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    • December 1, 2014 9:34 PM GMT
    • You must have skipped the 18+ requirement for participation in this site. 

       

      And Nikki, personally I would not reply to anybody online, in a forum, who makes a point of noting their age along with other vulnerable characteristics. ;-)  

    • December 1, 2014 1:37 PM GMT
    • Hi Sage!

       

      My name is Nikki.  I am a mid-life transgender gal, married with grown (kinda) kids.  I am in quite a different stage of life than you, but this part of ourselves brings us together!

       

      I was wondering about a couple of things.  If you don't mind sharing, I'd like to know:  how do you present day to day, in school, at home, and in social settings?  Are you in male mode most of the time (like I have to be!), female, gender queer, or what?  Also, what has been the reaction, and what type of support do you get from your family and friends?  (BTW--I've heard it said that conversation with a good friend is the cheapest and best form of counseling you can have!)  Lastly, have you heard of, or considered taking medication to delay puberty, or has that ship sailed?  At 16, it probably has, but maybe it could stop things where they are, at least until you can discern who you are, and whom you wish to be.

       

      BTW, what in part of Wisconsin are you? I'm just across the lake in warmed, but snowier Michigan!  Maybe we can wave at each other sometime!  :)

       

      Nikki

       

      PS:  Go to 'rate my pic,' and rate me!

    • December 1, 2014 2:24 AM GMT
    • Hey there guys! I'm not very good at intros so forgive me if I ramble or go waayyy off topic.

      My name's Sage Rae and I'm a sixteen year old MtF girl from Hell. I mean Wisconsin. When you're trans and it's December they're the same thing.

      I love dying my hair, makeup, music, and creative writing. I kinda want to be a novelist. Oh and I take a lot of selfies. My friends say I'm vain. :P

      I've been dealing lately with self-harm, bulimia, and "marijuana dependence" (that's what my therapist called it).

      So yeah, it's really nice to meet you and I'll see you all around :D

       

    • November 29, 2014 6:19 PM GMT
    • Diane - It has been along road for you, hasn't it.  The good news is that you have made up your mind about the path you are going to take, and as I suspect that you have already noticed that a lot of people on here have already gone down that path.  I am sure that anybody here will do their best to support you and answer any questions you have.

       

      My best wishes for the future,

      Amanda

    • November 28, 2014 8:46 PM GMT
    • Hello Diane - You have come to a great place for TGs like yourself, present company included. There are many people to talk to. All the best in your journey. hugs, Briana : ) 

    • November 28, 2014 8:42 PM GMT
    • Hia I'm Diane. I'm a 49 year old transgender from the Philly, USA area. Currently, I dress part time and have been taking hormones since December of last year. Below is my story.

       

      I always knew I was different and really had no idea how to express it. I had a fear of displeasure and confrontation so I kept it to myself. I kept my secret hidden until 2011, when I felt I needed help with my secret and sought out a specialist who I began monthly sessions with. We talked for an hour each month until I learned the medical name for my secret: Gender Identity Disorder. I am Transgender, a female soul and brain in a male’s body. To be honest I never heard of either before. I did research and continued my sessions. What I discovered is that, for people like myself, the only truly effective treatment is male to female transition. I also learned that and the pull of the condition would only get worse as I got older. I concluded that I am faced with two choices: gradually transition to live as female or self-destruct. Transgender people have a high rate of suicide attempts.


      I need to do this, my body, mind, and spirit yearns for this. NOT doing something is the most dangerous course for me. The woman within me needs to come out and live. I’m as sure of this as anything I’ve ever been sure of, and I’m resolute in my direction. There really isn’t any other option for me.

       

      Diane

    • October 5, 2014 1:44 AM BST
    • Hello out there

      and greetings from the Fraser Valley in beautiful British Columbia in Canada.

      As you can see by my name, I am Toni-Lynn. I am a married crossdresser, age 57, but 44 in girl years -- more in a minute on that). My wife is 100% accepting and in also fancies a bit of crossdressing herself, as she like to wear guys undies and such.

