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Seeing Her For Who She Is

This post is for Trish, one of the bravest women I know and whom I feel honored to call my friend…

“It’s all right for a woman to be, above all, human. I am a woman first of all.” —Anais Nin

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Who She Is Not

Let me be crystal clear…

She’s not . . . → Read More: Seeing Her For Who She Is

“Do You Help TS Ladies?” (Part Four)

And Then There Is the Practical…

Whether or not you are currently, haven’t begun yet or do not intend to take pharmaceutical grade hormones which do affect your physicality, taking care of your body ALL the time is essential, and everyone who aims to maximize personal femininity, regardless of particular gender identity, needs to . . . → Read More: “Do You Help TS Ladies?” (Part Four)

“Do You Help TS Ladies?” (Part Three)

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Accepting Your Beautiful Imperfect Body

Don’t judge yourself unfairly or too harshly when looking at your own femininity and assets. No one’s body is perfect -not mine and not yours- but their ours to pamper, love, and enrich in a way that heightens . . . → Read More: “Do You Help TS Ladies?” (Part Three)

“Do You Help TS Ladies?” (Part Two)

A Place For All

Everyone needs and deserves to have a free space, a sanctuary, a safe haven where masks are allowed to be dropped; the expectations of others is of no consequence or matter; authenticity is not a gift, but a constant given; and who you are -and I mean who you really . . . → Read More: “Do You Help TS Ladies?” (Part Two)

“Do You Help TS Ladies?” (Part One)

A Good Question Deserves a Good Answer

Sometimes a blog comment warrants it’s own complete post…

After recently speaking to a wonderful friend and trans-woman who is finally beginning to really come into her own, I had a flash of a certain comment left in response to one of my posts, and I could . . . → Read More: “Do You Help TS Ladies?” (Part One)