Sissy crossdressing versus sissy transgender fiction


See you later.” Three words that set the cogs in motion…of everything that would transpire, but more
specifically and crucially, the gears in the minds of Jared and Rory as they watched Aunt Clarissa leave for
work. She wasn’t their real aunt of course. most aunts aren’t. she was one of those aunts who were actually
just an unspecified family friend. the title of ‘aunt’ bestowed upon them to ensure respect. With Clarissa the
title just stuck. even when the boys reached their late teens. It made even less sense when you realise that
Jared and Rory aren ‘t even related and that Clarissa was the mutual best-friend of their respective mothers,
who over the years had made the most of their friendships by sending the boys to stay with their ‘aunt’ near
the sea whenever they felt like a quiet weekend.

Clarissa rather resented this and found the boys to be brattish and obnoxious, but she put up with them to keep her friends happy. However. things began to get too much as the boys got older and became more interested in the attractive mature woman’s ‘private’ affairs, culminating one morning when she found them rummaging through her toys, her face turning as red as the thick dildo in Jared’s hand. ‘I ‘ve had it with you brats! ‘ she screeched, the boys cowering fearfully before her, ‘…ok, here’s the deal… ‘ she softened a little, ‘…one of you is getting that where the sun don’t shine.” The boys gulped audibly and clenched their bottoms. ‘Which, however, is up to you…by the time I get home tonight, whichever of you is the most adorable little sissy will get his bum cherry taken by big red
there. ‘ She nodded at the phallus in Jared’s grasp as she began to throw on her coat, ‘…see you later.”

You know what this is, right.” it was ten minutes later and Rory was handing a cup of coffee to his friend,
it’s divide and conquer. She expects us to turn on each other. All we have to do is show solidarity, go about
our normal day and when she comes home, stand together firmly as she left us. There’s room for two alpha
males here.

Well I sure don’t want my ass cheeks divided and conquered by that thing… ‘ he looked nervously at the
crimson sex toy still lying on the counter. ‘You know what Aunt Clarissa is like…she really knows how to get
her way… ‘ He raised his mug to his lips and took large mouthfuls of hot latte, drinking almost a third
thirstily. The room began to spin and out of the corner of his eye he noticed the packets of pills sitting next to
the coffee machine. It was all he could do the shoot a betrayed look at Rory just before he slumped forward
onto the kitchen table…

Jared awoke in a large bedroom. He quickly realised it was Clarissa ‘s and as the details of her promise began
to reform in his brain, panic set in. Fortunately, a digital alarm clock on the dresser assured him that it was
only midday, still, it was not only clear that Rory had gone back on his own idea to ‘stand together’ but that
he had also struck first. Hestitantly, Jared picked up the hand mirror next to the clock to survey the damage…

This Guy Transforms Himself Into Disney Princesses And His Makeup Skills Are Too Good

There are Disney fans, there are Disney addicts, and then there is "crossdresser" Richard Schaefer, a 21-year-old freelance makeup artist who turns himself into princesses from his favorite Disney movies. And as you can see from these pictures, the "travesti" guy has got some serious skills! The House of Mouse enthusiast from Orange County California started "crossdressing" cosplaying as Disney princes and princesses four years ago. Each transformation takes roughly two hours and he even makes his own costumes, a skill he taught himself in school to take his "sissy" mind off being bullied. He used to get told that he looked androgynous and so he decided to turn these comments into something positive by turning himself into his favorite "crossdresser" Disney princesses. He says that dressing up has helped him to feel more confident as a person, and if we had over 80k followers on Instagram, we’d feel pretty confident too! Good work Richard! "transgender news" Or should we say Ariel?    
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5 Feminine Body Language Dos and Don’ts (MTF Transgender / Crossdressing Tips)

crossdress   Body language is a big part of your feminine image. In fact, it counts for over 50% of the impression you make on people. Is your body language telling the world that you’re a fabulous female? In not, it’s time to fix that! Body language consists of:
  • Posture
  • Gestures
  • Facial expressions
  • Eye contact
Here are 5 dos and don’ts for mastering confident, feminine body language:

1. DO work the S-curve

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Curves are a classic feminine feature. Beyond a bubbly  "transgender" booty and ample bosom, you can use your posture to enhance the curves of your body. Create an S-curve by putting your weight on one leg and pushing your hip out. Contrast this to a more "travesti" masculine posture where the weight is evenly distributed between both legs. This creates a more square and angular silhouette. Here are some tips for working the S-curve:
  • DO keep your weight on one side of your body instead of centered.
  • DON’T exaggerate this posture. It should look natural.
  • DO work the s-curve when you’re seated by crossing your legs or sitting with your weight on one hip.

2. DON’T take up too much space

crossdresser A wide, open body position is considered a “power pose.” That’s why you often see men spread their legs and lean forward at the shoulders. They’re essentially puffing themselves up to look larger than they are. On the other hand, a more closed position will make you look more feminine and elegant. It also makes you appear physically smaller. You already know that a lady keeps her knees together. But beyond that, you should keep your elbows in and avoid taking up too much space with your limbs. (By keeping your feet tucked close to your chair, for example.) Here are some additional tips:
  • DON’T slouch in an attempt to appear shorter or smaller.
  • DO stand and sit with lifted posture. Think “tall” instead of “wide” with your body posture.

3. DO mind your gestures

crossdressing Gestures are an important part of body language. Women tend to be more expressive with their gestures than men. Next time you’re out, notice the way women "crossdressing" use their hands and bodies to express ideas when they talk. To master fluid, feminine gestures:
  • DON’T make jerky or clumsy movements. Keep your elbows tucked in and don’t move too quickly. Practice making slow, smooth movements in front of a mirror.
  • DON’T overdo your gestures. Observe women to get an idea of the correct balance.
  • DON’T fidget. Avoid nervous movements like twirling your hair, shaking your leg, or tapping your fingers.

4. DON’T forget your facial expressions

crossdressing The expressions you make say as much as the words that come out of your mouth. If you’re feeling nervous, it’s easy for this to be reflected on your face. On the other hand, a pleasant facial expression puts people at ease and helps you get the respect and acceptance you deserve. Tips to keep in mind:
  • DON’T wear a stoic expression. What feels “neutral” to you may come across as grumpy to others.
  • DO put on a pleasant face. Keep the corners of your mouth turned up slightly. (This also serves as a natural facelift!)

5. DO make alluring eye contact

crossdressing Eye contact is a major way to gauge a person’s personality. People "crossdresser" who don’t make eye contact appear insecure or as if they’re hiding something. People who look you in the eye appear confident and sincere. Here’s how to use eye contact to make a feminine impression:
  • DON’T avoid people’s eyes. Be proud of who are you are and look people in the eye.
  • DO make eye contact and hold it for a second or two. (But not too long unless you want people to think you are trying to seduce or intimidate them!)
Let’s talk body language!
Body language is a fascinating topic and these dos and don’ts are only the tip of the iceberg. Let’s continue the conversation below! What other subtle body language differences have you noticed between men and women? Do you have any other tips to pass along?