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  • 25 Apr 2023
    Well I'm  not a  person that complains  or laments  about things I  just  take  things Day  By  Day .  It 's been a  long time  since  I  wrote a  blog  here so  here  I  go .   In 2022 I  suffered and  injury to my  left  foot and  I  stepped on  something as  I  was  working  outside my shop . I  did  not  even know that  I  had  even hurt  myself until laker  on in the  evening  when I  removed  my  running shoes .  I  removed my  sock and I  did  not  see anything to  be  concered about but  my  foot  was  sore abit .  So  I  did  what  I thought  was  best and  cleaned  the  small  cut and  I  did  this  for a  few week hoping that  what  I was  doing would heal.  Well  to  make  long story  short  My  foot was  infected and  I  was  admited to Hospital because the  infection  was deep  within the  heal and bone  of  my  foot .  The  Surgeon that  I  seen  had asked that  I  would  give  some  thought to Amputation . So  I  did  and  it  turned  out that I  had the  surgery to save my  life and have my  left  foot  removed . Its  been  one  whole  year  since all this  happened and  its  been  one day  at  a  time and  now one  foot  at  a  time as  well . I ve  done  5  weeks of physio therupy  and Im  still  doing and  extended program until  mid  May .   I'm  very pleased with my  over  all transition and  walking with  a  new phosthic foot  and  Im very  happy  to  still  be cross  dressing  as  well .  I'm  not willing to  just  give  up  I found  that  Karen is  too  much  of a part  of  me to  give  her  up now  or  Ever !  So  just take  what  ever  your  doing  transioning  or  coming  out   one day  or  step at a  time ! 
    286 Posted by Karen Tea
  • Well I'm  not a  person that complains  or laments  about things I  just  take  things Day  By  Day .  It 's been a  long time  since  I  wrote a  blog  here so  here  I  go .   In 2022 I  suffered and  injury to my  left  foot and  I  stepped on  something as  I  was  working  outside my shop . I  did  not  even know that  I  had  even hurt  myself until laker  on in the  evening  when I  removed  my  running shoes .  I  removed my  sock and I  did  not  see anything to  be  concered about but  my  foot  was  sore abit .  So  I  did  what  I thought  was  best and  cleaned  the  small  cut and  I  did  this  for a  few week hoping that  what  I was  doing would heal.  Well  to  make  long story  short  My  foot was  infected and  I  was  admited to Hospital because the  infection  was deep  within the  heal and bone  of  my  foot .  The  Surgeon that  I  seen  had asked that  I  would  give  some  thought to Amputation . So  I  did  and  it  turned  out that I  had the  surgery to save my  life and have my  left  foot  removed . Its  been  one  whole  year  since all this  happened and  its  been  one day  at  a  time and  now one  foot  at  a  time as  well . I ve  done  5  weeks of physio therupy  and Im  still  doing and  extended program until  mid  May .   I'm  very pleased with my  over  all transition and  walking with  a  new phosthic foot  and  Im very  happy  to  still  be cross  dressing  as  well .  I'm  not willing to  just  give  up  I found  that  Karen is  too  much  of a part  of  me to  give  her  up now  or  Ever !  So  just take  what  ever  your  doing  transioning  or  coming  out   one day  or  step at a  time ! 
