Femininity Guide For Trans Women

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Trans Women

Transgender women are unapologetically fashion conscious; they have an insatiable desire to look more feminine. Just like cisgender women, they always want to look younger and prettier. If you visit any Transgender Dating Site, you will be surprised and awed by the number of feminine beauties looking for love. However, after the sex reassignment surgery, many transgender women find themselves at the end of their wits on how to look more feminine. It is important for transgender women to understand that clothes, cosmetics, and accessories are not the only aspects of femininity, as femininity encompasses more than physical appearance. If you are a transgender woman and you are struggling with your femininity, this article offers you an insightful guide to help you express your womanliness to the fullest.

Understand Femininity

Unfortunately, even though transgender women have a womanly gender inclination, they were not brought up as women…

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Healthcare for All: Give Trans People Access to All the Care They Need

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GLAAD -formerly the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation- is now an organization headed by heterosexual male Jennifer Finney Boylan and representing the medicalization of social sex roles or “Transgenderism”. GLAAD, who have removed “gay” and “lesbian” from their name and now wish to be known by the stand-alone acronym only, has issued the following video in an attempt to persuade New York State to provide Medicaid coverage for “gender treatments” designed to disguise the sex of individuals who would like to appear as the opposite sex, or who would like to use medicine and/or surgery to modify their secondary sex characteristics in some way.

Stephen Ira, the daughter of Annette Benning and Warren Beatty, appears in the video. Stephen Ira is known for her activism against lesbians and feminists, having publicly organized against the rights of women to hold radical feminist conferences, at one point even publishing on her…

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