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    • September 16, 2002 11:52 PM BST
    • :)Thanks Meg,and thanks to all you girls who read, respond, or just e-mail me. I think alot of all you girls who have helped me here.
      THANKS
      Samantha

    • September 16, 2002 9:58 PM BST
    • Hi Sam,
      Hugs and kisses from Johannesburg.

      Sooner or later you will have to talk about the way you feel as a TV/CD. Believe I know it is difficult. Ask any of the girls on this site.
      We are here if you want to talk about it.
      Love
      Meagan

    • September 14, 2002 7:16 PM BST
    • samantha, you will find a wealth and depth of different experiences and advice here. :-*
      there are good people in the world, they are just sometimes hard to find. :(
      i think you could class stevie as "good people". ;)

      hope things keep on ever upwards for you. dont lose sight of what is important. :-*
      cos losing sight is easy to do.....

    • September 13, 2002 7:16 PM BST
    • :) Thanks for understanding Stevie.

    • September 11, 2002 11:42 PM BST
    • :)well stevie I'll put it to you like this, thay do think I'm just a CD, but yes I do think, and feel like a full time tranny (however I'm looking to be a TS.)They (my parents) have caught me a time or two, as far as how they handled it, well my mom has threanted that if she catches me dressing I'll be finding a new place to live, my dad on the other hand, still does not suport me (as far as dressing goes,)but not quite sevear as my mom (lets just leave it at that. OK? :) ;)

    • September 11, 2002 1:41 AM BST
    • Just tell me if you'd rather not talk about this, but I find it interesting. So, do they think you are an occasional cross dresser, as opposed to a full-time (not living full-time, but thinking and feeling full-time) transvestite? How did they find out, and exactly how did they handle it? Again, please excuse me if I'm prying.

    • September 10, 2002 3:20 PM BST
    •  :)Hi Stevie
      My Parents know tha I dress, but I have not told them I'm A trany yeat, and right now I'd better not sence I stil live with them, you know how that is.
      Hope to hear from you soon.
      Your Girl in arms:
      Samantha :-* :-*

    • September 10, 2002 4:48 AM BST
    • Hi Samantha.

      I'm just curious about something you said. You mentioned that your parents forbid you to dress. Does that mean they know you're a tranny and won't let you dress, or does that mean that they don't know about you, but you know they wouldn't allow it? I just wondered...

      I've read some of your other posts, and I'm glad you found this site. Good luck.

    • September 9, 2002 10:19 PM BST
    • Hi girls, I just had to tell you about my self.<br>I'm a 27 y/o TV looking to be a TS (havent started the process yet.) I live in the U.S. looking for the right girl to come along in my life. I still live at home, parents strictly forbid me to dress, but what they don't know won't hurt me. I've gone out as Samantha a few times, and no body knows the diffrence. I love short tight skirts (even though my body won't suport such stuff:'() if you wanta know more e-mail me<br>Thanks:

    • September 10, 2002 11:58 PM BST

    • Maybe just those freaks that liken the loose elbow skin to scrotal flesh :D

    • September 10, 2002 4:44 AM BST
    • Please don't tell me there's such a thing as an elbow fetish... http://mywebpages.comcast.net/fashionlab/Images/Smileys/Laugh01.gif

    • September 10, 2002 12:07 AM BST

    • My elbows have never been my best feature, I think that night I might have offended some of the girls there. I know quiet little me?

    • September 8, 2002 8:14 PM BST
    • Well, I can see your elbow in one of the other pictures. Obviously you didn't use it to best effect. ;D

    • September 8, 2002 5:18 PM BST

    • Pictures of me turn up on the web on other peoples sites. Sometimes like here they don't even know my name. How strange.........

      http://www.geocities.com/melissa_lilac/gallery6.html

      The top pic, I'm the blonde on the left. Cut out of all the other pics I see! The cheek!

