Friday, December 9, 2016

All the Pretty School Girls

Lara, Maureen and Curly Joan are just three of the pretty girls captured in a new batch of photos that Starla uncovered in on-line school yearbooks. In case you are new here, the girls are really boys crossdressed by their mothers to participate in womanless beauty pageants (or other gurly events) put on by their respective schools.

Starla came up with 53 new yearbook images and they are now available on flickr, where you may view the new photos by opening one of the Yearbooks sets (A through Z). There you will find the newest uploads at the end/bottom of the set. (The oldest uploads appear at the beginning/top of the set.)

The contents of the Yearbook A through Z sets are organized according to school name, for example, the photos from Sacred Heart High School would be in the Yearbooks S set.

By the way, if you participated in your school's womanless beauty pageant or attended some other school activity en femme, I would love to post your photos along with any description you would like to provide. For example, here is my photo attending my school's Halloween party in 1976.

Say, "Cheese!"

Source: ShopBop
Wearing Parker dress, Oscar de la-Renta earrings and Michael Kors Collection sandals.

Zachary Drucker
Zackary Drucker femulates in a recreation of Blondie's classic 1978 album cover.


  1. Dear Stana,

    I met and talked with Zackary Drucker at the Southern Comfort Conference (SCC) in 2015. She is one of the producers of TRANSPARENT, and she acted in a few episodes. She also was one of Caitlyn Jenner's girlfriends in I AM CAIT. Zackary is gorgeous, and extremely kind and very nice. After her presentation about TRANSPARENT at SCC, she patiently and warmly talked with anyone who approached her. She's a very sincere and delightful woman.

  2. Dear Stana,
    I hesitate to cast a cloud over anything you do on this site, having been a big fan for many years. (Now comes the 'but'...)
    However, have you considered the possibility that these old buried cross-dressing photos (aka womanless beauty pageants) are better left undisturbed? In today's fevered environment, being outed on the internet could be most unwelcome. A dusty schoolbook yearbook is - thankfully for many - lost to history. And despite our prurient fascination in others like ourselves, we have no right to dig up potential problems that will strike 40-50 year olds and their families, like a proverbial bolt from the blue.
    Just sayin'

    1. I appreciate your concern for our sisters, but this might be a bit OVER cautious. "Foolish things we did in our youth" are easily dismissed as just that. Plus, the way these photos are displayed, it would take someone of CIA calibre to hunt down a specific individual's pic and use it against them. Again, thank you for watching out for others - a practice in which we ALL could use more experience.

  3. If asked by any family member who might recognise one in these photos, the answer should ' well it was just a bit of fun and all the guys were joining in', and 'what the heck are you doing looking at Femulate anyway'?

  4. yes yes yes finally going back to one of your high school reunions but this time your a girl now!

  5. yes yes yes finally going back to one of your high school reunions but this time your a girl now!