The "Three P's"
Every once in awhile these stray thoughts run through my noggin and I have to put them down in words before they go into the huge never-never land of my brain.
I don't get into the topic of presentation much here at all for various reasons.
I believe one person's successful presentation is another's dismal failure number one and number two most of us follow a progression of moving past presentation into perception. We are who we are.
That is not to say you should ignore the basic styles and fashion of the gender we are moving into. After all that can be the fun part!
When you totally perceive yourself to be your gender of choice then you are home free with most of the public. They know it's not just dressing up for you if you are wearing your new heels or that new tie (for you trans guys).
|Male India actor with a great example of softening the male triangle. Long straight hair over the shoulders and of course the breasts which become the focal point of the look.|
Another "P" word which pushed it's way to the surface this morning was proportion. Even though I'm far from being a small humanoid, a dear friend has always pushed the proportion word on me. She pointed out that my big parts just seemed to fit together. I've always believed (as evidenced by the zillions of on line cross dresser pix and video's) that many men have really good looking female legs. Of course the cross dressers get fixated on them and forget their bodies are like a triangle-with the point at the bottom and the top across those broad shoulders most of us have. We know there are many ways to fix proportion from do it yourself foam to purchased fixes to hormones.
The final "P" I'm tossing into this post is power.
Your inner belief in yourself gives you a power of being which people sense. That purpose will take you far.
All right dammit, enough of playing with the "P's". So I did more than three-never said I could count! You get the point! (Sorry)