    Apr 25, 2023 286
  • 28 Nov 2022
    This is my first blog, and thought I’d write this as 2022 has been a somewhat strange year. As some are aware, Suzy has been around for a few years, first registered back in 2008 on this sites predecessor.  Unfortunately at the end of 2015, I had a complete purge.  Everything went and I disappeared, that was until lockdown.  Since then Suzy reappeared and if I’m honest I’ve struggled mentally with it all. anyway fast forward to this year.  I’ve been receiving counselling since January, and it’s been difficult coming to terms with who I am.  Won’t sugar coat it, it has been tough at times, but I’m in a much better place, but long way to go. I came out to my partner and a close friend.  One went well, one certainly did not.  My partner absolutely hates the idea, and is not supportive in the slightest.  My friend on the other hand was the exact opposite, even offering to take me for coffee if I wanted.  I even introduced Suzy, via zoom to my friend and she loved seeing Suzy and that felt wonderful.  I also introduced my counsellor to Suzy, and we have had several sessions with both identities.  Being able to share Suzy with such people has been truly liberating, but also very daunting. So where has this taken me this year……..well, having spent more time dressed, due to the way the timing works on my counselling sessions, I’ve felt more at ease and more comfortable in both my male and female persona.  So much so, that in August, I ventured outside for the first time since 2015.  So what, you might say, as I’ve been on nights out and been to a tgirl club in the past.  Well this time I left the house fully dressed, and in broad daylight.  That was exciting and terrifying as my neighbours could have seen me, and questions would have been asked.  If that wasn’t scary enough, I went into an Argos shop to collect an order from my male side.  The staff in there were lovely, and treated me as they would any other customer.  The same happened at Sainsburys when I went for petrol, and I felt fantastic and so happy as I drove home.  From what I can tell, none of my neighbours saw me. I went out again in mid October, but this time as I was driving I suddenly felt very self conscious and almost panicky.  My hands were shaking as I paid for my fuel, but again the staff were lovely.  That was the good and not so good side of going out.  It hasn’t deterred me, and next opportunity I will go back out and about. so this year has been a mixed bag, but on the whole I’m a happier, more relaxed and at ease with myself person.  Suzy has grown and I’m hoping to keep growing . thank you for reading this hugs Suzy xxx
    411 Posted by Suzy Whyte
  • This is my first blog, and thought I’d write this as 2022 has been a somewhat strange year. As some are aware, Suzy has been around for a few years, first registered back in 2008 on this sites predecessor.  Unfortunately at the end of 2015, I had a complete purge.  Everything went and I disappeared, that was until lockdown.  Since then Suzy reappeared and if I’m honest I’ve struggled mentally with it all. anyway fast forward to this year.  I’ve been receiving counselling since January, and it’s been difficult coming to terms with who I am.  Won’t sugar coat it, it has been tough at times, but I’m in a much better place, but long way to go. I came out to my partner and a close friend.  One went well, one certainly did not.  My partner absolutely hates the idea, and is not supportive in the slightest.  My friend on the other hand was the exact opposite, even offering to take me for coffee if I wanted.  I even introduced Suzy, via zoom to my friend and she loved seeing Suzy and that felt wonderful.  I also introduced my counsellor to Suzy, and we have had several sessions with both identities.  Being able to share Suzy with such people has been truly liberating, but also very daunting. So where has this taken me this year……..well, having spent more time dressed, due to the way the timing works on my counselling sessions, I’ve felt more at ease and more comfortable in both my male and female persona.  So much so, that in August, I ventured outside for the first time since 2015.  So what, you might say, as I’ve been on nights out and been to a tgirl club in the past.  Well this time I left the house fully dressed, and in broad daylight.  That was exciting and terrifying as my neighbours could have seen me, and questions would have been asked.  If that wasn’t scary enough, I went into an Argos shop to collect an order from my male side.  The staff in there were lovely, and treated me as they would any other customer.  The same happened at Sainsburys when I went for petrol, and I felt fantastic and so happy as I drove home.  From what I can tell, none of my neighbours saw me. I went out again in mid October, but this time as I was driving I suddenly felt very self conscious and almost panicky.  My hands were shaking as I paid for my fuel, but again the staff were lovely.  That was the good and not so good side of going out.  It hasn’t deterred me, and next opportunity I will go back out and about. so this year has been a mixed bag, but on the whole I’m a happier, more relaxed and at ease with myself person.  Suzy has grown and I’m hoping to keep growing . thank you for reading this hugs Suzy xxx
    Nov 28, 2022 411
  • 21 Sep 2022
    Hello everyone! this my first attempt at blogging with other gurls out there and would like to get some response to my question: Does dressing up seem more like a fetish to you.... or is it something you feel compelled to do?
    452 Posted by Skyler Penny
  • Hello everyone! this my first attempt at blogging with other gurls out there and would like to get some response to my question: Does dressing up seem more like a fetish to you.... or is it something you feel compelled to do?
