Again, I encountered something on my gender journey that I didn't expect. Usually these are nice surprising events or feelings, but this time I have some mixed feelings about it. The good news anyway is that once again I understand many women a little better. A while ago I went shopping with a good friend. … Continue reading She was wearing my dress
There exist many kinds of love. In the first place, we think of the romantic love we feel for our life partner. There is also the love we feel for our children, the love for our parents, the love for our brothers and sisters... And there is the love we feel for our friends. All … Continue reading Friendship
Time suddenly seems to have moved very fast. It has been almost two years since I came out as a woman for the first time. On the one hand, I have this desire to take my gender journey slowly, to experience each new step consciously, and to try to enjoy it. On the other hand, … Continue reading Learning to see the woman
A few years ago, I could not have imagined coming out onto the streets as a woman. No way. I would have been insane, wouldn't I? The very thought of it, come on. Everyone would stare at me, I would be attacked, I would be ashamed to death. And yet, one day it happened. And … Continue reading Imagining the impossible
The feminine look, I always appreciated it because I found it so much more attractive. The longer hair, with more volume, with more curls, decorated with clips and bows. The beautiful clothes with vivid colors, soft fabrics, playful patterns, elegant shapes. So much variation. The way women move, beautifully upright, graceful, dancing, stylish. The jewelry, … Continue reading Can you feel it?
Learning happens by making mistakes. By falling down and getting back up. If you don't make mistakes, you haven't learned anything. So it is with learning to express your femininity, whether you are cis or trans. Every teenage girl is searching for her identity, and for ways to express it. She takes risks. She buys … Continue reading Making mistakes
Most people know me as a cheerful person. I like to laugh, I like to make jokes, I like to prank people. It was already in me as a child, in class I was often the rascal, in the family I was the one who prepared and performed skits. I like to be on a … Continue reading Let’s play
You often read it in feel-good magazines: be grateful. You read tips like: write down three things you are grateful for every day. I believe this can help. It gives me a more positive view about my own life. It prevents me from getting gloomy by worrying about my gender dysphoria. And there are certainly … Continue reading Being grateful
Once a month, I go out. On a day in the week that I won't be working. A day just for me. Me time. I need that day. It's therapy. Therapy for my dysphoria. Last Wednesday was such a day, and I was lucky, because the weather was very nice. My outfit: a striped women's … Continue reading One fine day
I have always found women's clothes very pretty. Unfortunately, I considered them forbidden fruit for too long, but now I dare to wear them myself. It feels like an upgrade every time. I feel prettier and happier. These clothes just feel so nice. It's all those details that make it special: a puffed sleeve that … Continue reading I dress like you. I am like you.