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I have seen the Amazon Kindle advertised on Television and the Internet a few times, as I am not a keen reader I had no interest in the device and to be honest I thought it might be silly to think that we can ever replace a book. A friend of mine recently purchased a Amazon Kindle from Amazon and showed me the device, I was surprised at the features that that the product had, I would like to share this with my blog and maybe change other people’s perception of the Amazon Kindle just like my friend changed mine. Here are some of the Amazon Kindle features;

  • They are available in Wi-Fi and 3g+Wi-Fi  (Free on Both)

  • Can store up to 3500 books

  • You can download a book in as little as 60 seconds

  • The battery will last for up to 2 Moths (Reading only- No Wi-Fi turned on)

  • Seamless reading, easy turn page

  • High Contrast Screen, can even read in the sun with no glare

  • Crisp and clear fonts – really easy to read

  • Sleek Design – Small, lightweight and easy to carry only 247 grams

  • PDF Reader – With dictionary lookup, notes, and highlights

  • New Web Kit-Based BrowserFree 3G web browsing (experimental)


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Lea T Transsexual – Lisa Du Preez

At first sight, the only thing that is striking about Lea T is her beauty. With her full lips, strong jaw and dark tresses falling in cascades over her shoulders, she is the perfect high-fashion package: alluring, whippet-thin and with a face too distinctive to be considered merely pretty.

No wonder, you might think, she has gone from backroom assistant to sar- torial sensation in just months, appearing in Givenchy’s autumn/winter ad campaign, smiling in Italian Vanity Fair and – as a crowning glory – posing naked for the hallowed pages of French Vogue.

But if this Brazilian bombshell is causing such a stir it is perhaps because there is more to her than meets the eye. Lea T was born Leandro and, as well as being a model and a muse, she is an out and proud transsexual.

For Riccardo Tisci, the creative director of Givenchy and the man who first encouraged his “very feminine” friend to go to a party in women’s shoes, the move was obvious. For Lea, 28, however, the transition – from man to woman and from misfit to role model – has been anything but.

Not only, she says, has it turned her into someone at whom strangers feel entitled to point and stare, but it has provoked the anger of her Catholic family. It has filled her body with mood-altering hormones and brought her face to face with what she says is the inherent loneliness of transsexuality.

Despite all this, she says, the “war in her head” has been worth fighting. “The choice,” she said in an interview in Italian Vanity Fair, “is between being unhappy forever or trying to be happy.”

Born in 1981 in Belo Horizonte, Brazil’s third largest city, Leandro or “Leo” Cerezo grew up in the privileged environs of a family that, long before one of its number graced the pages of fashion magazines, was no stranger to the limelight.

It was with undisguised glee that, once Leandro had appeared in photoshoots as Lea T, a Rio newspaper’s gossip column revealed she was none other than the daughter of soccer hero Toninho Cerezo, the World Cup veteran and contemporary of legendary Brazil players like Falcão, Sócrates and Zico. He had not, the paper said, reacted well to its questions concerning his child’s new existence.

“We got in touch with the former star but, irritated, he limited himself to saying that he had four children, one of them called Leandro,” the newspaper reported. “When asked if the boy had starred in the Givenchy campaign, Cerezo hung up the phone.” The same newspaper, Extra, noted that in a 2007 interview Cerezo, now manager of the second division club Sport, had claimed to have only three children.

Lea’s brother, Gustavo, has denied claims of a family rift, insisting: “It’s Lea’s success, not the family’s. All I will say is that we are on her side and we support her.”

But the model herself has admitted that Toninho is not overjoyed by her transformation. “He doesn’t even like to touch on this matter,” she told Brazilian radio. In the Vanity Fair interview, moreover, she said she “never spoke directly” to her father about undergoing the hormone treatment that will, eventually, give her the body of a woman. Conversation, she said, was limited to trivialities.

This reaction, say observers, may be unfortunate, but it is not surprising. “In a macho, Latin-American, Catholic culture… [a family’s response] is complete denial,” Brazilian transsexual Walkiria la Roche, founder of Belo Horizonte’s transsexual and transvestite association, Asstrav, said. “We are excluded when we go to primary school, but the first institution that excludes us is our family.”

According to Léa, this fact that his young son was different from other boys had not escaped Toninho, even though their time together was limited to sporadic visits by the footballer. “When papa came home he would look at me and say there was something wrong with me. In the years to come, everyone started to pray that I was gay. It would have been the lesser evil for a religious family used to rules and type of colonial, rigid way of life,” she said.

Even as an adolescent at a European school, in Italy, however, Lea knew her situation was not that simple. She had been attracted to girls and boys and remembers feeling she had no “defined sexuality, or a precise direction to follow”. However, it was a big leap from that uncertainty to embracing the idea that she might be happier as a woman. “When I discovered transsexuality, I was curious then recoiled with fear, telling myself, ‘I am not like that,’ she said.

It was only later on, when she met Riccardo Tisci, a young graduate of Central Saint Martins art college, London, that Lea began to consider the prospect for real. With his penetrating artist’s eye, Tisci, then an aspiring young Italian designer, recognised his friend’s inherent femininity. “One night he encouraged me to wear pumps to a party,” she recalled in French Vogue. “We went shopping for ‘drag queen’ shoes and we bleached my eyebrows. It was a revelation.”

