If you’re reading this right now, then I’m guessing you work very hard at perfecting your feminine image.
There’s a lot to think about, isn’t there?
Clothes, hair, makeup, voice, movements …
And that’s not even counting serious life changes like hormones or surgery.
The problem is that when you focus on everything that still needs improving, it’s easy to forget how far you’ve come already.
Well, today I want you to put all that improvement stuff on hold. Forget about what you still need to do and celebrate what you’ve already achieved.
Seriously, girlfriend – you are AWESOME!
So I would love to know …
What has been your greatest achievement on your feminine journey so far?
It could be a big accomplishment like completing GRS (gender reassignment surgery), coming out to your family, or stepping out in public as a woman for the first time …
Or it could be a smaller victory like buying your first lipstick or choosing your feminine name.
Even if you’re a total newbie, there’s a lot to celebrate: You’re here on this site and acknowledging your true self! You are so much further along than those who try to repress their feminine sides. (We all know that doesn’t work.)
So let’s hear it! What is your greatest transgender or crossdressing achievement?
Please share it with us in the comments below!
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My greatest accomplishment as transgender is overcoming myself. I was abused verbally and physically as a child for being feminine. I was always told that there was something wrong with me. I believed it and became reclusive. I won’t go into the things that were said and done to me but the verbal abuse has never stopped. My feelings of inadequacy and shame stifled me from moving forward. Anxiety, depression, dysphoria, low self esteem and substance abuse took a toll on my health and I came close to dying. I knew at that point that if I continued to live I would need to live freely, by being true to myself. I sought medical help and separated myself from the abusive environment. I began hormone therapy which has improved my health considerably. I feel better. I’m hopeful. I’m rebuilding my life. Thank you Lucille for being a part of my transformation.
Successfull swim in fem attire from front door thru women’s shower into pool.
Just being myself… no need to dress up, wear makeup or act. After meeting new people, it’s not long that someone will bring up that damn movie “Boy’s don’t cry.” *shrug wuteva…
My image is very good n femme. I’m really femme hit me up.
I am currently a 67 year old genetic transgender male currently transitioning to be my femme self….I have had regrets in the past that I waited so long to transition. I absorbed a twin sister who didn’t get a chance to live in her own body. I am not wasting anymore of my life waiting and being unhappy because she didn’t have a chance to express herself. I am happier and more free than ever before in my life. You’re posts have played an important role to help give me the needed courage and I can’t and won’t go back. I hope I can find love before I’m done with this life.
“Harper”…I hope you find your “Dream Guy”, like I did !!!
Hi honey wat u doin.
I’m just doin what I always do. Seeking Love as the new woman has come out and I’m living life happier than I’ve ever been and healthier physically and psychologically.
How about you Luv?
Please send me a picture
I’m just doin what I always do. Seeking Love as the new woman has come out and I’m living life happier than I’ve ever been.
How about you Luv? Please send me a picture
I spent the day at my friends wedding as myself and not the old male me. I was complimented many times during the day on my outfit and heels.
I felt so complete!!!
When I first made up dressed and went out wow. Then when my first real Man brought me a drink and hit on me again wow. Then when my first real Man took me home and used me wow!!
“Sissycumfag”…Isn’t it great to find a “Lovin’ Man” !!!
I now have the confidence to go out in public as Tina. I go shopping, to restaurants, and to the movies as a woman. Of course, when I’m out as a woman, I use the women’s bathroom. I have even had gg’s talk to me as just another girl there. It’s so wonderful to be out in public as my inner girl.