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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.

Club for crossdressers can’t open

January 16, 2008


image via Metro Times Detroit

“Tranny space,” Metro Times Detroit

But it’s not exactly business as usual, because the proposed club will be for cross-dressing men and transgender people. Club owner Janet Law (a self-described tranny who legally changed her name from Tom to Janet) and her lawyer say the case is more about dirty politics, the First Amendment right to assemble and discrimination against transgendered people.

Law owns a 15,000-square-foot building on Fort Street in the downriver community. National Engines, a garage and parts store for race cars, occupies about 12,000 square feet. Another part of the building is Janet’s Closet, a store selling wigs, makeup, clothing and accessories for cross-dressing men.

“We’re not an adult store. There’s no porn. There are no dildos. There’s no ass lube. There’s no butt plugs,” Law says. “This is an upscale store. It’s not a black room with one light bulb. This is a serious store for a cross-dresser or transgendered person.”

As her business grew, Law renovated the last 1,200 square feet of the building into the club. Men would be able to arrive in their “regular” clothes and use on-site locker rooms to apply makeup, do their hair and change into women’s apparel.

“There’s no sex here. There’s nothing like that,” Law says. “It’s a clean, discreet place for transgenders.”

“Officials keep club for cross-dressers shuttered,” The Detroit News

WYANDOTTE — Dressed for guests in heels and a short skirt, Janet Law sipped a drink alone in the private club she hopes to open for cross-dressing men.

She mailed invitations to city officials in hopes of making peace in a year-long feud over the club. None came Tuesday to Janet’s Place, the disco-lighted lounge and dance floor in the back of Law’s Fort Street speed shop and race car engine-building business, National Machined Engine.

“I was hopeful, but did I really think any of them would come and meet me and see what they fear? No,” said Law, 56, who was well-known in the car racing community as Edward “RJ” Law before getting breast implants four years ago and living as a cross-dresser.

City officials have refused to issue permits to allow Law to operate the club, insisting she lacks parking to accommodate customers. She and her lawyer say officials have ulterior motives and will make a final appeal Wednesday to the Zoning Board of Appeals before filing suit.

In a standoff that’s caught the attention of advocates in the transgender community, Law’s lawyer, Guy Conti, says Wyandotte is violating her constitutional rights because the 1,400-square-foot club otherwise meets zoning rules.

Fantasia Fair 2008!

January 12, 2008

The dates for this year’s Fantasia Fair have been announced: October 19-26. From their site:

Fantasia Fair is a week-long transgender event that attracts people from the entire range of the GLBTI community – crossdressers, transsexuals, intersex individuals, M2Fs, F2Ms, and their significant others are all welcome.

Fantasia Fair is a week-long transgender event held every October in the GLBT resort town of Provincetown, Massachusetts. The Fair is a “full immersion” experience, meaning that attendees can and usually do spend an entire week living 24/7 presenting their gender as the wish.

Started in 1975, “FanFair” is the oldest and longest-running gathering of transgender persons for mutual education, support, collaboration and socializing. Every year the Fair grows in its scope, character, and assistance to the gender explorer. FanFair continues to be the leading annual program promoting an individual’s ability to thrive in a real-life situation, and receive positive reinforcement and encouragement. This allows the cross dresser, MTF transsexual, FTM transsexual and all the gender diverse to experience life in an open and caring environment — something unique in a world that typically has difficulty understanding and accepting gender diversity.

Couples find support, friendship and caring, and enjoy the opportunity to share and partake of workshops and sessions that explore and recognize the ups and downs of a TG partnership.

Here’s a photo from Karen Wendy Fox’s 2007 Fantasia Fair Flickr set:

And here you’ll find many more Fantasia Fair photos, including crossdressing brides, the subject of an upcoming post right here, so stay tuned.

Crossdressing bondage

January 6, 2008

Check out the site www.cdbondage.com for plenty of images of crossdressers in bondage. Hot! Here’s louanncd in shacklesa and gagged, via Flickr:

Also check out Flickr’s male sissy maid pool

When to come out as a crossdresser

December 20, 2007

This blog has some advice about coming out as a crossdresser:

Within both society in general and the transgender community, there tends to be numerous dramatic tales of “The Wife Who Immediately Sought Divorce After Discovering Her Husband’s Secret Crossdressing Desire.” I extol my readers to not become caught up by such fears. The fact is, at least within my experience as a careprovider, those marriages which end solely on account of the discovery of a spouse’s crossdressing is a rarity. At worst, a shocked spouse may react with anger and severe disappointment. However, in situations where a spouse walks out the door upon discovery, there are almost always other problems with the relationship. Crossdressing becomes just another reason to end the relationship. My suggestion, if your relationship is on rocky ground, leave that secret wardrobe well hidden and out of sight.