Fast forward several years and Tisci is now a star of the fashion world at Givenchy. But he has never forgotten his old friend, employing Lea as his personal assistant and using her as his fit model behind the scenes of the prestigious couture house. He is unstinting in his praise of her to the industry bible, WWD: “She’s a true goddess. She’s always been very feminine – super-fragile, very aristocratic.” When, in a reflection of a growing industry trend, Tisci decided to base his autumn/winter collection around the idea of androgyny, there was one person he wanted above all, and – to his delight – she said yes.

“I agreed to pose in the name of all my transsexual friends,” Lea has been quoted as saying. In a sign of her increasing self-confidence and determination not to hide her transsexuality, the French Vogue photograph is unashamedly bold. With one arm around her waist and another only partially covering her male genitalia, it leaves little to the imagination.

Carine Roitfeld, the magazine’s formidable editor, is known for her desire to shock – to use fashion to push the boundaries of what is acceptable and what is not. In the past she has featured Karen Elson tied up in a “glamour bondage” shoot and Eva Herzigova as a blood-spattered butcher lovingly fingering a meat cleaver.

Some commentators have dismissed both Tisci and Roitfeld’s use of Lea as a “gimmick”. But others welcome the boldness of the gesture, regardless of the motivations behind it. “Carine Roitfeld consistently leads in advancing our international discussion of human sexuality,” remarked one US blogger, adding that the French Vogue picture “would never run in a fashion magazine in America.”

In Lea’s hometown, too, reaction has been positive among activists who see her fame as a step towards greater tolerance. “It’s a good, positive example and this is very rare,” said La Roche, who heads a government department fighting for transvestite and transsexual rights and claims to be one of only three transsexuals working in government around the world. “It is important to have Lea in a magazine. All positive press shows society that we are capable of things other than prostitution or being hairdressers.”

The enduring difficulties which people incur when they choose to switch sex are all too familiar to Lea. From the every day humiliation of being laughed at by strangers to the disorientating effects of sex change drugs – “I would wander the streets, full of hormones, depressed, with people laughing behind my back” – she is proving to be an eloquent ambassador to what remains a globally marginalised and misunderstood community.

Even now, with her education and privileged background, and all the comforts that come from her burgeoning celebrity status, Lea is under no illusions about the emotional challenges that lie ahead —and not only from the intense media interest, which has been relentless since the Givench ads were launched.

Lea, who says she “cannot allow [herself] the luxury of being in love”, is pessimistic about her chances of finding happiness with someone else. Those transsexuals who do enter into serious relationships, she says, often do so by keeping their past from their partners.

“They live as hypocrites; it is a variation on solitude,” she said. “We transsexuals are born and grow up alone. After the operation we are born again, but once again alone. And we die alone. It is the price we pay.”

Lisa Du Preez – Advice on Gender Dysphoria

I thought this is an articel worth a share, this article is from the BBC website.

Gender dysphoria is when a boy or a girl feels they belong to the wrong gender. Do you feel like that? Get clued up on gender dysphoria here and find out what you can do about it…

What is it?

  • It’s when someone feels they belong to the wrong gender. So a boy would feel that he was a girl trapped in a boy’s body, and a girl would feel she was a boy trapped in a girl’s body.
  • Someone who has a lifelong conviction that they’re trapped in the wrong body is called a transsexual.
  • This is totally different from being a transvestite, where a person likes dressing up in clothes of the opposite sex but doesn’t feel that they’re in the wrong body.

How will I know if I have it?

  • To be ‘officially’ diagnosed as having gender identity disorder, a person must strongly want to be, or believe they already belong to the opposite sex.
  • A famous example of this is Nadia from Big Brother, who was born a boy.
  • Some children and teens who experience gender dysphoria find that their feelings change as they reach adulthood and they no longer have feelings of belonging to the wrong gender.

Is it the same as being gay?

Gender iden

tity disorder, being transsexual, being transgender

How common is it?

The Gender Identity Research & Education Society (GIRES) estimates that about 1 in 4000 of the British population is receiving medical help for gender dysphoria. Boys with gender dysphoria outnumber girls by about 5 to 1.

Are people with gender dysphoria freaks?

‘Course not. It may be rare, but so is having one blue eye and one brown eye (like Hollywood actress Kate Bosworth: no one calls her a freak). The real freaks are those who are intolerant of anyone different.

What is the treatment for it?

Transsexual people can have ‘gender reassignment’, but until they’re 18 they’d be unlikely to go further than step 1.

However, transsexual teens can be prescribed drugs to ‘block’ puberty.

  • First the person must live as a member of the opposite sex, full time, for at least a year.
  • After this, they would take either male or female hormones (depending on whether they wanted to become male or female) for at least a year – sometimes longer. These would soften body hair and cause breast development in men, and cause beard growth, a deeper voice and muscle development in women.
  • After this, they could have surgery to become a man or a woman permanently: a ‘sex change operation’.

Thai airline offers cabin crew jobs to transsexuals

Thai airline offers cabin crew jobs to transsexuals

By Catherine Deshayes on 31-Jan-2011

Thai airline offers cabin crew jobs to transsexuals

A newly-formed Thai airline is making a concerted effort to create cabin crew job opportunities for transsexuals.

PC Air has already recruited six cabin crew members of what they call the ‘third sex’, and said they were looking to become a pioneer in driving equal rights for the country’s large population of transsexuals.

The airline’s chief executive, Peter Chan, said that they were hoping to regularly have transsexuals among their new hires.

“I think these people can have many careers, not just in the entertainment business, and many of them have a dream to be an air hostess. I just made their dream come true,” he told the AFP news agency.

