Tuesday, October 7, 2014

As a Woman

(Updated Below)

The following is a transwoman’s bucket list, that is, things to do in your life as a woman.
Anything to add?

By the way, I have already done some of the things on the list, while others are still on my to-do list and a few, I have no interest in doing, but I included them for those who might have an interest.

  • Dance
  • Come out to everyone
  • Travel by air
  • Permanent body hair removal
  • Go on a date
  • Make-out
  • Compete in a womanless beauty pageant
  • Make love
  • Live full-time 24/7
  • Wear a bikini and look good doing it
  • Be a bride
  • Grow my hair long
  • Go to a hair salon to get a feminine hairdo
  • Pluck my eyebrows
  • Go to the mall
  • Attend a cocktail party
  • Use the ladies' restroom
  • Attend a black-tie event
  • Go out to eat
  • Shop for shoes
  • Go to a casino
  • Go to a movie
  • Drive a car
  • Get castrated
  • Flirt
  • Get a makeover
  • Dress shopping
  • Get a manicure and pedicure
  • Girls' night out with genetic females
  • Speak with a convincing feminine voice
  • Go to Fantasia Fair
  • Go to a concert 
  • Go to a transgender convention
  • Go to church
  • Model in a fashion show
  • Attend female-only/oriented events
  • Perform on stage
  • Go to work 

  • Update:
  • Bra fitting without breast forms
  • Go to a support group meeting
  • Get ears pierced
  • Use public transportation (taxi, bus, rail)
  • By brian1982uk-d7fwemy


    Source: Light in the Box
    Wearing inpluslady.


    Actor/comedian Bill Hader (courtesy of Elaine Armen).


    1. I think it is important to have a bucket list and that you keep adding items to it so that in never gets completed. There are many who contend that the journey is more about real life than reaching your destination.

      1. It is never complete --- that's for sure!

    2. An interesting list - I've achieved 10 of them, but some of the others I don't want to and some (e.g. wear a bikini - and look good doing it) are not achievable. The ones I have most enjoyed are attending a black tie event and going out to eat. I have certainly used some plush ladies' rest rooms, too. I have travelled on a train, but it would certainly be good to fly. This would still be high on my bucket list along with a girls' night out, going to the movies/concert and going to work. Others I would add include going to the theatre or even better, a ballet and hostessing a party. Perhaps the one I would most like to achieve, though, would be to speak with a convincing feminine voice.


    3. Stana, thanks for the list. I have done 15. 13 I have no interest in ever doing, as I am happily married to a GG who is an unwilling co-conspirator in my femulating. Anyway, that leaves me with 10 to try. Wish me luck! Lisa.

      1. Good Luck, Lisa. (I have completed 23. A few of the remaining are doable and a few do not interest me (for now).

    4. I've done 6 of these already and, as has been said, there are some I have no desire to do. But that leaves QUITE a few that I'd ADORE doing -- not the least one being the girl's night out with genetic females. (I did once get an offer to do so, but the circumstances were NOT favorable -- long story)

      1. Girls' night out with genetic females tops my to do list, too!

    5. Stana, nice list. I think I can claim 19 items but as a happily married, monogamous bi-gender person, there are a few I won't do. For those who are not bi-gender, I would add getting a bra fitting without breastforms!

      1. I added bra fitting to the list, Leann.

    6. As a happily married person, I have no desire to do a number of these things. Once I go to FF, I will be up to 12. If you added pierced ears, I'd be up to 13.

    7. I've done about 10 things on your list so far. One thing that I want to do (which is not on your list, by the way) is to use buses and trains en femme. I haven't done this so far because I have been rather apprehensive about putting myself into such close involuntary proximity with other people. One day, perhaps...