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    Hi i’m Krissi and i’m new here too and hoping to make lots of friends. i am also here


    Well this is the place to start my journey on here


    Hey everyone, glad to find this community. Sure here we will suppot each other and be happier. All the best!


    I’m new here too


    I’m new here too. Want to chat with someone


    I’m new here too … This sucks I can’t even find a chat


    Just joined.Trying to figure how this works


    Hi, My name is Brenda and I am not new here just finally got around to looking around. I have been a cross dresser from a very early age and still am. Looking to spending more time around here exploring, meeting others, finding new friends, and contributing. Take care Brenda.


    Hi Brenda I hope you find the friendship you need!


    Hi I am Laura and I am new here. After going through several years of purging myself and my feminine clothes I finally admitted to myself I am transgender and accepted it. I started going to a LBGTQ doctor ???? and a LBGTQ therapist who specialized in transgender ????? people this summer and started HRT. I do not regret the decision. Thank you and I hope to get to talk to others on this forum.


    Hello all I’m Christy 42 yo
    I grew up in a single mother home the youngest of 4 and the only boy.
    It started with my sister’s playing dress up with at an early age there are even old pictures of me dressed up in a pretty little dress with pig tails and bows in my hair.
    So basically for the most part, I was groomed as a female early on.

    Being around all females all the time I developed a deep appreciation for the female body and have always kept my body as feminine as possible.
    Through high-school I tried to keep it hidden because once my sister had a friend over that promised she wouldn’t tell anyone about my lifestyle but ultimately she did and I got picked on beat up and bullied by both boys and girls. So I ended having to be home schooled my sophomore through senior years, my mother was so supportive of me and her and my sisters and I would have a lot of fun shopping and picking out clothes for each other and shared a lot of clothes, I got tons of hand me downs LOL

    College life was a lot easier for me people were a lot more receptive to the most part but since my high school drama I kept it on the downlow for a couple years and only my closest friends knew and accepted me and were supportive.

    Eventually with encouragement from my friends and family I started being me more and more in public and around campus and became more and more accepted and became quite popular around campus.
    All the girls were supportive and enjoyed helping me with my hair and makeup
    Both girls and guys were taking notice of me and college is where I lost my virginity LOL twice.
    I dated both guys and girls off and on.
    Even though I prefer physically being a female I prefer to stay bisexual I can have the best of both worlds.
    I eventually married my best friend and most supportive person in my life.
    She was always there for me through thick and thin and encouraged to be who I was.
    We had the most amazingly beautiful wedding.
    Both dressed in matching wedding dresses and our closest friends were our maids of honor.
    Since I didn’t have a father to walk me down the isle.

    Sheri’s (my wife) father walked us both down the at the same time arm and arm it was so beautiful not a dry eye in the place including me.
    Yes I said she, a bisexual beautiful woman and the love of my life and best friend.

    I’ve had breast implants and a few other things, nose job and some facial work done.
    No plans for full op.


    First, I must confess that I am rather ancient (60+). I do, however, have an important story to tell and a humorous approach to the pain that is uniquely mine.

    You see, I have long known that I was a girl, despite being labeled a boy at birth. In fact I was repulsed by my young body. As you can imagine, I suffered terribly over the years. To make matters worse, I am the product of an oppressive Italian-Catholic upbringing. Guilt and shame are part of my birth right.

    At the age of 6, I was presented to a Roman Catholic priest. My parents were convinced that my “sissiness” was the product of demon possession. Much to their chagrin, exorcism did not work. Soon after I was taken to a never-ending series of counselors and therapists whose primary mission was to “fix” me. I became fully entangled with the psychiatric system at 14 after attempting to cut off my little pre-pubescent penis on my own.

    At the time I knew I wouldn’t succeed. I did hope that I would cause enough damage to force the issue. Nope. Sadly, two suicide attempts later, I still had this unwanted piece of flesh dangling between my legs. I tried so many different things to mitigate the psychological pain–running away from home, drugs, alcohol, crossdressing, transvestite prostitution, etc. Nothing worked or satisfied my gender crisis.

    When I was homeless and at the end of my rope, I deadened myself. I intentionally denied my bisexual urges, and cursed my gender-fluidity. I suppose part of this strategy worked. In a 10 year span, I got my GED, my BS, and MPH, and a PhD from a leading medical institution. (I was drawn to public health because I lost so many dear friends with whom I worked the streets to AIDS.)

    Alas, I did find out the hard way that birth control is not 100% effective. I had my precious son some 28 years ago. I adore him and I’m happy to say that he is very loving and open-minded. I know that I can trust him with my deepest darkest secret, but I am scared. I don’t know why.

    But when he came along, I committed to my journey to pure vanilla (yuck!). Over the years, I’ve had my dalliances and affairs, but I have seldom found true happiness. I enjoy spending time with friends who are engaged in TG transitions and feminine illusions.

    I believe that life is a journey and I also believe that mine is not over yet. I celebrate the advances that trans youth and the trans community have made, but I’m fearful that there are forces out there plotting to turn trans liberation into an aberration. I fear that kids coming up will be sentenced to a life in “prison” as I was. We cannot go backwards. We have to be vigilant and aggressive.

    Mine is a cautionary tale, but it is also a story of emancipation. I hope to meet and chat with many of you. I’d love to share my stories encourage others to embrace their identity and sexuality.

    I’m sorry for being long-winded. Thank you for reading my story and I really hope I can be a positive voice in TG Forum.




    Hi all! My name is Emily and I am in my mid-30s. I have suspected that I may be a transgender woman since before I even really understood what that meant and have recently decided to start exploring my gender identity after years of dismissal and suppression. I’m glad to find this forum and hope to learn a lot from you all on this journey.


    Hi Everyone

    I am new to this whole lifestyle, choice,etc.

    I am originally from California then Washington State. I currently live in Ohio. I got intrigued about crossdressing in mid to late 30s. I mostly watching YouTube videos. I was captivated by the people that would transform themselves into sexy women and girls. Mostly I was shocked by the YouTube users like Heidi phox Juliette Noir and others. How pretty passive they were. I thought to myself that looks like fun. I eventually Started exploring crossdressing myself. I started wearing boyshorts and transformed one of my boxer briefs into hipster(wasn’t as successful as I had hoped. I also bought some boyshorts. One day I heard about a place called Janet’s closet. They were known for transformations. So one day i stomached the courage to venture out there and got a transformations appointment I was floored by the end of the appointment cause I didn’t realize that was me under all the makeup and outfits. I then several weeks later heard about another place called glamourboutique when Then several months later I once again stomach the courage to again get a makeover transformation and once I was floored. It was so much. I have never ventured out dressed but someday I hope to either cross that hurdle or find others like myself or others that have crossed that hurdle.

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