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Femininity Guide For Trans Women

Transgender women are unapologetically fashion conscious; they have an insatiable desire to look more feminine. Just like cisgender women, they always want to look younger and prettier. If you visit any Transgender Dating Site, you will be surprised and awed by the number of feminine beauties looking for love. However, after the sex reassignment surgery, many transgender women find themselves at the end of their wits on how to look more feminine. It is important for transgender women to understand that clothes, cosmetics, and accessories are not the only aspects of femininity, as femininity encompasses more than physical appearance. If you are a transgender woman and you are struggling with your femininity, this article offers you an insightful guide to help you express your womanliness to the fullest.

Understand Femininity

Unfortunately, even though transgender women have a womanly gender inclination, they were not brought up as women. As a result, when they are “reborn” after the sex reassignment surgery, they can face some challenges as they learn to embrace their femininity. The first step towards embracing femaleness should be having a firm grasp on what it means to be female. This involves reading and researching about femininity and, if needed, hiring a femininity coach.

Being female is as much mental as it is physical. The way you think, therefore, is the cornerstone of being feminine. If you think you are sexy, then you should walk and talk as though you are the goddess of femininity. Understanding that femaleness is both a state of mind and a physical state is a key factor in unlocking your feminine nature.

Your Voice and Movement

Some of the main areas that transgender women should concentrate on improving are how they move and talk. First, it is important to analyze your current movements and identify any areas that are overtly manly and abrupt. A woman is supposed to be gentle in her movements; she should be polished, graceful, and decorous. All of these traits should be readily apparent to everyone the moment you walk into a room. How you sit down and carry yourself should be in line with your feminine side. When seated, for example, your legs should never be apart; they should be neatly closed together and tucked under you.

If you have a course, deep voice, it is important that you train it to be more feminine. Several sources can help you develop a feminine voice, including magazines and YouTube videos. Practice makes perfect; hence, ensure that you practice daily. If possible, practice with a friend who is willing to offer you honest, constructive feedback. The more you talk and move like a woman, the more your confidence will soar in your new body.


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Just like the old song says, “You’re never fully dressed without a smile.” To be more feminine, you need to know how to smile like a woman. A smile not only brightens up your face, but it also makes you look friendlier and more welcoming, traits both associated with femininity and womanly charm.

Carry a Handbag

Many transgender women avoid carrying a handbag because they do not know what to put inside it. Purses and bags are both practical and important for daily life as well as a fashion accessory for women. Some must-have products to pack in your handbag include the following: deodorant, a compact mirror, hand sanitizer, some lip products, cash, a notebook, and a pen.

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24 thoughts on “Femininity Guide For Trans Women

  1. The handbag comes first. Carrying it is an art. A woman needs certain things around her at all times. I D , Keys, Kleenex, a nail file, a hairbrush, gum, needle and thread, extra earrings. and pantyliners. Tape is a nice thing to carry too.


  2. Handbags are definitely a must have for any woman. I keep makeup, tissues, my current color nail polish, a travel hairbrush, my ID, bandaids… and candy. Always carry candy. The right handbag paired with the right outfit, and the right shoes… ( omg the shoes) can do so much for you. When my girlfriend and I go shopping, she puts her purse in the cart, but I feel the need to carry mine. It affirms my femininity, and oddly enough, alters my walk because with it bouncing on my hip, it reminds me to sway and swoosh. I cant stress enough how perception from behind is. If you are seen from behind swishing your hips, and walking with confidence, you will be seen as “Woman” and it will boost your confidence. Good luck ladies, and remember, you are special. ❤


  3. Don’t forget that the height of femininity is submission. Ladies don’t make a fuss, they don’t talk back, it’s unattractive. Men prefer their ladies to be silent, not to question them, and to praise them at every opportunity. Make your man feel that extra bit masculine by being timid and subservient, they will adore you for it.


    1. Vanessa: Most women today would balk at your advice. My wife challenges me constantly and she wonders why i don’t love her like i used to. She tries to be the boss. I’m the man. Women that think they can play boss to a man will not be liked by him. That’s just one thing of course but, a woman who makes her man feel in charge of the situation will find he desires her more. And men can tell when its bullschnit. That’s the problem with feminism. It has taught women that men respect women that pretend to be in charge. What women don’t realize is, their power used to be their ability to persuade the man through their femininity. When they pretend to be the man, they lose their power because the man sees them challenging his authority. I personally like women that are talkative and interactive on an intellectual level. But try to turn me into a subordinate, it immediately puts me in fight back mode. Feminism has robbed women of their true power IMO. Women that try to be the boss turn real men off quicker then a sentence starting with, “so i noticed this itchy rash down there…”

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  4. Wow! How incredibly sexist! Congratulations on talking about things that many women hate doing (ESPECIALLY the smile thing. don’t tell women to smile more), and that many women don’t do at all! This is not how to be a woman. This is one way a could *could* act, but mostly this is how to be a man’s sexist amalgamation of a woman.


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