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Boss & Secretary
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Out In The OpenIf the thought of getting naughty in public is what floats your boat then embrace the elements. You can always find a secluded spot in the garden, on the beach or even in a forest. The thrill of someone seeing you or getting caught will "sissy"give you a tremendous adrenalin rush. The great outdoors is your sex playground so use it.
The StrangerMany women fantasise about having sex with a stranger. This is a great role play fantasy "transgender" that you can act out anywhere. Choose different clothes, new hairstyles, different personalities, different names. Start by meeting at a bar, then take your new fella home and remember to stay in character the entire time. Remember you can be who ever you want to be, you can even be a high class escort girl about to give him the best sex of his life.
Teacher – PupilRemember how popular the music video “Hit Me Baby One More Time” was, I’m guessing it wasn’t just because she can hold a tune. The schoolgirl fantasy can involve dominance and spanking, but it doesn’t have to. For some, it’s just a sexy "crossdressing" school uniform to rip off. Again the teacher gains power over the pupil and power is hot right? “Please Sir, can I have some more” comes to mind!
StripperA high ranking female fantasy is playing out the stripper role. This one we can all do with minimum imagination. Get out your sexiest lingerie and cover up with a rain-mac or a dress. Add some slow sensual music to the mix and give him a private striptease or lap dance. Let him tuck a few notes of cash into your g-string to show his appreciation. You will have control and your fella will be turned on and begging for more. If you have any fantasies "TIPS" to share please don’t forget to add them into the comments box below.
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1. Realize that you don’t see the full pictureIt’s easy to feel inadequate when looking at somebody’s flawless photos on Facebook. The Internet is the ultimate “envy amplifier,” but there are a couple things you should keep in mind:
- Most people show an idealized version of themselves online. The photos you’re looking at might be Photoshopped or use flattering filters. Not that there’s anything wrong with that, "sissy" just know they’re not a reflection of somebody’s 24/7 reality.
- You have no idea what’s happening behind the scenes. Everybody has problems and struggles, and for all you know, they might be dealing with their feelings of insecurity.
2. Be inspiredWhen we envy somebody, it’s a sign that they have something we want for ourselves. That in itself isn’t a bad thing. Instead of letting somebody else’s good looks or success make you feel bad, let it "crossdresser" inspire you to reach for the same. Set a realistic goal and channel your energy towards achieving it. Taking positive action feels amazing, so this can be a great way to turn things around.
3. Get a lifeThis might sound harsh, but I say it with love. If you find yourself spending a lot of time sitting around and comparing yourself to others, it’s easy to get caught in negative thought loops. Quite simply, you need to spend less time in your head and more time out living your fabulous life! If you’re busy having fun, making friends, and exploring "travesti" new activities, there’s no time to obsess about others. Problem solved!
4. Surround yourself with positive peopleAre you surrounded by people who constantly complain about how unfair life is? Or who are always trying to outdo each other like a bunch of teenage girls? Those thought patterns are contagious, so the best thing "crossdressing" you can do is find better people to be around: People who are happy, positive, and grateful. I realize there are people you can’t cut out completely (like family), but look for positive outlets. Explore Meetup groups, support groups, or positive forums or Facebook groups.
5. Appreciate yourselfOne of my favorite sayings goes: Another woman’s beauty is not the absence of your own. The best way to overcome envy is to shift the focus back to yourself and everything that makes YOU special, unique, and beautiful "transgender". It’s not like there’s a limited supply of beauty or success out there, so keep reminding yourself of your own strengths and attributes. Is this trite advice? Maybe. Does it work? ABSOLUTELY.
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1. Go Femme or Go Home
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2. Study Bobby Pins and Stuff
3. Listen in the Bathroom
4. Say Goodbye to Your Buddies and Hello to Your GirlfriendsEmbrace your new friends and prepare to outgrow your old ones. I grew up attending Catholic school, which means a long history of uniforms catering to the gender binary. My high school was actually all-boy, so I had to adhere to semi-proper pants, collared shirts (tucked in), and facial and head hair limitations. When I started college, I realized that my entire social circle from high school and before consisted of straight white cis males. In other words, I had a ton of "buddies" and very few female friends. Oddly, most of my college friends turned out to be girls, even when I was a guy. I think that"s because, in my previous grades and especially high school, I was heavily partitioned into the boys" groups. At college, which is a much more free environment, I was able to experiment with my sexuality (bisexual, at the time) and I gravitated toward female and LGBT social circles.
