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I'm a POST-OP TRANSSEXUAL, but I'm all woman, all the time, especially in bed. I live as a woman 24/7, and I'm legally female on all my documents. This means I've had corrective surgery to bring my body in line with my mind :) I have a completely feminine body. NO CYBER, OR PHONE SEX, or anything else, other than real time, hands on, full contact :)
I am a very smart, strong, confident, independent, passionate woman, with submissive tendencies when it comes to sex. This makes for a unique mix of submissiveness, and dominance that many men enjoy, and some find downright irresistible. As such a woman, I expect the same level of confidence, wisdom, and passion from my man. (Sorry subs, and slaves, I need a real man) I like music, dancing going out with friends and having a good time. Movies, shows, or just a walk on the beach or in the park. Picnics are nice too :) I enjoy all manners of sexual play, from vanilla sex to B&D/S&M, spankings, and tickle torture (especially my feet) to role playing of all kinds. I have recently been enlightened to the ponygirl phenomenon, and find it very intriguing, to say the least. As this particular scene feeds into all of my fetishes. Shoes, leather, lingerie, bondage, spanking/whipping, MASTER/slave and so on. I guess it's safe to say that I'm into anything but kids, and animals, with very few exceptions (nothing gross or nasty). I also enjoy spending time doing "so called" mundane things with my lover, like staying in and watching TV, or just being there for each other, taking care of one another, and seeing that all is in order. I love cooking, and taking care of the home for my man, and myself as well. Call me old fashioned when it comes to that :P Personally I find these aspects of relationships to be the best, and very key to forming a strong emotional bond :) OF COURSE THAT INCLUDES LOTS SEX :)
IF YOU'RE MALE, and you think you have what it takes to measure up to my strict standards, feel free to give it a shot. Just know that I'm not desperate in anyway and I'm by no means a pushover. You must be respectful, and treat me as the lady I am at all times. Unless I say otherwise. I am very sexual, and passionate, and very well versed in the art of making love. I will reward the proper actions with the appropriate reactions.
You must be proud to be with me, and be seen with me, discretion is not what I practice, so forget about that. I don't play second fiddle to wives or girlfriends, and I don't do couples either. I will be the most important part of your life, or non-existent!
I appreciate a man that has the ability to keep up my sexual appetite so, you should be fit, and in shape and also have a high libido. If this is you and you, like what you see, and read here. Get to know me, and find out if we can be a thang. I'm in the gender exchange room most days, and nights. Just know that I'm never single for long. Timing is everything!!!! THANK YOU FOR READING MY AD :)
Remember that an ad ....
I Know I'm Pre-op, but...
The men I meet here, and in the real world want one thing, and no it's not sex, well they do but that's not the problem. All the men I meet want to be with me for one reason only, DICK ACTION! i'M OVER IT!!!!
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Thursday, November 8, 2012
Happy Bday to me :)
Wednesday, March 21, 2012
WOW!!!! I just checked my email here and was completely overwhelmed at all the Birthday wishes from y'all :) I received so many, I just can't thank y'all individually, so I'm going to be slack and do it here in my blog. THANKS Y"ALL BIG HUGS AND KISSES FOR EVERYONE. This just goes to show that SA is the best, and has the best people. Y'all ROCK \m/ THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :) THANK YOU :)
Happy Vday to me :)
Monday, August 22, 2011
The big day will be here soon. My fiance Norm and I are heading to Phucket (pronounced Poo-ket)Thailand to complete my transition. My GRS is September 6th at 9AM. I'm very excited my time has finally come. In some ways I wish it would have happened sooner, and in some ways I'm not. I guess what I mean by that is, I don't know if at 24 I wanted surgery bad enough to get past my general fear of doctors and surgery at that age. The way it is now, not only do I know without an inkling of doubt this the proper thing for me to do, but that I have all I need mentally and spiritually to go through it unchanged, besides of the obvious. This is going to be a very glorious day for me indeed. I'll be keeping a log of my experience in Thailand as well as taking a lot of pics.
How Will the Fall of Prop 8 Affect Transsexuals????
