Trisha's Biography

image Thanks so much for clicking into my bio. It tells me that you're interested in me for more than just my body (at least what you can see of it here in my Website!). So let me tell you a little more about me without getting too philosophical. If you're looking for a bit more philosophy and reflection, feel free to drop me an e-mail and I'll do my best to respond promptly.

As you already know from my welcome page, my name is, Trisha Lynn although my friends generally call me Trish. I am a Transgendered (TG, if you really care about labels -- I generally don't!) Kansas girl who's been going out as a woman pretty much anywhere I want for the last 10 years or so (stop doing the math in your pretty little head -- I'm not that old!!! Just be comfortable that I'm no longer jailbait.). On the lighter side, I'm 5'8" and weigh 130#, I have blue eyes and long blonde, middle of the back-length, hair. I'm a Kansas girl, born and bred, and I live for sunny summer days and dread the bitter cold of winter. I love to dance and preen! I also have a fondness for fine dining, movies, spending time with friends and family, candle lighted sensual evenings with that very special person, and truly enjoy going clubbing, dancing and being as flirtatious as possible!

I only began to come to terms with my femme side about 10 or so years ago, even though I had known since I was about 6 years old that I was (what I might now refer to as) severely gender conflicted. But I didn't think that there was anybody else in the world who had those same feelings (particularly since I found myself attracted sexually to women and not to men). Of course, today with the internet, which seems to be absolutely saturated with the transgendered world, that sense of isolation seems almost laughable. However, with no role models and no community to look to for support, I assumed that, if I was "tough" enough and stoic enough, these feelings would eventually go away and I would grow out of them. I also was certain that I would be "butt ugly" as a woman and absolutely incapable of ever being seen by anyone else dressed en femme -- certainly not out in public.

But, like most of us in the community, my sense of mortality eventually prevailed. I finally realized that my gender issues were never going to go away and that I'd better make the most of them. When I realized that I could actually walk into a boutique as a well-coiffed woman and be waited on hand and foot by attentive employees who either hadn't noticed that the woman is actually a man dressed En Femme or just didn't care (probably the latter, but one always hopes for the former), I felt like my dreams had come true.

In terms of my look, it's evolved a lot over the years. I was extremely fortunate when I started going out as a woman. When I first started going out, I was very lucky to be "adopted" by some gorgeous female impersonators (a great stroke of luck for a TG) and a couple of them were professional cosmetologists. They made me their pet project and I reveled in the attention and tried to learn everything that they knew about transforming male-ness into femininity. My early look ran from a very poor selection in attire and very over-done makeup to a gorgeous diva (my own opinion, of course) with long blonde hair and extremely short skirts and dresses. However, I do enjoy a nice night on the town in a gorgeous evening gown! Over the years, my look has evolved into a more age appropriate look that allows me to basically go wherever I want from daytime into the night. I've tried to model myself after women whom I find attractive myself. I try to dress appopriatly for wherever I'm going and whatever I'm doing the same way I would expect gendered women to dress and I find that's a very good guide. As you can see, I probably spend too much time and money on my femme side, but it's a passion, so what can I do about it? Most importantly, I try to carry myself with class, elegance, dignity and charm (and a good sense of humor) and I find that it works every time. People invariably react positively to a smile.

Early in the year 2000, I suddenly discovered the TG world on the Internet. All right, so I'm a little slow! What do you want from me? I am a blonde, after all. A girl has her prerogatives! Some of the friends who I met as I was cruising the Web encouraged me to develop a website. I thought it sounded like fun and this is the result. And the reaction has been incredible! I've met hundreds of new friends from all over the world as a result of this website. Even more incredibly, I've been able to help other TGs find enough courage to break out of their closets and to venture out into the real world. I never dreamed that having a website could be so much fun or so rewarding! All right, I'm getting a little teary-eyed just thinking about it, and I refuse to get too sappy in public. I also would hate for my mascara to run just as I'm hoping that you'll check out some of my photos and let me know what you think.

While I've gone out with other T-girls over the years and have many close friends in the community, the last couple of years I've ventured out and gone out on my own. When I go out on my own, I get admiring glances from men and occasional envious glances from women (the curse of being an elegant, petite blonde with a nice figure), I've never been hassled while shopping, dining, clubbing or running errands, daytime or evenings. In contrast, when you're out with a group of the girls, I find it much more difficult to simply enjoy the experience and to blend in with everyone else. On the other hand, it can be a lot of fun just to blow people's minds once in a while, so don't get the idea that I'm averse to partying or to cruising with a bunch of T-Girls in tow!

Well, I think I'll close for now. I suspect that I will update my biography from time to time as my homepage continues to grow and evolve. And I hope that you'll come back to visit frequently and tell your friends to come and check me out. Please e-mail me to tell me what you think of "Trisha Lynn's Journey" and what I could do to improve it. Until we speak again, I wish you peace and happiness.

Most Sincerely,

Trisha Lynn