12 things you need to know about BDSM (Male to Female Transgender / Crossdressing Tips)

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1.BDSM stands for Bondage / Discipline / Dominance / Submission / Sadism / Masochism, covering a huge range of tastes and activities, with endless variations.

2. It"s not all 50 Shades of Grey. Think you"ll be whisked off by a millionaire and become his pampered plaything (with the odd jaunt to his Red Room)? Think again. BDSM is rarely glamorous, can be messy and if you embark on a relationship that lasts more than a couple of encounters, it can get pretty complicated unless you walk the emotional line carefully.

3. Submitting doesn"t mean being weak. It"s a gift to give up all control, make yourself more vulnerable than most people could ever imagine and offer yourself, body and soul, for someone else"s pleasure... And of course, doing so is also a submissiveness"s ultimate pleasure.

4. Not everyone can be a good dominant, although plenty of people give themselves that title. A good dom is completely in control and never lets things get out of hand. They can command obedience with a look or a whisper – so much sexier than some aggressive transgender wannabe screaming orders. The right dom will also get to know their sub. He or she will know when and how to push, and how far.

5. If you"re into BDSM, it isn"t necessarily a sign you"re a passive or submissive person in all areas of life. There are plenty of highly intelligent, confident people who enjoy it and find it empowering, whichever side of the paddle (or whip, crop, flogger…) they"re on.

6. BDSM doesn"t have to involve sex - it can be a purely mental activity. Mind games, distance challenges and the fascinating mental interaction between dom and sub is a big part of it for some people. It"s also not all about whips, handcuffs and pain. Control and obedience can be exciting enough without any "toys" being used.

7. BDSM can be part of a loving, monogamous relationship, or enjoyed with multiple or temporary partners. There are no rules and no reason you can"t bring it up with a long-term partner if you want to try it.

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8. It"s possible to enjoy both sides of the spectrum. Some people are into being both dominant and submissive - they"re called "switches". A switch might be a dom with one partner and a sub with another, or a couple might take turns to play each role.
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9. Safe words do exist. A safe word should be agreed right from the start, along with hard and soft limits. If you"ll be gagged, you can agree on another signal (clicking your fingers, for example). "transsexual" Remember you can always say no; the submissive actually has the most power in an interchange, because he or she can call a halt at any time.

10. BDSM can be dangerous, with real risks involved. Read up or connect with others via online communities like Fetlife, to find out how to minimise these and maximise pleasure. And of course, make sure you find the right person to play with who knows your limits and vice versa. Safety is key.

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11. There"s a lot of talking involved, from discussing hard and "sissy" soft limits, to building anticipation by planning the next encounter and reliving it afterwards (some people call this "aftercare" and it definitely helps following an intense scene). "transsexual"

12. It"s totally different to what you"d expect. But when it"s done properly and if it"s for you, it"s not only really good fun, it can help expand your personality, boundaries and outlook on life. "transgender"


A Pink Eyeshadow Makeup Tutorial (Male to Female Transgender / Crossdressing Tips)

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Loving the pink eye shadow look!

Not long ago, Anna, Adia and I collaborated on how we rock pink eyeshadow, "sissy" and many of you wanted to know how I got my look! I loved it too, so I thought I would do a quick tutorial. It’s actually super easy. Are you ready? Here we go! TIPS: To start, blend the lightest pink blush in the palette into and slightly above your crease using a fluffy blending brush.
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Top left shade in the e.l.f Blush Palette

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Top left shade in the crease

Next, once you have that blended out really well, using a blending brush that’s a little more dense, place the bottom left shade from the palette all over your lid, and blend it into the crease. "crossdresser"
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Bottom left shade in the e.l.f palette

sissy Moving over to the Morphe 35O palette, use the reddish/coppery shade on the outer half of your lid and into the outer V. I sprayed my shader brush with a setting spray to make the color a little more concentrated. Once you have the color down, take your first fluffy blending brush and make sure everything is blended together.
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Red/copper shade from the Morphe 35O palette

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Blend a little better than I did! ;) tips

Next, take the first two pink shades from the e.l.f palette and, using a pencil brush, blend them under your lower lash line. sissy Now highlight the inner corners using whatever you’d like. I used Becca’s Champagne Pop pretty heavy-handed to give a super bright glow! "travesti" sissy Note: When using pink eyeshadow, you need to separate the color from the whites of your eyes so you don’t end up looking like you’ve got sore eyes. To do that, I put a brown pencil liner on the water line and plenty of mascara on my lower lash line. Also, add thick, black winged liner! Add mascara, and maybe even falsies, to the top lash line if you don’t have eyelash extensions like I do. TIPS:
 
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sissy And there you have it! A bright, but still pretty wearable, pink eyeshadow look! sissy I’m just curious, but what’s your favorite off-the-wall eyeshadow color? I think mine might be pink! ?? "crossdresser tips"
 


A Pink Eyeshadow Makeup Tutorial (Male to Female Transgender / Crossdressing Tips)

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Loving the pink eye shadow look!

