Friday, April 27, 2007


Five Things that I Can't Have Enough Of:

1. pink panties

2. nail polish

3. black dresses

4. skirts

5. camis

Wednesday, April 25, 2007

I attended the LGBT Christian fellowship at the center last night. It is a wonderful activity during the midweek. I enjoy it so much, meeting with my brothers in Christ.

I will be finished classes in May. It's been a hectic semester but I learned so much in the process. The fall semester will be my last until graduation.

I'm developing my wardrobe and arranging in order the things that I'll need. Though I love to dress up, meeting other TG's is important to me. I will have more chances to be out this summer. Also, Pridefest is coming up in June. I will be there dressed and mingling with my brothers and sisters.

Monday, April 23, 2007

I took one of those gender tests last Friday. It's called the COGIATI test. I took it a year and a half ago. I score a +3 which means that I am androgyne. This time around I scored a -10. Not really a big difference but it confirms what I felt the first time I took the test-that I possess more feminine characteristics than masculine. I believe that sometime in the future I may dress as a woman part time for the most part. There's a chance that I may dress full time. Someone suggested that I take Kate Bornstein's gender test and I may do so.

Friday, April 20, 2007


Spring is the blossoming of new opportunities

Wednesday, April 18, 2007

I have been busy with term papers at school. Finished one today and the other is due tomorrow.

I have a better idea on the clothes that I want to purchase. I have to order some thing online because of the particular article or style. When summer rolls around, Gennee's gonna take on the town!

Saturday, April 14, 2007

Classes will be done in a few weeks. I'll have more opportunities to go out and mingle with other TG's. I really want to have some TG friends to hang out with. I need some new clothes, too. Funny, I never felt that way about clothes before.

Friday, April 13, 2007


Contentment is being comfortable with yourself.

Thursday, April 12, 2007

Things have been good with me the past week. Attended Easter service on Sunday. I'm looking at clothes for the spring. The feeling of contentment is so soothing. I'm not sure if coming out is suppose to do that but it has to me. And that was in July 2005! I believe inner contentment is about being comfortable in your own skin and not letting negative vibes from others throw your equilibrium off.

Friday, April 06, 2007


If it were my choice, I would be en femme all the time.

Thursday, April 05, 2007

One thing I love is wearing hats when I'm in drab. I like them on women, too. I am going to incorporate them in my femme wardrobe, also. I generally wear skirts, blouses, and dresses. I don't wear pants because I wear them when in male mode.

School will be finished in another month. Can't wait. I'll be able to attend some TG events. I have class three nights during the week and it's hard for me to go to these events. I am involved with a couple of groups at the center. I want to help my transgender brothers and sisters and improve the lives of transgender people. I admit to not being an activist, but feel responsible in helping others.

I'm thinking about writing stories and articles from a transgender perspective. It's amazing how life is so different when I discover my own transgenderism. I wish to convey the positive because there's so much negativity about us already. There are many happy and productive transgenders out there.

Monday, April 02, 2007

I was dressed again this past Friday. I wore a blue skirt, blue flats, and a red three-quarter sleeve top. I stayed in the community center because I was a little tired and had some reading to catch up on. It's amazing how people can or cannot read you. One thing I do notice is that people respect you for expressing yourself.

I was thumbing through a Lane Bryant catalog looking for dresses. Still looking for that elusive black dress. It's a matter of finding a style that I like. Need more shoes and camis also.

My life as a CD has evolved. It has moved from just wanting to dress up to contributing and helping others in the TG community. I believe that is what my mission is.