Thailand has one of the largest populations of transsexuals in the world. Its surgeons and medical experts have perfected giving increasingly affordable and quick sex changes, almost always to men seeking to become women.

The airline’s employment criteria for the aviation jobs do not require the transsexual applicants to have gone through the complete surgical procedure. The candidates are merely asked to meet standard requirements for the jobs, including passing language skills and good service tests.

More than 100 transsexuals applied for the first round of jobs when the airline was first launched. The airline has not yet begun its flight schedule, but is due to be in the skies by April, providing charter flights throughout Asia.

Kelly Osbourne sex-swap shock

Kelly Osbourne ­tearfully dumped ­fiancé Luke Worrall when she found out he was ­having a secret affair.

The heartbroken star finally ended her engagement to the model when she discovered he was cheating with Elle ­Schneider, an identikit blonde.

But what Kelly DOESN’T ­realise is that Elle was born a man – and is now a pre-op transsexual.

Elle, 21, from Miami, revealed her secret to the Sunday Mirror, and produced an ID card that shows she started life as Reynaldo Gonzalez.

She said: “I was open with Luke that I was born a boy. He didn’t mind – in fact it turned him on more.

“He is a very good-looking guy and when I first met him, he seemed so vulnerable and messed up, I wanted to look after and protect him.

“He always insisted to me he was single and I had no idea he was engaged to Kelly ­Osbourne.”

Kelly blasted Luke in a ­succession of expletive-ridden Twitter rants two weeks ago after discovering his infidelity – but she will be more shattered to learn the whole story.

On December 28, Kelly, 26, tweeted: “Luke Worrall is the biggest piece of s**t .

“He is the worst thing that ever happened to me. He has used me for my money and a free ride. I have never felt heartbreak like this in my life.

“I only came home for Xmas to see him meanwhile he has been f*****g hundreds of girls as well as men behind my back.”

Transgendered Elle, who has the same tousled blonde locks as Kelly, met Luke in a New York nightclub more than a year ago.

She says he was smitten from the start – but she was horrified when she found out he was dating Ozzy and Sharon ­Osbourne’s ­famous daughter.

“From the moment I met him, he was telling me he loved me and he wanted us to get ­married,” she said. “But now I ­realise it was all lies. At the same time as he was professing his love to me, he was doing the same to Kelly.

“I think the way he has ­treated her is ­terrible and I only hope she can ­finally move on. The way Luke lives his life is ­completely toxic.”
Luke Worrall and Kelly Osbourne (Pic:

Elle, who ­started ­hormone treatment three years ago and has breast ­implants, said Luke was aware she was a ­transsexual from the start.

“He told me that it turned him on knowing I was once a boy. Luke is very different to most guys ­sexually.

“It was a relief to find someone who accepted me as I am. Since I was a kid I have always felt I am a woman trapped in a man’s body and I was determined to have a sex change as soon as I was old enough.”

Honduras: Investigate Murders of Transgender Women

I was shocked when I read this article, transgender woman are hunted like animals and killed in a horrible way, I stand by what I always say ” Why are we hunted and killed like animals”  I hope that through education people will understand and accept transgender people as normal people in society.

(Tegucigalpa) – The Honduran government should ensure a prompt and thorough investigation of the recent murders of transgender women and bring those responsible to justice, Human Rights Watch and Red Lésbica Cattrachas, a Honduran lesbian rights organization, said today.  Six transgender women have been murdered in Honduras since November 29, 2010, with the latest killing on January 17, 2011.

The women were murdered on the streets or in their homes in the capital, Tegucigalpa, and in the cities of Comayagüela and San Pedro Sula. The attacks ranged from gunshots to setting the victims on fire.

“The impunity with which these murders have taken place has shaken the entire lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community in Honduras,” said Indyra Mendoza, director of Red Lésbica Cattrachas. “We need legislative change and prevention programs to end discrimination in Honduras, because at the moment we are living our lives in hiding.”

In its May 2009 report, “Not Worth a Penny: Human Rights Abuses against Transgender People in Honduras,” Human Rights Watch detailed the abuse and harassment of the Honduran transgender community and the government’s failure to investigate and prosecute bias-motivated attacks on transgender people. Honduras needs a comprehensive anti-discrimination law based on international human rights standards and effective and prompt investigations into all reports of violence against transgender people, Human Rights Watch said in the report.

Since the release of the report, 34 members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) community have been murdered in Honduras. But there has only been one successful prosecution and conviction for an attack on a transgender woman.

In the latest series of attacks, the transgender women appeared to have been tortured before being killed. On November 29, 58-year-old Idania Roberta Sevilla Raudales was found dead in her home in Comayagüela, her arms and legs tied with cable cords and knife wounds on her throat.

On December 18, the burned body of 23-year-old Luisa Alvarado Hernández (known as Lorenza in Honduran press reports) was found in a gutter outside her home, also in Comayagüela. She had multiple wounds on her face, as if she had been hit repeatedly with a solid object, local press reports said, and her face was so badly damaged that it was unrecognizable. A used condom was found by her side but there has been no information in the media about whether she had been sexually abused prior to her death.

Five days later, 45-year-old Lady Óscar Martínez Salgado was found stabbed and burned in her Tegucigalpa residence. A family member told the local press that Salgado had previously been assaulted in her home and stabbed in the neck. Following that assault, Martínez Salgado filed a complaint with the National Bureau of Criminal Investigation and identified three of the assailants, who later issued death threats against her. The search for the three suspects is ongoing.