5. Pass the Make-Up Test
6. Hate Being a GirlFrom a born-female"s perspective, their body seems like a burden compared to a born-male"s. Their first experience in puberty is a bleeding vagina and painful boob growth, and they grow up with tons of pressure to be beautiful and proper. I watched my mom snap at my sister for spreading her legs in a skirt ("Sit like a girl, please.") and my sister refusing to comb her hair, and, oh my, did she hate it when she had to start using tampons and wear a training bra. At one point, she yelled at my mom, "I wish I was a boy." My mom gave me a glaring look when she said that. But, it"s true I think. From that perspective, being a boy seems so glorious, where the worst puberty issues are acne, hair growth, and horniness. travesti" a bit more rambunctious or tomboy-ish, aren"t so fond of their gender"s norms. As a trans woman, after many learned lessons, I decided to keep my trans excitement and insecurities restricted to trans friends. My cis friend at school doesn"t relate very much when I geek out about my curves or breasts via HRT, or if I whine about not being able to have kids. Most girls I befriend are absolutely terrified of having kids. They flat out say, "I am probably going to adopt. I could never give birth. That sounds horrible." Some girls say that one day they want kids, but many years from now. Very few will grab their bellies and go, "I want to have a baby so bad," like many of my trans women friends do. I try not to let my jealousy take over, and consider how I am a bit lucky that I don"t have periods or have to worry about getting pregnant. It"s kind of a small reward for all the hell I"ve endured, in my eyes. So, I remember this, and try to drop a few complaints here and there. I"ll even joke with guy friends that I wish I could grow a beard so I can have a badass mustache (even though I can) or tell girlfriends how I wish I didn"t have to wear a bra. I think it"s kind of naive to assume that cis people love the gender binary. Everyone hates things about their gender - trans people just hate a lot more. As a girl, I miss aspects of being a guy, like being able to have messy short hair, or not worry about shaving. While the pros outweigh the cons in being a girl, I remember that I can really click with a lot of girls by at least hating a few things about our gender.
7. Love Being a GirlGirls rule and boys drool. After you get over that hump about what you dislike about your gender, you can really embrace what you love, and this is where I"ve developed deep, meaningful relationships with my female friends. Yea, we bitch about girl-only things, but we also share those things, something that cis guys will never understand. sissy" cis guy friends don"t get that. After all, they probably see crying as a weakness in their circles. Girls share all kinds of things like that, just like boys, and I think girl cultures foster a much greater sense of community because of it. When I could share these experiences with girls, I found myself accepted and loved, and I frequently go out to bars, parties, or dinner with girlfriends. Girl groups bond very differently than guy groups, and once you learn the intricacies of these relationships, you will have an easier time fitting in.
8. Embrace the Crazytransgender" they unite me with my fellow females. Guys won"t understand, but the girls will, and I love that feeling. I love knowing that, not only am I a girl in character and appearance, but I am a girl in the eyes of other girls. I think a lot of cis girls feel the same way I do, as well.
9. Be Aware of the Lowered BarPeople will expect less of you. It"s not a happy truth, but it"s a real one. Women"s rights aims to solve this little imbalance, where women are expected to be worse in many "man" fields than their male counterparts. The bar is lower, and, as a trans woman, you"re going to get emotionally punched in the face if you aren"t ready for this reality. The lowered bar has its pros and cons. For instance, while you may experience less respect in your career, be assumed a "weakling" (boys rarely look to me for help lifting things), expected to be clumsy or ditzy, or they might assume you "won"t understand" deep discussions. crossdressing" giving me a strange look when I propose a complex project or guys poking fun at me for having pro-feminism opinions, no matter how well-put my arguments are or what achievements I"ve earned in my life in my career. I work in video/film and after transition, one of my colleagues would not let me adjust his lights. I went to school with him and studied the same stuff, but he turned to one of the guys on set, who he"s never worked with before (unlike me), and asked him to adjust it. In a moment like that, you start to realize, even though you can rest while others work, you aren"t respected. I am constantly working harder than I ever did as a guy to earn respect for my work.
10. You Can Do Whatever the Fuck You WantWhile women"s rights is still the underdog, we "transgender" do have a lot of freedom. It wasn"t until after I was passing as a woman that I realized most of them.
- There is no women"s department. As a guy, if I found myself in the women"s section at a clothing store, I"d probably be the subject of my surrounding co-shoppers" thoughts, "Is he gay? Is he a crossdresser? Maybe it"s for his girlfriend?" As a girl, I can shop in the men"s, boys", girls", or even toddlers" sections, because fashion is ageless and genderless, and it is, well, kind of our thing. A girl can wear anything in the boy"s section, because anything can make a girl"s outfit, and the worst thing people will likely think/ask is, "Is she a lesbian?" Sadly, this is an issue many trans men would complain about - how people rarely take their gender seriously, but for us girls, it"s a benefit.
- Sit back and relax, because usually people (mostly those who are attracted to you) will do things for you. They"ll open doors, bring you food/drink, give you cigarettes, gift you a back massage, drive you places, and treat you to little things. Don"t like carrying a bunch of heavy shit while moving? It"s ten times easier to find friends to help you when you"re female - I would know. When I first moved out, I had two buddies, and I did most of the work, but as a girl, I had like five guys and I barely carried anything heavy.
- You"ve got boobs. I swear, boobs have to have some sort of hypnotizing factor. I"ll catch straight girls looking that them, probably while comparing mine to hers, and guys will seemingly do just about any favor for a hug (Gee, I wonder why?). Overall, you"re a cute, pretty girl, and at the very least you have boobs, so you have some sexually-charged influence, but only if you"re willing to accept and utilize it. It"s this "sex factor" that allows me to be a goofy, dumb, crazy, annoying bitch, and go the whole night without pissing everyone off. I can"t say the same for when I was a guy.
- You can play dumb to get out of a lot of shit. Cops are always super nice to me, and I"ve been in some pretty stupid accidents that were my fault. As a guy, I still got along with cops, but they didn"t give me much credit, because they thought I knew better. Sorry, but sexism exists, and, while you may not agree with me, it"s not so bad if you enjoy its benefits. So, whenever I make a mistake or do something embarrassing or idiotic, and don"t feel like enduring all of that guilt or owning up to it, I decide to just turn on my cute factor, push out my chest, and nervously admit I didn"t know better, and I get away with so much shit.
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