      As I mention above, 44 in girl years. That is because at age 13, back in 1971, 5 February to be exact, I got my first bra -- a Teencharm training bra. From then on, it been quite a ride. Crossdressed a LOT as a teeanger, and was sadly, abused at home for it. Lead to me being an alcoholic, sober now for 26 years.

      I am divorced once, having married back in 1994. That lasted 18 months. Turned out she liked girls, just not ones with extra bits.

      When 2005 rolled around, and I met my soulmate, I knew that I had to tell her. So on a cold December Sunday, with a tear in my eye,a nd preapred that it wouldend, I told her, "I like to wear girls clothes". After a pause of an eternity, she said "Okay."

      The rest is history. I tol dher about my dressing and my love of girsl that dressed as guys and that I had written FTM crossdressing fictoin and she was totally over the moon fine with it, and we feel madly in love with each other.

      She encourages my crossdressing, buys me goodies, dresses me as she likes to see me as well as how I love to dress for her. I in turn keep her in jockstraps and men's briefs!

      It is because of her that you will see me around town (we live in a very cool and open-minded town) on my bike doing my daily ride whilst wearing a skort -- you'll also seeme at the grocery store that way -- and best bit -- no one in this town cares!

      I might also mention that we are very devout Roman Catholics, with our faith being the glue of our love for each other

      Oh - - I am on self-imposed exile from a certain other BIG CDer forum

      So that's enough for now

      Oh -- looking for CD friendly shops hair, makeup, clothes, etc) in the Fraser Valley and Vancouver BC

      Huggles

      Toni-Lynn

    • September 27, 2014 8:24 AM BST
    • They came, they saw and they bugger off.  Sigh.  Hopefully she will come back.

    • September 27, 2014 7:48 AM BST
    • Too bad to see she's gone...
      : (

    • September 23, 2014 11:33 AM BST
    • Hello Cassie - As many have mentioned there are many here who have and still are wrestling with these same struggles - the struggle of finding oneself. As Traci notes it is about being yourself and loving yourself. The journey is how you see it and make it. All the best in your journey Cassie - great to meet you and see you here. hugs, Briana : )

    • September 22, 2014 10:04 PM BST
    • Cassie, first of all, you're not alone in here as many if not most have wrestled with the exact same issues.  So at worst, you will be able to meet and compare/share notes with many others just like yourself!

      Second, and most important in wrestling with your dysphoria, is that you must embrace yourself as you!  Learn to love yourself because you are most deserving to be on this crazy planet like anyone else.  Do not fret over the little things but rather just understand that how you feel, what you wish for, and how you're end up are all OK...then just allow yourself to go in whatever direction you feel like.  A good percentage of the population lies somewhere between the defined gender binaries without admitting as much.  You're no different!  

      Enjoy the journey and best wishes always!

      Traci xoxo

    • September 22, 2014 8:56 PM BST
    • The Introducing Yourself thread is always a good way to start from.  It introduces the person you are and you person you want to be.  Also doing blogs or doing small little comments on youe Front Page or engaging the various threads in the Forums is a good way to find out things or just talk about....well anything, regardless of the subject.   When I went out for the first time yesterday, I heard someone saying "Miss."  Now I didn't realise that she meant me until she told someone to tap on on the shoulder.  I wasn't offended that I was called Miss.  There have been times when I am called Suzy and the feeling was between good to fantastic.  At one time I had a male friend who occasionally came around and once after he borrowed my mobile to make a call he said "Thank you Suzy."  I wasn't dressed or anything but he said it anyway and it felt fantastic even though I wasn't Suzy at the time.   I think for me personally I have a balance between my male self and Suzy and things may not change which is fine but it does feel good to be Suzy even for a few hours and now I have tasted this so called Forbidden Fruit of being scared of going out as Suzy, I know that I can do it again.....even without make up.  I just wixh I can do make up.  Sigh.   All you need to know is that here you have people who can be your friends, listen to you, give you advice and support, so don't be scared, be happy.

