Wednesday, June 9, 2010

girls' night out

gno My best female friend at work and I are doing a girls' night out (GNO) next Thursday!

It will be my very first GNO with a genetic female who happens to be a very attractive genetic female.

For starters, we plan to have a bite to eat and drinks. After that, we will play it by ear.

Needless to say, I am looking forward to the evening out with my friend.


  1. AnonymousJune 09, 2010

    Another first, Stana! I am sure
    you and your friend will have a great time, and you will enjoy this week of anticipation. Again, the more open one is to new experiences, the more rewards one receives.

    And, naturally, we want to hear about EVERYTHING!

    Hugs, Carol

  2. Great! I share your excitement, just got invited to an all girl "end of the alimony" party. (really).
    I have a "GG" who invited my as her girlfriend. Heaven describes my reaction.
    I'm sure you will keep us all posted!

  3. Good for you! I've never had such an experience. I guess it must be something exhilarating! Do enjoy yourself and don't forget to tell us all about it!

  4. AnonymousJune 10, 2010


    What does your wife think about it?


  5. I'm puzzled as to why this counts as a first. How is your friend's attractiveness relevant to occasion? Are your other friends somehow less cool to hang out with because you see them as less "attractive"?

    What is "attractive" anyway? What does the word even mean?

  6. AnonymousJune 10, 2010

    How does your wife feel about it?

  7. Dani and Anonymous --- My wife is happier when I have a companion when I go out en femme vs. going out solo.

  8. Renee --- It counts as a "first" because it is my first time dining out en femme with a genetic female. It is NOT my first time dining out en femme with an attractive person.

  9. @ Stana

    Ahhhh, that's not at all how it read, to me anyway.

    It's still kind of a provocative statement for me. I get it, I went through it too. But you know, cis gender or trans gender, women are women. And attractiveness does not equal good company.

    And, of course, I'm still curious what "attractive" means? Obviously, there's a cultural sort of norm - which I happen to find really, really troubling - but even within that I bet we'd all define it differently. But that's probably a discussion for another time. Mostly, I just didn't see why it was it relevant to throw that in there as opposed to say, "and she happens to also be a great conversationalist", or something like that.