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A Long over do message from the Admin! [03 Feb 2012|10:44pm]

redmullet
[ mood | awake ]

Hello lovely people of this Livejournal community,
I'm the Admin, Becca. I haven't logged in to Livejournal in almost 5 years. I guess I lost interest in LJ. Well I never lost interest in the topic and would love to keep the community going if I knew there were enough people. I don't even know whats up with LJ these days it's been so long.

A lot has happened of course. I am now openly trans and have been performing drags shows with The Rebel Kings http://www.rebelkingsoakland.com/

I'd love to hear from you guys!

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Checking [15 Dec 2011|04:24pm]

kimberamber
[ mood | curious ]

is anyone here anymore?

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[20 Nov 2008|08:27pm]

ipuppetmaster33
These are me posing sexy, slightly suggestive I guess? Naughty of course! You be the judge of that hehe.

Enjoy!

Come here...Collapse )
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Yay [10 Nov 2008|01:48pm]

ipuppetmaster33
Here's another pic:

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[06 Nov 2008|09:14am]

ipuppetmaster33
More pics! The first one was after Halloween, the next ones were on Halloween after the party.

PicsCollapse )
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Hello! [02 Nov 2008|05:00pm]

ipuppetmaster33
Hey all, I just joined this community today, so I'm a newbie.

A little about me:

My name is Charles, I'm 19 years old, and I live in San Diego, California.

For the most part I'm an average dude, someone aspiring to make it into the heavy metal scene.

But I've got a side to me that my close friends aren't surprised of, and would surprise some through first impressions. I love to crossdress! I go all out for crossdressing in my clothing and make-up (I could touch on my somewhat thick eyebrows though) and I already have a rather androgynous appearance, and I've been called "miss" or "ma'am" in stores and public. I take big pride in that. I'm also very feminine in areas of my personality, and that's really brought out when I'm dressed in drag.

I'm very proud to play both a male and female when I can! Haha XD

Here's a little treat for you all if you can call it a treat: A few pictures of me in costume from this Halloween! Perhaps if I get a good response, I'll post more pics up in future entries! I don't have many "sets" of photos, but many photos from "sets" haha.

Woman In Me!Collapse )
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*Incomprehensible growling* [07 Oct 2008|10:37pm]

fayanora
Minister says tattoo gays with warningCollapse )

http://www.arcamax.com/uknews/s-421558-712913

Hey, while we're at it, the same kind of warning should be tattooed on straight people, too! Grrr.
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[29 Sep 2008|05:25pm]
unre_lia_ble
Hi, I'm Lia. This community looks nice, so I figure I should say hello.

You might call me a "beginner", I've only just started figuring out how to solve all the problems that come with being myself. Not just things like relatives not believing me, but also problems like shaving with water causing an allergic response... and you know how unfeminine the result of electric looks. And then there's the issue of getting reliable information - what will HRT do and not do? One says one thing, another says the opposite.

So, about me. I'm in my 20s, been more or less aware for a long time, but mostly ignored it. I valued finding a girlfriend above looking like I should, and figured not many girls would be interested in dating real me. Well guess what, they're not interested in confused fake guys either :P .

I'm so lucky to have a face that could easily pass as female, and in the right clothing my skinny figure would work as well (no anorexia, I'm desperately trying to gain weight actually).

I guess I should stop writing before I throw my whole soul out in this post.

hugs for all,

Lia
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NEW COMMUNITY PROMO: cd_signots [05 Aug 2008|03:02pm]

im_adolla_richa
Are you a significant other of a crossdresser or a crossdresser who wants advice from significant others of crossdressers? Then check out my new community cd_signots. I created this community because there are loads of communities for crossdressers, transgendered, and polygendered people, but not many that are just for the significant others. If you know someone who might be interested in this community, please let them know.

Thanks!



x-posted to
antigender
crossdressing
genderbending
mygirlyman
str8_cds
transvestic
transvestism
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Annoyed [01 Mar 2008|11:19pm]

fayanora
Okay, so the other day I was at Subway in full femme mode - pink blouse, had a skirt, had a purse - and the one Subway person is talking to the other one about this tricky problem with my rewards card and my cash card, and the one girl keeps using the "he" and "his" pronouns in reference to me. Okay, I get it: I sound masculine. But for cryin' out loud, I'm wearing a dress, have a pink blouse on, and wearing pink socks, and I have a purse. Could you please use the right fucking pronouns? You know, "she" and "her"?