    • September 22, 2014 8:53 PM BST
    • Hiya Cassie, welcome, this is the best site to join, its not like many sites, sleaze and sex orientated, have a chat with Amanda Bruce a lovely kind and understanding lady, she is our resident councellor.   Its obviously from what you have written you have real and genuine issues with gender identity problems, if you are transgendered, there is no cure, don't beat yourself up. settle in and have a look around and chat with like minded people.   I f you need any help just ask. send me a message

       

      xxXxx Cristine

    • September 22, 2014 8:31 PM BST
    • I'm not sure what to say, other than I've been wrestling with a lot of confusing feelings over the past 40 years and am finally starting to face them.

      I spent a long time agonizing over how to introduce myself and what I'd like people to know about me. Rather than delay or give up, I decided to just write this first post and get things started.

      I've been wishing that I was a girl since as long as I can remember. When I was 4 or 5, I had a very vivid dream that felt like a memory that I had been born a girl. But it was important to my parents that their first born should be a son, and so they took me somewhere dark and scary to "fix" the problem. And so I've been a boy ever since. But the feeling that I should have been a girl has never quite gone away.

      I've been running from that feeling for a long time. Over the last few years, I've bounced between extremes--either hiding from the problem, or trying to discover a root cause that might lead to a cure. I also wondered if my feelings were legitimate because my dysphoria is not constant or severe, and also because it's not just about becoming a woman. But becoming a certain kind of young, pretty woman and more specifically becoming a famous actress or pop star. Sometimes I think that fixation is what keeps my feelings safely in the realm of a dream or a fantasy, because the thought of a real-life transition scares me to death.

      Today I'm at the point where I'm just realizing that this is part of who I am, and am struggling to just accept it for whatever it is. I'm just hoping to understand myself a little better so that I might be able to find some peace of mind. I've joined a couple different forums in an effort to explore this part of myself.

    • August 14, 2014 5:24 AM BST
    • Hello Rosie, thank you for the welcome!

    • August 10, 2014 10:04 PM BST
    • hi , I'm Amelia or Amy, I am a male to female transexual. I'm currently trying to get hormone theraapy but havent so far.

    • July 30, 2014 4:12 AM BST
    • Just a quick thank you to all of the ladies who've welcomed me.

       

      It's appreciated!

       

      Alison

    • July 18, 2014 9:21 AM BST
    • Thanks so much for the warm welcome and the useful information. =)

    • July 16, 2014 1:26 PM BST
    • Hi everybody, thank you for all the welcome messages! I'm not new to the dressing but new to this site. It might take me a bit of time to figure out navigating this site but I am looking forward to get better acquainted with everybody I can ;.)

    • July 5, 2014 1:58 AM BST
    • Thank you very much for the warm welcome. I am Nikita in Berkshire UK, turned 50 and feeling I'm at a now-or-never stage having been aware of being transgendered at age 7, but not understanding it and therefore myself at all until the Internet age! I'll have a good read and then introduce myself properly Smile

    • June 19, 2014 1:20 PM BST
    • You're well ahead of me Kaylee. I'm 39 and trying to do the same : )
      Anyway, welcome to GS!

    • June 19, 2014 3:50 AM BST
    • Hey Everyone!

       

      I'm Kaylee and I'm a 26 yrs and a crossdresser/tv. I've only come out to a few close friends recently, and I'm  trying to find the confidence to be myself. 

    • June 15, 2014 4:30 PM BST
    • Hi everyone,

       

      Just a quick introduction, my name is Antonia and I'm a 34y/o trans girl from Toronto, Canada.

       

      I'm looking forward to learn more obout the Gender Society and getting to know it's members.

       

      Have a great day and stay gorgeous.

       

      Hugs

       

      - Antonia

    • June 9, 2014 5:52 PM BST
    • Thanks so much. I am not out, well completely, my wife knows I'm bisexual, she also is aware that I have bra and panties. Is not supportive of me dressing up or increasing my breast size. It is nice to finally find a place where I can get input from others.

