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I am going to start with an assumption. I will assume that you are a crossdresser who has come to the realization that hiding in your own personal closet is stifling your personal growth as a whole human being. You need to get out into the world! But you don’t go out because you are afraid of what the world will say. You are sure that you will be rejected by everyone with whom you have the most fleeting contact; that they will make fun of you. Further, you don’t think you will ever look good enough to go unnoticed in the outside world.
Well, there is hope. I have just described the early feelings of almost every crossdresser with whom I have discussed this subject. On the other hand, there are a large number of ETVC members who are perfectly willing to brave the outside world, and do it without incident. The purpose of this article is to help you notice some of the things you must address to make a successful transition.
Torment? If this is torment, then I hope it never ends!
What do I mean by that? Simple. I wasn’t always a girl. I was a guy. But some
asshole with thing… I don’t know how to describe it… It was like some sort of spell,
or a gun… Or whatever… It doesn’t matter what it was. I use to be a guy and I got
zapped. Instant girl.
How to Properly Maintain and Care for Micro-Ring Hair Extensions Men (Male to Female Transgender / Crossdressing Tips)
Micro-ring hair extensions, no matter how well they are attached nor how fine the quality of the hair that you’ve chosen, still require proper care in order to last for four months and beyond. Hair extensions are quite expensive, so it’s likely that you’ll want to take every measure to preserve their longevity and appearance. Similarly, you’ll want to avoid anything that would affect their quality or result in premature removal. Tatiana Hair Extensions, one of London’s top-rated hair extensions salons, has suggested a number of ways to properly care for your micro-ring hair extensions.
During his study as scriptwriter, Gerard got the advice to use situations and
topics that are familiar to him in his stories to give them an air of authenticity.
Then Gerard faced a challenge, as he had to write a story with around a female
head character. So Gerard used a whishing coin to gain some experience as
women so that he could “write what he knows” after some first-hand
As seems obvious, wigs do come in different sizes, owing to the fact that heads also come in different sizes. To determine what wig size you need, measure your head. How you measure your head matters, after all, you’re not measuring for a hat that sits on your head fairly straight, you’re measuring for a wig that follows your hairline. You should therefore measure around your hairline, using a measuring tape, let it dip to the base of your hairline at the back and bring it up to the front of your hairline at your forehead (or where your hairline used to be, if you’ve lost a little over the years.)