I'm a transgender woman that has identified as female for a long time. I have lived as a woman for 20+ years already. I consider myself non-op since surgery can be expensive and has risks that I'm not ok with. Little by little I expose a bit more about me in my blog. It has helped me also because I also become a better person and Domme.
Being open-minded to see the beauty in the transgender community and what we have to offer.
I try to always learn. There is always something new I want to find out more about. I don't know as much as I think I do.
I won't do any of those BDSM "tests". What I enjoy may change from day to day and can't be put into percentages that will not be the same in a month.
When it comes to having a submissive, my goal is see her become a better person. Anyone can spank, cane, or tie up someone, but it takes love, kindness and patience to watch your submissive grow into someone who cares and takes pride in herself. Sometimes the push she needs is not punishment, but help in seeing what she can do to help herself.
Watersports, urine and scat play are turn offs along with probably a great way to end up sick. The only other hard limit is diapers.
I will never ever accept a male submissive. There usually is someone though who thinks they will be the exception to the rule. There are no exceptions.
Don't expect a reply back especially if all you say is hi or greetings.
I'm not a fan of people who think they have all of the answers. It means you are close minded and not open to learning anything. I'm not an expert on anything and I am ok with that.
If all you see of the transgender community is a fetish you just have to try then you should probably look elsewhere. We are not here for the amusement of others.
I am looking for a female submissive. I have no interest in men at all. I will eventually find someone with an open mind.
I have about 2 years of college left. Social Work is my major. It is just who I am. Helping others pleases my soul. It is also something I do well at because I have been there before and worked my way out of that hole myself. It reminds me to be grateful for the blessings I have today, because they may be gone tomorrow.
I am always in the process of discovering who I truly am. It shows up in my blog or conversations with friends. Sometimes I don't see it until I reread it in my blog and just wonder where that came from.
You cannot really be too concerned with what people think of you. You're on your own adventure of growth and discovery. So it's not always good to be who people think you are, especially if you subscribe to it as well ... which is easily done, because then you don't have to figure out who you are, you just ask somebody else. Tom Waits