Monday, August 16, 2010
This blog is also posted in the TV/TS/TG/CD section of the forum. While blog comments are welcome, please contribute to the forum thread. Thank You :)
First, I want to say, HELL YEAH!!!! I think this is long over due. True, the people spoke, and their votes were counted and enacted. The problem is, "the people" can not supersede the constitution of United States. This means that no matter how many people vote on a referendum to make it law, if that rerferendum violates the constitution like Prop 8 does, then it can not become law. Below is Section 1 the "equal protection" clause of the 14th amendment:
Section 1. All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside. No State shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any State deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.
What's being said here is, that we all have a right to equal protection under the law, and that no state will make any laws that will discriminate against US citizens. The text book definition of discrimination is as follows. Identify a group of citizens by name, I.E. Men Women, Blacks, Whites, Gays Lesbians, Transgenders Etc. Then deny that group equal protection under the law.
This is exactly what Pro 8 does, and as such, it will be over turned, as it should be. Now, to the heart of the matter......
Like all members of the LBGT community, especially TS/TG's I was ecstatic. Now we can marry, if that's what we want, without being required to have GRS. Not that I, or anyone should get GRS for that reason. However, before I took to dancing in the streets over this news. I thought long, and hard about how this proposition came to be in the first place, who was behind it, and if this ruling could be used somehow to harm the LBGT community by those that fought so hard, and spent over 40 million dollars to make it law. It would appear at first glance that it can't. However, should pre,or non-op TS take to marriage as a result, I'm positive given the agenda of the religious right to date, this will be used to discredit our true gender status, and we will yet again, be under attack from the religious right.
What I mean is, depending on the state you live in, until GRS, many TS are still legally male according to their birth certificates. Should these TS women chose to enter into a marriage, as a legal male, they will be subject to all the same judicious components of marriage. By entering to such a contract as a male willingly, could this be used to prevent a later birth certificate change??? Will religious right somehow use this in some way to hurt or discredit the TS/TG community??? You can bet your GRS on it!!! To me it's rather vague, if this could actually occur or not. However, given the track record of the religious right to date, I'm sure they make a go at it in some way, or another. I can foresee the religious right pushing for new laws concerning corrective surgery, and gender staus, denying us full female status even after surgery. This is already under way in a number of states. Michigan and Iowa immediately come to mind. A candidate for secretary of state Paul Scott stated: "I'll make it a priority to ensure transgender individuals will not be allowed to change the sex on their driver's license in any circumstance." This very disturbing indeed, fortunately Terri Lynn Land won out over the transphobic Paul Scott.
I'm not saying don't celebrate this wonderful, long overdue ruling. I'm saying don't become complacent. The struggle is not over yet, and even after we've won completely, and legally, we must remain vigilant, to continue to benefit from this great country of ours. The religious right is not going to give up, and go sulk in the corner. They have billions of dollars to throw at this issue. And I'm sure this ruling, when it does come down, will light a fire under their collective asses to look for new ways to try to make us second class citizens again. Please call, email, contact your congressman/woman, and inform them of the need to secure the rights of EACH and EVERY citizen of these great United States, and to maintain the greatest possible seperation of church and state in order to do so. Thank you
17 Month Old Boy Beaten to Death for "Acting like a Girl"
Monday, August 9, 2010
was steered to the article below while at another site earlier today.
The following article by Micheal Rowe, for Huffington Post, disturbed me
a great deal.... In fact, I'm purely outraged. Not only at the act
itself, but at the system and society that allows, and guarantees for a
such crime to occur in the first place. For those that are offended by
this article, and my accompanying rant. I'm truly sorry, but it's the
constant "sweeping under the carpet" of such actions in the name of god
and freedom of religion in our society, that allow these actions to
prevail, and persist in the first place. I can't urge each, and every
one of you that read this article, to contact your congressman
requesting hate crimes legislation extensions for
Transgender/Transsexual/Gender Variant/ Intersex individuals, and
maintaining the separation of church, and state to fullest extent
own take on what this says about us is... We are a frightened, and
scared society, that is overly steeped in the grip of fear concerning
our individual salvation. That's right, Religion is the blame here. For
it was the rigid Christian (and the rest) belief system, and the strict
gender roles contained within, that led to this young man being raised
the way he was, and eventually led to him killing his son to be, over
those rigid gender role guidelines. How ANYONE can support the
perpetuation of such a belief system, and god over the life of a
beautiful empty vessel such as a child, is beyond my comprehension. It
is unfathomable, that in this day and age, so many still hold true to
this antiquated belief system that would sanctify the death of a child
in the name of god. We are truly a barbaric species.