I was feeling too shy to say anything about it, but I was very annoyed.
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[25 Aug 2007|12:30pm]

xevv
Hey everybody. I thought I might post some of my genderqueer shots up, to be found here (link takes you back to my lj). Critique welcomed. It's interesting how since I bleached my hair, I think I pass more easily than when it was my natural color. Somehow that seems contradictory, but I'm not complaining. The past few days I've really O.D.-ed on the cutesy girly stuff, you know, mini skirts, cute socks, hair bows and ridiculously kawaii barettes. I say it's time for a switch. Right now I'm still sort of on this gender pendulum, one day I'd like to be able to find a nice middle ground. Something consistent. But maybe that's just an ideal, or maybe the swinging pendulum really is the only middle ground available to me. Not sure. Anyways.

Cross posted.
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Mistresses Have Secrets Too [20 Aug 2007|07:37am]

missmercibelle
Fair warning, this greeting is going to be crossposted to several communities as a general introduction.

My handle is Miss Merci Belle and I am a 27 year old female living in the Midwest. While I do have two bachelor degrees I've learned that there are only three loves in my life - my husband, my writing, and kink.

5 am posting. Forgot to cut. Sorry!Collapse )
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A little lonely [31 Jul 2007|04:23pm]

kimberamber
[ mood | lonely ]

Is there anyone out there that wants to chat on Msn messenger? I need another CD to talk to.

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old friend i haven't talked to since i was a kid [10 Jul 2007|08:42pm]

tribal_tiger
[ mood | worried ]

i found a friend of mine from elementary school on facebook. i messaged her, and apparently she's moving back to colorado in a few weeks for college. i looked at her profile again. she's a mormon. that doesn't bug me, but well... my being queer might bug her. so i felt obligated to tell her. dunno if this was the smart way to do it, but i can't (and wont) hide things like that. maybe i should have been the one to wait to tell her so she knew that queers aren't satan-spawn... i dunno. i can't stand the thought of purposefully hiding that, or anything.

ya know, i took another look at your profile. You're a mormon. I really don't care, and actually one of my favorite teachers is a mormon, and he cleared up some things for me about it. I'm actually pretty accepting. I read a few chapters of the book of mormon. I can say that i personally don't believe, but i would never hold someone's beliefs against them, so long as they understand their own beliefs and truly believe.

but i think i should tell you, because of your faith, that i might offend you by my very being.

i'm bisexual, and i'm transgendered.

i put that out there cause i don't hide anything. trying to hide that or change it only gives me pain, and takes away my will to live. the only time i've ever been able to accept god is when i accepted myself. as soon as i think that god hates me or that this is against god's wishes, i can no longer believe in god. understand that i know there's things in the bible that are said to be against my beliefs, but also know there are other ways to interpret those verses. i choose to believe that god doesn't make mistakes, and i am the way i am because god intended me to be this way.

if you don't believe that, and you can't accept me the way i am, that's ok. that's why i'm putting it out now. it's best that you have the option to turn away now, than have to fight about it later.

i'd hate to see you go. i really do try not to offend anyone, and i'm not one to shove things in anyone's face. i can do my best to not make a big deal out of anything, but it's probably going to come up.

just thought it was fair to let you know.
if you don't want to talk to me again, just let me know that that's what you've decided. i won't bother you.
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Transgender Rights Town Meeting - University of Maryland, Baltimore County - Baltimore, MD [22 Apr 2007|09:52am]

dumblemop
POLITICS BEFORE PEOPLE: A TOWN HALL MEETING
ON TRANSGENDER RIGHTS

April 24, 2007
7:00 pm
Chemistry Building, Lecture Hall 2

One of the top 2007 legislative priorities for LGBTQ rights organizations in Maryland was adding protection for transgender Marylanders in the state's anti-discrimination laws. Despite majority support in both the House and Senate the legislation was defeated by one vote in committee.