Reana Bustamente, also known as “Cheo”, was the last victim of 2010. Her body bearing stab wounds was found on a main street of the capital city on December 29. On January 7, 2011, Briget Makaligton, a transgender sex worker, was found strangled to death in a busy street of Comayagüela, with the dead body of a man presumed to be her client on top of her. The latest known victim was Fergie Alice Ferg, who died from multiple gunshot wounds to the head and chest in the streets of San Pedro Sula, 180 miles northwest of Tegucigalpa.

The International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR), to which Honduras is a party, affirms the equality of all people in articles 2 and 26. The UN Human Rights Committee, which monitors states’ compliance with the ICCPR, has held that “sexual orientation” is a status protected under the ICCPR from discrimination. The continuum that exists between “sexual orientation” and “gender identity” has also been noted and touched upon by several UN bodies, as discussed in “Not Worth a Penny.”

On May 20, 2010, the Central American Human Rights Council of Prosecutors (Consejo Centroamericano de Procuradores de Derechos Humanos), of which Honduras’s national Commissioner of Human Rights Ramón Custodio is a member, expressed its concern at the discrimination faced by the Central American transgender population and asked member states to protect all citizens equally. More recently, the Inter-American Commission of Human Rights expressed its concern about violence against transgender people and called on Honduras to investigate and prosecute those responsible.

These incidents are not isolated. Crime rates in Honduras are among the highest in Central America. According the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) Violence Observatory of the National Autonomous University in Honduras, there were 57.9 homicides per 10,000 inhabitants in 2008. During that year, there were 5.4 homicides per 10,000 inhabitants in the United States.

“The government needs to act urgently to fulfill its obligations under international treaties and swiftly arrest and bring to trial those responsible for these murders,” said Dipika Nath, researcher in the LGBT program at Human Rights Watch.  “It is up to the government to fulfill its commitment to protect the rights of all Hondurans regardless of their gender identity and sexual orientation.”

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Transsexual Model

Being a Transsexual Model.

I have been asked a few times over the last year why I decided to be a model? and why I think being a model is a good role model. There is a number of transsexuals that look up to what I do and others think that I am painting a bad picture for Transsexuals. I wanted to do this article to tell my side.

There are people out there that are Doctors, nurses, teachers and full time parents, We are all different and enjoy different things in life, I happen to love modeling , as a Transsexual Model I had to fight my way through and to be honest it is an ongoing struggle. Transsexual Model /s are being used more and more in advertising and marketing campaigns all over the world, I am not saying this is purley because of me but it is because people like me go out there and show people that it is ok to a Transsexual and a Transsexual Model, we are normal people from all part of society and there is no reason why I cant be a model.

I have lived my life in hiding for a long time before I pluged up the courage to come out in the press and say well this is who I really am and I am proud to me a Transsexual Model. Some groups were quick to point out that I was paid for some of the stories in the press and assumed that this was my motivation for doing the stories. A good friend of mine a Transsexual was attacked and nearly beaten to death, I was mortified at the attach and the fact that she was hunted like an animal, having suffered abuse myself I made wanted to do something to make it all better, not in a bad way but wanted to show the world that as Transsexuals are normal people.

The only way I knew how to was to raise awareness and I was involved with modeling and photography at the time, this is why I have decided that I will make a stand, no matter what. I will try my best and show people that Transsexuals are normal people. Me and my husband have taken a massive chance in all the publicity we have done, we have lost friends, work contracts not to mention all the threats we receive. Ever time something bad happens I am more determine to make a difference.

Being a Transsexual Model is only one part of who I am, I am also a wife, business woman and live a normal life, I hope some of the people that write bad things about me will consider the bigger picture and not judge me before you know my story.

I am a proud Transsexual Model and I hope the awareness that I raise this year will make a positive difference in the world, with understanding comes acceptance and I hope my message to people will help them understand Transsexuals more.

Lisa Du Preez

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Man Jailed for life for murder of Transsexual

Man jailed for life for murder of Destiny Lauren

Destiny Lauren Destiny Lauren was killed in her home and her jewellery, cash and mobile phone were stolen

A man who murdered a woman in north London and then stole cash, jewellery and a phone has been jailed for life.

Destiny Lauren, 29, was found strangled in her Leighton Crescent home in Kentish Town last November, Snaresbrook Crown Court was told.

Leon Fyle, 21, of Lewisham, visited the transsexual prostitute “for the purposes of a sexual encounter” but attacked her and stole her possessions.

He must serve at least 21 years before being considered for release.

Ms Lauren, who was born Justin Samuels, died shortly after being taken to hospital on 5 November 2009.

Fyle was found guilty of her attack in August.

Following the killing, Fyle took a bus to Kings Cross and went to a brothel where he paid £250 to have sex with two women, the court heard.

Leon Fyle Fyle spent £250 of the stolen money at a brothel shortly after the fatal attack

Det Insp Liz Baker, of the Metropolitan Police’s Homicide and Serious Crime Command, said: “The murder of Destiny Lauren was brutal and pre-meditated.

“Fyle has not shown one shred of remorse for this callous act nor for the suffering he has inflicted on Destiny’s family and friends.

Article available on BBC Website.

Transsexual Statistics

Approximately 30,000 to 40,000 postoperative transsexual women live in the United States, and many thousands more are now in the process of gender transition here. These numbers are much larger than commonly assumed by the public because a veil of invisibility hides the true nature and extent of the transsexual condition. Especially hidden are large numbers of highly successful women who have fully transitioned. The reason is that most successful women live in “stealth mode” or are “woodworked”. They leave their pasts behind and hide in plain sight in order to avoid social stigmatization and get on with their new lives. Their personal successes insure that they assimilate and blend right into society.

The social invisibility of successful women who have undergone gender corrections supports the notion that male-to-female transsexualism is extremely rare. However, intense transsexualism is not all that uncommon. Recent calculations indicate that the condition occurs in about 1 out of every 250 to 500 children born as boys, and that about 1 in every 2500 males in the U.S. has already undergone surgical sex reassignment*. Transsexualism is thus more than twice as prevalent as multiple sclerosis (MS), cerebral palsy or cleft lip/palate conditions.

The invisibility of these successes supports notions that gender transitions often have rather sad outcomes. At present, the media only spotlights transsexual people on two occasions, namely when “someone well-known changes sex” and when someone is a victim of discrimination, harassment or attack. Media stories about someone’s “sex change” are never followed-up to find out what happened years later. Instead stories always focus on pre-transition life and struggles during transition and never on their life afterwards. This lack of balance in exposure shapes society’s notion that transition leads to social marginalization or worse, because we “never hear about them again”. Only stories of occasional social failures and victims of harassment and attacks remain visible longer term.

Lacking successful role models, and confronted with deliberately staged, stereotypically-prurient images of “transsexuals” from media like the Jerry Springer Show, young trans girls are often terrified to tell anyone about their condition. Constantly reminded of the violence and discrimination that trans people face, but unaware that large numbers of successful women get beyond such difficulties, many young transsexual girls can’t see any way out of their awful predicament. Social stigmatization of transsexualism leads many young people to internalize a lot of undeserved shame, embarrassment and guilt about their condition. As a result, young transsexual girls often waste precious years before they seek help, and many never find a way to correct their gender condition.

Recently the veil of invisibility has been lifting, as many post-operative women all around the world have begun creating websites to help others. Some of these women are quietly “out” within the TS community. Others share their stories by being “virtually out” (VO) only via the web (while otherwise remaining woodworked or in stealth). We are very fortunate to finally be able to learn about their lives, as they become listed on webpages such as this one. Lynn hopes that more and more successful women will quietly come out, and feel comfortable sharing their stories this way via the web.

The women listed on these pages are a very diverse group. They are of many different nationalities, races and ethnicities. They come from a wide range of social classes and family backgrounds.

They transitioned at many different ages. Some have been postop a long time, others transitioned more recently. Some have been “out” for many years, others are still living stealthily.

Many of these women had to suffer terrible trials in order to transition, especially those who did so years ago. Some rose from extremely humble beginnings, including living on the streets, and yet succeeded anyways. Others had easier transitions in more recent times in the more enlightened western countries. A few were even fortunate enough to have had the support of their parents when they were young. As you’ll see, this webpage isn’t meant to be an “honor roll” or whatever. Instead it is meant to be place where these many diverse yet representative role models can come forward and become more visible – role models who are mostly accessible via the internet for interactions and help.

The thing that makes these women “successes” isn’t how far they’ve gone in their careers, or how much money they’ve made, or how pretty some of them are, or how well known some are as entertainers. Those accomplishments are very meaningful, and show that transitioning doesn’t have to hold a woman back from achieving traditional social measures of success. However, the real successes we find here are ones of the heart. They are successes in living “life in the large”. We see it in the happy faces, and sense it in between the lines of their stories. These are the successes of women who have survived and corrected their earlier transsexualism, and gone on to find joy and comfort and peace in their lives.

Taken together, our stories will gradually help change people’s views of the transsexual condition. After all, we are happy and productive contributors in all walks of life: as doctors and lawyers, as scientists, engineers and programmers, as airline pilots, as entrepreneurs, managers and office workers, as university professors and students, in politics, in education, in law enforcement, in the skilled trades, in modeling and in entertainment. The realities and completeness of our physical gender transformations cannot be denied. Many of us are wives, lovers or partners in long-term loving relationships. You can put a compelling human face on the transsexual condition by browsing the websites linked from these pages, which contain information about the experiences of these successful women.

Lynn hopes that these women’s stories provide hope, encouragement and role models to others, especially to those young transsexual girls-to-be who are facing gender transition. As teenagers they (and their parents and loved ones) need to learn that a complete correction of their gender condition is now possible by applying the knowledge gained by the pathfinders who have gone before, and by exploiting the miracles of modern medicine.

They also need to learn of the profound advantages of undergoing gender correction while young, as opposed to living in angst in the wrong gender for decades and then finally transitioning, in desperation, late in life. If parents can just learn to see that their transsexual child is really a “girl with a physical problem” rather than a “boy with a mental problem”, then that child’s future is especially hopeful. With parental love and support, a young transsexual girl can now reach for her dreams, and go on to live a full and joyous life as a woman.

How do they do SRS

A lot of people ask me this question all the time and I am not always sure how to answer it the best, so here are some detials regarding the procedure and I hope that it answeres some of your questions.

The Surgery

In the case of male-to-female SRS, some surgeons recommend the cessation of hormone therapy for three weeks prior to the surgery itself. It appears that the female hormones in the genetic female have a blood clotting action that isnot present when a genetic male takes female hormones, increasing the risk of severe bleeding. As stated earlier, male-to-female GRS is considerably moreeffective and successful than female-to-male GRS. The male-to-female procedure can take anywhere from three to five hours, depending upon whether additional skin grafts are required.

The goal of male-to-female SRS is to create female sexual organs that look asnatural as possible and that allow as much sexual arousal as possible. Thisincludes removal of the penile muscle and tissue, the testicles, and reshaping external genitalia to appear female and natural. It also involves creatinga vagina, one deep enough to allow satisfactory intercourse for those who desire intercourse. SRS is therefore cosmetic as well as constructive.

Several techniques can be used to create the vagina; however, the most favored and least invasive technique is using the inverted skin of the penis to line the newly created vaginal cavity. An incision is made from the base to thehead of the penis, and the skin is peeled away from the shaft while remainingattached to the torso. In many procedures, a portion of the penis head (theglans) with its nerve supply in tact is formed into a clitoris. This technique preserves sexual stimulation and enjoyment. If the penis is long enough, noadditional skin grafts will be necessary. If the penis is short, a skin graft will be necessary to line the deepest part of the vaginal cavity. This skinmay be taken from the lower flanks, sides, or above the pubic bone. Unfortunately, this will leave scarring. It is sometimes possible to use the scrotalskin, but all hair must have been removed by several electrolysis treatmentsprior to surgery to prevent hair growth inside the vagina at a later date.

In another type of procedure, the vagina is created using what are called “full thickness” skin grafts. These grafts are obtained from hairless portions of the sides or flanks and the penile skin is then used to create the labia minora and the scrotum skin to create the labia majora. The width and dept of the vagina are usually greater than with the inverted penile skin, and the newvagina has less of a tendency to shrink over time.

Rectosigmoid vaginoplasty utilizes a piece of the rectosigmoid colon insteadof skin grafts or inverted penile tissue. This technique allows for the creation of a deep and lubricated vagina, but is a more invasive and dangerous procedure and rarely the technique of choice.

To keep the new vagina from closing, a balloon-type device called a vaginal stent is inserted and remains in place for the length of the hospital stay, which averages around six days with complete bed rest. Demerol or morphine areusually given intravenously to ease the pain, and the surgical area is kept packed with ice to decrease swelling and bleeding. Because the entire reconstructive procedure cannot be performed in one operation, many individuals choose to have a second operation three months later to enhance the cosmetic appearance of the labia and clitoris.

The most common complication of male-to-female surgery is the strong tendencyfor the vagina to shrink and eventually obliterate itself. Surgery to correct the situation is more difficult and extensive than the initial procedure. It involves making incisions in the inverted penile skin and inserting full thickness skin grafts.

Patients should return to their surgeon for six-month, 12-month, and 24-monthassessment, and seek routine examinations for any particular personal problem that may arise. Follow-up assessments are important to track the social andpsychological development of the individual. Also following surgery, the patient will return to the female hormone regimen, which will continue to reshape the body to a more feminine contour and encourage the growth of breasts. (If larger breasts are desired, saline-filled breast implants can be inserted through an incision along the border of the areola under the breast tissue andthe pectoralis major muscles.) The hormone regimen will continue for the rest of the individual’s life, and the individual should obtain check-ups at least annually.

To enhance their overall femininity, the male-to-female transsexual may alsodecide to have a “cosmetic thyroid cartilage reduction” (tracheal shaving), which reshapes the Adam’s Apple, making it inconspicuous. Also, several voicemodification techniques are available to help raise the pitch of the voice for a more feminine tone. One common and perhaps the safest technique is a “cricothyroid approximation (CTA). In this procedure, the Adam’s Apple is pushedagainst the cricoid cartilage to which it is then stitched. This puts pressure on the vocal cords, tightening them and raising their pitch. This is a reversible procedure, and is of little risk to the vocal chords because the larynx is not involved. However, the permanence of this procedure remains to be determined.

Laser assisted voice adjustment (LAVA) is another option. This endoscopic surgery is irreversible and still considered experimental; however, it has shownsome success in raising the frequency of the male-to-female transsexual’s voice by as much a 100 Hz. The procedure involves reducing the thickness of thevocal chords with a carbon dioxide laser. Reduction in the vocal chord mass,and because as the vocal chords stiffen as they heal, cause they vibrate faster once healed, creating a higher pitch. Drawbacks to this procedure are thepossibility of permanent hoarseness, bleeding, swollen airways that may require hospitalization, and sore throat.

Other surgical procedures may also be considered, such as reshaping of the chin and cheeks, forehead contouring, and rib removal.

Female-to-male surgery has achieved lesser success, due to the difficulty ofbuilding a functioning penis from the much smaller clitoral tissue availablein the female genitals. In some instances, simply removing the breasts adequately satisfies the female-to-male transsexual. Others use a prosthetic penisthat is either glued or strapped on, while yet others choose to undergo a phalloplasty (plastic surgery to attach a penis). Penis construction is not attempted less than a year after the preliminary surgery during which the uterusand ovaries are removed. The procedure entails several surgeries during whicha tube-shaped structure is constructed by peeling and rolling skin from theabdomen or upper thigh and ultimately attaching it over the clitoris to preserve as much sexual stimulation as possible. This procedure often creates unsatisfactory urination ability and, while the penis can be used for intercourse, it is less than perfect. However, the presence of a penis is often highly important to the individual’s overall concept of their body image. While one study in Singapore found that a third of individuals who underwent female-to-male SRS would not choose to do so again, they were all pleased with the reassignment of their gender.

Whether the transition if male-to-female, or female-to-male, once the GRS hasbeen completed continued counseling and social support, particularly from the family, is highly important to enable the individual to readjust in societyas a member of his or her chosen sex. If the individual were socially or emotionally unstable before the operation, more than 30 years of age, or had anunsuitable body build for the new sex, they tend to do less well. In no casestudied did the procedure diminish their ability to work, however.

