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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After purchasing my first breast inserts I put on a bra , put in the inserts and went to the mall. I walked into VS and bravely asked an employee to help me. For the first time in my life I was properly measured for a bra. The employee measured me with the inserts in and then I showed her how the bra fit. It was so rewarding. I then walked around the mall for 2 hours. I never had felt so feminine in my life.
I have had many magnificent trans milestones to inflate my pride, but the one that stands out the most is before I even partly committed to crossdressing/transition. I was attending a performance of “Wicked” (it was glorious, by the way), and it occurred to me to wear red shoes. That started the snowball, and I soon was ALL red, except for the witch hat. Even an outrageous red wig. I had not even really considered crossdressing yet, but wore feminine anyway. My friends were amazed and loved it! The other audience members were impressed, too. With that kind of reinforcement, I just naturally took more and more steps.
Stepping outside in all female clothes including high heels. But equally Id have to say getting better at basic nail art!
I’d have to say that my greatest achievement so far in my feminine journey is coming to the place where I’ve come to a place of self acceptance of who and what I am. I’ve come to like and enjoy the feminine aspects of who I am.
I accidentally posted a picture of myself on Facebook in one of the new camis I had treated myself to. I had only intended to share the picture with my sister but accidentally posted on my story on my Facebook page. Opps.
But I quickly came to realize that I could live with it. It felt liberating. Of the people who say it I got nothing but positive, supportive responses.
My sister said that I looked truly happy in the picture. Being seen in a outward expression of my true inner femininity and getting such positive, supportive responses made me feel beautiful and loved. What more can a lady ask for?