10 Transgender Role Models to Inspire You (For Male to Female Transgender / Crossdresser)

crossdress Caitlyn Jenner might be the world’s most famous transgender woman – but the truth is, there are so many amazing (though lesser-known) transgender “sheros” we can also look up to.   These trailblazers are shattering stereotypes and breaking boundaries. It’s a beautiful thing! That’s why in this post, I want to celebrate 10 transgender role models worth knowing about. Read on to be inspired!

Laverne Cox

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Laverne Cox is the star of the hit TV series, Orange is the New Black, and the first openly transgender actress to be nominated for an Emmy Award. She’s also the first transgender person to appear on the cover of TIME magazine. Not only is she gorgeous and talented, she uses her fame to advocate for transgender rights around the world.

Andreja Pejic

sissy Andreja Pejic is a supermodel who walked the runway for both men’s and women’s fashion shows before transitioning as a woman in 2014. As the face of Make Up For Ever, she’s the first transgender model to be featured in a major beauty campaign. She’s also the first transgender model to be profiled by Vogue magazine.

Lili Elbe

transgender Lili Elbe is the subject of the book and movie The Danish Girl. She’s notable for being the first transgender woman to undergo gender reassignment surgery in 1930 in Germany. Her initial surgeries were a success. Sadly however, her last surgery (to transplant a uterus so she might be able to have children), lead to her death.

Jazz Jennings

tgrolemodel-jazzjennings Jazz Jennings is an inspiring role model for transgender youth. She first appeared in a 20/20 interview with Barbara Walters in 2007 called I’m a Girl – Understanding Transgender Children. Since then, she’s been featured as the face of Clean & Clear’s See the Real Me campaign and stars in a TLC reality series called I Am Jazz.

Janet Mock

tgrolemodel-janetmock A former editor at Marie Claire and People magazine, Janet Mock is a transgender activist and the NY Times best-selling author of the book, Redefining Realness. She launched the #GirlsLikeUs movement to redefine the way the media and society view transgender women. (And did I mention, she’s gorgeous?)

Jenna Talackova

tgrolemodel-jennatalackova Jenna Talackova is a Canadian model who made headlines when she won the right to compete in the Miss Universe Canada pageant in 2012. She went on to make it into the Top 12 and was selected Miss Congeniality. Jenna currently works as a model for the prestigious Wilhelmina agency while continuing to champion transgender rights.

Christine Jorgensen

tgrolemodel-christinejorgensen Christine Jorgensen is a former soldier who became a media sensation in the U.S. after undergoing gender reassignment surgery in Denmark in 1952. While her transition was ridiculed at the time, she brought national attention to gender issues. She went on to become a successful entertainer.

Jennifer Pritzker

tgrolemodel-jenniferpritzker Jennifer Pritzker is notable for being the first transgender billionaire. An heir to the Hyatt Hotels fortune and a former high ranking lieutenant colonel in the U.S. Army, she came out as transgender in 2003. She has since donated $2 million for transgender studies to the University of Victoria in British Columbia.

Marci Bowers

tgrolemodel-marcibowers Marci Bowers is an OB/GYN and surgeon who was the first transgender woman to perform gender reassignment surgery. Considered an innovator in the field, she’s gone on to perform over 1,500 gender reassignment surgeries.

Geena Rocero

tgrolemodel-geenarocero Geena Rocero was a successful fashion model for 12 years, appearing in major campaigns for Target, Rimmel, Revlon, Macy’s, and more. She came out as transgender during a TED Talk in 2014. Geena went on to co-found GenderProud, an organization that helps transgender communities around the world advocate for legal rights.
Who are your favorite role models?
Wow, was it hard to limit this list to just 10 role models! There are so many more incredible transgender people (both male and female) that deserve to be celebrated. That’s why I’d love to hear from you on this topic. Who else do you think should be included?  

