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Posted in Gender Role Reversal Part 2 on 2011-10-02 20:25:40

Again Pattiann, thank your for invaluable support. I wasn't aware that you were born male, but am so happy that you are now one of us and I say welcome. My girls are such a complete joy to me, it pains me to think that under different circumstances they might have had to live their lives out as something less than a feminine being. It really is so wonderful being a woman and I know that you would agree wholeheartedly. We must continue to encourage our friends, family, sons and daughters, to join us and guide them in their journey to feminity, although I'm sure it can be a hard trip some times, the end result in every case will be worth it. Patti, we must be there for one another always. Patti, please keep monitoring this website, it comforts me to know that there is a kindred spirit out there close at hand.

Posted in Gender Role Reversal Part 2 on 2011-10-02 16:48:34

Thank you, Pattiann, for your support, it really does mean a lot to me. No, fortunately there is no male figure in our lives, the girls' father left 3 months before Cathy was born, a typical man, but we won't get into that here. And as far as girls go, I truly believe they should be brought up in a manner that would be more typical of raising a boy, however, being girls, I believe they can and should be able to enjoy the pleasures of being feminine. A girl, and a women, can handle this much better than a male, with a male it's one thing or the other, they don't seem to have the emotionally capacity that girls do. The girls can be feminine and still enjoy sports and other things deemed by society's narrow view as masculine. But we must stress to them that they are to be dominant at all times with their interactions with males, that really and truly males are inferior to females in so, so many ways. This attitude seem to be coming a trend, both in America and Europe, and if we keep it up and advise our friends and daughters that this is indeed the way of the future, then it's a foregone conclusion that the world will be a much better place in years to come. Pattiann, please keep in touch, no doubt there will rough spots for us in the future but with people like yourself around to give encouragement, I'm sure we'll get through. And I'm going to check out Eunice's posting right now, it'll be so interesting to hear how she managed to successfully feminize her husband. I just love the whole concept of that.

Posted in Gender Role Reversal Part 2 on 2011-10-01 16:00:19

Hi, Patti, good to hear from you. My "boys" are ages 5 and 7. Both are very content and happy little girls, delightful children, at least from a mothers point of view. The answer to your question is - no, I'm was so lucky because they have never shown any masculinity whatsoever in their personalities. That was always my biggest fear. But I immersed them totally into femininity from the day they were born and I think that it the key. They claim our persona is determined 50% by nature and 50% by nurture, and in my case I appear to have been blessed by the fact that nurture has been dominant over nature. Of course they were both given female names - Lori Louise is 7 and Catherine Elizabeth is 5. Lori is in school now and that was a potential problem that had to be solved, but understanding teachers have made allowances for the private use of washroom facilities for her, to which I am so grateful and relieved. Catherine will not be going to school under next autumn, and I've had the same discussion with the teachers for her. Personally, I'd highly recommend this to any and all mothers. Again, I've been so lucky to have understanding people around me to assist and answer my many questions, but I'm just so happy that and pleased with the everything that has happened and look forward to seeing my beautiful daughters grow up (but hopefully they'll stay little for a while longer, if you know what I mean). Thank you for your interest, Patti, and please keep in contact.

Posted in Gender Role Reversal Part 2 on 2011-09-29 11:24:55

We, as parents, have a responsibility to femininize our sons, after all it's not their fault that they had the bad luck to be born male. They should be raised as girls from day one, they would be happier and more content for it, and hey, the world would be a better place. Again, as a mother of two boys who are now completely feminized, I can recommend doing this to every parent of a male child, please don't let them grow up to be like the men that are around us today, give them a better future. When they are grown women, they'll thank you for it.

Posted in Gender Role Reversal on 2011-09-29 01:35:29

Do you agree that it would be a good idea if all mothers brought up their boys in exactly the same way as if he were a girl, teach him to be feminine, to dress and act like a girl? I believe these boys would be happier later in life and without question they would make better citizens. Females are becoming the dominant sex, so that means that the males must assume the female role, so they might as well be taught to be girls from the time they are small. A great many boys and young men even now would be happier in a subservient or femiine role, but they've been taught to be men, although it goes again their mental and emotional state of mind. Please let me know your opinion of this. Thank you.