Friday, October 5, 2018

Red Day Femulations

Get Real Dept.

I was fascinated (and a little jealous) reading about two transgender real estate agents in Texas. The article concentrated on the successes of the two transwomen, but glossed over the problems they experienced.

One agent "admits that she has faced some difficulties as an openly trans real-estate agent, but says her positive experiences have outweighed the negative ones." I can envision the problems she faced, but I wish the article did not leave that to the readers' imagination and instead, recounted some of the difficulties.

Nonetheless, the article was inspiring and rekindled my dreams about rejoining the workplace as a woman. The truth is that I have no fears about working as a woman; the only thing holding me back is selling the idea to my spouse. And there's the rub.

Kelli Lines
Houston real-estate agent, Kelli Lines

The Usual Gang of Idiots Dept.

I received e-mail from readers who were not familiar with horror films and wondered about the significance of the twin gurls on the cover of Mad magazine featured here on Wednesday.

The twins were characters in the 1980 film The Shining starring Jack Nicholson and Shelley Duvall. If you follow this link (, you can see a photo of the twins as depicted in the film.

Source: Intermix
Wearing Apparis coat, Tara Zadeh bag, Helmut Lang pants and Tibi shoes (Source: Intermix)

Filip Dizdar
Filip Dizdar femulates Tajči on Croatian television's Your Face Sound Familiar.


  1. Hi Stana saw this in the news recently

  2. Omg Itoo read about the two transgender girls from I a crossdresser from long Island new York .LOVE TO FIND SOMEONE OUT HERE TO HELP ME DRESS MORE FEMMINE .NEVER FELT I WAS BOY. ALWAYS FELT FEMMINE. I LOVE ALL THINGS FEMMINE

  3. Janet YbarraOctober 09, 2018

    Thinking of those real estate agents,we definitely need more legal protection on the basis of gender identity.

    The best (but probably, unfortunately, probably hardest would be to add both sexual orientation and gender identity to the federal
    Civil Rights Act.

    But this should be a motivation for all of us to get out and vote in LGBT supporters next month.