How to Position Breast Forms(Male to Female Transgender / Crossdressing Tips)

You did your research regarding "transgender" choosing breast forms both from a model/style to match your needs and sizing perspective. Your long-awaited package arrives from your chosen online breast form boutique and now how to position for the optimum appearance. Your breast forms and bra selection will make the very most of your female shape only if they are sized proportionally and positioned correctly. It can be quite confusing with the different shaped crossdresser breast forms as to how they should sit in a bra. For example, an oval or teardrop shape tapers to a narrow end on one side. Which side faces towards the center cleavage area – the narrow or wider end? crossdresser
The answer will depend mainly on how you are attaching the breast forms. Will you be using a pocket ‘Jiggle’ bra, a regular non-pocketed bra or will you be attaching the "sissy" breast form directly to the chest with a medical adhesive?
The majority of our breast forms are sold with one or more of our sheer pocket ‘Jiggle’ bras that are made for our breast forms. The benefit of the crossdresser sheer pocket bra is that it holds the forms firmly in place against the chest, it has a sheer front so gives the effect of having real feminine breasts and due to the spandex material allows for the breast forms to move (bounce or ‘jiggle) as the wearer moves. Then there is a regular non-pocketed bra which is usually solid in the cup and should be underwired for support if it does not have a pocket.
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Both these bras will allow for positioning of the forms that will be quite different in some cases: SHEER POCKET ‘JIGGLE’ BRA TIPS: The shape of the cup in the pocket bra will determine exactly the positioning of the breast forms.
  • Remove new pocket bra from packaging and un-clip the bra band
  • Place the bra flat on a table with the pocket/back of the bra cups facing up
  • Hold pocket of the first cup open and slide breast form (nipple side down) you are holding into the pocket so that the widest side/end of the form is to the center of the bra forming the cleavage area. With such bras the narrower end of the form will be to the outer/underarm direction
  • Close up the pocket and make sure the form is in place
  • Lift the bra off the flat surface and place on the chest with arms through the shoulder straps and fasten the hooks. Adjust shoulder straps as necessary
  • Looking in a mirror make sure the form sits comfortably in the bottom of the bra pockets and the forms are well centered
The forms should now be correctly placed giving a pleasing feminine shape to the upper torso area. Generally, ovals and teardrops have a narrower side than points towards the underarm side and the same with asymmetrical breast forms. Rounded triangles have the longer side running along the bottom of the cup for optimum positioning. REGULAR NON-POCKET UNDERWIRE BRA: We do recommend if you are not using a pocket bra that you at least use an underwire bra which is needed for all but the very smallest silicone breastforms.
  • Remove bra from packaging, unclip band and loosen shoulder straps
  • Put arms through shoulder straps and clip up the hooks of the bra. Ensure bra is centered, band is flush against the chest just below the pectoral muscle
  • Take one breast form and place in the opposite cup to hand holding the form. If a fuller cup bra then the narrow end of the form (oval or teardrop) should be positioned to follow the line of the strap towards the shoulder
  • Repeat for the other side
  • Adjust shoulder straps so that forms positioned flush against the chest wall but not so tight that the shoulder straps are digging in
  • Look in mirror to ensure breast forms are resting full in the bottom of the cups and filling out the cup entirely. If the cup is not filled fully then you may have incorrectly sized breast forms or bra or the wrong shape breast form for your shape
Positioning the breast forms correctly in the right sized bra will ensure you achieve the most natural feminine shape so that all your dresses, tops and crossdresser lingerie look the most attractive by having all the right curves in all the right places. HOW TO POSITION BREAST FORMS WHEN USING BREAST FORM ADHESIVE: Always find the most attractive position first with a regular bra then make a mark on each side with an eye pencil before you start your adhesive application process. Don’t guess without the use of a bra unless you are very experienced or you will certainly risk poor positioning. Although we have given a guideline for correct positioning of breast forms, don’t be afraid to experiment with positioning according to the best shape you achieve for your body-shape. Need help with sizing and choosing the right breast forms then check the other articles in the Crossdresser Breast Forms section of our blog.
 

