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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For me the mere fact of finally admitting to myself that I’m trans and actually can and have done something about that has been the biggest game changer ever.
I was miserable as a guy, never felt like I fit in, hated all the things it required.
Since starting my transition to Stef, I feel comfortable in my own skin in a way I never did before. I actually LIKE what I seen in the mirror for the first time in my life.
I’m a woman, always have been, and it delights me to be finally able to show the world.
One of my most favorite moments, so far, was when I was on a date with a guy who knew I was a CD/TG… Not only did we have a good time (in public as well as in private), but he let me know he wanted to get together again soon! It’s just nice to be so accepted by someone who isn’t family or even a close friend.
I went shopping and when checking out the lady cashier rang up the purchases and after looking at the total said ” I think I can do better for us girls.” She proceeded to find an extra discount for me. I thanked her and as I left I knew I was at least for a little while an actual woman.
The process we go through psychologically as we go forward is interesting. We can have it in our head that making that one change is going to expose us. Our fears magnify simple changes into a gigantic hurdle. Then afterwards, looking back, some of those changes seemed so minor and no one else noticed.
My first wardrobe shopping trip at Lane Bryant. The staff helped me look my best and fitted me to the tee. Made me feel like a woman that day.
My biggest achievement was the first step or of the closet as Windy
When my spouse accepted me as Delores and is now my best friend and supporter.