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Question: Read this if you are gay, a lesbian, or transgendered, or have any intrest learning about people who are!?
(Posted by: Corgan on 2012-05-28 09:27:19)
I was thinking about starting a YouTube channel about this, but I need ur help! Leave stories and experiences here so I can put them in my videos! My channel name is NeverBeJudged :)
Posted by: Pietro on 2012-05-28, 09:29:19
This is Yahoo Answers, i think your issue should go to a blog or some other place for placing comments.
Posted by: Dominique on 2012-05-28, 09:37:24
I am straight and have two precious little girls who are 3 and 1/ 2 weeks old. I strongly support people who are gay, lesbian, trans. amd bi. I feel you are who you want to be and tour sexuality or gender doesn't matter. I don't have any personal stories but I feel what you are doing is AWESOME!!!! I will check out your channel. Keep strong:)
Posted by: Saint Mary's client on 2012-05-28, 09:50:52
I'm honestly not homosexual or transgender, and i'm not interested in learning about them because.....I really don't care. Then again, I really am not interested in learning about straight people either or how bread is made. I'm sorry for clicking on this, but you told me not to, which makes me want to. y'know what I mean. Anyway, I support your channel. Judging people is wrong......so fuck the police! I do think that 'gay' is used as a negative term, which I don't like. Homophobia is abundantly around me daily.
Posted by: big and beautiful on 2012-05-28, 09:53:30
I think this is a great idea!. I wanna subscribe to this for sure but I cannot find your channel name :( what category are you under? I have experienced being in relationships where the other person are always wondering if I am as wild sexually as they are and that makes me soo annoyed. What is the deal with that?
Posted by: Rose on 2012-05-28, 09:59:29
My Coming Out Experience: my mom i had to come out three times before she got it. First time was freshman year and i said "mom, im thinking of joining the GSA " and she laughed and was like "gay people only join that...is there something youre not telling me? " jokeningly...i chickened out and said no. Then i tred again sophmore year and broke down crying my bed and said "mom, i think im gay...im not into guys at all i always notice girls... " and she started interrogating me like "do you fantasize about girls??? " "do you think aobut them in a sexual way or are you just noticing they are attractive???theres a difference! " and stuff like that....i froze up and couldnt answer cause i felt like she was being overly aggressive and attacking me (which she was...her tone of voice was very confrontational) and then she just concluded and told me i just wasnt into guys and i would be into guys when i was eighteen. (i was 16 at the time...) and then the third time was junior year and i was a bit more adament i was like "mom, im gay " and at first she seemed chill with it....but then she started saying stuff like "i know youre 100% convinced youre gay, but im not so sure! " and accused me of "having a phobia of guys " and saying im "full of bullshit " and got really quiet and gave me a dissapointed look whenever i brought up my crush or reminded her of my gayness...and she would ignore me and stuff. It was bad. My dad was just like "okay. " and i was like, "are you okay with that? " and he was like, "yeah. It doesnt matter. " and i was surprised by his utter indifference. I then asked him if he was surprised and he was like "no, i mean i had started to wonder... youve shown NO interest in guys...like zero. " and i was like "hehe. yeah... " i kept waiting for him to explode at me, but he didnt. He isnt exactly the most open person though, i mean, he still wants me to hide it, but he reacted better than my mom at least...i mean, he at least believes me.... I havent told anyone else yet, except for a two friends that i know are gay too....honestly, im terrified about how my friends and family will react. I know for a fact most of my friends and family are homophobic...
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