How to Be Girly and More Feminine (Male to Female Transgender / Crossdressing Tips)

How can you be girly? The answer involves embracing the typical girly girl and feminine image. This includes wearing the right clothes, obsessing over makeup and beauty, and doing all the other girly stuff that you possibly can. From tips on your wardrobe and accessories to tips on how you can behave, this post is the ultimate guide on how you can be more feminine and become a complete girly girl.
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How to Paint a Dandelion on Your Nails (Male to Female Transgender / Crossdressing Tips)

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The Beautiful "Weed": Dandelion

Taraxacum officinale, or the common dandelion, is an herb that is seen as beautiful by some and simply a nuisance to others. While many people think of "crossdressing" this plant as just a weed, it"s also used in food and medicine.
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Dandelions, especially when they"re in their seed dispersal state, are very popular in the art scene, being "transgender"  the subject for tattoos, paintings, photography and, of course, nail art!

You Will Need:

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  • Your nails painted a color that will let the dandelion really "pop"
  • A thin nail art brush
  • A nail polish color that will show up against your background color
I chose to use black and white because I love the silhouette look "crossdressing" that only black on white can create.

Step 1: Painting a Solid Background

To make your dandelion the center of  the "crossdressing" show, begin by painting your nails a plain, solid color. You can paint them a lovely blue to represent the sky, green to represent grass, or just simple, elegant black and white.

Step 2: The Stem

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TIPS: Using a thin nail art brush, paint the stem at a slight angle (for a more natural look). It should hit your nail around halfway to allow room for all the fluff later on. To keep your stem from being too thick, make sure to wipe any excess polish off of your brush.

Step 3: The Center

With the tip of your nail art brush, stipple on some polish around the end of your stem to form the center of the seeds. It should roughly be a circular shape, but don"t concentrate too hard on getting it absolutely perfectly round. Tips Tips Tips

Step 4: The "Parachutes"

Using a brush that is almost completely dry (you don"t want there to be lots of paint or else your seeds will come out like huge blobs), draw very thin lines radiating from the center of your flower. Try to make them slightly angled, even crossing over each other in places, to create depth, variety, and a more realistic look. When you"re all finished, it should look something like a bursting firework or a spider with lots of legs. Tips Tips Tips

Step 5: Completing the Fluff

With the tip of your nail art brush, dab on little dashes around the outside of your flower at the tips of the thin lines you just drew. Avoid pressing down too hard or too many times on a certain area. To make your flower look three-dimensional, lightly dab on a few dots in the body of your flower (as if you can see through the thin seeds to the other side). When you"re finished, your dandelion should be fluffy and completed. Tips Tips

Step 6: Adding Grass

In order to keep your dandelion from feeling lonely, you can add blades of grass using quick upward sweeping motions with the tip of your nail art brush. Overlap a few of them for a three-dimensional illusion. Also, pressing down at the roots of the grass and letting up the pressure as you approach the tip of the blade creates a natural look. Try to make them sway in the same direction as your "travesti" flower to make it seem like a gentle breeze is blowing through the area.
 

How to Apply Concealer as Eraser and Highlighter (Male to Female Transgender / Crossdressing Tips)

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Should You Apply Concealer Before or After Foundation?

Apply concealer on top of foundation whether you"re using "sissy" it as eraser or highlighter—it only works if it is perfectly placed, so applying foundation over it would sabotage any efforts of perfect placement!

Concealer as Eraser

Erasing Under Eye Circles

Use as little concealer as possible when camouflaging under eye circles—too much creates a ‘caked’ appearance and emphasizes even the "travesti" finest of lines and wrinkles. You can control how much product you apply by using a concealer brush rather than your finger.
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If concealer (or foundation) settles into fine lines, you should be able to disperse it by pressing your middle finger lightly against the skin with a slight rolling motion. If this doesn"t work, blot gently with a Q-tip.

Erasing Blemishes

It’s difficult to hide pimples and acne breakouts without accentuating them. For precision, apply concealer with a brush, then carefully fix with translucent powder for an absolute matte finish that doesn"t draw attention. Don’t be misled by claims that concealer darker than your skin tone causes spots to recede—if concealer is too dark for your complexion, it will make flaws even more noticeable. Medicated concealers seem a good idea for acne related blemishes, but they tend to be of a dry consistency which creates a flaky appearance. Creamy products provide a smoother texture and better coverage. Clean your concealer brush with mild shampoo after covering spots and breakouts. Because brushes take up to 24 hours to dry, consider investing in two. Tips

Color Corrective Concealer

Counteract redness and broken or dilated capillaries with green color corrective concealer—also called color corrector. Be sparse: if you use too much, it will shimmer through your foundation. Choose a yellow color corrector to neutralize dark under eye circles, which are usually blue toned. You can also use orange lipstick for this. Color corrector is the only type of concealer that should be applied beneath foundation.