       

      Chelle

    • May 31, 2014 11:18 PM BST
    • rosie Bush (moderator and news editor) said:

       

      A warm welcome to all new members, I have been a member since September 2011 and forum moderator since December 2011; I have found the site very friendly and worthwhile and quickly made new friends, and soon upgraded to full membership.

       

      Some of you may wish to expand on your own experiences, if so you may add your own story to this forum.

       

      You will be able to make new friends and obtain advice and support from other members who are always willing to help. You are invited to join us in the Chat Room, - it is usually busy during the evening- and into the small hours (U K Time) – it can be both fun and informative, all be it a bit hectic at times (it is sometimes called the mad house) but you will soon get into it and join in. It can be found at -http://gendersociety.com/pages/chat. Or under Community features -second down. It is also worth exploring the forums as many of them contain lots of useful tips and advice, answering many of the questions newcomers ask

       

      If you are new to the scene don’t worry as many others have gone before, if you have any questions just ask, someone will always be able to help. Finally I hope you enjoy your time on the site.

       

      Rosie

       

      Ps  

       "I would like to remind members, that pictures displayed on the home page (which will include your profile picture), must have a modicum of decorum, no wilies,bums or bulging panties.
         No links to offensive material, porn sites etc, including personal website that display pictures or content that may offend other members of this site should be posted either in the forums, on your own profile or on the home page.
       Please be aware that any picture posted into any of your photo albums WILL also appear on the front page as soonas you upload the image into your album."


       

      Rosie

       

      Thanks for the warm welcome!

       

      Rosie

       

      ( [color=#FF55AA] ❤ [/color] ) "I will NOT defer" ... "I have come before you to resolve this attack on our Sovereignty now! I was not elected to watch my people suffer and die while you discuss this invasion in a committee!" --Queen Amidala-- [color=#FFAA55]♏[/color]"Hope is home, and the heart is free." --Enya-- "Do you hear the people sing? Say, do you hear the distant drums! It is the future that they bring when tomorrow comes...Tomorrow comes!!" --Les Miserables-- [color=#FF55AA]Sincerely, Brian Weston Blamires.[/color]

    • May 25, 2014 10:25 PM BST
    • Thanks for everything, such a lovely place. ;)

       

      Don't hesitate to come say hi.

       

      Kisses : ) xXx

    • May 22, 2014 8:41 PM BST
    • Hello im hear to find new friends from all around the world.

      In the process of moving to Ireland Tipperary.

      I’m not here to judge or be judged.
      I’m 50+ just love being a girl and feel ive spent to many years trying to be the man I’m not .

      Live full time as kim.

      Sorry I dont communicate or befriend  Buddy Icon's.

                               Hug's Kim.x

    • May 22, 2014 1:47 AM BST
    • Thank you for all the warm welcomes I am glad that I found this site and hope to learn from you all as we become friends

    • May 4, 2014 10:16 AM BST
    • thanks rosie, already feel more relaxed and less pressured, in allowing me to comfortable with my own body.

    • May 4, 2014 8:36 AM BST
    • Hi Billie, No problem  we all have to learn  -- mind you are not that old -- I can only just remember being 63 -- giggle

    • May 3, 2014 11:24 PM BST
    • Hi group - sorry Rosie that i didnt post here! Older CD new to the lifestyle. Thanks for letting me join! Hugs

    • July 28, 2014 12:39 PM BST
    • Helloooo Maxxine,my sweet lovely Maxxine,you too are one of my favourites my darlin,sooooo let's start off with your final question,a neutral gender,being the height of evolution,I do so hope not but then God is male,Goddess of course female,but not like us mere mortals,otherwise they would have the same problems we have,they are higher intelligence if that is the right word I am not speaking extra terrestrials,I am talking greater beings more magickal,more powerful than you or I could ever imagine my love,the thought of a being that we have all come from that is neither male or female scares me a touch because you start to think we'll what would it be then,no no no God and Goddess I am happy with that,and if any of this first paragraph makes any sense to you please let me know the next time we speak.

