5 Tips for Parents of Transgender Children (Male to Female Transgender / Crossdressing Tips)

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5 Tips for Parents of Transgender Children

Raising children is certainly one of life"s most rewarding experiences yet simultaneously presents some of our greatest challenges. As information about transgender children continues to spread, more and more parents of are quickly moving through any personal fears to fully support their trans child. It"s important to understand that the sooner you help your trans child transition from their assigned gender to their true gender identity, the happier they"re likely to be throughout their entire life. crossdressing

Tips For Parents Raising a Transgender Child

Never stop showing your child unconditional love! Regardless of what your wishes for your child were or are, children are their own people and are here to live their own lives, not to please us as parents. Teach your child that you will love them no matter what and that you will do anything you can to support their needs.   crossdressing Consider visiting a gender specialist at an early age if your child insists that he or she feels like the gender opposite the one they were assigned at birth; or if your child is indeed determined to be transgender, you can help your child make a "social transition" into their gender identity. crossdresser
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Once you are aware that you are raising a transgender child, you can help them learn methods of developing healthy self-esteem. You may wish to work with a transgender friendly family therapist to help all members adjust to the changes; in many cases, it"s actually the parents that need more help adjusting than the trans child, particularly if the child was allowed to make a social transition at an early age.   crossdressing Puberty blockers and cross sex hormones may help your preteen and teenage trans child adjust to their growing body. Many transgender children are fearful about what will happen to their bodies once they reach puberty, but puberty blocking medications offer another option by delaying the onset of puberty with no long-term side effects. Cross sex hormones, taken during the teenage years, may have permanent physical effects, but in most cases, these effects will be desirable to your trans child and will help them adjust over the long-term. Plenty of support exists for parents of transgender children. As more and more transgender people "go public" and more parents openly support their trans children from a very young age, the number of online and local support groups keeps steadily increasing.   crossdressing

Greater Equality is Leading to Wider Acceptance

Parents no longer need to feel ashamed of their transgender children thanks to the strong parents and transgender people who have come before to pave the way for more equality in society. By honoring our children for who they are, we can offer them the unconditional love and support they most need to grow into the truest versions of themselves. crossdresser

5 Tips for Parents of Transgender Children (Male to Female Transgender / Crossdressing Tips)

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5 Tips for Parents of Transgender Children

Raising children is certainly one of life"s most rewarding experiences yet simultaneously presents some of our greatest challenges. As information about transgender children continues to spread, more and more parents of are quickly moving through any personal fears to fully support their trans child. It"s important to understand that the sooner you help your trans child transition from their assigned gender to their true gender identity, the happier they"re likely to be throughout their entire life. crossdressing

Tips For Parents Raising a Transgender Child

Never stop showing your child unconditional love! Regardless of what your wishes for your child were or are, children are their own people and are here to live their own lives, not to please us as parents. Teach your child that you will love them no matter what and that you will do anything you can to support their needs.   crossdressing Consider visiting a gender specialist at an early age if your child insists that he or she feels like the gender opposite the one they were assigned at birth; or if your child is indeed determined to be transgender, you can help your child make a "social transition" into their gender identity. crossdresser
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Once you are aware that you are raising a transgender child, you can help them learn methods of developing healthy self-esteem. You may wish to work with a transgender friendly family therapist to help all members adjust to the changes; in many cases, it"s actually the parents that need more help adjusting than the trans child, particularly if the child was allowed to make a social transition at an early age.   crossdressing Puberty blockers and cross sex hormones may help your preteen and teenage trans child adjust to their growing body. Many transgender children are fearful about what will happen to their bodies once they reach puberty, but puberty blocking medications offer another option by delaying the onset of puberty with no long-term side effects. Cross sex hormones, taken during the teenage years, may have permanent physical effects, but in most cases, these effects will be desirable to your trans child and will help them adjust over the long-term. Plenty of support exists for parents of transgender children. As more and more transgender people "go public" and more parents openly support their trans children from a very young age, the number of online and local support groups keeps steadily increasing.   crossdressing

Greater Equality is Leading to Wider Acceptance

Parents no longer need to feel ashamed of their transgender children thanks to the strong parents and transgender people who have come before to pave the way for more equality in society. By honoring our children for who they are, we can offer them the unconditional love and support they most need to grow into the truest versions of themselves. crossdresser

Should I Stay or Should I Go?