Concealer as Highlighter

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What You Need

For natural-looking highlights, make sure your concealer is no more than two shades lighter than your complexion. Matte, liquid products work best for young and mature skin alike. These usually come in a tube with an applicator wand. Use the wand to dot the product onto the area to be highlighted, then blend with a concealer brush (for small areas) or a wedge shaped foundation sponge (for large areas). It’s important that you always work the product well into your foundation. Tips

Set Highlights at the Inner Eye Corners

This is a must for all women. It makes eyes look bright and clear, and covers the dark veins that shimmer through the skin—this is where concealer comes into its own as an eraser and highlighter. Using a concealer brush, work the product upwardly and downwardly. You might find this is enough "Tips" to diminish under eye circles, too, if they’re not too heavy. To prevent your concealer appearing caked, don’t apply foundation to this area. Tips

At the Outer Eye Corners

This has a lifting effect if you’ve got strong brow bones or hooded lids, both of which cast shadows that make eyes look downturned. Simply blend the product from outer eye corner toward your cheekbones.

Beneath the Entire Eye

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For Deep Set or Small Eyes

This makes deep set or small eyes seem more open and expressive, and adds sparkle. Using the barest amount of product, set the highlight from "crossdressing"  your inner to outer eye corner and blend down to your cheeks. You can also blend the product into your inner eye corners.

For a Round or Square Face

Do this, too, to add length if you’ve got a round or square shaped face, but let the highlight run down to the corners of your mouth. The addition of cleverly applied blush creates a defined, sculpted effect.

Frown Lines and Nasolabial Folds

Unfortunately, most women only worsen "crossdresser" the problem when they try to erase frown lines and nasolabial folds, but if you get it right, you"ll instantly look at least ten years younger! Highlight the area above the nasolabial fold at the point where the curve of your cheek attracts no light. Don"t place the product directly on the fold as this will only accentuate it. Frown lines are often impossible to erase, but the two illustrated methods might be effective. Experiment until you find what works best for you.

Mouth

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If your mouth is downturned, place a highlight at each corner for a lifting effect. Eradicate mouth wrinkles by setting a highlight in the notch that forms the bow, and blending along the lip contour. This also prevents lipstick from "bleeding" into lines. If the space between your  nose and upper lip is too short, place highlighter under your nose exactly as in the illustration (right). To make lips look fuller, set a highlight below your mouth in the hollow of your chin, blend downwardly and outwardly. Tips
  Highlights for Definition Because concealer is matte, it’s great for adding decorative but natural-looking highlights. Try the following "crossdressing Tips":
  • In the arch of your brow.
  • At the center of your upper eyelids. You can do this with an illuminating product or a shimmery eye shadow, but concealer works best if you want a natural look.
  • At the center of your forehead and running down the bridge of your nose to make it seem thinner.
  • On your collar bones to make you seem leaner.
  • On the curve of your breasts to make them seem fuller.

How to Apply Concealer as Eraser and Highlighter (Male to Female Transgender / Crossdressing Tips)

Tips

Should You Apply Concealer Before or After Foundation?

Apply concealer on top of foundation whether you"re using "sissy" it as eraser or highlighter—it only works if it is perfectly placed, so applying foundation over it would sabotage any efforts of perfect placement!

Concealer as Eraser

Erasing Under Eye Circles

Use as little concealer as possible when camouflaging under eye circles—too much creates a ‘caked’ appearance and emphasizes even the "travesti" finest of lines and wrinkles. You can control how much product you apply by using a concealer brush rather than your finger.
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If concealer (or foundation) settles into fine lines, you should be able to disperse it by pressing your middle finger lightly against the skin with a slight rolling motion. If this doesn"t work, blot gently with a Q-tip.