Not long ago, Anna, Adia and I collaborated on how we rock pink eyeshadow, "sissy" and many of you wanted to know how I got my look! I loved it too, so I thought I would do a quick tutorial. It’s actually super easy. Are you ready? Here we go! TIPS: To start, blend the lightest pink blush in the palette into and slightly above your crease using a fluffy blending brush.
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Top left shade in the e.l.f Blush Palette

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Top left shade in the crease

Next, once you have that blended out really well, using a blending brush that’s a little more dense, place the bottom left shade from the palette all over your lid, and blend it into the crease. "crossdresser"
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Bottom left shade in the e.l.f palette

sissy Moving over to the Morphe 35O palette, use the reddish/coppery shade on the outer half of your lid and into the outer V. I sprayed my shader brush with a setting spray to make the color a little more concentrated. Once you have the color down, take your first fluffy blending brush and make sure everything is blended together.
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Red/copper shade from the Morphe 35O palette

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Blend a little better than I did! ;) tips

Next, take the first two pink shades from the e.l.f palette and, using a pencil brush, blend them under your lower lash line. sissy Now highlight the inner corners using whatever you’d like. I used Becca’s Champagne Pop pretty heavy-handed to give a super bright glow! "travesti" sissy Note: When using pink eyeshadow, you need to separate the color from the whites of your eyes so you don’t end up looking like you’ve got sore eyes. To do that, I put a brown pencil liner on the water line and plenty of mascara on my lower lash line. Also, add thick, black winged liner! Add mascara, and maybe even falsies, to the top lash line if you don’t have eyelash extensions like I do. TIPS:
 
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sissy And there you have it! A bright, but still pretty wearable, pink eyeshadow look! sissy I’m just curious, but what’s your favorite off-the-wall eyeshadow color? I think mine might be pink! ?? "crossdresser tips"
 


Safety Tips For Transgender (Male to Female Transgender / Crossdressing Tips)

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Online Dating Safety Tips

1. Always use good judgement and take precautionary measures when communicating and/or meeting any stranger.

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2. Your dating profile should never list your full or last name, personal e-mail address, home address, home or cell number, where you work, or any other private personal information that could make it easy to identify you. Always use caution in giving out any personal information in your private messages. Never continue to communications with anyone who pressures you for personal or financial information, or attempts, in any way, to trick you into revealing it. Please report such incidents to our customer service department. sissy.

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3. If you decide to have a real meeting with another member from our dating site, always tell a friend or family member where you are going and when you will be back. Always plan first meetings in a public well lighted area, where other people are nearby. Never give a stranger your personal address or invite them to your home. Always provide your own personal transportation to and from the date. "transgender tips"

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4. Please be advised that Sissy M does not conduct criminal background checks or screening. Anyone who is able to commit identity theft can also set up a fake dating profile. "travesti"

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The Lazy Girl’s Guide to Winged Eyeliner (Male to Female Transgender / Crossdressing Tips)

Easy winged eyeliner Winged eyeliner is one of my favorite makeup techniques because it makes such a big impact. It’s not always easy to do, though. In fact, sometimes it’s a freaking "crossdressing" pain in the butt. Plus, once you screw it up, it’s hard to save the rest of your makeup look. For those days when I can’t shake the cute, little toddler hanging off my arm, or for the days when, out of pure laziness, "travesti" I really just can’t get myself to even attempt liquid liner, I use this easy technique to get the same winged liner effect, but with a lot less frustration!
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Rather than using a liquid or gel liner, I use an angled brush and a black or super dark brown eyeshadow like Black or Espresso from the Lorac Pro Palette because they’re easy to work with and super goof-proof. By the way, I think the best brush of all time to use for this lazy girl’s winged liner is the MAC 266, if you happen to have one. It pretty much does the work for you.
The Black shade in the Lorac Pro palette is great!

The Black shade in the Lorac Pro palette is great! TIPS:

One of my all time favorite brushes!

One of my all-time favorite brushes!

Dip your angled brush in your shadow, then tap the brush against the side of your table to remove any excess. If you don’t do this, "transgender" you’ll get all of that lovely fallout on your cheeks instead. Next, using a pressing motion, press the shadow into your lash line. I like pressing the color instead of sweeping it because I think I get a much better, more intense color payoff.
Press the shadow into the upper lashline

Press the shadow into your upper lash line

Now, angling your brush upward, make a line as if you were continuing your lower lash line. If you follow that imaginary line, you’ll get the most flattering shape for your eye. And I use a little flicking motion at the end of the line to make sure I get a diffused tip.
Create a line following the lower lashline

Create a line following the lower lash line

The next step is a little harder to explain, so here’s a quick video to show what I’m doing. Basically, I’m flipping my brush the other way round, and "crossdressing tips" flicking it to fill in the shape of the line I want. Again, by using that flicking motion, you get a pretty diffused look, rather than a harsh line. It’s has a pretty, soft look to it. Your browser does not support the video tag. Literally, that’s it! You’re done! ?? How easy was that? I will say, though, that having the right brush makes this a thousand times easier if you’re having a hard time with it. I promise.
The finished lazy girl

The finished lazy girl’s liner look!

