Friday, April 10, 2015

The Amazing Androgyn Beauty


I have been following the fascinating blog of Androgyn Beauty for years.

…because of my passion for the fashion and visual arts, I made this blog as a legitimate struggle against the fashion stereotypes and, implicitly, against the mandatory regime regarding the gender division of people: “that is masculine, the other is feminine, you cannot mix them.”

So, mainly I’m here to show you that, when it comes to fashion, nothing is strongly set as masculine or as feminine. The men and the women have the right to adopt any look they want to, and there is no ‘reasonable motif’ to censor (or to mock) their wishes. The choice should not interfere with any of the moral or legal laws, in the real life.

Androgyn is a Spanish beauty who is living his life according to his philosophy and not according to a pigeon hole created by society. I admire him for that, but I also admire him for his fashion sense (if I were 20-something, I would be femulating Androgyn).

I’m adopting an androgyny look simply because I like it, not because I want to send a sexual orientation message (I’m straight, by the way, with the normal dose of homosexuality that resides in everyone’s sexuality), or because I try to step in front of everyone. For me, wearing formally female made clothes is completely normal, they are just pieces of tissues that were cut and sewed in some forms that have no relativity with the sexual gender of the wearer. To wear make-up is similar to wearing a tattoo.

Remember, there are no rules for judging your appearance, there are only closed (small) minds, too afraid of everything that breaks down the formalism, the conservatory views, in any aspects. The future looks forward, not backward. Be part of the future.

Androgyn’s androgynous style is decidedly feminine according to today’s pigeon hole and is certainly worth femulating (especially of you have the legs to carry it off). With that in mind, I proffer Androgyn as the first male to be a “Femulate Her Him” model.






Androgyn Beauty






Actors Brandon Alexander III and Dudley Beene in the 2013 film First Period.
(Thank you, Zoe)


  1. Ah, yes, if I were only 30 years younger....

  2. wow, thank you very much Stana, love the way you put it on your website :) The truth is I'm flattered to be here and a femulate him model ;) Kiss kiss!

  3. Courage pays off in many ways for many people. I am so happy to see him out and about as he chooses to present himself. Every encounter that he has makes things easier for the next person.

  4. I have taken a middle road regarding the issue of gender. I have no intentions of presenting as female in society but have taken steps toward being feminine while retaining my masculine role in society and name. So when I wear feminine clothes I still regard myself as male with the name of "John".

    Thanks to the estrogen that I take I now have a feminine appearance including my figure (wide hips and D cup breasts). I have long hair and wear lipstick and eye makeup. I also wear androgynous clothes.

    I still consider myself as male. My speaking voice is very deep and masculine, and my singing voice is basso profundo that can pinch hit as an octavist.

    So I have the interesting situation where I get ma'amed quite often and when I respond I get the response of, "Oh sorry sir". This happens even if I wear a plaid shirt, jeans, and boat shoes.

    John H.

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    1. Thank you for the kind words.

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