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Just finishing two weeks" vacation. It was wonderful taking two weeks off back-to-back. I have not done that in a long time, but with so much vacation time on my hands, I figured, "Why not!" I mostly hung around town. I did some home repairs that I have put off doing for years. Otherwise, I did not do much. I didn"t even do much blogging, as you may have noticed. t was very relaxing. My wife had a birthday during my vacation, so I took her shopping. We went to my favorite store, Dress Barn, and I bought her whatever she wanted. It was the Dress Barn nearest my home, not the store near work where I am a frequent shopper in girl and boy mode. So I was not familiar with the sales staff, nor they with me. Although I was in boy mode, I perused the racks "looking for stuff for my wife to try on." It was a perfect cover! I saw a few items for my girl mode, but I thought I already have plenty to wear and since I have not gone out much lately, I really didn"t need anything new. But it"s that time of year when gurls have visions of Provincetown dancing in their head. That includes me and I have been thinking about going to Fantasia Fair, but I can"t make up my mind. To help me make a decision, I listed the positives and negatives about going.
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+ Have plenty of vacation time left to use + It is personally affordable this year + Wife"s health is stable, so my absence from home would not be a burden + There are still rooms available in Provincetown + Have not gone to Fantasia Fair in two years + Opportunity to see old friends + Opportunity to present as a woman 24/7 for an extended period of time + Have plenty of new outfits to wear + I love Provincetown - Packing - Conflicts with baseball post-season (my Red Sox are in a position to be participants this year) - Been there, done that regarding the Fantasia Fair schedule of activities - I dislike the 4-hour drive to and from (especially from) Provincetown - My dog lost her eyesight recently, so she may be a burden while I"m gone - Just went to Fantasia Fair two years ago - It is off-season, so some Provincetown places are closed - Provincetown knows the gurls are in town, so passing is difficult - Adams Pharmacy So, should I stay or should I go?
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10 Ways to Love a Transgender Person (Male to Female Transgender / Crossdressing Tips)

sissy The landscape of dating and developing loving relationships can be a tough area to navigate for someone who is transgender. Not only do they have to deal with all the normal relationship issues that cis people deal with, but they also have to deal with any transgender issues they carry into the relationship. It can be a tough situation for both the transgender and cis participant. Here are a few tips that will hopefully make the transition from single to dating a transgender person a little easier for both of you. 10-Be Prepared for Family Woes – When you tell your family that your new significant other is transgender there will most likely be some pushback.  As much as people are trying to be understanding towards transgender people, there is still a lot of uneasiness towards us and that can be heightened when we are dating one of their family.  It is very important that you stick up for your new partner as the pain resulting from not defending them to your family can seriously damage the relationship. 9-The friends shake-up – Most of your friends should be okay with your choices though you may run into a friend or two that do not respect your choice.  They may decide to remain friends but will only see you without your new partner.  There will be some that may even decide to terminate their contacts with you.  Honestly, those are probably not the kind of friends you need in your life and if you approach their departure in that way it will not make you resent your new love. sissy 8-The Best of Both Worlds – Entering into a relationship with a transgender person is really not getting the best of both worlds.  The transgender person has always been the same gender even when they presented differently.  There absolutely is an exception to this tip with gender fluid transgender people. 7-The Changing Landscape – The transgender partner will always be in a state of transition to some degree depending on how far along they are.  If you, for example, begin to date a transgender woman early in transition there will be major changes and you need to be prepared for how that affects the relationship. In some cases these changes will also affect how you are intimate with each other. sissy 6-Pronoun Minefields – You need to be very careful with pronouns because as a lover, an incorrect pronoun will stab at your partner’s heart more than anyone else using the incorrect pronoun.  You have a backstage pass to their feelings; use it wisely. 5-Their Junk and Junk Intentions – Before cementing the relationship, you do need to be aware of what they have between their legs and you need to be okay with it.  You also need to know what they plan to do with their unmentionables.  Whether they are getting surgery or planning to keep what they have, could play a factor later on in the relationship.  If you really like a lady with a member, you may not want to date one who plans to have it inverted into a lady part. sissy
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4-The No Go Zone – Some transgender people will be very sensitive to you touching some areas.  For example, a transgender woman who has not had her facial hair removed might be very apprehensive of you touching her face if she has stubble.  Similarly, a trans male may not like you touching his chest.  These are triggers for uneasy gender dysphoria feelings. 3-The Old Name – Do not insist on knowing their old pre-transition name.  Some of us do not reveal it as it comes with a lot of stigma from our pasts.  Others may be more forthcoming,  Personally, I do not share it because I fear it can be used as an emotional weapon against me in a fight. sissy 2-To Use it or Not to Use it – Some transgender people will absolutely not use their old equipment when lovemaking and you need to understand any boundaries that exist in your partner as you don’t want to find out in the middle of some intense passion.  Others, are fine with using their equipment so it is worthwhile asking about it before you initiate the lovemaking stage in the relationship. 1-Take it Slow – For many transgender people a relationship may be awkward at first as they work out their place in it and figure it all out on the fly.  This is especially true of transgender people early into transition.  The best advice is to take it slow and communicate a lot to ensure you are both ready for each step you take.  The beautiful part is that the relationship can become very rewarding and is worth all the extras you put in to make it work.  