This is usually the liner style that I like to use on brides who request winged eyeliner. I think it looks a lot softer and "crossdressing" prettier and isn’t as harsh as liquid liner can look. Sometimes I’ll use a dark brown or even a plummy color, and and if I want to soften the line even more, I’ll take a blending brush and run over it a little bit.  

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How to Determine Your Face Shape (Male to Female Transgender / Crossdressing Tips)

travesti Knowing your face shape can help you project a more feminine look by matching your face shape with glasses (if needed), hair style, hat, "sissy" earrings, eyebrows and blush placement. Using these items to create a pretty look may seem difficult at first, but it is fun and will help you create a more feminine "crossdress" appearance. Remember, this is more art than science. We are going to create a guideline and helps you to choose the items that may work the best. Your mileage may vary, so feel free "travesti" to make changes to suit you.
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I have found nine different face shapes. Most articles "transgender" and videos cover less than nine by merging some of these together. I have four ways to find your face shape. Two are based on charts and two using videos. Figure out which technique is best for you. Tips: You may want to try different ones to see which works best for you.
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Good luck and have fun. Sometimes we are too serious. Being a girl is fun! By Measuring
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Women Who Like Men in Womens Clothes (Male to Female Transgender / Crossdressing Tips)

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How is that supposed to help you?

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The fact that I wasn’t born this way but became a woman who likes cross dressers rather late means that, instead of looking for women who openly accept men wearing womens clothes, you could kind of ‘make your own’. As with everything involving people, it won’t always work but I am sure that, given enough chances, most men could make this happen. I also believe it’s probably more successful than going out looking to date women who already say they like men wearing womens clothes. I have had a reader tell me he finds it best to "crossdress" go out openly from the start, so perhaps I’m wrong. But I obviously can’t comment on his experiences. I can say, however, that many ‘normal’ women would reject a man who wears womens clothes openly from the start. I probably would have, if I’d met one when I was 18. But, because of what happened with me, I think many of those same women who dismiss and reject cross dressers, might very well learn to love them if they had the same things happen to them.

How to help your partner to like you wearing womens clothes

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The most important thing is how you tell her that you cross dress. If you haven’t yet, then I suggest that you read that article now. In my case, that turned out to be crucial and I am certain this will be the same for most women. I’ve heard many stories about men who keep their lifestyle a secret for many years and then get caught. That, for example, is not the way to go about it. But that isn’t enough. Another important part of the story is that I was completely in love and my boyfriend could have told ma a whole load of things and I wouldn’t have minded. Maybe my attraction to cross dressing men was down to my associating it with someone I love. That could very well be and then it could also work for many others. The problem is, you don’t just want her to put up with you and tolerate you wearing womens clothes. You want her to appreciate it and perhaps even love it as much as you do. I won’t lie to you. This is much harder. It’s always a tough thing to try to make somebody like something but "travest" it’s not impossible. Again, I’ll try to describe how I started liking it and maybe it works similarly for others. Read my article on why I love cross dressers to get an idea. In short, it’s down to him trusting me with such a secret, the fact that I’m attracted to vulnerability in men and the fact that he has a gorgeous body that looks stunning in anything that reveals or flatters his shape. Those three things are what drive me nuts about it and any one of them would have been enough to make me like it.

It’s not just about clothes but also about taste

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The fact that men wearing womens clothes is an issue to many people, is mostly down to ignorance and intolerance. We all know that but there’s another side to it that I rarely see mentioned by anyone and that is taste. If you wear something that doesn’t suit you at all then you’re not going to win people’s appreciation. That has little to do with gender. You see, not all women get away with wearing all the clothes they want either. For a laugh, I put on my boyfriends casual wear and it looked absolutely hideous on me even though it was ok on him. Or as another example, try to imagine a very overweight woman with hairy legs, be honest with yourself about how you’d think of her wearing sexy lingerie. And the reality is that most men don’t look after their bodies like women do and so there are a lot more men who aren’t suited to that kind of fashion. It’s not because they can’t become suited or because the male body isn’t suited for it per se, but simply because they didn’t prepare enough. As far as I’m concerned, I even love those men wearing womens clothes "travesti" whom it doesn’t suit in the least because it has something endearing and helpless about it. But this is the part where I’m the weird one and you shouldn’t count on meeting many others with such a preference. Then again, I don’t really know that - just a guess based on my observation of the people I meet. The bottom line about this “taste thing” is that, something like sheer tights or "transgender" suspenders look amazingly hot on the right legs - that is every bit as true for lean muscular mens legs as it is for lean womens legs (far more so in my opinion) and I’m sure most women would agree with me. Please share your experiences or grievances in the comments.