Tag: advice for cross-dressers

Where Do Cross-dressers Fit into the Transgender Community?

Where Do Cross-dressers Fit into the Transgender Community?
Transgender women Caitlyn, Laverne, Amelia, Jenna, and Isis are among many who have come out to tell their stories in the media. These ladies are defining the word transgender for society faster than we can watch their TV shows or latest fashion spread! These Trans women are fierce, as they are strong-willed, have big personalities,... Read more »

A Cross-dresser’s Prospective on Cross-dressing

A Cross-dresser’s Prospective on Cross-dressing
The last article I posted, “Cross-dressers Challenge for Acceptance” prompted a number of comments. These comments were sent directly to me because some people don’t use Facebook and this blog requires an FB account to post. Below is a comment from Falecia. Falecia is a business executive and offers us an interesting prospective on cross-dressing.... Read more »

Dating a Cross-dresser

Dating a Cross-dresser
Dating for a cross-dresser is complicated. There will be a point in a dating relationship where a cross-dresser will feel compelled to reveal their femme side to their new love interest before the relationship gets too serious. Many cross-dressers are divorced after many years of marriage. It may be their first or second marriage, most... Read more »
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Cross-dresser Tasi: Wife, Children and the Future

Cross-dresser Tasi: Wife, Children and the Future
This is the second part of a two part series interview with Tasi, a former international corporate executive who is now retired and living in Mexico. Tasi is the founder of Sister House, a website offering resources for the cross-dressing and transgender community. From fashion to dealing with family issues to laws to protect the... Read more »

Cross-dresser: Making Amends to Your Loved Ones

Cross-dresser: Making Amends to Your Loved Ones
Christina, a cross-dresser since a child wrote me about making amends to his wife and children. Christina speaks: “I first wore woman’s clothing fifty years ago and have never been able to stop, and I’ve wanted to believe me.  I’ve tried therapy several times, “purging”, just giving it up.  Of course none of that worked. ... Read more »