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Date Posted:13:32:49 08/26/15 Wed In reply to:
's message, "Re: Help! Where is Edita?" on 03:56:23 08/23/15 Sun
>In the meantime with the help of some members from
>this and other forums, we found out that Edita has
>moved away from the Netherlands and is now living in
>She is still enagaged in the full feminization of
>young boys, but she keeps her operation at a very low
>key after some trouble with authorities in Holland.
>From what I have heard, Edita accepts two or three
>boys per year into her program. Edita still believes
>that the feminization process has to start with the
>srs surgery. Edita says that this way the new girls
>quickly understand that there is no way back into a
>male life and the transition and adjustment into their
>new female lifes works out a lot smoother and easier.
>Unfortunately, there is no way to get into contact
>with Edita directly. Mothers, whose boys have
>succesfully participated in Edita's program apparently
>act as "agents" for Edita. Those mothers filter out
>the right candidates who then become accepted for the
>I understand that Edita needs about 8 to 12 months per
>boy. At the end, she delivers a perfect new girl to
>the mothers. Edita charges about 80,000 Euros for the
>complete deminization of a boy, including all medical
>From what I have been told, Edita does not accept boys
>older than 14 years. That's quite unfortunate as I
>know of some males who would have been perfect
>candidates for Edita, however they are all between 16
>and 24 years old.
>As Edita is not available anymore to help with the
>feminization of these males - does anyone know of any
>similiar operation as Edita's, but who accept older
>males into the program?
>Thank you all very much for yor help!
Thank you so much for the update on Edita's situation. I, too, was in contact with her for a long time; I was terribly worried about her when she 'disappeared' from online activity.
I was afraid that something unfortunate had happened with her in Holland. So glad to know she is OK and has relocated and continuing on with her special services. So sad that she has to maintain such a low profile now, but pleased that she does have a system for reaching other moms who need her help.
Katherine, I assume that you know about Madame A (or that Edita may have mentioned Madame A to you)? It is such a shame that Madame A had to close her very successful program (due to the terrible new laws passed in Russia a couple of years ago.) Madame A DID take candidates who were older than 14 (but not much older than late teens, if I remember correctly.)
Edita is a wonderful woman, and so good at what she does. I hope that someday the veil will be lifted again, and we will be able to talk with her directly.
How is your daughter doing now? I hope she is doing well and that you are happy you are very pleased with the outcome.
I would be interested in corresponding with you. If you are interested in that, I will let you know how to reach me.