My earliest recollection of wearing women’s clothing was when I was a young child of 5 or 6. My family was on vacation in Minnesota vising my Aunts, Uncle, cousins and others. I got into my mom’s suitcase and put on a bra and girdle then paraded around in the living room in f...
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It wasn’t a difficult thing for me to do once I had had made up my mind, this was something that I needed to do, there really was no other option that I could see that was a serious alternative. From that day, I chose this life and have never looked back, cutting ties and links...
I have always enjoyed writing, be it a poem, song lyrics or a personal letter. I worked as a designer/artist and consultant for many years and had the privilege of writing text for brochures and promotional material for clients. I have also spent many hours searching, reading art...
While drifting through the grand mélange we call the web, somehow I suddenly found myself at the home page of this site. Occasionally things happen for a reason, the right place at the right time kind thing. So I paused to have a brief look over the site and then moved on to som...
After my ramblings about my early years, I am continuing on my next stage…Puberty. As a teenager, I’d outgrown any clothes that I had access to, and I still lived at home. I was a young male with testosterone coursing throughout his body. My friends and activities were ve...
If you’re young and you think you’re trans, I hope you feel free to be true to yourself. When I was little I was in a foster home; my foster parents neglected me so I was raised by their dog and her litter of pups. From this and along with a bunch of other issues, my ...
I originally posted this on another social media site on 3/31/19 and edited names as they are not members of this site. In ’79 my brother took me to my first ever concert to see Rush on their Permanent Waves tour. I wasn’t yet 14, but the image on the album’s co...
My mother wanted a girl when I was born. My mom put tights on me on for a family picture day. From then on, I knew that I was supposed to be a girl. I started out dressing in my grandmother’s dress. All dressed up made me feel human. My desire to crossdress went away for se...
The older I get, the less I believe I’m still starting anything. There may be that rare moment when I partake on something completely new and different, but this journey that I’ve been on for nearly 50 years isn’t one of them. Every little goal that I achieve, I...
I can recall the first time I began to realize that I was feminine. I was five-years old and fascinated by girls’ clothing and shoes. I loved how they looked and wanted to wear them. I would watch my mom do her nails and get ready. My parents noticed it as well. I would com...
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