      Right my darlin Helloooo,what has been happening in your lovely life,it's been a while,well since last time we spoke I seem to be coming more and more out of my closet,more and more people are finding out about me changing to Wicca and Paganism,and also I am being ever sooooo brave and telling people I am a fairy queen,which is my name on some of my sites,Marcie the fairy queen,and people on the sites love it,I am telling people in reality world also.One guy posted a picture of the horned God,Cerranus,I'm pretty sure that is how you spell it,anyways,this picture had him completely naked and sat on some kinda throne,let's just say he was very excited,I couldn't keep my eyes away,and I found it such a thrill to be staring,a little thought crept into my head,you may be gay for staring for sooo long,but another part was sayin so what if I am,it's really strange but good,it's like I am exploring new avenues,between you and I my love,I felt I wanted to kneel before the horned God between his legs and you can guess the rest,I hope you are not offended by this,because you are my lovely friend I feel I can open up and reveal my inner most secrets,I hope you don't mind.Whether Gay or Straight all that I do know is I am married to a female,have been for 23years,and will continue to be married to her,I love her so much,but I have this other side,my wiccan and Pagan side which she is not interested in so that is my life,plus I could never cheat on her,she knows about me dressing as a woman,at home only,and that is all I have done.On my sites I have joined every Gay and lesbian and transgender groups,I do now have gay friends,who I get on with,as well as straight friends too,it's sooo thrilling,I do also love comin on this lovely site of ours and seeing if you are back to have a chat with,I do sooo miss you not being on as often,I hope your work is really good and you are very happy in your job and life,well my lovely Maxxine,I shall love you and leave you for now,until next time take good care of yourself,much love sent your way from the fairy queen xxxx

      Bright Blessings xxxx

      All My Love

      Marcie xxxx

    • July 24, 2014 7:05 PM BST
    • Oh Marcie,

       

      You are one of my faves!  I just love your unbridled honesty!  <3

      I couldn't agree with you more in regard to your religious beliefs.  When I was growing up, my household was agnostic.  We had no religious beliefs.  I din't live in a community where people went to church and I never saw them around the neighborhood and had never even seen or heard of the Bible, Jesus, etc.  I grew up in the Bay area of San Francisco, California which is a very open-minded place as you probably already know!

       

      At the age of about 8 or 9, I spent some time with a friend of mine named Grace who had me watch some of her mother and father's Korean spiritual movies.  You were supposed to watch it and faint if you felt the presence of God.  I wanted desperately to do this but felt nothing.  She would fall to the floor and begin convulsing and in order not to feel left out, I would do the same.  We would play games at school and pretend to be God and the Devil based on what she learned in church that week.

       

      Finally she brought in a pamphlet about this man who died, went to heaven and then his sins were broadcast on a movie screen.  They were filled with drinking alcohol, smoking cigarettes, and women of course.  There were scenes where people had tried to get him to go to church, read the Bible and accept Jesus into his heart to "save" him.  In the end he was sent to hell surrounded by flames.  The final page says that you should share this with everyone you loved.  The entire day at school I was confused and couldn't want to take it home and show my father so that he wouldn't go to "hell".  He told me that I was too young to make a decision like this and took the book from me. 

       

      It wasn't until years later when I was put into foster homes that I was exposed to Southern Baptist churches and tried to become "saved" and I even read the Bible and took a college course later on the Bible as a literature from a historical standpoint. 

       

      All that I can say is that I can't believe in any organized religion due to it's intolerance for others and the simple fact that if there was a God, we humans couldn't possibly begin to comprehend such an entity. 

      Bhuddism is the only "religion" and other pagan religions that worship nature and science are the ones that appeal to me as well. 

       

      One thing about your message that struck me is talking about what you put inside of your head.  I do not like to read or watch films or TV shows that contain graphic violence, hatred and other low level vibrations either.  I believe that your thoughts become your world and what you put in your mind, the universe will give you in abundance. 

