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I'm new here Blokey T-girl admirer

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  • Hello All just a quicky to introduce myself, I'm a blokey gay guy, T-Girls admirer upo for meeting for fun in the North East
      January 12, 2011 7:50 PM GMT
  • Hi Ian, Welcome to Gender Society where everyone is accepted and given equal and mutual respect. This website concentrates on supporting individuals living with, dealing with and coping with feelings of being transgendered. It is a very good support site and somewhere where transgendered individuals can communicate mostly free from outside prejudices. As you can appreciate our day to day life can often include intolerance, bigotry and sexual abuse due to ignorance.

    If your purpose is primarily to seek a sexual experience, then unfortunately, this site wouldn’t provide you with any success. You can alternatively access gay sites such as tvchix where there are an abundance of gay men who dress up as women solely for the purpose of sexual encounters. However, please feel free to read archives and blogs to learn an understanding of the nature of transgendered people and we look forward having you as part of our community.

    All the best.
    Just an ordinary girl finding her way in this strange life. - What will it take to get everyone to realise that everyone else is also a human being that deserves just as much respect? - How does someone tell their doctor they have hippopotomonstrosesquippedaliophobia? - When I was a student I specialised in Alcopology. It always starts with Alco and always ends with pology. - Waiter! There's a hare in my rabbit pie!
      January 18, 2011 11:28 AM GMT
  • Hi Ian, Great someone else on here apart from me who identifies as Gmale ... I was getting a bit worried there ... we 'happy few' seem to be a rare breed!   

    <p>Humanity is proof have evolved - transgenderism is proof we haven't evolved enough&nbsp;&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>"I ask myself, in mercy, or in common sense, if we cannot alter the conviction to fit the body, should we not, in certain circumstances, alter the body to fit the conviction?&rdquo; &ndash; Harry Benjamin [endocrinologist]</p>
      November 2, 2011 2:00 PM GMT
  • hi Ian im new here to, tgough not new to being a "girl" so have fun

      October 8, 2012 10:27 AM BST