    • September 1, 2002 2:32 AM BST

    • Please visit this site and vote for me.
      I'll do the same for anyone of you next month.

      http://www.ladybwear.com/Competition/tvcomp.asp#

      Love

      Irene
      xxx

    • August 18, 2002 4:55 PM BST

    • Stevie, it's all about getting out to wear fun clothes, all I do is talk with people, mingle and chat with all the sub-culture types that are there.
      Leather is great, on and off my motorbike!

      Sarah, of all the things I hate, I hate football the most.
      I grew up in Scotland in a Prod/Cath household. I hated the divisions that religion and football created in my family.
      For the record DB is cool, he's very daring about what he wears and who he befriends. He's probably a positive role model for many young nail polish and G-string wearing boys so don't knock him, too much :-)

    • August 18, 2002 9:01 AM BST
    • Ah ha! Irene

      It all becomes clear. You're a secret Man U supporter, a Beckham groupie, but you're afraid to come out of the closet.

      Well, you can tell us, we won't tell anyone, will we girls?
      ;D ;D ;D

      Hugs

      Sarah

    • August 18, 2002 8:52 AM BST
    • I haven't been involved in the local scene, but I've done some D&S and B&D things with girlfriends, and I do like the leather and rubber fetish clothing, for an occasional change of pace. I've never worn rubber, but I don't think I'd look as good as most girls look in it. Leather is a different story, though. I love wearing leather dresses and skirts.

    • August 17, 2002 7:32 PM BST

    • Hmm yes but not the kind of fun you're thinking about.....
      Ever try that scene where you live?

    • August 17, 2002 2:27 PM BST
    • Whoa!   http://mywebpages.comcast.net/fashionlab/Images/Smileys/Whip01.gif  http://mywebpages.comcast.net/fashionlab/Images/Smileys/Whip02.gif  http://mywebpages.comcast.net/fashionlab/Images/Smileys/Spank01.gif  http://mywebpages.comcast.net/fashionlab/Images/Smileys/Domme01.gif  http://mywebpages.comcast.net/fashionlab/Images/Smileys/Leather01.gif


      It looks like someone had fun.  http://mywebpages.comcast.net/fashionlab/Images/Smileys/Stevie05.gif


    • August 16, 2002 9:31 PM BST
    • Some pictures of my night out at Club Lash on;

      http://www.geocities.com/robertajanedeviante/Lash.html

    • September 10, 2002 4:57 AM BST
    • You know, the more I visit Janice Jade's website, the more I'd like to do a Flash site like that. I just need some more practice with Flash. I've used Flash on websites, but I've never used it for an entire site. There's a simple elegance about her site that's really impressive.

    • September 2, 2002 8:42 PM BST
    • I plan to do that right after I complete my first novel.  http://mywebpages.comcast.net/fashionlab/Images/Smileys/Wink01.gif

    • September 1, 2002 7:04 PM BST
    • Turn that frown upside down! ;D

      Smile girls, even if it's a little one.

      Great pics Stevie, when you gonna build a site?

    • September 1, 2002 5:22 PM BST
    • I don't smile much, either, except with the little smiles in my posts. http://mywebpages.comcast.net/fashionlab/Images/Smileys/Smile01.gif However, I can manage a coy grin on occasion.

    • August 10, 2002 9:16 AM BST
    • Hi Jaqui

      I know what you mean about the self-timer :). It's such a pain, pressing the button, dashing back trying to avoid tripping over the tripod, composing yourself, waiting interminably, thinking something must have gone wrong and peering at the camera just as the flash goes off.

      I blame that for my complete inability to smile in photos. Whereas in real life I'm constantly smiling. ;D

      Hugs

      Sarah

    • August 9, 2002 12:17 PM BST
    • Hi girls,
      Stevie nice pictures. It would be really nice to have someone take really nice shotsI hate setting the timer and having to go back it ruins the mood. However I have some good ones that I have been dying to post. As soon as I get the chance you know I'll be there. Hugs Jaqui
      Cant wait for the new page. I'm so excited.