I know that many people would say, "If the man in question was truly Christian, he wouldn't have committed this crime." I say, HOGWASH !! For it is religion and only religion that gives any of the LBGT hate criminals the nerve, and sanctity they need for their actions. They believe they are doing God's will, and their actions will be sanctified, and even if they aren't, they will be forgiven for them. More HOGWASH!! Besides the guidelines set forth in all religious scriptures, there is no logical reason for such a thing to occur, or continue to occur. Out side of religion, there is NOTHING in the way of ideologies that would sanctify such a despicable act against another human being. I know all the talking points, but I'm sorry, I just can't understand how this can continue in this day, and age. It is an abomination in the truest sense of the word. I am....... Utterly Disgusted......What it Says About Us when a 17-Month Old Boy Is Beaten To Death for "Acting Like a Girl"
At approximately 8:25 p.m. last Sunday night, the New York State Police on Long Island logged a 911 call about a toddler in cardiac arrest. The boy, 17-month-old Roy Jones, was rushed from the Shinnecock Indian Reservation in Southampton, N.Y. to Southampton Hospital, where he was pronounced dead at 9:11 p.m.
According to authorities, the toddler had endured a savage beating. His tiny body had been repeatedly punched with a closed fist and grabbed by the neck. By the time 911 had been called at dusk, he was already in cardiac arrest from the sheer brutality of the assault and it was too late to save his life.
Charged with manslaughter in the first degree and held without bail is the toddler's mother's live-in boyfriend, 20-year-old Pedro Jones, who was babysitting. The pair lived together on Shinnecock Nation tribal land, though Jones himself was not a member of the tribe. They were reportedly to marry, and Jones called the toddler "my baby," though Roy was not, in fact his baby.
"I was trying to make him act like a boy instead of a little girl," Jones explained. "I never struck that kid that hard before. A one-time mistake, and I am going to do 20 years."
He told troopers that the little boy had been too feminine and that he'd been trying to toughen Roy up by literally beating the life out of him.
"I'm sorry," he said "That's my baby. I loved him to death."
A nominally civilized society such as ours can only recoil in horror at any news of a child's death at the abusive hands of an adult. Infanticide is the ultimate forfeiture of our humanity, rightly seen as a perversion of the very essence of the natural order and the circle of life. The act is a declaration of such abject monstrosity that is very nearly beyond forgiveness. But it happens every day, and we guiltily avert our eyes to these stories when we read them because, on some level, we realize that the children could easily be our own and the pain is too much to bear. In 2008, in the U.S. alone, the Department of Health and Human Services reported 772,000 cases of child abuse, resulting 1,740 fatalities--a sharp rise from 1,330 in 2000.
But there is an added and significant dimension to the tragedy. The reason given for the beating is that, even at 17 months, the toddler was perceived by his killer to be effeminate. Madhouse logic indeed, but to Pedro Jones there was a way that little boys should act and a way little girls should act.
While Jones is a tragic example of the paradigm taken to deadly lengths, society's discomfort with gender variance permeates nearly every part of the national dialogue and runs through every part of the culture.
It's present in the heightened male objectification of women inherent in certain types of music videos that present them as "bitches" and "hoes" who crave an answering violent thuggishness from their men. It's present in advertising that teaches young women that they're essentially a life support system for their physical assets, that the ideal woman is a weak-willed, mindless consumer of frivolity, whereas a "real man"--stronger, but stupider--is waiting for nothing more than the arrival of the Swedish Women's Nude Basketball Team with cold beer.
There are coded echoes of it in the leading and prejudicial questionnaire put to servicemen and women this spring by the Pentagon regarding the viability of openly gay soldiers serving side-by-side with heterosexual ones. The document is mined with phrases that seem crafted with unease on the part of straight male soldiers as a goal, fears that their gay counterparts might not be "real" men but something inferior, less masculine, less reliable in a firefight.
It was there in June of this year when the Family Research Council hailed Republican Governor of Rhode Island Don Carcieri for vetoing hate crimes legislation that would have included transgender-identified persons as a protected class. Gloated Tony Perkins, the president of the organization, "[Governor Carcier deserves praise for his strong stance for the Families of Rhode Island, and other Governors can learn from his example." Perkins neglected to explain how excluding transgender people from hate crime legislation had anything to do with protecting families.
