Reverse Cross-Gender Behaviour

A recent interview made on local TV to a trans woman, with a subsequent discussion on many different social networks populated by transgender people, as well as a conversation with my wife, made me realise how often the social behaviour of transgender people does not correspond to the gender they affirm […]


Excitement is not always eroticism!

There is a worrying trend that I have been noticing among those blogs who have been promoting alternative explanations to what we crossdreaming transgender people actually feel: Freudian-inspired, as well as inspired by Blanchard and friends, they attribute far too much importance to sexual excitement when MtF transgender people merely […]


Shamanism, or how transgenderism has an evolutionary origin

Charles Robert Darwin is probably one of the science’s most eminent figures — his theory of evolution through natural selection being one of the three most validated scientific theories, the other two being Relativity and Quantum Mechanics — but unfortunately he is so often misquoted and misrepresented that sometimes laypersons forget […]


Be curvy: a review of DressTech’s hip pads (and some ranting as well)

It’s time for me to do another product review! This time, I’m taking a look at DressTech’s Silicone Hip Pads. But it wouldn’t be a ‘Sandra post’ unless it quickly turns into an essay, including some reminiscences of the past, some crossdressing tips, and ranting about manufacturers and suppliers of […]


Hyperfemininity in MtF transgender people

Hyperfemininity is an exaggerated adherence to a feminine gender role as it relates to heterosexual relationships. — Sarah K. Murnen & Donn Byrne (1991) I love to start my articles with disclaimers, and this one will not be different. I’m not an expert in feminist theory, and not even qualified to be […]