       

      What are your thoughts on a neutral gender being the height of evolution?

    • July 24, 2014 9:20 PM BST
    • No there are no bugs, with uploading piccies, but some do find they have problems doing it with the browser they are using, which either need updating or reverting to a previous update, firefox seems to be the in browser for GS.

       

      But you will not be able to view your own albums unless you are a full member, so everytime you want to change a profile main picture you will have to upload it from your own files.

       

      You can upgrade, I think it works out about a dollar a week per year. using a credit card or via paypal.    On your statement it will appear as payment made to ''Media Munch'' so not Trannies are US, lol or chicks with dicks.

    • July 24, 2014 6:43 PM BST
    • Phoebe and Christine,

       

      Thank you both. 

      Christine, I haven't logged in for a while since I have been moving to San Diego, but I was reading in a prior forum that the image gallery has been having a bug...is this still true?

       

      Thank you for your attention to this matter, you are always very helpful :)

    • July 24, 2014 6:53 PM BST
    • Dear Morinth,

       

      First of all, let me thank you for being so courageous in your response.  I also do apologize for being so forward, I just feel that there are many who will see this post and gain solace or understanding, and maybe even be able to impart some advice based on personal experiences. 

       

      My heart goes out to you with your struggle with duality.  I am sure we can all identify with this. 

       

      I am sure you love your wife with all of your heart and she loves you.  I do think that we only have one life to live and people come into our lives for a season, a reason or a lifetime ( I know corny!) and it sounds like there are unexplored chapters of your life that you may regret not reading in the winter season of your life.  It also sounds like your wife is being robbed of some joy that she could feel with another man who will be able to be with her 100% as a man like she wants. 

      If the love you share is as strong as you describe, then I know that although there may be a rough ride there, the destination will be more bright than you both could imagine. 

       

      I know what you mean about the difference between the male and female energy.  I still enjoy being with women but I love being with them as woman, not a man.  Does that sound strange?  It's like I'm a gay man / lesbian LOL Talk about confused!

      I guess what I like about those situations isn't necessarily the sex, but rather the prowress and the thrill of it.  Most of the women I hook up with are "experimenting" and they think I'm beautiful and also that I'm a woman!  They think they are having a lesbian experience.  I have told some women this and we have had sex, but they are slightly wierded out by it usually. 

      I have only been able to have relationships with gay men and am on the fence about whether or not to have a full procedure soon.

      Sounds like you are a very good person and have a lot of things figured out . . . I always just try to live life true to myself and also think about my action's impact on others, but not to the extent where I rob myself or others of joy. 

       

      I hope you can glean some solace/advice/positivity from this message!  Once again, thanks for sharing!

       

      Best always xxoo

       

      Maxxine

    • July 1, 2014 2:07 PM BST
    • Madeleine Grant said:
      Speaking of echoes, I'd like to echo the sentiments of the other girls and welcome you here. Great post, you brought a smile to my face. : )

      This is great news indeed! I love to make people smile. My aunt said to me : "if you want to wear that name, you have a lot to live up to. You want to wear the name "blessed" then you must live a life dedicated to blessing the lives of others, because what you give to others comes back to you threefold. understand this.  the names we take are more important than you know, their meanings are important, and that particular name comes with certain obligations and responsibilities, all valar names do."

       

      I chose my name well. I understand my purpose in life, which is a blessing for anyone to have. I never realized what an impact I have on people until I awoke. Now, eventhough I am careful who I befriend, I do enjoy being the light in someones life, or bringing a smile to strangers. I am the one who blesses. :)

    • July 1, 2014 12:53 PM BST
    • Speaking of echoes, I'd like to echo the sentiments of the other girls and welcome you here. Great post, you brought a smile to my face.
      : )

    • July 1, 2014 11:42 AM BST
    • Hello Luthien - Great post and it is a pleasure to meet you. Wishes for great success in your project. Looking forward to seeing you around the site and getting to know you. hugs, Briana : )

    • July 1, 2014 5:07 AM BST
    • Hi girls :) Please use the picture! I think you all are beautiful! I'm having a late night veggie drink snack. I started a raw food diet and I am feeling so good already! Have a good night :)

    • July 1, 2014 4:56 AM BST
    • Welcome to the site and I love the picture.  So true.  I hope you don't mind if I post thei picture on my Facebook and Google?

