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Femme Secrets - Male to Female Transformation Tips, Advice, and Inspiration
Male to female transformation tips, advice, and inspiration for crossdressers and MTF transgender women. How to become the woman you are meant to be!
I may pack stuff when travelling by car but certainly not when taking a flight. I couldn´t stand embarrassing situations at the customs control.
I commute by car en femme daily, finishing my makeup while stopped at lights. During several traffic jams, men held up legal pads with their phone numbers, and very interesting conversations ensued, involving places for me to leave lipstick marks. None resulted in dates, because I hid my number.
I travel but only dressed in male (civilian) clothes… I always pack fem clothes 80% of my suitcase is fem…..
I look at this survey two ways. 1) I do not travel though airports total feminine. 2) I do always take things with me to wear later. I do drive with feminine things on under my male clothes even my forms sometimes. After arriving I dress fully and drive around town and go shopping.
I do everything as the woman I am, invluding travel
I love being a woman and I am a woman 24 7 365. I may dress in mens cloths but wear my own clothes more. I have no fear of being seen as I do a very good job of making up and dressing appropriately. I knew I was a girl from my first recollections. Before I went to school my only friend was a girl and we used to play dress up together, I didn’t think it odd. The first time I saw a girl in her panties I knew I was in the wrong body. I did play boy things because being a girl back then was a no no. Today we are accepted as women and that is so wonderful. I try to be as feminine as possible when I travel by air, I fear being myself because of TSA, I do wear my under clothes when flying, wondering if they see my bra and panties on the scanner. When I drive I am myself and wear comfortable clothes, I never leave home without my things. I took my wardrobe to Africa and nothing happened, I lived there for several years. I was still in some form if denial, trying to be a man but all I knew was gow ro a woman. I would try to prove to everyone I was normal when my idea of normal differed. When I told the woman I was living with I was trans she was excited and she made room in her closet for my things, she loved me but I really didn’t love her. It was with her, the only woman to accept
me, that everything changed. I knew I wanted to be a woman and I knew I wanted to be with a man. I slowly accepted my femeninity to a point where I loved who I was. Once I loved myself I was able to tell many people I was trans. Today I am a very hapoy woman eager to travel. I hope all trans women like me find the peace I have found.
I am very content being a woman
I always bring lots of extra sexy undergarments for use at the hotel and under my regular clothes during the day. I don’t travel much but like to feel girly when I do
Its taken quite a few years to manage successfully to get gender marker and name changes on ID,passport,etc.. I’m still awaiting the birth cert change, however in Australia law demands I have a completed SRS/GRS before I can have this change recognised.. oh well 9steps forward, 3 steps back.. I mostly travel as gender neutral as its nessesary, however there are situations where I think “stuff it,I’m gonna glam up a lil and strut like a diva,in my own merriment”..