One piece to the transgender transition journey is the time a person spends being androgynous. The gender "never-never land." I find it a relatively frustrating place to be on occasion. I know where I am going but I'm like a kid in the back seat asking parents every half hour, "are we there yet?"
Also, androgyny offers a certain seduction to other human critters. On the negative side, it leads to people being scared, bullied and violence.
Until I can make the final jump into the girl's sandbox, I am stuck with a certain amount of androgyny. The amount of attention I get on occasion is fun and other times tedious but (I hate this line) - it is what it is. I wanted this, love this and here I am. Interestingly, this weekend, I felt a real live "period" . Without the obvious happenings of course, my breasts were hard and sore and I felt out of sorts all weekend. Over the past couple of years, I have felt these feelings over a period of time (no pun intended) but never a condensed time period. Believe me, I'm keeping track of the dates to see if I am on some sort of monthly cycle. Heading back to my androgyny subject matter, I know generic males have their own type of period too!
Also I know more than a few of you Cyrsti's Condo regulars will the like the touch of a gender androgyne. Enjoy a pix of the Russian MtF androgynous model Andrew Gordiychuk.- rocking a hot shade of red lipstick and nails! Find more on the New Male Fashion site here.
The inspiration for this post comes from a new participant in my cross dresser- transgender support group. She recently posted for the first...
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