Hi Everyone! Hope this finds you all having a great week. I have been crazy busy lately and finally sat down the other day to watch a few things on my DVR. One of the shows on my list is the Bruce Jenner Interview. I decided to watch it again. Of course I have seen, now, Caitlyn Jenner’s photos and various articles. I thought I would take the chance to share with you my take on a few things. I’m going to stress ~ these are only my feelings, nothing scientific nor am I saying I’m right. I’m not quite sure where to start, but I can say this is going to be at least a two part blog, maybe even more. And of course I would love your input.
Embracing Your Feminine Side
One of the most common thing I hear from my callers is how much more they feel like themselves when they embrace their femininity. The second most common thing I hear, is how they struggle with it. This was repeated throughout the Jenner interview. How do you struggle with something that feels so right? When shown pictures of very happy times, Bruce (at the time of the interview ~ that is what he was being called) and asked how he was feeling at the time, he said that very thing. One of the things that impressed me most is when he took his pony tail down. I believe he actually said, “finally.” As though he was literally, letting his hair down. Even in such an emotional moment, you could see a part of him just relax.
Sharing You Femininity With Others
This is probably one of the most difficult decisions for anyone can make, even if are not sharing something others might have a hard time understanding. Letting others see an unknown side of you is scary. Who you share that with is personal. No one has to come out to the world. You might only share with one other person. It could even be your phonesex Mistress. And I understand those who it is their choose not to share it with others ~ for whatever reason. It’s ok. If I can say anything ~ be comfortable with what you do.
How Far Do You Go With Your Femininity
Not everyone wants to transition completely to a woman. For some, maintaining there masculine persona is simply a must for them. Maybe when they see family out of state they have to be their male ego. Maybe it is work. Others, may choose to live as a woman full-time and openly. However, due to finances, health issues or other reasons, surgery and/or hormones are not possible. Again, what YOU choose to do, must fit you. You must be comfortable with it. Decide what works best for you. And no one is saying that you have to make all the major decisions today. Find a balance that works for you.
In my next blog, I am going to address a few things that tend to get overlapped I find. I’m talking about cross dressing, being transgender, and sexuality. They are not necessarily connected at all. At some point, I would like to discuss the pink elephant in the room ~ the cost of all of it. Let’s face it, being a woman is expensive. And becoming one, even more so. Check back in a day or so and we’ll pick up here.
Until next time,
Ms Kay Marie