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 Rachel Oliver  


Hello! I’m an extremely happy and content TG who stepped out of my little closet
22 months ago.

It’s been a rollercoaster of a ride so far, lots of ups and some downs as well.
It’s sometimes quite emotional being a TG and it’s no wonder our feelings get
screwed a bit somewhere along our journeys. After all, we are technically guys
who really want to be girls. However, having said that, I’ve enjoyed every
single moment of it. Now, I’m totally at ease with my sexuality. It’s just a
shame it took me so long to realise this.

I’m one of the ones who doesn’t get any sexual fulfilment from dressing. I
suppose I did as an adolescent boy, however growing up and analysing why I
dress, my feelings have changed. Don’t get me wrong; I do fill sexy if I’m
wearing sexy clothes. I suppose I feel the same as I do when I wear nice guy
clothes that make you feel good about yourself. 

My stats: I’m in my 40’s. “My life really did begin at 40”. I’ve have blue eyes,
5.7 tall, size 6 or 7 shoes; 8 skirt, 10/12 top and I’m completely smooth all
over apart from a little bit on my forearms, hands, fingers, chest, legs,
armpits, and ears and under my toenails! Oh! and after midnight I have a few
more hairs on my back, feet, tail and front paws! You have to really look to see
it though!

I like to go out a bit as Rachel and enjoy clubbing and seeing my wonderful
circle of friends. I count myself very lucky to have met so many wonderful
people who have helped me so much.

I suppose to sum me up! I see myself as more girl then guy now and I’m looking
forward to whatever turning I take on this wonderful journey.

That’s it!

Bye for now!


Click on Rachel’s portrait below to go to her Flickr page.