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  • 18 Dec 2012
    Hi girls As you all know we are spreading the word about our fabulous site, And I would like to know if any girls have profiles elsewhere so I can, Hit those places as well. I am on a few other sites but you may be on some I haven’t heard of (yes I know that’s amazing ha ha ha ) so if you can could you message me Or email me at amymichelle@transtastic.com So I can hit even more places Don’t worry if you mention a site im already on as tesco say’s every little helps  Hugs xxxxxxxxxxxx Amymichelle Social Media Manager Transtastic Team 
    1386 Posted by Deleted Member
  • 16 Jun 2012
    i took the cogiati test again (did it a few years ago on tint) and got the same score didnt think it would change but i didnt really think about it as much then as i am doing now (times do change as does the person )   so here is my result   TheCOMBINED GENDER IDENTITY AND TRANSSEXUALITY INVENTORY(COGIATI)   Your COGIATI result value is: 360 Which means that you fall within the following category: COGIATI classification FOUR, PROBABLE TRANSSEXUAL What this means is that the Combined Gender Identity And Transsexuality Inventory has classified your internal gender identity to be essentially feminine, but with some masculine or androgynous traits. It is very possible that you are a candidate for a diagnosis of transsexualism. You show a strong degree of gender dysphoria. At the very least, further investigation should be undertaken. Your COGIATI score places you among the majority of those diagnosed as transsexuals, the 'late onset' tanssexual. SUGGESTIONS FOR ACTION: Your situation is potentially serious and indicative of a probable inborn gender conflict. It is definitely recommended that you pursue further action. The suggestions for your circumstance are several. 1.    It is recommended that you seek help from a sympathetic counselor or professional about your gender issues. It is very possible that over time they will become increasingly difficult to cope with. Early determination of what you really need and want is vital. You need to determine if you truly are transsexual. Keep in mind, thought, that many alternatives exist other than complete sexual transformation. Partial transformation and many other way of existing are available. While you are very possibly a transsexual, COGIATI has determined that this is not absolutely certain. While time is an issue, being certain is more important. Proceed with investigation of your possible transsexuality or transgenderism, but with caution. 2.    Some actions may help you to define your needs more clearly. Experimenting with living full time as a woman, taking hormones for a short time under supervision, or taking testosterone suppressers to observe how you feel are all viable options. Keep in mind that while it is very likely that you might be a transsexual, it is not certain. Do not take severe or permanent actions without long thought and the help of counselors and professionals. 3.    Your gender issues are real, and should not be ignored. Neither should you rush into acting on them, however powerful they may feel. You do not fit the full criterion for the rarest classification, classic transsexuality, and so should be cautious, and open to possibilities. You may yet end up undergoing transition, and the path of the transsexual may well be your salvation. Be very careful, but do not ignore your issues. 4.    If you have not already, consider joining any of the thousands of groups devoted to gender expression of various kinds. There is literally a world of friends to discover who share your interests. There are also publications, vacations, and activities that would expand your gender expression. so now i need to have a long hard look at myself and sort out my next step   hugs xxamyxx
    1375 Posted by Deleted Member
  • 04 Oct 2012
    well what can i say i went for a scoop with my brother (1of2) sunday    and as we were having a fag out side i said so are you broad minded    as to which he said yes (i knew he was anywaylol)   so i took out my fone and showed him a pic of me all dolled up    he said phwoar who is that lol and i said look again still didnt click so i showed him a few more and then said look at the konk    he then said wow you make a better looking bird than a bloke (woooo hoooo)   then gave me a big hugs and said you only live once bro go for it i am proud of you    which has made my month i am sooooo happy i have one of my brothers on my side and supporting me what ever choice i make    i think my other bro will be fine to    now when he txts me he calls me ames how cool is that and said my little bros a rock chick    i am the happiest Tgirl in the world at the moment    big hugs what this space    xxxamyxxx  
    1294 Posted by Deleted Member
  • 03 Dec 2012
    why
        Firstly I don’t want to upset or offend anyone this is just my opinion   I have always wondered why some girls call their cock a clitty and bum hole a pussy lol   I have always felt this is in my eyes a bit silly really as its me cock n my bum hole   I have always felt femme when dressed but never had the urge to call it my clitty or pussy   Is it just me am I being cynical im a guy who dresses so in my knickers is my tucked up cock Folded back to my bum hole lol   xxxxx   xxamyxx
    1249 Posted by Deleted Member
1,496 views Oct 13, 2013
is it me ?

Is it me?

 

Well not sure how to put this but here goes.

Is it me or does anyone else feel that those who have gone through the full transition

Don’t feel they fit in any more I have had 2 friends who have had the full transition and have left here

Due to the way they are spoken to and both have a gone through what a lot of us are aiming to do

And have great advice and are both counselling other trans girls in different stages of the journey

I know they do as I do think in some way this fabulous site has taken a turn to more Fetish Cross

Dressing which yes is all part of the trans scene in ways.

50 shades of grey doesn’t cut it here it’s more like 500 shades of grey lol

But I do feel upset that friends and other post op girls who yes are now women feel they don’t belong

I do say live and let live for all walks of life but it does come to a shock in ways to me that

We have in a word discrimination against each other here

Why can’t we all get along

I have said before in the immortal words of high school musical

 

“We’re all in this together” so let’s start being united in what we do

To quote a friend who has left

“Peace love and lip gloss”

Hugs xxamyxx 



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  • Claire Louise Reed
    Claire Louise Reed Makes a lot of sense, agree completely x
    May 1, 2014 - 1 likes this
  • Lonya  stephony
    Lonya stephony If you ever make an album Amy (which you probably have ha!) then that picture should go on the cover.
    May 1, 2014 - 1 likes this
  • <i>Deleted Member</i>
    Deleted Member thanx lonya and good call it will be with a dedication to you xxx
    May 4, 2014 - delete
  • Cristine Shye.  BL. B/acc
    Cristine Shye. BL. B/acc I'm afraid I have to agree, many join sites like this to feel involved, part of a community, as they learn more and gain confidence . they abandon sites like this. BUT there are some of us that have transitioned, had surgery living full time that hang...  more
    Mar 20