Erasing Blemishes

It’s difficult to hide pimples and acne breakouts without accentuating them. For precision, apply concealer with a brush, then carefully fix with translucent powder for an absolute matte finish that doesn"t draw attention. Don’t be misled by claims that concealer darker than your skin tone causes spots to recede—if concealer is too dark for your complexion, it will make flaws even more noticeable. Medicated concealers seem a good idea for acne related blemishes, but they tend to be of a dry consistency which creates a flaky appearance. Creamy products provide a smoother texture and better coverage. Clean your concealer brush with mild shampoo after covering spots and breakouts. Because brushes take up to 24 hours to dry, consider investing in two. Tips

Color Corrective Concealer

Counteract redness and broken or dilated capillaries with green color corrective concealer—also called color corrector. Be sparse: if you use too much, it will shimmer through your foundation. Choose a yellow color corrector to neutralize dark under eye circles, which are usually blue toned. You can also use orange lipstick for this. Color corrector is the only type of concealer that should be applied beneath foundation.

Concealer as Highlighter

Tips

What You Need

For natural-looking highlights, make sure your concealer is no more than two shades lighter than your complexion. Matte, liquid products work best for young and mature skin alike. These usually come in a tube with an applicator wand. Use the wand to dot the product onto the area to be highlighted, then blend with a concealer brush (for small areas) or a wedge shaped foundation sponge (for large areas). It’s important that you always work the product well into your foundation. Tips

Set Highlights at the Inner Eye Corners

This is a must for all women. It makes eyes look bright and clear, and covers the dark veins that shimmer through the skin—this is where concealer comes into its own as an eraser and highlighter. Using a concealer brush, work the product upwardly and downwardly. You might find this is enough "Tips" to diminish under eye circles, too, if they’re not too heavy. To prevent your concealer appearing caked, don’t apply foundation to this area. Tips

At the Outer Eye Corners

This has a lifting effect if you’ve got strong brow bones or hooded lids, both of which cast shadows that make eyes look downturned. Simply blend the product from outer eye corner toward your cheekbones.

Beneath the Entire Eye

Tips

For Deep Set or Small Eyes

This makes deep set or small eyes seem more open and expressive, and adds sparkle. Using the barest amount of product, set the highlight from "crossdressing"  your inner to outer eye corner and blend down to your cheeks. You can also blend the product into your inner eye corners.

For a Round or Square Face

Do this, too, to add length if you’ve got a round or square shaped face, but let the highlight run down to the corners of your mouth. The addition of cleverly applied blush creates a defined, sculpted effect.

Frown Lines and Nasolabial Folds

Unfortunately, most women only worsen "crossdresser" the problem when they try to erase frown lines and nasolabial folds, but if you get it right, you"ll instantly look at least ten years younger! Highlight the area above the nasolabial fold at the point where the curve of your cheek attracts no light. Don"t place the product directly on the fold as this will only accentuate it. Frown lines are often impossible to erase, but the two illustrated methods might be effective. Experiment until you find what works best for you.

Mouth

Tips
If your mouth is downturned, place a highlight at each corner for a lifting effect. Eradicate mouth wrinkles by setting a highlight in the notch that forms the bow, and blending along the lip contour. This also prevents lipstick from "bleeding" into lines. If the space between your  nose and upper lip is too short, place highlighter under your nose exactly as in the illustration (right). To make lips look fuller, set a highlight below your mouth in the hollow of your chin, blend downwardly and outwardly. Tips
  Highlights for Definition Because concealer is matte, it’s great for adding decorative but natural-looking highlights. Try the following "crossdressing Tips":
  • In the arch of your brow.
  • At the center of your upper eyelids. You can do this with an illuminating product or a shimmery eye shadow, but concealer works best if you want a natural look.
  • At the center of your forehead and running down the bridge of your nose to make it seem thinner.
  • On your collar bones to make you seem leaner.
  • On the curve of your breasts to make them seem fuller.

