7 Tips To Help Teachers With Transgender Students (Male to Female Transgender / Crossdressing Tips)

  travesti appleshotWith transitioning occurring at younger ages than it ever has before, teachers are often finding themselves in the middle of a student’s transition. Teachers have a huge role and they can be a very positive force that helps foster the transition along as seamlessly as possible. However, a teacher not sure how to handle a transgender student can unwittingly make life harder for their  student by simple inaction. Great teachers can recognize that a transitioning student is an opportunity to sow the seeds of acceptance, tolerance, and pro transgender spirit in your students. You have the power to truly make a huge difference and here are some tips to help you do just that.
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Apple7Be vigilant with pronoun use. Be very clear with which pronouns the student prefers. If you are uncertain, ask them. Once you have the preferred pronouns, be sure you use them diligently and correct any student you hear misusing your transgender student’s preferred pronouns. Apple6Honor the transgender student’s chosen name. Be sure to always use their chosen name and also make sure attendance lists and any materials a substitute teacher would use has his or her chosen name. A substitute teacher calling out the wrong name is very akin to a public shaming.   Don’t ever let this happen. Apple5   travesti Bullying and transphobia happens and you need to remain on top of it. A transgender student will be a huge target for bullies and as a teacher you need to be extra careful to catch and nip any bullying immediately. Transphobia is also a real problem and will be something that must be vigorously dealt with. Sometimes students crossdresser use transphobic terms in jokes or to rib each other.  It is best to explain how the use of such terms and phrases can be hurtful and then you need to accept a zero tolerance policy against any further transphobia Apple4You need to be sure that the transgender student has a safe place to use the bathroom. If there are rules in place banning them from using the bathroom of their expressed gender identity then there needs to be a safe alternative. Sending a trans girl into the boy’s bathroom is asking for trouble. If these awful rules exist, you should also consider speaking up against them.

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Apple3Include transgender related material in lesson plans.  travesti The best way to deal with transphobia is by educating your students. As a teacher, this should be one of your strategies of choice. There are countless ways you can work positive transgender issues into your classes.  One example is use the treatment of transgender people as modern day analogy to the mistreating of other minority groups in history. Apple2Regularly check with the transgender student to find out how they and you are doing. You will miss stuff and you will make mistakes and this is a chance for the student to help you help them. You can also access how they are transitioning and any further help you can provide. There may be things they don’t have anyone to help them with and this may be something you can do for them  from make-up advice to dealing with other kids. travesti Apple1Treat them with dignity and respect but do not give a transgender student a free ride. Despite the transgender student’s situation and the extra sensitivity it demands, you should never lower your teaching standards. They should be measured to the same standards as all of the other students and challenged when they need it too. If they earn an F, do not hesitate to give it to them. travesti  

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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It was a beautful. sunny day. I went out for a walk. noone else was there. just me and the
huge field filled with flowers. I just had to pick one up and smell it.

It was strange though. Not like any flower I had before. I don’t know what it was about it. it
was just… different. I began to smell it.

Suddenly. I felt extremely light headed. I felt my hair being pulled out of my skull until I
saw it going past my shoulders. My body hair ripped itself from my skin. falling to the floor
as my face cracked and changed to a much softer. more feminine shape.

I watched my hands shrink down and become more delicate whilst my nails grew longer.
My hips shot outwards along with my ass swelling up giving me feminine curves. Pain
surged through my chest area as my shoulders were forced inwards. My nipples became
very sensitive as my chest started to swell. Two mounds grew and grew until I was left with
B-cup breasts.

All I could feel was the enormous pain striking my groin. reaching down I felt something…
missing.

I dropped the flower as soon as the transformation was over. As it fell. pollen covered my
clothing and it began to transform. My t-shirt shrank and the neck dipped to reveal some
of my new cleavage. My pants fused and shrank upwards until I was left with a short skirt
to go with my blue and white tank top. I saw my trainers morph into a lovely pair of pumps
but I could only feel the underwear changing material and shrinking to create a pair of silk
panties for me

I picked up the flower once more.

God I love that smell. ” I said as I skipped off . grabbing as many flowers as I could to share
with all of my friends

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

Crossdressing today

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As the drugs finally began to pass out of her system, Alex awoke with a start to unfamiliar sur-

roundings. Where she had been expecting to wake up, as she did traditionally, in her own bed, she

found that this was not the case. Instead she was in a dark room, with a splitting headache, and an

enormous unease throughout her whole body.

Reaching up with an arm, she felt the smoothest she had ever felt. Her skin was so soft she almost

thought that it was someone else’s arm she was touching. Sitting up even further, she began to

realise the headache was in fact a neck ache, and the two reasons for that began to pull down on

her. She hurriedly reached up, as her hands collided with two enormous breasts jutting out from

where there had been once hard muscle. It was here she stifled a scream, not knowing whether it

was safe to reveal her consciousness. The past few hours were completely hazy, but she still knew

who she was, who she was supposed to be, and how wrong this whole situation was.

“Strange isn’t it?” came a voice from the darkness. It filled her with such an exquisite fear she

shuddered. “Finding that life isn’t what you’d imagined it would be. I don’t think you woke up this

morning thinking you’d be mine… but look at where we’ve ended up.”

While the words were shocking and terrible, the voice itself was that of someone she knew, some-

one she trusted. Someone she had trusted. It was Tony, her best childhood friend. A bookish nerd

who had obviously deviated from the path they had shared once. Alex grabbed the sheets on the

bed and covered herself, unsure of how much the figure in the darkness could make out.

“Tony?” she tried, realising how breathy and female her voice had become. “Is that you?”

“It was me…” came the reply. “But the Tony you know is dead, replaced by someone significantly

more in control of his situation.”

She felt the weight of the mattress shift as her host sat down close to her. She could hear his

breathing.

“W’e were best friends, we were going to hang out forever… We were going to be successful and

the world would be our oyster. That is… Until I realised that was something you’d never share

with me.”

Alex had no idea what that meant.

“Tony? 1 don’t understand…”

“YOU ABANDONED ME!” Tony shouted, before composing himself. “We were two sides of the

same coin Alex, you were strong and charming and handsome, and I was everything else. Thank

god I was smart, but I’m everything you’re not. Now I’ve only completed the chain. I’m a man, and

you’re a woman. My woman to be specific.”

“You don’t have to do this Tony, I can help you…”

“Oh, it’s too late for that. Too late to change back too, I gave you so much of that serum it’s a

wonder you’re even still in there. You should have forgotten everything by now, consumed by the

pleasure… the female pleasure…”

Alex felt the prickle of electricity across her skin. Her thigh was being stroked by an unfamiliar

hand. She shifted her weight away, but not before she let out a brief breath. A stifled moan.

“It won’t be long now… It won’t be long before you forget yourself… It won’t be long before you’re

mine…