written by Jennifer_1

Do you need to pass a femininity test?

How many actresses look alike these days, how many young girls try to copy a body style or look that has been dictated by the media and marketing people? Is it possible that we are falling into the same trap.

I am currently in Phuket having just completed the last phase of my GRS and yesterday I enquired about seeing a surgeon about FFS while I am here, in particular my nose, it's big. Shortly after arranging to see the Doctor my Daughter rang me. I said about enquiring about FFS and my Daughter's response was, "but you wouldn't be you".


How many actresses look alike these days, how many young girls try to copy a body style or look that has been dictated by the media and marketing people? Is it possible that we are falling into the same trap.

I am currently in Phuket having just completed the last phase of my GRS and yesterday I enquired about seeing a surgeon about FFS while I am here, in particular my nose, it's big. Shortly after arranging to see the Doctor my Daughter rang me. I said about enquiring about FFS and my Daughter's response was, "but you wouldn't be you".

It made me stop and remember that I am Jennifer, I'm not particularly male or female, I have a great circle of friends who accept me as Jennifer.The surgery I have just been through was to make me feel more comfortable with myself. FFS would be for everyone else.

I have never felt that Jennifer needs to fit anywhere in particular on any spectrum, that she must pass some feminity test, be fully accepted by everyone or have a label that says trans....whatever.

I am Jennifer.

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