Every so often I will wear something eclectic like bright colored socks and casual pumps as in the photo below. Just before winter it's trickier with footwear in that sometimes don't want sneakers or boots. Getting that everyday combination of practicality, comfort and style takes a bit of practice. I have my staples now but own enough things that I can throw something together relatively easily no matter the occasion.It's been interesting developing my style over the years and things I would have kept when I was not living as Joanna have been abandoned because they were taking up room and not being used. I've got my formula down now but it took many years to perfect although I am likely to change again with the years.
This entry from the transhealth website dates back to 2001 and it offers a very nice dissection of the now mostly debunked but still controversial AGP theory and how this transgender woman could care two cents about it. People who have been trying to marginalize the experience of gynephilic transwomen have pushed for the stigmatizing idea that they are actually perverted men. Well this soul, who couldn't give a hoot either way, isn't buying any of it and her frankness at times had me chuckling to myself as I read her posting. If we ever met I would give her a hug for seeing through the BS but mostly for being herself: "About a year ago I was reading on Dr. Anne Lawrence’s site about a new theory of the origin of trans called “autogynephilia.” This theory asserts that many trans women—and transsexual women in particular—desire reassignment surgery because they are eroticizing the feminization of their bodies. The first thing that struck me about it, of course, was t