    • July 1, 2014 12:57 AM BST
    • Love it, I may have to borrow that picture!
      It's really nice to meet you Lúthien, enjoyed your humour and your wise words. Great to have you on the site. Hope you post some more, there's lots in the forums to go at.
      xx

    • June 30, 2014 11:44 PM BST
    • Hi Luthien, I'm sorry for your loss.  Welcome to the site, it's a good place with good people. Hope to see you around the site and maybe get to know you.

    • June 30, 2014 8:52 PM BST
    • Hi,

       

      I had a friend who was trans. She took her life in APril 2013. I promised to stay connected to the community so this is one way for me to. I traveled a long road to get here, but I am here! I am married almost 2 years, that's been a challenge and in no way on our account but from grief brought on from other people. My spouse and I are women. *harrr harrr* I have a PhD in Math, I design control systems for aircraft and I am currently working on my own project for which I have funding. Me luvs self employs mmhhhmm! I am tall 6' weich 182 lbs, average build..and incredibly intimidating! If only I had a septer...Kneeeeeel! (lol) My spouse is working on her PhD in psychology and her focus is gender issues. 

       

      My heart goes out to transgender mtf and ftm. I dont refer to anyone as trans I only refer as man or woman cause its someone elses label which I think is unfair and marginalizes people who are tagged with that/those labels. I think we are all defined by what we do arent we? I am a scientist not a damn lesbian...yeah you get my point! I think transexuals in the US should be allowed some protectin, taser, bear spray, or even a firearm...I have all three! Bring it! Or maybe have gigantic genetically engineered 300lb dogs with great white shark teeth for protection :D!

       

      Okay this is my nutty intro...gona leave you with a stunning image! *hugs* 

       

    • June 23, 2014 1:23 AM BST
    • Hi Alizarin, and welcome to the site!
      xx

    • June 20, 2014 11:06 AM BST
    • Im someone that underwent transition a few years ago but fell very ill a few years later.

      So im somewhat of a survivor lol.

       

      I have a partner so not looking for anything else.

      I am just trying to get back on my feet and I am looking to make a few friends in this hostile world we inhabit.

       

      Likes -

      music - i have a wide range of tastes and cant wait to get out seeing bands again.

       

      art - did the art scgool thing lol which really broadened my horizons with the range of artists through the ages.

       

      History - that kinda covers art in a way as i love quite a few art movements such as pre raphs, cubism etc, i like local history and ancient, fascinated by eygpt, been promised a trip when im fully recovered.

       

      Gardening - love growing plants from seed! visiting gardens, parks etc.

       

      I thinks thats enough for now...Wink

       

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    • June 15, 2014 10:06 AM BST
    • Erm... Hi .///.

      My name is Alistair, pre-op and pre-hormones but I'm getting there. I don't have the money or the time at the moment but I'm doing everything I can to get around without them.

      Hmm, what to say? When I was too young to dress myself, my mother and father would take turns in doing so for me. Whenever my mother dressed me it was in brightly coloured and frilly clothes while my father dressed me in overalls and the such. As I grew older, I quickly grew a preference for the clothes and mannerisms typically not associated with my biological sex. All of my friends during primary school were the opposite sex to me and most of the time I felt envious of them though at the time I had no idea why.

      Now, however, I completely understand. I've tried - let me excentuate tried - coming out to my parents and only one of my friends knows though it's probably obvious in the way I dress and act.

      Erm, I think that's about it for now? I'm so nervous ha .-.

    • May 16, 2014 2:30 AM BST
    • I agree 100% and can't wait.

    • May 16, 2014 2:28 AM BST
    • When society learns to accept transgender people, perhaps we'll find ourselves a lot sooner...