Gender Part Two

Things have gotten better since my last post. You may have noticed a few changes on this blog’s sidebars and stuff. Specifically, my new name. Yes, I came out as trans last night. My name is Ramona Savage, and I am a woman (God Damn it still feels good to say that).

I mean, I’m still having shitty¬†dysmorphic moments when I shave or look at my body (which is the reason why, whenever I took lewd selfies, I preferred to leave my shirt on: I didn’t have to look at it), but knowing that I’m not holding it in anymore, and that there are people who are supportive has helped out a lot.

I’ve been taking it slow. I tried on a woman’s tanktop today, and it just felt right to wear it. And it’s kind of dumb: it’s just a shirt, and I’ve been wearing women’s jeans for the past ten years, so wearing women’s clothes¬†shouldn’t really be such a big deal, and yet I still thought it was really cool. It didn’t even fit, either! But whatever.

My big thing is dresses. I see all these pictures of lolita fashion, and I think it looks so cool. I don’t know if I could do that kind of look everyday; I’ve always been a “jeans and t-shirt” kind of person, but I want to wear a good ass dress at least once in my life.

Makeup will have to wait for another day. I’ve been watching YouTube tutorials, and it looks hella complicated. When I start putting that stuff on, I want to make sure I get it right the first time, you know?

2 thoughts on “Gender Part Two”

  1. I’m so glad you’re getting closer and closer to being happy/comfortable with yourself! I wanted to say though, if you wanna ease yourself into the World of Dresses, I highly recommend sweater dresses. I was never a dress person growing up (I can’t handle wearing them on a constant basis myself, I only ever wear ’em at work actually,) but they’re ridiculously comfortable and easy to just throw on.

  2. Thanks for the kind words, and the advice! I did a quick search for sweater dresses, and they look pretty nice. And more importantly, they look affordable.

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