Join us to discuss what happened in Annapolis and where we go from here. We will be joined by the bill's sponsors, Delegate Adrienne Jones and Senator Lisa Gladden. Our special guest is Julie Nemecek, the Michigan college professor who was recently fired when she came out as transgender. Additional speakers are Steve Glassman, Chairman of the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission, and David Noble, Political Director, National Gay and Lesbian Task Force.

Refreshment and light snacks will be provided. ASL interpreter is available on request; please contact 301-587-7500. Parking is available on campus. Sponsored by UMBC Gender and Women's Studies Program.



UMBC's website.
Directions, parking information, and map of campus.


(x-posted to anywhere I think is likely to care.)
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[19 Apr 2007|10:42pm]

saluteyrnurse
Gravy Train!!!!
Jenna Riot
The Clorox Girls

8:30 p.m.
$10
All ages
Advance tix available at www.virtuous.com

GRAVY TRAIN!!!!
Oakland's bestest electro-punk-raunch-rap foursome tryies out tunes from its hot new CD All the Sweet Stuff (due on Cochon in July). The most fun you can have that's relatively legal. "The band mixes musical styles and sexual orientations with reckless abandon, coming up with a try-sexual, lo-fi rap/dance fusion that makes Peaches sound as polished and demure as Celine Dion." --All Music Guide
http://www.gimmegravytrain.com

JENNA RIOT
Jenna Riot's favorite things are: tough queer femmes, big hair, fishnets, stilettos, gaudy jewelry, and Crunks Not Dead Records. She is a busy bombshell! Take a vacation to the lipstick lakes and sip on a lip-gloss cocktail in your best bikini to "Girl You Look Expensive" (out on Crunks Not Dead). Her lyrics indulge in views of modern feminism, best friends forever, traditional vs. modern, femme paradises, butch/femme dynamics, raunchy & glam.
"The glamorous Ms. Riot's sound is a sexy, smartly tuned hybrid of everything fabulous: the same vibe that's been carefully flirted with by bands like the Fitness and Mon Frere." --The Stranger
http://www.myspace.com/jennariotmusic

CLOROX GIRLS
Does it matter that the Clorox Girls are boys? No. What matters is the music they make and the impression they leave after the final sweaty mongoloid fan leaves the club. Thurston Moore and Byron Coley nailed it 'with their quip that the Clorox Girls "are harder to ignore than a trouser full of antlers." What you have in the Clorox Girls is a band that plays late 70s style punk, from a time when punk was influenced by the likes of Buddy Holly, Chuck Berry, Ritchie Valens, Little Richard, Elvis, and Howlin Wolf. Couple this with early '80s Los Angeles, you know, the Gears, Controllers, Germs, Red Cross, (Chavo) Black Flag, Dickies, (along with healthy serving of early Who, some unhealthy French pop obsessions), and you have an idea of where these three Girls are coming from." --SXSW
http://www.myspace.com/cloroxgirls



Buy Tickets Here
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[12 Apr 2007|11:19pm]

saluteyrnurse
BITCH with Jenna Riot and Origami (from Australia)
Sunday, April 15, 2007
12 Galaxies
2565 Mission Street
San Francisco, CA
TICKETS: $10/$12 - Buy advance tickets!
SHOWTIME: 9 PM
www.12galaxies.com


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A quick note from the mod [09 Mar 2007|01:16pm]

soundandvisi0n
[ mood | anxious ]

Hey everyone! I just wanted to let you know I have a new livejournal soundandvisi0n

Redmullet is no more, so feel free to add me at my new journal.

David Beck's myspace: http://www.myspace.com/oyouprettything
My myspace: http://www.myspace.com/savedbirock

Keep up the great work, thanks for keeping this community going!

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[03 Mar 2007|12:28pm]

hellobettsy
I'm trying to orgnize a RHPS showing
and I'm having trouble figuring out how you get the rights to show the movie
I have a theater
I have a cast
I have costumes
I have plenty of experince promoting concerts so geting an audiance should not be a problem
but with making shure the showing is leagle I'm compleatly lost
If someone could please comment with a link, a phone number, an email address or just a breif explanation on how to make shure I'm not breaking any laws with this showing
you would be a saint
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