Coming out transgender in 2018 is certainly a huge change for just 18 years before. I came out in 2000, after being in the closet — as s child in the 1960’s until my 40s — most of my life. It was the most conflicted yet amazing journey of my […]
Behind the mask of being transgender, deals not with the mask of the post-transition, but the mask that was worn before it, in addition to the mask others perceive. As a transgender women, gay friends often asked, “why do you want to be someone else?” I told them I don’t, […]
The words of others don’t define me. How could they? In many instances, those “others” don’t even know me. They see me and then an idea of who they ‘think I am’ rushes to their lips before their brain can even process it.
I had written an article for the PINK column on TGlife some time back exploring how the term has changed over the years. We decided that among the sub sets of sissy maids, sissified husbands, baby sissies, kid sissies, Lolita gurls, that we should launch a site solely for them. […]
Defining womanhood is something that many transgender woman question, whether they are pre-op, no-op or post-op. That was the topic of conversation — or I should say debate — on a message board involving self-identified transsexuals, cross-dressers and the wives of cross-dressers.
Many years ago, Johnny Carson, being the recipient of a Sally Fields practical joke, looked at her and said, “You really aren’t normal are you?” She playfully responded, “Well Johnny, I guess normal is as normal does!” And this was the what defining normal is all about.
Brianna Nicole Austin was born in the summer of 2000 when she exploded onto the New York party scene like a whirling dervish, then saw the rise of the Girls Club. … in the beginning Brianna came out and frequented the cross-dressing scene that year, then began to venture into […]