    Sep 21, 2022 452
  • 03 Aug 2022
    x Just a quick note -   I've noticed that hardly anyone wants to blog anymore.   Reading past blogs, I've learned a lot and would be hopeful that other girls would share their stories and wisdom.   Come on girls - Tell us what is going on in your life as well as share your expertises.     xoxoxo, Michelle G
    489 Posted by Michelle Gweneth
  • x Just a quick note -   I've noticed that hardly anyone wants to blog anymore.   Reading past blogs, I've learned a lot and would be hopeful that other girls would share their stories and wisdom.   Come on girls - Tell us what is going on in your life as well as share your expertises.     xoxoxo, Michelle G
    Aug 03, 2022 489
  • 09 May 2022
    Good Morning Everyone... I find it so very wonderful to wake up in soft and cuddly PJ's and a soft blanket as the real me inside. I've discovered that my tucking is lasting all night and those male bits seem almost non-existent, if not a bit numb.  It feels good that, at least for a while, I no longer have male parts down there.   As I wake up, I imagine a whole day as Michelle and think about what I should do today. Whether it is getting dressed in a flowing summer dress and going to the park, or putting on my cute jeans and simply doing some gardening around the house, I feel a sense of joy.   I try to make these feeling last as long as I can, but alas I'm not out full time. My significant other doesn't share my joy of being Michelle, and wants me to limit presenting as the true me when around her. So I put on a male mask and pretend to be a male when she is around.  It is because she is afraid of being identified as a Lesbian. That part really hurts me inside.     As time goes on, the need to be Michelle physically is growing significantly day-by-day. Living full time is what I truly want. The need to pursue losing my male bits and getting SRS keep growing, as does breast enhancement and female facial surgery.  For now that is only a dream, but someday I will have to take the steps needed, even if it means losing my significant other, whom I love.   So for now, I take hold of any moment I can be Michelle during the week, and treasure my dreams and waking up each day as Michelle. Even if it is only for a few precious minutes in my warm cuddly bed.  
    631 Posted by Michelle Gweneth
  • Good Morning Everyone... I find it so very wonderful to wake up in soft and cuddly PJ's and a soft blanket as the real me inside. I've discovered that my tucking is lasting all night and those male bits seem almost non-existent, if not a bit numb.  It feels good that, at least for a while, I no longer have male parts down there.   As I wake up, I imagine a whole day as Michelle and think about what I should do today. Whether it is getting dressed in a flowing summer dress and going to the park, or putting on my cute jeans and simply doing some gardening around the house, I feel a sense of joy.   I try to make these feeling last as long as I can, but alas I'm not out full time. My significant other doesn't share my joy of being Michelle, and wants me to limit presenting as the true me when around her. So I put on a male mask and pretend to be a male when she is around.  It is because she is afraid of being identified as a Lesbian. That part really hurts me inside.     As time goes on, the need to be Michelle physically is growing significantly day-by-day. Living full time is what I truly want. The need to pursue losing my male bits and getting SRS keep growing, as does breast enhancement and female facial surgery.  For now that is only a dream, but someday I will have to take the steps needed, even if it means losing my significant other, whom I love.   So for now, I take hold of any moment I can be Michelle during the week, and treasure my dreams and waking up each day as Michelle. Even if it is only for a few precious minutes in my warm cuddly bed.  
    May 09, 2022 631
  • 01 Sep 2021
    Well Hello Everybody! It appears I have been away for nearly 4 years, well I haven't posted anything for 4years. I have popping in under the cover of darkness every now and again. So what is new with me. Well I worked through COVid19, well I really couldn't avoid it. As I work for the NHS. I had asymptotic COVid19, apart from a sore throat, that was my only symptom. So, I consider myself lucky. I went dark on the dressing front for a short while had some mild crisis over it, but that resolved itself. I am once again single. And that's a story for another day. I've also rediscovered my kinks, my love of leather, latex and PVC, but again that's is definitely a story for another day. Got save something to write about later. So I am back, popping in and out, saying hello to anybody who wishes to talk and trying post more stuff on a regular basis. So thanks for reading and have a lovely life.  
