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Shopped ‘Til She Dropped

Dressing Room Selfie

I never get tired of shopping for women’s clothing. Browsing through the racks and finding a half-dozen outfits to take to the changing room is just as much fun today as it was when I would browse through my mother’s closet and f…

Someday Funnies

Someday Funnies

Kandi’s Land

As a new feature of Femulate, I plan to identify new blogs that will be of interest to femulators. The first blog to be so identified is Kandi’s Land, a blog written by a Cleveland girl, who is very out and about and has the blessing of her wife to do …

Visiting Roz & Ali (Dress Barn), Macy’s and Burger King

My last three stops on Tuesday were Roz & Ali (nee Dress Barn), Macy’s and Burger King. I will describe them in reverse order.Burger KingMy wife asked me to pick up some fast food from Burger King on the way home, so I stopped at the King closest …

Big Night at One Big Event

Saturday evening, I attended One Big Event at the Connecticut Convention Center in Hartford. The event is a fundraiser for the Hartford Gay & Lesbian Health Collective. It is a gala affair with guys in tuxedos and gals in cocktail dresses and vice…

Sunday Shorts and Longs

Friday, I made the rounds around town – bank, gas station, Rite Aid.Nothing unusual at the bank – still no free samples.Filled her up at the gas station and after I paid up, the cashier and I gossiped. I used to see her once a week and now see her onc…

Tea Time—Wearing a simply beautiful dress from Simply Be

Wearing a simply beautiful dress from Simply BeFriday afternoon, I went to Tea Roses Tea Room in Cromwell to attend a tea with three of my trans friends: Diana, Maryann and Robin.I was dying to wear my new dress from Simply Be and this was the perfect …

Workplace Rights

Despite major wins within the LGBTQ community in recent years, many transgender and non-conforming gender individuals feel there’s still a lot more to do in the fight for equality both in and out of the office.

Here is a helpful guide for transgender workers, from new graduates just entering the workforce to seasoned working professionals, as well as employers and hiring managers. Learn more about current transgender workplace rights, how to navigate some of the biggest workplace and job hunting concerns, and see what employers can do to lay the foundation for safe and inclusive work environments.

Transgender and non-conforming gender (TGNC) individuals are protected by policies and laws intended to eliminate harassment and discrimination. While some protections are at the federal level, many states, counties, and cities have their own policies in place. “Protection laws differ from state to state, so it’s important that you check the state in which you work,” notes Dr. Kristie Overstreet, a clinical sexologist and psychotherapist who specializes in transgender identities.

Where I live (Connecticut), we have been protected for some time. My former company had policies in place even before the state and my Human Resources representative was ready and willing to help me to transition into a working woman whenever I was ready. I was also greeted with open arms when I inquired about working as a woman at a local Dress Barn. That’s Connecticut and your mileage may vary depending on where you live, so check out the Workplace Guide and see where you stand.

Source: Ann Taylor
Wearing Ann Taylor (Source: Ann Taylor)
Benjamin Koldyke
Benjamin Koldyke femulating in television’s Work It!

Where’s the Barn?

My Simply Be dress.Diana asked me to accompany her to Dress Barn to help pick out a dress for her upcoming high school reunion. You know how I like Dress Barn, so I was happy to go shopping with her after tea on Friday,We drove to a nearby Dress Barn t…


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