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Mayan prophecies say that the world is going to end tomorrow, December 21, 2012.
Others say that this is actually a time of spiritual shift.
If I had my way, this would be the beginning of an era where ALL the different variations of gender and beauty are celebrated.
Regardless of what happens (or not) tomorrow, why not use it as an opportunity to usher in a “new world” for yourself and get clear on your intentions for the new year – particularly for your fab femme self?
First, is there something you need to LET GO of from the “old world” on December 21?
Perhaps fear, shame, or even something as mundane as an outdated hairstyle?
Second, what do you want to CREATE in the “new world” in 2013 and beyond?
Maybe you’ll decide to show off more of your gender-bending beauty, master your femme moves, or rock a new hairstyle in 2013?
Change is in the air, girlfriend, and now is the time to decide what you want to create in YOUR world.
So what’s it going to be?
As always, I’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below!
P.S. In the off chance that the world really IS ending tomorrow, I suggest you wear lipstick and nice underwear … just in case. )
Greetings from Bangkok, Thailand!
I am here soaking up the local TG culture …
As you might know, Thailand is considered the transgender capital of the world. The “third gender” is an accepted part of Thai society and transgenderism is everywhere – from TV celebrities, to transgender flight attendants, to foreign and Thai transwomen seen all around town.
It is SUCH a refreshing change from the U.S.!
Here are a few highlights from my trip:
|Me with some of Bangkok’s most beautiful kathoey (transgender) performers.|
|The Playhouse Theater Cabaret, featuring some of Thailand’s best kathoey (transgender) performers.|
|Thailand is a shopper’s paradise with bargains galore.||Shrine in front of a Bangkok shopping mall.|
|Incredible 150 foot long gold Reclining Buddha at the Wat Pho temple.|
I LOVE traveling and I want to encourage you to plan your own femme getaway.
It’s doesn’t matter if you travel across the world, to a transgender conference, or simply to another city in your home state … traveling is the perfect opportunity to unleash your femme self away from the routine and expectations of home.
Here are 3 reasons why I think traveling is important – especially for crossdressers and transgender women:
1. Traveling gives you an opportunity to reinvent yourself
Nobody knows you and nobody will ever see you again, so you can literally be whoever you want to be.
2. Traveling is the ultimate rut buster
Does life feel like the same old, same old? Traveling exposes you to new experiences and gives you a fresh perspective on life. (And who can’t use that?)
3. Traveling teaches you to go with the flow
Most trips (like your own femme journey) are full of unexpected surprises. Traveling teaching you to go with the flow – and enjoy the experience.
So, do you travel en femme?
I’d love to hear about your femme travel adventures (or travel dreams), so please share them with me in the comments section below!