Living as a woman, interactions and reactions

LIVE SESSIONS Episode 2 – with Sophie and Char
with guest member Aija Pince
Sunday 27th September 10am (PST)

When we choose to live and present ourselves as a woman, we change a great many aspects of our life. We know very well what it’s like to live as a man in this world, but things change the moment we step out in the world as a woman. We will cover this  topic and more during the 2nd Episode of LIVE SESSIONS.with Sophie and Char

Some of the issues we may face as we enter into the world of Womanhood may take us by surprise, shock or educate us. 

It’s good to understand that much of what we face and deal with in life is not necessarily unique to us. While we are all individuals, we are all connected in so many ways. As such, we experience similar insecurity, anxiety, fear, love anger, panic, happiness, etc. 

En Femme Style

So, the next time you find yourself in one of those states of being, remember that you are not the first or last to feel that, but one of millions who go through the very same emotional feeling and state of mind; no matter if you are feeling alone, isolated, insecure, or empowered you may feel at that time. Take comfort in the knowledge that you are not alone in that experience and others have not only survived it but gone on to have happy fulfilling lives too. 

Presenting yourself as a woman publicly, may hold many fears. Most are likely to have been created by our own thoughts, that prevent us from acting with the confidence that we need to show and holding us back, when the reality can be so very different and liberating.  

The key is believing in yourself, to walk with confidence, feel confident, project yourself as the person you want to be and live the life of the person.  

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Born in London, England and a life long journey incorporating two marriages and a long relationship that eventually brought me to France. My two children and all of my family are fine with my choice to finally be the person I have always been. I am a creative, artistic soul who loves good food,cooking and real friends. Will I ever fall in love, will someone fall in love with me and does it matter? I have the love of my family and some very good friends in my life

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Sandra L'Haurault
Sandra L'Haurault(@ninnienne)
2 years ago

Hello all, My situation is I have been a woman since 17 th May 2017,the day I took my 1st Spiraction and applied my Estraderm patch. 18 months later I changed all my documents Birth Certificate licence, passport medicare details to female(out here in my state your doctor has to sign off on gender for Birth certificate) There are other states which have changed this step. Since that Day in May, I have not stated I am Transgender, I am female and its nobody’s else’s business. If someone has a problem with my gender, that is there problem not mine.… Read more »

Crystal Joseph
Crystal Joseph(@crystal2020)
2 years ago


Lucinda Hawkins
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Lucinda Hawkins(@lucinda)
2 years ago

thank yo for the great tips and history of being a real woman out doors. great tips on this message, yes it a different ball game when dressed up as a female must walk and talk like a woman to pass. dress nicely and be more female then male when out doors. never know if you will be spotted as a male dressed up as a female. we don’t want that. you all have said it right. you all have a great post and well said

Active Member
2 years ago

The key is believing in yourself, to walk with confidence, feel confident, project yourself as the “person you want to be” and “live the life of the person”. During our Live Session Sunday Heather said, “fake it util ya make it” and yes that is truly as simple, (not always easy) as it is to dis-Cover the You,,,You choose to “be”… The more I practice “being” Char, the more she becomes “me”, naturally, the the mask I had created to protect “me” falls away more every day….if that makes sense? haha It’s like I just stopped resisting the emergence of… Read more »

DeeAnn Hopings
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DeeAnn Hopings(@flatlander48)
2 years ago

A while back I created a thread here about Social Transition. Intellectually we know that the interactions with general society and the expectations for general society are very different for women compared to men. Being Assigned Male At Birth and accustomed to functioning from that perspective, transition requires a very different thought process. One problem that transitioners often face is having difficulty unlearning male privilege, unlearning the expectations of male dominance in social situations, etc. It is a much softer and nuanced world that we’re stepping into. Women tend to allow themselves to feel emotion, whereas men try to suppress… Read more »

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