In deciding whether disclosure is appropriate within a relationship, crossdressers must bear in mind that it is possible to pursue this activity in a manner which has no effect on a spouse or others. This is particularly so for persons who only dress occasionally, and have no interest in living “in role” as a member of the opposite gender. While this arrangement may not meet the expectation of one’s fantasies, it is possible to establish transfriendly relationships outside your marriage which provide emotional support, places to store clothing, and dressing opportunities.

The lovely Miss Donna Queen

December 20, 2007

Miss Donna Queen is one of my favorite bloggers and crossdressers. She’s sexy and informative and fun, and has lots of great photos up in not just one but TWO separate Flickr accounts. Yesterday, I did a very NSFW guest post over on her blog, which is always interesting and informative – I first visited it to read a post about one of my favorite topics: spanking, in which she interviewed spanking model and video star Erica Scott. I know Donna will be happy to know that my book Spanked: Red-Cheeked Erotica, comes out in July – she will be one of the first to get a copy.

Here are some photos of the lovely Donna:

Getting her makeup done:

And also see the T-Girls With Class and Sex Pool on Flickr!

The life of the teenage crossdresser

December 18, 2007

I just discovered the blog “Being a teenage crossdresser,” which is about:

The pleasure & difficulty of being a teenage crossdresser and more. I ain’t just a crossdresser, i have a life aswell. This blog just keeps my diary of all events, not just crossdress related ones.

It’s written by Alice, an 18-year-old student, who can read more about here.


Photo via Flickr

Here’s a sampling:

When I cycled in for my lecture later, I decided to bring some cash so that I could waste time (and money) in the city while I wait for my presentation. The lecture was interesting but I knew most of it. I walked to town through a beautiful and ancient path designed for the students for my very purpose. I had nothing that I wanted to buy; I only wished to peruse what was on sale. I walked around the market for a while and then went clothes shopping. The thrill of walking in the women’s section of a store is something that only crossdressers know. The excitement of the forbidden and the lure of the pretty things.

I feel extra special, for I have a deep belief that it shouldn’t be forbidden. For me, the act is a rebellious one. I am saying ‘yes I am a man, and yes I like women’s clothes’. We should be able to buy what we want, not what is prescribed for us by sex, fashion or anything.

My mini rebellion went unnoticed and I started the walk back to university to give my presentation. The pre-stage jitters were starting in my stomach. I was hurled back to my GCSE Drama where I was frequently forced to perform. I used to love this feeling. It is anticipation mixed with dread, mixed with the glory of completing it later. I was in a musical or two in my last school but I was on anti-depressants and as such, I didn’t feel too many emotions.

Now I feel it more than ever. It was almost erotic how I was paralysed by fear and excited at the same time. Angela Carter in her infinite wisdom wrote about the stage in her novel Wise Children. Among a multitude of quotations I could use, the way she describes the wait for the curtain coming up is the most powerful for me. ‘We were wet for it!’ Simple and beautifully true. All erotic symbolism of the theatre aside, it was exactly what I was feeling about giving a presentation to my discussion group (a slightly less romantic setting).

Alice also has a link to a fabulous page of information called Speaking of Crossdressing, which answers questions such as Why do people crossdress? and How do you supplement your bust line? Here’s a snippet:

Are you trying to pass as a female? “Passing” is a big deal in the crossdressing community and it shouldn’t be. Many CDs sustain a fantasy about passing, I suspect it’s because they imagine they won’t be noticed and thereby held accountable for their actions. The makeup becomes a mask, providing anonymity. So they wear short skirts, fishnet hose, and 6″ spike heels at the mall! Go figure. Those who have a brain in their heads will dress with a certain degree of age-appropriate style and panache, always looking nice; so even if they are “clocked” others will respect them for maintaining an aura of decorum. I want to project as nice an image as I can, so I go the extra mile with hair, makeup, figure enhancements, etc. Many people still see me as a man in a dress, but at least they see a stylish, fashionable man in a dress. In reality, most folks are just too self-absorbed in their own worlds to notice or care much at all about the people around them.

As far as I’m concerned, it’s not passing I’m after – it’s acceptance or, at least, tolerance. That puts the onus on others; if I get clocked and the observers still treat me with respect, they pass!