Happy New Year Everyone As the new year is upon us I want to wish everyone the best of everything. Never give up on your hopes and dreams, and above all never lose your smile. Being a female is truly amazing and I wouldn’t change my identity for anything in the world; I...
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Orientation is different from Preference as well as Identity Many people have issues understanding these differences due to the binary preconception of the human sexuality. I find that using the Genderbread Person (for us and for others) helps to explain better what is the differ...
A little about our Journey thus far; there is so much more to come. My name is Christy and I’m mother to my FTM son. I couldn’t imagine life without him and I love who he is always and forever. You often think that being a mother is straight forward. You give birth, f...
Many of you, who have been on both sister sites, may have read my articles on CDH. I thought it was time to share one here. The best topic to get it started is my personal feelings of why I chose to join this site. It’s as simple as the difference in a day. I live in...
Readers beware. This article describes many aspects of my journey so far–some of which may be uncomfortable. I figured if I’m going to share my story, I might as well tell it all. It all started when I was very young. I don’t recall any memories before age five. My gran...
Thinking back over my life, I remember a strange attraction to girly things as early as age four. I would go to family gatherings, wishing my hair was long so I could wear pretty hair ribbons and barrettes. I wanted to wear a pretty dress and cute shoes. My mom made her own cloth...
When I started my last year of primary school at the age of 11, I began to distance myself from doing the typical male things you do at that age. Instead, I went to my female friend’s places and did girly things like playing with underwear, clothing, makeup, and doing our h...
I met my partner when he was in a female body, and I loved our relationship. It wasn’t long before he confided in me that he was transgender and needed to transition to male. I was confused; I questioned my own identity, our relationship, and what would happen next to us and be...
I am truly blessed to have a great group of genetic female friends. They know me for who I am now, and who I was before, and could care less if I show up in drab — of course, I would rather not do that — or classy casual. I used to lament getting older, because I fe...
By Amannda Reynolds “No one can make you feel inferior without your consent.” — Eleanor Roosevelt That quote has stuck with me ever since I read it when I was 14 or 15. I have always felt different. As a child, I remember wishing I was a girl and that no one would know ...
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