Trannie Titbits by Trudie
No two journeys are the same, but no journey is unique. That’s a fact I’ve learnt from many discussions within our diverse community in person and through chat lines and forums. There are some common themes especially around the early stages. The drawing on of mothers, sisters, aunts etc. intimate apparel and the excitement and confusion this caused is fairly ubiquitous. Our sexuality is pretty diverse too. Many start out strictly heterosexual, but over time such a classification becomes unnecessary and limiting to where the journey might naturally lead one. For some, maybe many, the embrace of femininity causes one to ponder adding the exploration of their female side sexually i.e. making love as a woman. Perhaps the first ten . . .
Further to the previous blog about first meets this provides a few personal tips about what to do when that life-changing moment is upon you….the first meet. So there you are - together at last. With so many false starts and no-shows it has finally all come together. There is palpable excitement plus nerves -a heady mix for sure. I have some suggestions for this first encounter based on my experience but these things are highly personal and there is no one size fits all as it were. My first suggestion is to spend some time just letting it all sink in. The journey to this point has probably been quite fraught so no need to jump right in. Take time to get to know one another. A glass of wine I think is a must…still white or bet . . .
As your dressing progresses it is quite normal to think about meeting others who share the same passion. There could be several reasons pulling you in this direction. From sharing and learning tips, wanting to socialise with anther gurl, or even going further to experience feminine love making. Whatever your motivation I have developed some guidelines based on my experiences and they are written as indication of what might happen. No two experiences are the same, however. Firstly, getting to meet is perhaps the biggest challenge. You might have thought getting to accept the fact that you want to meet is the biggest step and maybe it is, but the biggest hurdle is the actual meet. We have a term for it… time wasters. Most of the time . . .
Once I’d told my gorgeous girlfriend about my cross dressing she was completely fascinated. A few months later when I flew to Canberra where she lived I was a bit trepidatious. She had told me she had a surprise for me but wouldn’t say what it was. The only hint . . .
When you have slipped on your first pair of panties and the indescribable sensations play across your body and drill deep into your brain often you follow this up with shame. What were you thinking? What sort of pervert are you? Pre-internet it was hard to know whether you w . . .
At some stage in every gurl’s life the prospect of a transformation arises. By transformation I mean getting completely made over from head to toe and allowing for your inner woman to emerge. It’s a make-over on steroids is probably the best way to describe it. M . . .
‘Lifting the veil’ to someone close to you isn’t easy. Despite some hints you might have dropped it is likely to come as a shock and generally I think you cannot really predict how the message will be received. Even the most outgoing and liberal woman may r . . .
So, there I am now with a bra to my name. While I didn’t deliberately hide it upon returning home I didn’t place it amongst the panties that were laid out at the back of my underwear drawer. I instead put it in the sock drawer. It was partly to keep it quiet I su . . .
You Need to Read Part One First A hurried trip to the bathroom saw me deposit the panties back to the laundry basket my feverish attempt to remove excess evidence pretty unconvincing. I was hoping the laundry basket would get dumped into the washing machine holus bolus. Tha . . .
There’s one thing your Mum finding out you have this thing for women’s underwear (and hers to boot) but it is something else to tell another person about it. No not Dad thank god! My Mum and her sister, my Aunt, were close despite a 6 year age gap and quite diffe . . .
It may be unfair to say because we live in a much more different age – the internet for starters – that things are much easier for gurls nowadays. Maybe so? Growing up in the 60s and entering puberty in the 70s, when the urge to dress seems to kick in for many, w . . .
Women of a certain age would amongst other qualities wish to regard themselves as great cooks and this is no better displayed than at Christmas. Having a good stuffing recipe is essential. The same is true to some degree with trans women but the stuffing in question is often . . .
I wrote previously about wearing my Grandmothers shoes when I was younger playing dress-up which got me thinking about the role of shoes in the life of a trans person. When starting out and not going beyond the bounds of your bedroom or house the shoe seems to be a luxury. A . . .
This is the first of an occasional series of blogs that deals with cross dressing and transgender issues. Firstly let’s not too excited by terminology. In the community we are all the same and yet at the same time all different. Our respect and love for each other is p . . .
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