Archive for February, 2008

Great review in AVN

February 19, 2008

Crossdressing: Erotic Stories is the spolight pic in AVN‘s Febraury issue for book reviews!

“This volume contains 18 erotic short stories dedicated to the glory of crossdressing by both sexes.

From the allure of phone sex and pantyhose in Stan Kent’s ‘Phone Fatale,’ to the gender-bending, line-blurring exhibitionist romp of two costumed couples in Helen Boyd’s ‘Halloween,’ these tales of transvestism are sure to delight the sensual reader.” -Jay Marlowe

Pretty Delia CD- adult site and blog

February 19, 2008

Sorry for the lack of posting, I’ve been really busy. I just discovered Delia’s Den, and feel like I don’t know where I’ve been! I found her trhough a twitter post from TastyTrixie, and you can also follow Delia on Twitter.

Here’s a bit from a post last month:

The main reason we were down in Portland was to meet with my doctor and make sure that everything was okay with me before starting on hormone replacement therapy. Everything went pretty well, though my liver function was a little off. They just want to keep an eye on it so I’ll have to do another blood test in a month or so.

I’ll be starting out with a fairly low dosage of estrogen (estradiol) and a testostorone “blocker” spironolactone. I’ve been taking regular aspirin to reduce the chance of any blood clotting but the Dr said I could just use the childrens chewable which is nice to know. So I have the prescriptions in hand now it’s just a matter of getting pregnant.

Check her out on her blog and website.

Rebecca Romijn as Alexis Meade on Ugly Betty

February 4, 2008

I’m catching up on Ugly Betty on DVD and love the Alexis Meade story line (Rebecca Romijn plays a MTF):

Here’s an interview with her about her role on the show at Gaywired (via Femulate)

“I happen to have several friends who are transgender so it’s something that is a very sensitive subject and it’s very close to my heart,” said Romijn, who plays Alexis on the show. “It’s something that I would never want to make any choices that would insult my friends. I also feel like I’m part of a movement of people that are sort of making it into mainstream society and don’t really have a voice yet or are still finding their voice. It’s kind of an honor. At first it just sounded like a really fun character to play. Now it feels a little bit more important.”

Those friends of hers in the community approve. “[They have been] super positive,” she says. “I’ve met a lot of transgender (people), which has been really interesting. They love it. Everything that I pick up for the character, I pick up for them. It can be a sensitive subject. To make that decision to change your gender is a huge decision so of course I would never want to offend my friends. Hopefully I have not and the writers are all very knowledgeable and supportive and sympathetic with the character.”

Here’s a YouTube montage: