It’s been a while, I know. In fact 4 months since I last published on my blog. I have not been hibernating, rather I’ve been trying to cope with the challenges that have been tumbling my way. Life goes on around us, whether we want it to do so or not, and as much as … Continue reading Jenny’s Playing Mansions of Madness.
I look in the Mirror and what do I see A grey haired man looking back at me. I put on a frock some makeup and hair Oh what joy, as Jenny is there. What is it about dressing up and needing to look at the girl in the mirror? Why do I want to … Continue reading Mirror, Mirror on the Wall.
The family and I have just come home from a long weekend break in country Victoria. It was the mini holiday we all needed. My wife noticed that I was getting a bit frayed around the edges and suggested we were long overdue to get away from the treadmill we were running on and so … Continue reading Conversations By The Open Fire.
A poem by Jenny Williams. Phone camera ready. Proof Of Life By Jenny Williams Flickr, Flickr on the screen Look who’s wanting to be seen. I post a picture, with a certain pride, I want it out there, I don’t want to hide. So I snap the picture, in the perfect light In a pleated … Continue reading Proof of Life
Sorry for my absence. The soft winds and warm sun have pushed the dark clouds away. The last few weeks have been full of highs and lows for me being Jenny. After writing my last entry in this blog, I started thinking about my next one. I had it all mapped out in my mind … Continue reading A Storm That Came and Went
Being Transgender is wonderful and beautiful. It’s about pushing aside a lie so you can be authentic and live true to yourself. Being a Crossdresser is the same, the same beauty, the same peace the same harmony of being complete. BUT this existence draws a minefield of confusion, pain and hurt especially when you are … Continue reading It’s Those Simple Pleasures.
I have only purged twice and have regretted both times. The decision to throw out all my female belongings in an attempt to remove Jenny from my life, came out of a desperation to be a “normal male” and try to conform to how my body is built. Those were dark periods, during a point … Continue reading The Desperate Act of Purging.
When I finally told my wife about my crossdressing and Jenny, during the conversation she asked “Why?” At first I did not understand what she was asking, so I think I answered something about having this inbuilt drive to express myself as female. She interrupted my monologue and asked “Why are you like this?” “Why … Continue reading Is There an Answer To WHY?
I added a guide to MTF hormones on the links page and it made me think about the Gender Variance Spectrum. The definition they use on this page is " We use “MTF” as shorthand for a spectrum that includes not just transsexuals, but anyone who was assigned male at birth and who identifies as … Continue reading The Spectrum Between Marcia and I
I think we all know the logical answer to this, which is as soon as possible before that problem escalates and become unmanageable. Sort it out early and hopefully a solution can be found. The question behind the question is "How can you ask for help when you don’t know that you need it?" … Continue reading When should you ask for help?