Tuesday, February 25, 2020

Hong Kong?

Tsang Ching is a 33-year-old Hong Kong cisgender
male, who has been presenting as a female in public
for six years.
My goal this week is to finish doing taxes. That’s six filings – federal and state for my daughter, sister and my wife and me. I use TurboTax, so that helps a lot. The big task is getting all the paperwork organized to input into the software. So I am in a numbers frame of mind this week.

Speaking of numbers, everyday I check the stats for this blog – usually just the number of hits for that day and occasionally, the all-time hit list, which is now in the neighborhood of 19.6 million. But today, just for the heck of it, I clicked on the Audience stat selection and was surprised by the top 10 Pageview by Countries stats.

No surprise that the USA was first, followed by the UK, but the number three spot surprised me; it was Hong Kong! (Germany, Canada, Russia, Netherlands, Australia, Austria and India were in the four through ten slots.)

Chinese and English are the official languages of Hong Kong, so there is no language barrier, but I almost never write about femulating in the Asian continent, so what’s the attraction?

Maybe femulating is so universal that cultural and language barriers are no barriers at all.

Source: Rue La La
Wearing Elie Tahari

Sheila Wolf
Sheila Wolf, professional femulator


  1. It could be some of us { males } want a vacation from the masculine THING

  2. I am curious as to how the Philippine Nation is measured in your stats. Are all the Philippine Engineering student femulators grouped into Asia?

    1. The stats only lists the top 10 countries and the Philippines is not in the top 10.

  3. It is so easy for the Chinese to present as women. I lived there for some years and seeing the children in school groups only the uniform showed who was whom. Generally little facial hair and smaller stature make things easy.

  4. Being a turbo tax ace and now being fully retired have you thought of having Stana take part time seasonal employment as a tax preparer. Two of my buddies who have retired (and do not need the money) have taken this winter/spring gigs, one with HR Block the other with Liberty Tax. No heavy lifting and it keeps them busy before the warm weather.