Monday, July 20, 2015


I pass the ESPN campus every morning during my daily commute (Routes 229-84-691-91-68, hike). It is an impressive site ― beautiful modern buildings with a large array of satellite dishes (more than 20 dishes by my last count).

Don't know if you can find a more testosterone-laden atmosphere than you will find at ESPN ― I'm sure it's near the top of the list. Yet this male-centric operation honored transwoman du jour, Caitlyn Jenner, with an ESPY award!

The times have changed, to say the least, so what more can I say?

I think my work is done here.

Source: Boston Proper.
Wearing Boston Proper.

Jerreme Rodriguez
Actor Jerreme Rodriguez femulating on stage in I Like to Be Here:
Jackson Heights Revisited or This Is a Mango


  1. There are also several trans women who work there.

  2. Hello Stana, I certainly hope that you do not mean to stop your blog from the last testament above. I for one of many around would certainly miss your thoughts and pictures and ideas and Femulators and Femulaters and your stories of travels and life. I would hate to miss Femulate as much as I miss Meg's. As many others do too, I am sure that Femulate is one of the items most look forward to reading daily. Have a great day and please please keep it up.

  3. Hi Stana,

    You have a wonderful blog...I check it every day. Please don't stop now! We need your insight!


  4. There is always more work to do, that's why they gave her the award!

  5. You have been blogging since 2007. I have really enjoyed your blog and you are correct, times have really changed. Our type of blogging is losing steam because we are winning and its becoming "normal". We still have work to do, but I can see "the Mountaintop".

  6. Hi, The ladies and myself agree with what you said about Ms. Jenner and we are jealous of her new b___h a_s.Yes we are jealous of her because we wish that we had family /personal monies like her does and if we did then we would live it up to our femulated fullest and not give a crap about what anyone thinks or says about us. Sincerely on behalf of the ladies, Stacey Anne Smith

  7. There is more to do. I heard today that Caitlyn turned down an offer from Dancing with the Stars. I would love to see a transwoman on that show. As it is I watch it all the time and totally love the outfits.

  8. Stana, I hope you're not saying what I think you might be saying -- that is, that you want to retire this blog. But the only judge of when your work here is done is you. Seconding Mandy, this blog is wonderful! I've learned a lot from it and I've gotten a good kick in my own a_s from it. Just know how much you're appreciated, no matter what you decide to do.