I wondered if there was something in my speech or mannerisms that caused their reaction?I was not intentionally speaking or acting in an affected manner.I felt that I was a typical boy and I enjoyed doing "boy things," unlike many trans sisters, who as children, hated "boy things" and preferred "girl things."I enjoyed boy activities... I was not your typical rough and tumble boy and I did not like to take part in any activities where pain was a possibility.
If I desire to live full-time as a woman, am I still a crossdresser? something beyond a crossdresser, but not quite a transsexual mainly because I never felt that I was a woman trapped inside the body of a male.
As a youngster, I participated in sports (baseball and football) and played "boy games" (cowboys, war, spacemen, etc.).
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I'm sure there are many of you out there who have visited Stana's Femulate site. It's a wonderful resource for fashion, and crossdressing and also includes Stana's daily activity updates and even a touch of her own brand of humor.
I identify as transgender, more specifically, a heterosexual male-to-female crossdresser, who crossdresses once or twice per month (in deference to my spouse).During his 2nd dive trip, he learned a very painful lesson.He swam for hours, searching the sea floor at a depth of about 30 feet – believing that the water would filter out the sun’s harmful rays.What's a series of guest posts, focusing on crossdressing, without featuring one from my friend, Stana?Stana is very well known in the T Community, both internationally via her blog, but also locally, via her outreach activity.However, I readily admit that if I had the opportunity, I would crossdress 24/7 and live full-time as a female without surgery, hormones, or other body modifications.