    1037 Posted by Rachael Louise Blanche
  • Well Hello Everybody! It appears I have been away for nearly 4 years, well I haven't posted anything for 4years. I have popping in under the cover of darkness every now and again. So what is new with me. Well I worked through COVid19, well I really couldn't avoid it. As I work for the NHS. I had asymptotic COVid19, apart from a sore throat, that was my only symptom. So, I consider myself lucky. I went dark on the dressing front for a short while had some mild crisis over it, but that resolved itself. I am once again single. And that's a story for another day. I've also rediscovered my kinks, my love of leather, latex and PVC, but again that's is definitely a story for another day. Got save something to write about later. So I am back, popping in and out, saying hello to anybody who wishes to talk and trying post more stuff on a regular basis. So thanks for reading and have a lovely life.  
    Sep 01, 2021 1037
  • 29 Jul 2021
    My name is Michelle, and I've been a girl inside since I was about 7 yers old.  I'm much older now and can tell you It has been very, very hard living in a different gender than my inner me truly is. The daily heartache of waking up and having to put on a male persona for work and to please my partner really hurts.   However, there have been times where I overcame my fears and said What the Heck. In those times, I would get dressed up, put my makeup on and step out as the real me.  It felt so wonderful to go to shopping, trying on cloths, eating at restaurants, and even going to my eye doctor for cute new femme glasses. I even had the courage to come out to my neighbors as Michelle. Their reactions to me as Michelle was so encouraging.   Because of my living arrangements, my partner asked that I not live full time, and not be dressed when she is around. She didn't want to be known as a lesbian or have a female life partner. That made me truly sad, but I also love her, so I end up only being partially out.   I recently moved to the wine country in Northern California, which turns out to be very conservative, compared to the liberal Silicon Valley/San Francisco area.  As part of that move, I lost my support system and BFF Cynthia N.  She was the first person I came out to years ago, and we used to go out together a lot as friends. I miss the shopping trips, girl brunches,  and just hanging out together.     As for shopping, I was extremely shy and worried at first, but found the stores actually welcomed me. I even had a young female shopping clerk volunteer to go with me on a shopping spree and help me pick out different outfits, clothes, shoes and makeup. That made me feel so very happy!!!   I can relate to you shy girls reluctance to go out, but encourage you to find an understanding sister and start going out. Also, don't let fear stop you.  You may want to do some initial window shopping in the gender you feel comfortable with, and then go back as the girl you truly are to get that great dress, shoes, etc.  After all us girls really enjoy SHOPPING THERAPY.   Michelle G
    995 Posted by Michelle Gweneth
  • My name is Michelle, and I've been a girl inside since I was about 7 yers old.  I'm much older now and can tell you It has been very, very hard living in a different gender than my inner me truly is. The daily heartache of waking up and having to put on a male persona for work and to please my partner really hurts.   However, there have been times where I overcame my fears and said What the Heck. In those times, I would get dressed up, put my makeup on and step out as the real me.  It felt so wonderful to go to shopping, trying on cloths, eating at restaurants, and even going to my eye doctor for cute new femme glasses. I even had the courage to come out to my neighbors as Michelle. Their reactions to me as Michelle was so encouraging.   Because of my living arrangements, my partner asked that I not live full time, and not be dressed when she is around. She didn't want to be known as a lesbian or have a female life partner. That made me truly sad, but I also love her, so I end up only being partially out.   I recently moved to the wine country in Northern California, which turns out to be very conservative, compared to the liberal Silicon Valley/San Francisco area.  As part of that move, I lost my support system and BFF Cynthia N.  She was the first person I came out to years ago, and we used to go out together a lot as friends. I miss the shopping trips, girl brunches,  and just hanging out together.     As for shopping, I was extremely shy and worried at first, but found the stores actually welcomed me. I even had a young female shopping clerk volunteer to go with me on a shopping spree and help me pick out different outfits, clothes, shoes and makeup. That made me feel so very happy!!!   I can relate to you shy girls reluctance to go out, but encourage you to find an understanding sister and start going out. Also, don't let fear stop you.  You may want to do some initial window shopping in the gender you feel comfortable with, and then go back as the girl you truly are to get that great dress, shoes, etc.  After all us girls really enjoy SHOPPING THERAPY.   Michelle G
    Jul 29, 2021 995
  • 13 Apr 2021
    hi my name is really joe but my girlish name is Nadirah, i loove this name, and well i wanna say i love crossdressing since i was 6 years old; but i really loved is when i was 11 years old, i act as a man but inselde i wish and i feel as a woman, when i am alone at home i am glad coz i can dress up with my sister´s clothes and i feel really good and exited i love when i do it. i never was with a guy i wish but shy to do this, if one day i could do. i am sub and i love serve, i like black dick, coz i watch this on the net and was in love with black dick and black guy.