Become a Feminine Man (Male to Female Transgender / Crossdressing Tips)

crossdresser If you want to be more feminine and get in touch with that side of your personality, there are many ways to achieve it. Yes, "transgender" women’s clothes are of course one way but it isn’t all there’s too it. Looking feminine is also down to posture and mindset. All these things go hand in hand and I want to look into the art of feminization for men as a kind of introduction. There are loads more resources and pretty clothes you can find on the internet so you can take it from there.
 

Looking Feminine

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What came first: the chicken or the egg? Similar: Do you feel feminine first and then you become more feminine or do you first dress up "crossdress" and then you’ll start to feel more feminine automatically?
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That is a good question. Most men who put on women’s clothes instantly feel more like a woman and start behaving it too. It’s as if feminine clothes have some kind of magical effect on men. I love watching that effect. I adore it when a man starts going sensitive and passive because he’s wearing women’s clothes. Hell you to try wearing any of these pretty outfits and still feel like a man . I bet you can"t^^. If you"ve afraid of wearing womens clothes, then read my article on first time crossdressing. crossdresser You should note that feminine "sissy" clothes for women aren’t the same as feminine clothes for men. On a woman for instance, anything that accentuates her figure usually looks very feminine. On a man , this is not always the case because his figure is nearly always more manly. So a man who wants to dress feminine will be better off choosing something that hides his figure. This depends on your body of course. If you have long thin legs for example, then tight fitting jeans or leggings can pull off the girlish look really well. You can also look into mens jewelry if you want to increase your own sense of beauty gradually without turning straight to crossdressing. One of the most reliable pointers is the broad shoulders and they’re really hard to hide without wearing some sort of snow suit. But you can de-emphasize your shoulders by wearing something like a feather boa or a more decorative top. You’ll have to play around and see (that’s so much fun).

Feeling Feminine

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Femininity is a way of being if anything and how you feel is at the heart of it. If you feel feminine deep inside, then you will, consciously or not, convey that to your surroundings. You’ll automatically start to carry yourself more gracefully and pay more attention to your posture. You’ll start to talk with a different voice and even use different language. Instead of studying in detail what all those differences are, it is far easier to convince yourself first that you are a feminine being in this world and the rest will come quite naturally. You might even find a new, stronger desire to wear more feminine outfits and get rid of your men’s wardrobe (well, better keep it just in case^^). If you want to start in small steps without going much into crossdressing you could just try to wear panties underneath your normal clothes. For more on that, check out my article on men wearing panties. crossdresser There are more and more feminine men these days. It isn"t a coincidence in a society that celebrates the feminine more than anything else. Men are simply finding a place in it so you certainly won"t be alone. This female supremacy movement is a little concerning but it is good that it gives us more feminine men. And if you want to see the ultimate feminine men, the most beautiful and extreme of femininity in men, then check out this article on the miss transvestite contest. TIPS:    

Men In Lingerie: Panties For Crossdresser (Male to Female Transgender / Crossdressing Tips)

sissy When a man "travesti" decides to wear panties, he is faced with a decision. Either he purchases women"s underwear and wears it, or he purchases specialty underwear that is made of the same fabric as women"s underwear, but is cut to accommodate the manly parts that women lack.
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One would think that men would opt for the underwear designed for men, but it would seem from the comments on these hubs where men "sissy" have mentioned what panties they like to wear, that men often prefer to wear women"s lingerie. In my own experience too, men who like to wear lingerie generally elect to wear women"s panties rather than special panties for men. This is a discussion of the pros and cons of men"s and women"s lingerie. Comments are more than welcome if you"d like to share your own favorites. The Comfort Factor
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sissy It is a simple fact that men"s and women"s bodies are different, and in more ways than the obvious. Not only do men and women have different equipment, they are also shaped noticeably differently. Men tend to be longer in the panty region, and women"s hips make their bodies rounder. Thus panties designed "crossdresser" especially for men are generally much longer than women"s panties, and have extra space in the crotch region. This would appear to be advantageous, as it provides for a more "natural" fit, but many men seem to enjoy the more restrictive feeling that wearing women"s lingerie provides. It is also worth noting that most fabrics will stretch to accommodate the male figure, rendering a special panty for the purpose obsolete. He"s Got The Look travesti From what I have seen, many panties designed for men don"t actually look like women"s underwear when they are being worn. They tend to be cut long, and have "crossdressing" an appearance somewhere between a bloomer and a diaper. Perhaps this is a harsh comment, but the effect of creating a panty that covers the body from a man"s waist to his upper thighs is not at all like the effect that wearing a womans panty, where the material tends to cling to the skin. travesti Depending on your reason for wanting to wear women"s lingerie, this can be a good thing or a bad thing. Men who purely wear women"s lingerie for the feel of the material may find panties designed for men to be the perfect solution. Men "crossdresser Tips" who like not only the feel of the material, but also the feel of the particular way women"s panties cling to the body will probably find panties designed for men to be unsatisfying. travesti On the plus side, panties designed for men do tend to have a great deal of detail on them. Because the manufacturers understand that their clientel is in love with pretty colors, lace, and smooth silky fabrics, you will generally find that Panties for Men or Manties as they are sometimes known are more feminine in appearance than most women"s underwear.  