    • August 9, 2002 4:45 AM BST
    • I'm looking forward to seeing them. http://mywebpages.comcast.net/fashionlab/Images/Smileys/Smile01.gif

    • August 8, 2002 2:28 AM BST
    • I will also wait for the new software.  It seems easier.  I am beginning to accumulate some pictures that I consider acceptable; I am waiting for some to be developed.  They will (hopefully) be the best so far.

      Heather H.

    • August 7, 2002 2:16 AM BST
    • That makes sense. Maybe I am getting a bit too ambitious, considering this is all going away soon, when the YaBB gets replaced. Now that I think about it, I haven't slowed down since I got here. I suppose I could tone it down a bit... http://mywebpages.comcast.net/fashionlab/Images/Smileys/Smile01.gif

    • August 6, 2002 7:53 PM BST
    • Stevie

      I'm going to wait for the new software. That will give me time to go through my hundreds of photos. There must be one worth posting  ;D

      Hugs

      Sarah

    • August 6, 2002 4:36 PM BST
    • I understand what you mean, Julie. http://mywebpages.comcast.net/fashionlab/Images/Smileys/Smile01.gif  However, there are bound to be a few other girls here who have have web cams, digital cameras, or scanners, and I just wanted to see how many responded to my invitation. Anyway, if it's a bad idea and we don't get any participation, I'll go ahead and take down my pics. I'd hate to be the only one doing it.

    • September 8, 2002 5:06 PM BST

    • Hi Jenny,
      I don't know about the online store. I just use the catalogue and the phone.
      The best way is go into a local store and pick up a catalogue. I used to live in Waterford and shopped at the Argo's there.

      Ciao

      Irene

    • September 5, 2002 10:02 PM BST
    • Hey Irene,
      While I was trying to find the lingerie section on argos.co.uk yesterday, I came accross a couple of dirt cheap makeup collections. So I added the to the shopping basket. I also checked out argosadditions.co.uk and found some nice chemise(s), but when I got to the checkout I discovered they don't deliver to Ireland. I didn't find the breast enhancers on the site, but I suppose I'll have to go into one of the shops here anyway just to check out the price on nightwear & makeup.

      Thanks for the advice.
      jenny

    • August 31, 2002 11:17 AM BST
    • Hi Sarah

      We meet again!! No, it wasn't me, but I wonder who......?
      Maybe it's my doppelganger. ;)

      Love

      Babs

    • August 31, 2002 10:00 AM BST
    • Hi Babs

      Welcome.

      Years before I discovered the Internet I used to subscribe, and occasionally contribute, to a magazine called World of Transvestism (WOTV). There was a BJ who used to contribute to that. Was that you?

      I often wonder what happened to WOTV, I guess the Internet killed it.

      Best wishes

      Sarah

    • August 23, 2002 9:35 AM BST
    • Thanks Irene

      I might just take you up on that.

      Babs :P

    • August 22, 2002 10:53 PM BST

    • Why not visit Manchester on the second Saturday of any month and go to Club Lash. Where dressing like that is the norm, and men in leather thongs await the touch of your crop!
      Dreams can come true.........

