I know it’s been awhile since I’ve updated my blog. 🙁 I’ve been juggling projects, but I miss you, darn it!
So I decided to do something fun to celebrate my return to Blogland …
I’ve been thinking about NAMES and how we grow into the names we are given at birth. (I can’t imagine being called anything other than “Lucille”.)
But TG women have the unique advantage of being able to choose their feminine names …
So I’d love to know how you chose YOUR name!
To make this fun, I’ve decided to turn it into a FREE GIVEAWAY!
Leave a comment below telling me your feminine name and how and why you chose this name for yourself. I’m going to put all the names into a hat and choose one winner for a sterling silver necklace personalized with her feminine name! (Just like the one you see above.)
I’ll announce the winner on Tuesday, May 24, so submit your entry by leaving me a comment now!
P.S. Comments posted by Midnight Pacific Time on Monday, May 23 are elibible for the giveaway. The giveaway is open to worldwide entries. The necklace will be shipped by June 7, 2011. If you are located outside the U.S., you will be responsible for any customs or duty fees charge by your country.
i am transgender female. only came out few years ago. i picked the name danni in one tv show called life where the character was a cop who was danni reese.
i have other names i do like
I first chose the ñame Mishael as a variant of Michael. Mandelina came along as a lark. Eventually it morphed into Mandelina Mishael or online as Mandi or Misha.
Being Asian I chose Akira, as it is a neutral Japanese name it can be used as female or male. It makes it easier for me as I do not need to change it when I am either female or when I have to be male. It is also a family name so it has history for me.
I’ve had two feminine names. The first one was Betsey. There was a girl named Betsey in school who I had a mad crush on, I used her name in my fantasies, when I began crossdressing
I stopped crossdressing for quite awhile, when I was married and after getting divorced, I began crossdressing again.
This time I used the name Janine. It’s a fictitious name that I had always liked
I’ve been using it for years and still like it
I had used around 5 diff names since 1996, even ones that friends suggested but they didn’t feel right to me. I was a ‘Michelle’ for the longest of prior names and many people in the neighborhood only knew me by that name. Then I moved about 700 miles from there and felt I needed a new name. I pondered other names in my head for months. Then I searched the Internet for rare feminine names. I can across Meran. It’s spelled different than others that are pronounced the same. I also learned that in Europe and the middle east, it’s a name used by male and female.
While my name is Daniel I simply just chose Danielle and I do also like Cassidy then again sissy Susan comes to mind while I always knew I was Male I knew from an early age I believe I was born into the wrong sexuality while I’m who I am I never pursued full transformation but still like to dress up only behind closed doors think I could not ever go out in public at my age