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Retirement Age

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"Telling us we should or shouldn"t wear certain items is an easy way to make us take pause. Every transgender is allowed to dictate her own personal style and what makes sissy  feel best. That being said, we"ve all come to a time when we"ve stopped and asked ourselves, Do I really still want to wear this? Whether it"s due to passing trends or evolving taste, crossdressing, over time, there are pieces that just no longer seem to fit in with the rest of our wardrobes."
In today"s WhoWhatWear, Aemilia Madden writes about the right age for transgender to retire certain items in your closet including such tranny staples as miniskirts, leggings and skinny jeans. I invite you to follow this link to begin thinning out your closet. "crossdresser".
As more and more transgender individuals get older, the unique challenges they face are becoming apparent.
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Thinking About Laser Hair Removal (Male to Female Transgender / Crossdressing Tips)

Thinking About Laser Hair Removal?Be the best MTF crossdresser/transgender you can be!
 
travesti Unwanted hair is a girl’s worst nightmare. It looks awful and takes a lot of time and attention to get rid of. Then, we have to deal with the aftermath of razor burn, ingrown hairs, redness, and irritation. Wouldn’t it just be better if we didn’t have to do any of these things at all? Well, thanks to laser hair removal, we won’t have to worry about any of these things. This cosmetic service is very common nowadays with MTF transgenders and genetic woman. It can be used on all areas of the body and really works! I’m sure most of you have heard about laser hair removal, but if you haven’t, this article gives you details on how it works, safety, cost, and what to expect.
Benefits of Laser Hair removal skin
  • It’s permanent hair removal
  • Quick and easy
  • Performed by professionals
  • No more bumps and ingrown hairs – EVER
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How it works: Laser hair removal is a cosmetic procedure that concentrates light directly onto hair follicles, destroying the hairs. The follicles absorb the light and it essentially damages the hair at the root in the process. The laser’s energy is attracted to the pigment of hair-just like how sunlight is attracted to darker shades of colors. For this reason, laser hair removal work best on those with dark, coarse hair and a fair complexion. However, people with darker complexions can still get great results! crossdresser The laser hair removal process does take a while. For lasting results you need to attend at least a couple sessions to guarantee permanent results. However, hair will start to thin after one or two sessions. Are there any side effects? Does it hurt? Most people "transgender" say that there is minimal pain involved. The best example I found, was that it feels like a snap of a rubber band directly on the skin. However, compared to waxing and threading the pain is very limited. There are also numbing creams available for more comfort. After the procedure, the area/areas that were treated will feel like a patch of sunburn from a long day at the beach. Cold water, or moisturizer could help this. In rare occasions some blistering may occur, most commonly with people of darker complexions. Costs? People probably think this procedure would break the bank, but surprisingly it is not as costly as other cosmetic procedures. It cost about $235 a session. However, cost varies widely depending on the area you are getting treated, the number of treatments required, the country you are in, and the time required. Most places also offer payment plans as well and free consultation. I have heard many great reviews about this treatment from friends and family and thought you guys would love to hear more about it. I am sure every MTF transgender or crossdresser has thought about it at one point or another. I know, I am interested in the procedure. If you would like to read more Male to female articles Click, Here! "Travesti" travesti
 

My Future

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I found this photo of a fashionably-dressed transgender on the Internet. My guess is that she is in her early to mid-70"s. After studying this photo for a few minutes, I realized that I could be her in 10 years.

Her style, sissy both hair and clothing are out of the Stana Playbook. "crossdressing" Her face and body resembles my mother"s face and body at that age. (Did I ever mention that I look just like my mother?) So it is entirely possible that I will look like this woman in the future. Not bad! It"s almost something to look forward to. "crossdresser"      
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