    1242 Posted by Monica Garcia
  • hi my name is really joe but my girlish name is Nadirah, i loove this name, and well i wanna say i love crossdressing since i was 6 years old; but i really loved is when i was 11 years old, i act as a man but inselde i wish and i feel as a woman, when i am alone at home i am glad coz i can dress up with my sister´s clothes and i feel really good and exited i love when i do it. i never was with a guy i wish but shy to do this, if one day i could do. i am sub and i love serve, i like black dick, coz i watch this on the net and was in love with black dick and black guy.
    Apr 13, 2021 1242
  • 21 Nov 2020
    It’s been estimated that Transgender people are twice as likely to think about and attempt suicide as LGB people.  The suicide rates for Transgender people are far, far higher than the national averages in most countries.  It’s difficult to know exactly though, because gender identity is not normally recorded on death certificates. However, in the United States, a survey carried out in 2015 by the National Center for Transgender Equality showed that around 40% of adults who took part reported having attempted suicide at some stage in their lifetime.  That’s nearly nine times the normal rate of attempted suicide among the general US population. We want all of our members to stay safe and the good news is that there are many good people out there who are able to help those of us who are feeling so depressed that we just want it all to stop.  This is fixable.  We just need to allow others to help. Below is a list of mainly support hotlines for several English speaking countries which are generally where our members come from.  Most are able to offer additional support and resources in each of their respective countries.   I want you to promise me that if you ever find that you can’t cope, that you will try calling one of these hotlines before you do anything silly. Promise? United States LGBT National Help Center - calls answered in the US and Canada, chat international LGBT National Hotline 888-843-4564 LGBT National Youth Talkline 800-246-7743 LGBT National Senior Hotline 888-234-7243 LGBT Online chat (all ages) www.lgbthotline.org/chat www.lgbthotline.org   Blackline - 24 hour hotline support geared towards POC, Native and Muslim LGBTQI community 800-604-5841 www.callblackline.com   Crisis Text Line - Not LGBT specific but trained and supportive. Text: 741741 www.crisistextline.org   DeQH Helpline - LGBTQ hotline for South Asian individuals. 908-367-3374 www.deqh.org   IM Alive - online crisis chat service.  Not LGBT specific but affirming and supportive www.imalive.org   Translate line - Trans specific support hotline US: 877-565-8860 Canada: 877-330-6366 www.translifeline.org   Trevor Project - LGBTQ suicide prevention hotline for 25 and younger 866-488-7386 www.thetrevorproject.org   US National Orgs FORGE - national Trans org forced on anti-violence 414-559-2123 www.forge-forward.org   Transgender, Gender-variant, and Intersex Justice Project - legal services and advoacy 415-554-8591 www.tgijp.org   Transgender Law Center - national trans legal support 510-587-9898 www.transgenderlawcenter.org   England The Switchboard - LGBT support hotline- answers calls in England, Scotland and Wales 020 7837 6768 switchboard.lgbt   Ireland LGBT Ireland - LGBT support hotline 1890 929 539 www.lgbt.ie   Scotland LGBT Health and Wellbeing  - LGBT hotline 0141 271 2330 www.lgbthealth.org.uk   Wales LGBT Cymru Helpline - LGBT support hotline 01792 828057 or 0800 980 4021 www.lgbtcymru.org.uk Canada LGBT Youthline for those 29 and younger 800-268-9688 also provides online chat www.youthline.ca   The Canada Suicide Prevention Service 1.833.456.4566 Available 24/7/365 in both English and French https://www.crisisservicescanada.ca/     South Africa Gay and Lesbian Network - LGBT hotline 033 342 6165 gaylesbian.org.za   Australia Q Life 1800 184 527 www.qlife.org.au   Lifeline - 24 hour suicide prevention hotline - not LGBT specific but affirming 02 6215 6215 9400 www.lifeline.org.au   Northern Ireland Lifeline - crisis hotline - not LGBT specific but affirming 0808 808 8000 www.lifelinehelpline.info   New Zealand Outline NZ - LGBT support hotline 0800 688 5463 www.outline.org.nz