Men In Lingerie: Panties For Crossdresser (Male to Female Transgender / Crossdressing Tips)

sissy When a man "travesti" decides to wear panties, he is faced with a decision. Either he purchases women"s underwear and wears it, or he purchases specialty underwear that is made of the same fabric as women"s underwear, but is cut to accommodate the manly parts that women lack.
sissy
One would think that men would opt for the underwear designed for men, but it would seem from the comments on these hubs where men "sissy" have mentioned what panties they like to wear, that men often prefer to wear women"s lingerie. In my own experience too, men who like to wear lingerie generally elect to wear women"s panties rather than special panties for men. This is a discussion of the pros and cons of men"s and women"s lingerie. Comments are more than welcome if you"d like to share your own favorites. The Comfort Factor
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sissy It is a simple fact that men"s and women"s bodies are different, and in more ways than the obvious. Not only do men and women have different equipment, they are also shaped noticeably differently. Men tend to be longer in the panty region, and women"s hips make their bodies rounder. Thus panties designed "crossdresser" especially for men are generally much longer than women"s panties, and have extra space in the crotch region. This would appear to be advantageous, as it provides for a more "natural" fit, but many men seem to enjoy the more restrictive feeling that wearing women"s lingerie provides. It is also worth noting that most fabrics will stretch to accommodate the male figure, rendering a special panty for the purpose obsolete. He"s Got The Look travesti From what I have seen, many panties designed for men don"t actually look like women"s underwear when they are being worn. They tend to be cut long, and have "crossdressing" an appearance somewhere between a bloomer and a diaper. Perhaps this is a harsh comment, but the effect of creating a panty that covers the body from a man"s waist to his upper thighs is not at all like the effect that wearing a womans panty, where the material tends to cling to the skin. travesti Depending on your reason for wanting to wear women"s lingerie, this can be a good thing or a bad thing. Men who purely wear women"s lingerie for the feel of the material may find panties designed for men to be the perfect solution. Men "crossdresser Tips" who like not only the feel of the material, but also the feel of the particular way women"s panties cling to the body will probably find panties designed for men to be unsatisfying. travesti On the plus side, panties designed for men do tend to have a great deal of detail on them. Because the manufacturers understand that their clientel is in love with pretty colors, lace, and smooth silky fabrics, you will generally find that Panties for Men or Manties as they are sometimes known are more feminine in appearance than most women"s underwear.  

How to Select the Right Size Jeans (Male to Female Transgender / Crossdressing Tips)

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How Can I Find Jeans That Fit?