Seth Doane travels to Trinidad, Colorado, where the first private practice for gender reassignment surgery, more commonly called “sex-changes,” was begun over forty years ago.

Meeting The Man That Changed My Life. SRS Sexual Reassignment Surgery

I am sure you all know this already but for those that don’t, I had my SRS ( Sexual Reassignment Surgery ) in South Africa 1999. I was part of a university program to have a medical correction. Three years of evaluation, psychoanalysis, hormone, chromosomes test I was approved to have SRS surgery through the University Hospital in Pretoria.

The University invited a surgeon from the UK ( James Delrymple ) a pioneer in the field of SRS to do the operations as part of medical research for the University. He performed my surgery on the 21 June and left a few days after, I haven’t seen or been in contact with him since then.

I recently wrote him a letter to see if he will meet up with me as I am doing research for my book and I thought it would be nice to see him again. He agreed to the meeting and I met with him today at his house in London, I was delighted when he agreed to see me. He is the man that did my SRS, and changed my life for ever.

I was concerned that he wouldn’t remember me, but he did and it was a lovely to see him, he is now retired but still sees the patients that he operated on. We had an amazing chat about SRS and his experience on the subject.

It was a great reunion after almost 12 years and I am now more determined than ever to raise as much awareness as I can for Transgender people and SRS. He saved the lives of many transgender people out there and I love him for it. He is truly a caring man and I cant find words to explain how I feel about him and the work that he did.

We have agreed to stay in touch and I hope to see him again soon.

Transphobic Beauty Contest -UberGirl

I was amazed when I received an invitation to take part in UberGirl United Kingdom & Ireland – APPLY NOW. Then there FIRST conditions are  “Must be born female”

To me this is like saying disabled people cant play sport, although they are capable of doing so. I wont sound bitter about this but I don’t blame them, The transgender woman out there these days look amazing and I will be scared as well. OMG can you imagine, A beautiful woman that men adore and woman envy win there competition as she wasn’t born a woman.

Here is the amazing invitation that I had to refuse. Awwwww

P.S. I removed there links and pictures as I dont want to give them advertising.

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Can you please delete me from your mailing list, I take offence to the fact that you only take Girls that were born girls, you are probably scared that an attractive tranny might take part and win.
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Male to Female

Essential Difference Between Male and Female

A man asked a Sufi, “People talk about male and female, but what is the essential difference between the two?”

The Sufi replied, “O man, both are formed of the five elements. The concept of male and female applies to the body. The Artist who created the male and female merely decorated them differently. The body is a cage, a house in which either can dwell, but you are deceived by the decorations.

“If you think of this with wisdom, you will see that womanly qualities are soft and delicate. In the decorations of womanliness, there is a beauty that is like gold, a beauty that attracts. The energy in their faces and bodies is like a magnet. The male has a similar magnetic energy, but his is on the inside. Though men lack the gentleness and outer softness which attracts externally, they have the strong inner magnetic energy which is attracted by, and connects to, the outer magnetism residing in the face and form of a woman.

“The world says male and female, but if you reflect with your wisdom, you will realize that male and female are like two kinds of breath, like the sun and the moon. The two breaths are called the art of the sun’s heat, which is the male, and the art of the moon’s coolness, which is the female.

“In the sky, the moon is lower and the sun is higher. The moon takes in the light of the sun and sends it out as cool yellow rays in the night.

“But the original light must be understood. The power which is neither male nor female is light, and that is the point which both male and female must reach. You can understand this through the example of the sun and the moon in the sky and through the example of male and female on earth.

“Your understanding will be contained in two words: la ilaha, there is nothing other than You—the outgoing breath, on the left side; illallahu, You are Allah—the incoming breath, on the right side. These two breaths meet in Allah.

“In the same way, the soul which came from God must return to its source. You must return to Him in the same form in which you came from Him. This is the only state God will accept.

“The five parts called earth, fire, water, air, and ether cannot reach Him; they belong to the world. Do not be enamored with them, thinking of them as male and female. Discard them and say la ilaha on the left, and illallahu on the right. There is nothing other than God. If there is nothing else, then there is no male or female. When there is no male or female, there is only light. You must attain that light. That is divine wisdom, or gnanam.

“When God is the power and you are the light, the power is male and you are female. You must reach that power. Everything you see and desire will change. Everything you see in form or without form will change. The changeless power is the only male. God is the power, you are the ray. When this male and female merge, it is called gnanam and resplendence, light and completeness, Nur and Allah, insan kamil and wisdom.

“Both male and female qualities exist in the body. The male qualities are arrogance, strength, egoism, and fanaticism while the qualities of humility, reverence, devotion to God, beauty, and grace are the qualities of womanliness, the beautiful qualities. They male’s arrogant qualities want to control the beautiful female qualities and get on top of them.

“If man destroys the arrogant qualities of his ego, if he cherishes the womanly qualities and behaves as a woman toward God, he will be able to establish a connection with God.

“If men would have the qualities of women, the peace and tranquility of womanliness, then in the same way that women are beautiful, God’s beauty would enter them. Male qualities are the qualities of a male lion, a beast. If the male lion would change into a beautiful and gentle woman, it would no longer be male or female and it would receive the beauty of God’s qualities. Those qualities would fall in love with God, winning the light of God and receiving His beauty.”

Muhaiyaddeen, M.R. Bawa. The Golden Words of a Sufi Sheikh. Philadelphia: Fellowship Press, 1981, 2006. 147-149.

