Trans Day 2008

Submitted by Chrissy J, the model and photographer.

“Some time ago, a group of my online friends decided to ‘dress up’ on┬áMarch 29th, 2008, and post the results on Flickr.┬áThis was my contribution. Strictly speaking, I wasn’t a cross-dresser at that time because I was, then as now, living in my preferred gender identity. But any opportunity to show off…”

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Posted by on December 17th, 2012 at 10:00 am

Category: faces 4 comments »

4 Responses to “Trans Day 2008”

  1. Julian

    The world needs more people like you who are comfortable in their own gender identity as well as comfortable crossing the lines a little bit. :) It doesn’t make you any less of a man to wear that awesome outfit! :D


    Chrissy J replied:

    Ah, well, the thing is Julian, I wasn’t a cross-dresser at the time because I’d been living full-time (for about a year) in my preferred gender identity *as Chrissy* . . . I forgot to complete the sentence, I think. ;-)

    But yeah, I get what you’re saying, and the one of the things that made our little group so happy, was that we *were* quite comfortable (if irregular) in our excursions into girliedom. I just took it a bit further! :-)

    Thanks for your comment, BTW!


  2. Vallin SFAS

    Well stick with it, hon! You have a natural gift.


  3. Denii

    …and well you should!


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