It was there in the Hieronymus Bosch-level grotesquery of the lies, distortions, and misrepresentations of the lives of gay and lesbian couples used by the Proposition 8 supporters in their now-failed battle to make their horror of sexual and gender variance the law of the land in California by codifying their bigotry at the ballot box and in the courts.
It's endemic in fundamentalist Christianity, which claims Biblical authority for rigid gender roles and, more importantly, the appearance of rigid gender roles. Psychologist and Southern Baptist minister George Aleen Rekers, co-founder of the Family Research Council and formerly of the National Association for Research&Therapy of Homosexuality (NARTH) who, until he was caught this year flying a gay rent-boy to Europe to "lift his luggage" and give him nude sexual massages, was best known for sharing his wisdom on how to "cure" homosexuality.
A May 2010 article in the Miami News by Penn Bullock and Brandon K. Thorp reported on Rekers' 1974 "Feminine Boy Project" at UCLA. The article highlighted the story of a 4-year-old-year old "effeminate boy" named Kraig was subjected by his parents to Rekers' aversion therapy.
Part of the therapy involved putting Kraig in "play-observation room" with his mother, who had instructions to avert her eyes from her child when he played with "girly" toys. An essay by Stephanie Wilkinson published in Brain Child magazine in 2001 recounts that, during one of the sessions, Kraig became so distraught and hysterical at what must have seemed to the 4-year-old like the withdrawal of his mother's love, that he had to be carried out of the room by the staff. At home, the "treatment" continued, with Kraig being rewarded for "masculine" behavior and spanked by his father for "feminine" behavior.
After two years of treatment, apparently "cured" of his effeminacy, Kraig was held up by the psychologist as proof that his treatment worked until, at 18, shamed and scarred by his diagnosis and treatment, Kraig attempted suicide.
Last summer, Carl Joseph Walker-Hoover who committed suicide in his mother's house after months of taunts about how he acted "like a girl" and therefore had to be gay. His mother had to cut down his dead body from the support beam from which he hung himself. The previous year, a 14-year-old classmate killed 15-year-old old Lawrence King, of Oxnard, CA because King came to school in lipstick and nail polish.
As a society, we equate masculinity with force, with violence, with aggression, with being "tough" and invulnerable. We celebrate it those things as virtues. To a widely-varying degree, we look with disdain, or pity, or condescension, or amusement at too much deviation from the prescribed norm. And we occasionally exact a terrible penalty for stepping outside those rigid parameters.
The beating death of 17-month-old Roy Jones was no less a hate crime because the victim was a baby. Whether would have grown up to be gay, or transgender, or just a gentle, sweet-natured straight boy, was still many years away. More, it was irrelevant.
The attack, and the apparent impulse behind it--that a violent man was made uncomfortable by a even a perceived variation on gender-normative behavior--is exactly what makes transgender and gender-variant Americans among the most vulnerable segment of the population, and children who even appear gender-variant are the most vulnerable of all.
It's still early in the investigation and there are naturally more questions than answers at this point. Doubtless, facts and details will emerge about Pedro Jones along with the very real possibility that he endured horrors of his own that helped craft what he later became. It's too early to paint him as a monster, or at least as a one-dimensional monster. With few exceptions, monsters are made, not born. They are still monsters, but they are carved with the hurtful blows of many sharp chisels, over many years.
At the very least, his own violent psychopathology notwithstanding, someone, somewhere, taught Pedro Jones that the worst thing a little boy can do is act like a girl. In the end, it matters precious little when or where he learned it, because a 17-month-old toddler ultimately paid a terrible price for that lesson.
On Sunday night, his little body wracked by agony, blackened with bruises, beaten within an inch of his life, gasping for breath in a world suddenly full of more pain than he could bear, his little light flickered and vanished into the darkness.
Maybe this time, when we read about the death of Roy Jones, before we look away and try not to think of our own children and how truly defenseless they are, not only against violence, but against an adult's determinant view of who and what they might be, we might examine the way in which we see our society and the complex mosaic that makes up our fellow citizens.
We might say a prayer of comfort for his family, then ask ourselves what his death might say about us. We might ask what our role should be in shaping that world and, by definition, in shaping how our children will come to see themselves as citizens of it.
This article was also posted as a thread in the TS/TV/CD forum. Thank you
you are simply gorgeous! jeannie (and keith) xxx
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