Sunday 27 June 2010

An Introduction

I consider myself to be an Autogynephilic transsexual, I take low dose hormones via my doctor to keep my GID under control. The low dose hormone works well and keeps my head clear. I guess I'm allergic to my own testosterone or its own natural levels are to high for me. Anyone else who can identify with this please say hello.

I'm tall, about 6ft, hair (getting long) is a light brown/blond, blue/green eyes and slim build. I've great legs too.

As a female I like to dress and appear pretty much as a real woman of my own age would be. 

I'm not full time, as I really don't think I have the strength of character to do so. I guess I'm too worried by what other people would think. No way to run your life worrying about what other people think is it. 

Always like to hear from others what ever their background or sexuality. So if you fancy getting in touch then please do.


  1. Hi Cheryl,
    thanks for posting about yourself, I saw a response from you on the crossdreamer blog. Your pics are wonderful, you look great. I am curious about your use of hormones. Is it a way to control the fantasy aspect becoming a woman? Does it keep you from over-sexualizing (is that even a word, ha) it? I've been wondering if I should try that, or suggest it to my therapist. I have very strong desires to be a transsexual woman, I have my whole life, but I'm 45, I don't know if I have the courage to do it, I'm doing laser on my facial hair, growing my hair out, shave a lot and have my eyebrows waxed. Every morning I wake up wanting to transition, but I don't know if it's just something I want, or something that I truely am. I recently did about 3 weeks of self prescribed hormones, 2mg estrofem, 100mg spiro, but was getting scared of medical problems because I'm older than 40. I decided to see a doctor if I want to continue. Anyway, my fantasy life, to me seems unhealthy, like there's too much of it, and I've always wondered if there were something I could do about it, tried several things, but nothing works, other than either fantasizing, which fixes it for a short time, or dressing up and going out...which is a major big deal, so I usually end of using fantasy to get me through the gender dysphoria. So I was curious how the hormones were working for you, and if there's anything else that you've tried. xo

  2. Thank you for your message. I will make my next blogg answer all your questions.

    In the meantime please don't self prescribe, there is no need to. You're not alone I know what it's like.

  3. Hi Cheryl!

    I remember you from the nineties... 'Sussex TG page'.

    I like your pictures, you are a very lovely and nice person!

    (from Hungary)