Wednesday, March 7, 2018


Here are a few of my favorite things.

I love carrying a handbag.

Don't know if I have Gynecomastia or not, but I do know that I have breasts that are large enough to fill a size 40B bra without inserts, pads or any other assistance. And when I slip on my bra, I love finding those two perky mounds on my chest (it never gets old).

Mom loved high heels, always wore them when she went out and she owned a closet full. Like mother, like daughter, I love high heels, always wear them when I go out and I own a closet full (over 100 pairs).

Mom had shapely legs. When she worked in an office before she married, her nickname was "Legs." Again like mother, like daughter, I inherited my mother legs and a transman once dubbed me "Leggy." I love being my mother's daughter.

I love being a feminine man. When I am en homme, it can be a hindrance, but it works so well for me when I am en femme that I would not have it any other way.

Making up my face is something I always look forward to. I love the process, the tricks, the shortcuts and especially the results. After I do my makeup, slip on my wig and look in the mirror, it is always an aha moment! (Yes, I really am a woman.)

Source: Moda Operandi
Wearing Moda Operandi (Source: Moda Operandi)

Joey Debroy
Joey Debroy


  1. i don't think i've seen that picture of you in the grey dress ~ it is a fabulous picture of you!

    1. Thank you, Lori. The photo was taken by a Fashion to Figure sales associate while I was trying on dresses in their store. I did purchase that dress.

  2. wow, I agree with Lori, you look gorgeous in it.... but how could you not buy it....

  3. Stana, I really like your picture with the grey dress.

    Stana, my bra size is 40DD (natural breasts) and my wife affectionately calls me "Titty Boy" And my hair comes down to my shoulder blades. I get ma'amed frequently even when I'm in drab.

    Only my voice is deep and my singing voice is almost as deep as Russian oktavists. So I have elected to keep my masculine name and function as a man in society.

  4. Stana, I'm sure that many of us empathize with the sentiments in your post. I know I don't have my mother's legs (or yours -- how I wish I did!), and I rarely wear heels -- but everything else rings so true. Thanks -- and yes that dress looks great on you!