Some of my most recent posts have been about how important it is that trans (mtf) people tell their girl friends – so that the journey can be shared, and the whole process becomes a celebration rather than a burden or a secret. But what about telling men? I’m up to three now – but it’s a lot harder than telling the girls. Why?!Read More »
What is a girl to do when she’s flat chested – and even the dinky AA-cup bras are too big? Well, try an AAA-cup, of course. Or even, these days, an AAAA-cup. It’s time to investigate what’s out there!Read More »
After dressing up to the nines on New Year’s Eve – and actually doing a pretty good job of my cosmetics – I’ve decided that I want to learn more about the mysterious arts of makeup – and so I’m inviting a professional beautician to my house, plus several of my girl friends, for a party!Read More »
Well, here’s a blog post I never thought I’d write – hope springs eternal between Georgie and me. I’m not getting too excited – but could we have taken the first steps towards getting back together?Read More »
Well, the blog’s been up and about for well over a year now – and so I thought I’d give it a bit of a spring clean and install a new WordPress theme. Hope you like it.
In my previous post, “To my very special friends, I love you“, I wrote about my amazing friends and why I love them. The post told of me confiding in student pals when I was still figuring out what was going on with my gender over two decades ago – and telling more and more friends over the past year or so – even a couple of blokes!
“No man is an island,” wrote the poet John Donne almost 300 years ago. OK, he left women and non-binary people out of the equation, but these were “different times” and “no man, woman or non-binary person is an island” doesn’t scan so well.