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Transgender Woman

Male-to-female Transgendered People

Transgender adults are not a new theory or issues in society. The fact of sex change operations and the rights of individuals that identify with the opposite sex, however is a new battle today. In past years individuals that were labeled one gender, but felt they belonged to the opposite gender were shunned and regarded as weird or abnormal. It is only recently that a term has been assigned, Gender Identity Disorder.

Many of the people living in the body of the wrong gender feel trapped and alone. Most are ashamed and afraid because of society’s harsh criticism and outcast techniques. There are many terms and names that have been assigned to transgender individuals, which can be considered derogatory, and for the use of exploitation in most cases. Transgender adults are considered an umbrella category in which there are many classes of individuals. One of the largest classes of transgender individuals are male-to-female transgendered people, who have breasts and other secondary sex characteristics typical of an adult female, but who have not undergone genital reassignment surgery. They are born males but identify with the female class and most often have characteristics of females. Generally a transwoman is a male with characteristics of a female that eventually begins to live as a woman. Most of them have more feminine characteristics and sometimes will even have female genitalia as well.

In some cases male-to-female transgendered people will undergo hormone replacement therapy and a breast implant to help with their life as a woman. This has a drastic affect on their lives and they face many issues in society that can devastate their life. Society does not have a good understanding of these individuals and they are often targets of cruel and harsh punishment. There are many jokes and issues of poking fun and very subservient treatment to transgendered people.

Shemales are a hot topic in the pornography industry. Many people are curious and will subscribe to websites and magazines to see what they are. This is a fantasy of many to be with an individual that exhibits characteristics of two different genders. Around the country there are also escort services that pride themselves in the specialty of shemale escorts. There is big money in the industry and many transwomen fall prey to the lures of financial gain.

Here are some facts about male-to-female transgendered people:

1. Male-to-female transgendered people do not feel like they are only half-female or half person. Most are offended by the media portrayal of the incorrect lifestyle. These individuals are normal people that you would not recognize as transgendered if they did not tell you

2. Most transwomen never go reconstructive genitalia surgery because they feel it is not necessary in their true identity.

3. Contrary to popular belief most male-to-female transgendered people are comfortable with the fact that they have male genitalia but live as a female.

4. Transwomen do not work any different or have lessened ability because they live in different clothes.

5. Regardless of the movie industry and pornographic portrayal most of them do not illicit illegal sexual acts or engage in fooling their partner.

6. According to the American Psychological Association there are approximately 1 in 30,000 individuals in America that transition from male to female and 1 per 100,000 that transition from female to male.

7. Male-to-female transgendered people are not gay, they simply feel that they are in the wrong gender body.

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An Introduction to Herbal Feminization for Transgender Females

The differences between men and women all boil down to hormones. Unfortunately, however, synthetic hormones are rarely a simple solution for transgender feminization. There are numerous risks involved and medical supervision is a must.

For many transgender females (especially those who maintain a male persona), these risks simply outweigh the benefits. Does that mean it’s time to kiss your wish of becoming a woman good bye? Not at all! Herbs are one feminizing alternative that won’t cost you your health.

While many are quick to dismiss herbs as a form of quackery, the fact remains that numerous herbs impact the hormonal balance of the male body. These herbs, known as phytoestrogens, mimic the effects of estrogen and are particularly effective at triggering breast growth. After all, gynecomastia (male breast enlargement) is triggered by factors ranging from medications to marijuana, so it stands to reason that herbs could also have this effect.

Does that make herbs a wholesale replacement for hormones? No. However, for those seeking only partial feminization, herbs can lead to an increase in breast size, softer skin, and possible rounding of the hips and behind.

How do you get started with herbal feminization? There are over 300 plants with phytoestrogenic activity, but the herbs that have proven most effective for feminization include fenugreek, fennel, wild yam, red clover, and hops. I suggest starting with a minimal dose of two or three herbs and working your way up as needed. (Just be sure not to exceed the manufacturer’s recommended dosage and speak with your doctor first if you have a medical condition or take prescription medications.)

To maximize breast enlargement, I also recommend massaging liquid herbal extracts into the breasts. Your breasts have the ability to absorb plant chemicals directly, so this helps target herbs where they are needed most. Simply combine a dropper full of extract with a tablespoon of body lotion and massage into the breasts twice daily.

What can you expect? While individual results vary, many males are able to increase their breasts by two or three inches strictly through the use of herbs and massage. Most notice changes within three weeks, though it can take several months to experience significant growth.

Patience and realistic expectations are a must, but thousands of males and transgender females have proven that hormones aren’t the only answer for a more feminine figure. Herbs truly can make a difference!

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This is one of my favourites, I love this bad, suede is really in for winter and I can imagine this bag with  the coat that I shared a few days ago. Let me know what you think.

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Another one of those love it or hate it pair of shoes, I have never been a fan of dots but with this design I think it looks good. These shoes will sure draw a loty of attention and I am sure with some accessories this will be a great head turners. They are not as high as they look and you dont put a lot of pressure on the front. Anyway I really like them.

Wanna Pass as a Woman? Male Feminisation.

Male Feminisation.

I came across this informational product while doing research for my book and I though it was good enough to share. This product covers a broad spectrum of making your appearance look feminine, I dont like the word Male Feminisation but this is how a lot people sell the consept and I suppose the best way for them to discribe the process. I also thought the voice training technique to be good.  Here is a link to the site and product. Please comment, I would love to hear what you think about it?

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