    • August 31, 2002 10:11 AM BST
    • Good on you, Sue

      Hugs

      Sarah

    • August 26, 2002 1:23 AM BST
    • I have been walking round smiling at myself today.Why? Because three years after my first visit to a therapist,I did something totally female,without any planning or forethought.Not much,just a simple act,but it meant a lot.
      Like most of us(I suspect),before venturing out,at least some though goes into what to wear and the associated make-up etc.and I was no exception,even though I have been full-time for 2 1/2 years.Just a trip to the local shop in jeans and top mode required some work,because I WOULD NOT go out without doing justice to my new gender.
      So what was different today? Got up late-well it is sunday-breakfasted,lazed around a bit and so on.Needed some cigarettes(no lectures please) and some other things,so off to the shop.Still in lazy mode.Jeans, t-shirt,trainers,and go.Normal routine for most of the women I know.Wrong! Usual check in mirror as I leave caused an immediate halt to proceedings.I found I COULD NOT go out the door looking like that,despite having done so on previous occasions.The clothes were fine,they're all womens anyway,but the hair and face-no way.
      Fifteen minutes later I was 'presentable'.
      Like I said,nothing much to shout about,but to me it was such a feminine reaction,after 'actng' so often,and thinking ahead for what seems so long,I just felt good about myself.
      There's hope for me yet :)
      Sue.X

    • August 30, 2002 1:46 AM BST
    • I know. I've been not writing since college.

    • August 29, 2002 10:13 PM BST

    • Many wouldbe authors talk about the book they're NOT writing:)

    • August 29, 2002 5:07 AM BST
    • Yes, I thought you'd like this website.  Maybe I'll get that book written one of these days...

    • August 25, 2002 10:58 AM BST
    • I was considering writing a story about a society in which all males are feminine. Both sexes wear makeup, high heels, dresses, both sexes express emotions in similar manners; both sexes communicate in the same ways, etc., and that is the way everyone has always behaved, as far back as that society's history goes. Masculinity is a foreign concept, completely absent from the society.

      I'm not suggesting that masculinity is bad or that society doesn't need both elements, but I wondered what it would be like to tell a story (about anything) within the context of a completely feminine culture.

    • August 26, 2002 9:28 AM BST
    • Hmmm :)

      I´m mostly attracted to women, but I find some men very attractive, too. And after having net sex with males I must admit that I enjoyed it a lot. Part of it was that I could make the man happy, too...:)

      hugs

      Laura

    • August 25, 2002 9:57 AM BST
    • Becky, I'm not attracted to men, either, so I understand most of what you're saying. I enjoy being extremely feminine, but I still find feminine females very attractive, and I can't imagine that ever changing. I'll always love females. I certainly don't think that makes me any less feminine. Of course, I really don't know how I'd respond to serious advances from a fellow male tranny who I found attractive as a woman and liked as a person. It's quite possible that I could be attracted to male women as well as female women, but that's still uncharted territory, for me.

      I think we all (trannies and non-trannies alike) wonder what it would be like to have different sexual preferences or to have sex with those outside of our natural sexual preferences. However, as many of the girls on this board have reminded each other, we have to remember to separate sexual preference from sexual identity. The two are not necessarily connected.

    • August 26, 2002 9:15 AM BST
    • Hi girls

      I´m sure some of you have tried being female in the internet. Do you dare to tell us something about it? I have had my female internet self now for two years. There it is of course easy to pass. But I feel there as a girl so right that I cannot chat as a guy any more. I think that is one way how you can explore your gender. And it´s up to you how far you go...

      hugs

      Laura

    • August 25, 2002 9:38 AM BST
    • Very nice... I wish I had a more feminine voice. http://mywebpages.comcast.net/fashionlab/Images/Smileys/Smile01.gif

    • August 23, 2002 11:11 AM BST
    • Hi girls

      I´m a longway tranny. In my puberty I prayed that I would be  developing to be a girl instead of guy. That even partly happened. I had sore tits swollen out and not much hair around, except my head. My pubic hair has always had the feminine triangular form. My voice is not very masculine. That all is lucky now...having started the transition.
      During the last few days I have tried to give myself the freedom to be what I am. And I love it. So many years I was in the male prison...imitating the men. Scared to be different. Probably other people notice the difference in me. I am more talkative, smile and laugh more. I´m relaxed.
      My great happiness is that I have a good steady job. And I am a well known specialist on my field. Of course that´s not always good. People know you from the television... But maybe I can form the public face to the transsexual phenomenon in my country. Perhaps that is my task in this life.And I have a wonderful family. My wife is my best friend.

      Laura