    1970 Posted by Katie Glover
  • It’s been estimated that Transgender people are twice as likely to think about and attempt suicide as LGB people.  The suicide rates for Transgender people are far, far higher than the national averages in most countries.  It’s difficult to know exactly though, because gender identity is not normally recorded on death certificates. However, in the United States, a survey carried out in 2015 by the National Center for Transgender Equality showed that around 40% of adults who took part reported having attempted suicide at some stage in their lifetime.  That’s nearly nine times the normal rate of attempted suicide among the general US population. We want all of our members to stay safe and the good news is that there are many good people out there who are able to help those of us who are feeling so depressed that we just want it all to stop.  This is fixable.  We just need to allow others to help. Below is a list of mainly support hotlines for several English speaking countries which are generally where our members come from.  Most are able to offer additional support and resources in each of their respective countries.   I want you to promise me that if you ever find that you can’t cope, that you will try calling one of these hotlines before you do anything silly. Promise? United States LGBT National Help Center - calls answered in the US and Canada, chat international LGBT National Hotline 888-843-4564 LGBT National Youth Talkline 800-246-7743 LGBT National Senior Hotline 888-234-7243 LGBT Online chat (all ages) www.lgbthotline.org/chat www.lgbthotline.org   Blackline - 24 hour hotline support geared towards POC, Native and Muslim LGBTQI community 800-604-5841 www.callblackline.com   Crisis Text Line - Not LGBT specific but trained and supportive. Text: 741741 www.crisistextline.org   DeQH Helpline - LGBTQ hotline for South Asian individuals. 908-367-3374 www.deqh.org   IM Alive - online crisis chat service.  Not LGBT specific but affirming and supportive www.imalive.org   Translate line - Trans specific support hotline US: 877-565-8860 Canada: 877-330-6366 www.translifeline.org   Trevor Project - LGBTQ suicide prevention hotline for 25 and younger 866-488-7386 www.thetrevorproject.org   US National Orgs FORGE - national Trans org forced on anti-violence 414-559-2123 www.forge-forward.org   Transgender, Gender-variant, and Intersex Justice Project - legal services and advoacy 415-554-8591 www.tgijp.org   Transgender Law Center - national trans legal support 510-587-9898 www.transgenderlawcenter.org   England The Switchboard - LGBT support hotline- answers calls in England, Scotland and Wales 020 7837 6768 switchboard.lgbt   Ireland LGBT Ireland - LGBT support hotline 1890 929 539 www.lgbt.ie   Scotland LGBT Health and Wellbeing  - LGBT hotline 0141 271 2330 www.lgbthealth.org.uk   Wales LGBT Cymru Helpline - LGBT support hotline 01792 828057 or 0800 980 4021 www.lgbtcymru.org.uk Canada LGBT Youthline for those 29 and younger 800-268-9688 also provides online chat www.youthline.ca   The Canada Suicide Prevention Service 1.833.456.4566 Available 24/7/365 in both English and French https://www.crisisservicescanada.ca/     South Africa Gay and Lesbian Network - LGBT hotline 033 342 6165 gaylesbian.org.za   Australia Q Life 1800 184 527 www.qlife.org.au   Lifeline - 24 hour suicide prevention hotline - not LGBT specific but affirming 02 6215 6215 9400 www.lifeline.org.au   Northern Ireland Lifeline - crisis hotline - not LGBT specific but affirming 0808 808 8000 www.lifelinehelpline.info   New Zealand Outline NZ - LGBT support hotline 0800 688 5463 www.outline.org.nz
    Nov 21, 2020 1970
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    1384 Posted by Katie Glover
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