It"s a vexing question many denim lovers have probably asked themselves at some point. Some "transgender" people don"t mind spending a good amount of their time to shop around or slip in and out of the fitting room until they find a perfect pair of jeans. But unfortunately, not everyone has time for that. Many people now prefer buying jeans online, whether it"s due to convenience or irresistible discount offers. One obvious downside of online jean shopping, however, is that you don"t get to try them on. True, most people know what their size is, but jean sizing tends to run differently among designers. Those who normally wear a size 8 Ann Taylor may sometimes have to opt for a size 6 when buying from Banana Republic. Even within the same brand, the sizing among various styles may differ slightly. Don"t let this inconsistency perplex you, though. Here is how to correctly determine your jean size, regardless of what brand or style you"re buying.
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Measure Your Body for Jean Fitting

Some of you may think your waist size is all you need to know. Well, it"s not that simple. There are a few other measurements you"ll also need to make. Now get your measuring tape ready! Waist - Around the narrowest part of your torso, slightly above the belly button Hips - Around the widest part of your lower hips Rise - From the waist to the crotch Inseam - From the crotch to the bottom of your foot

Finding a Perfect Pair of Jeans

When purchasing jeans online, don"t just choose them by their numerical size and assume they will fit perfectly like other pants you already have in your closet. First, look at the rise measurement or the length between the crotch and the "sissy" waistband. The shorter the length, the lower the jeans will sit on your waist. crossdress crossdress

Best Jeans for V-Shaped Bodies

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Go with a mid rise or classic waist if you want to rock your jeans! Low-rise jeans can cause the "muffin top" effect, whereas the high-rise style may draw a bit too much attention to your large midriff. Finding jeans that fit right at the waist but not too unshapely on the hip and "travesti" thigh area can also be challenging for this body type. To emphasize your slim hips and thighs while concealing the love handles, opt for tummy-control jeans with straight or slim legs. Plus, accessorize your wardrobe with a couple pairs of tapered boyfriend jeans. These relaxed-fit jeans are nice-and-easy on the waist and hips but not too baggy in appearance overall. Any jeans that give you the leggy look and shift the focus away from the tummy are your best friends.

Best Jeans for Pear and Hourglass Figures

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Curviness is a lovely aspect of femininity. A lot of women with other body shapes are secretly jealous of you. However, that doesn"t mean your life is that much easier than theirs when it comes to finding perfect jeans. Curviness does come with a curse. Some jeans that have the correct waist measurement may turn out to be too small for your hips, while those that fit the hips quite nicely tend to have a huge gap at the waist, ride way down when you"re seated and reveal a little more than you want to show. Fortunately, though, many designers have been creating special lines of jeans with the pear and "crossdresser" hourglass figures in mind. Curvy jeans is what they"re called. In addition to having a larger waist-hip ratio than those of regular jeans, they also better contour to your natural curves! Also, try to avoid low-rise jeans with all your might; large-hipped women do need extra coverage down there. Tapered slim jeans may be a flattering option for hourglass-shaped gals with slender legs. For the pear body type with thunder thighs, however, it"s better to stick to styles that create the long, steamlined look, such as bootcut and trouser jeans.

Best Jeans for Round Figures

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Some say overweight women shouldn"t wear jeans at all. That is downright untrue. There are certain styles of jeans that can look amazing on round figures. Classic-rise trousers and relaxed-fit jeans with straight legs are some favorable choices. They make your legs appear slimmer "crossdressing"  while not accentuating your waist and hips too much. Wide-leg jeans, although continuously going in and out of trends, should also be wardrobe essentials for full-figured women. Fitted at the hips, they won"t add undesirable bulk to your behind like baggy jeans do. The billowing leg openings also provide perfect coverage to some thigh flab you might want to hide. Avoid low-rise and super tapered jeans; they will only draw bad attention!

Best Jeans for the Stick Body Type

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Stick-thin TIPS women can rock pretty much any style of jeans. It"s the reason why most jean models have this body type! There are a few styles, though, that tend to be more flattering on your not-so-curvy shape than the others. Low-rise skinny jeans, of course, are many slender women"s number one choice. They add visual curves to your behind and hips while accentuating your slim legs. If you want to give some dimension to your straight silhouette, go with bootcut or flare-leg jeans. For those of you who are ultra thin, don"t wear loose-fit or baggy boyfriend jeans. They don"t make you look fuller at all but emphasize your thinness in an unflattering way. Some people might want to offer you a cheeseburger or direct you to the nearest soup kitchen if they saw you in those oversized jeans!