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Date Posted:11:31:17 04/10/12 Tue In reply to:
's message, "Re: To Edita" on 04:22:13 04/09/12 Mon
>Unfortunately I don't have time to visit here very
>often, so it always takes a little before I can
>Due to the very sensitive nature of our activities, I
>cannot talk about our work in to many details.
>In regard to the 12 years (now almost 13 years) old
>boy, we are progressing very nicely. (s)he is on a
>great way, has become very feminine in her appearance
>and behavior and seems to become a full success.
>In the second case (15 years old boy), things are a
>lot mire complicated.
>We had him appear in court hearing fully dressed as a
>teenage girl, but the judge ordered that he has to
>appear in court as a boy. Unfortunately, the boy is
>unsure himself about his feminization and his father
>and grandparents offer quite a bit of opposition to
>his feminization. His mother is quite unhappy, at home
>he was a girl almost full time - outside he still
>dresses as a boy. Further problems have come up after
>a judge ruled, that the boy must not be "brainwashed"
>into femininity. In clear words: He must no be dressed
>in girls clothes and addressed as girl anymore. It
>also seems as if the father and the grandparents will
>win custody over the boy soon. This case seems to be
>In regard to the husband of our friend in the U.K.:
>The wife convinced him to get castrated at the end of
>March. Together with the female hormones he is taking,
>he is now at the stage where he doesn't function as a
>male anymore. One very big step closer to his SRS! His
>wife also convinced him to change jobs and in his new
>job he can work from his home which again allows him
>to dress as a woman full time. Slowly the wife
>replaces his wardrobe with more and more female
>clothing. We give him another year before he will
>undergo his final surgery into womanhood.
>We are now also in contact with a young lady from
>Switzerland who wants her seven year old feminized.
>This seems to be an easy challenge. On the picture she
>sent he already wears skirts and he seems to have only
>girls as friends. I will meet with her in about two
>Greetings from Europe,
It is wonderful to hear from you! I'm so glad that you can check this forum occasionally, despite your busy schedule.
Yes, i completely understand the sensitivity issue. Thank you very much for providing the update info that you could.
btw, Once again i would invite you to write to me directly away from the public forum. I have some information that i am sure you would find interesting, and perhaps inspiring as well.
It sounds as if the case of the 12 (almost 13) year old is going really well. It sounds like she has adjusted well to her new gender; i bet her mother is very happy also.
Sorry to hear about the problems with the other case---the 15 year old. Such a shame about the interference from some of those in his family. From what you said it did sound as if he/she was starting to make good progess into acceptance, although still perhaps a bit unsure about it.
I know that the courts in Germany can be very difficult--and also that they can vary widely in their views and rulings re transgender issues and feminisation. I did know of one case some time ago where a similar ruling was made by the court--similar to the ruling the court recently made about the 15 year old. (I am sure that ruling really upset the mother.) You might even have heard of the old case i am thinking of; it became quite well known among feminisation "circles." On the other hand, i have also known of cases (in Germany) in which the court rulings were quite permissive regarding feminisation; for example cases in which the court ruled that the child must be enrolled in school as a girl and that the school must accept that situation.
Your third case--the husband in the U.K.--sounds like there is great progress being made. After the orchi and now living fulltime as a woman, i think that the rest of the transformation will only be a matter of time--perhaps only about a year, as you suggested.
The new case you have sounds very promising. At that age, things usually go much more smoothly---especially if the child has already been well prepared for the change, as it sounds like the mother has done in this case.
One other question for you, please: I have been wondering how good your husband looks now. Of course i assume that she is fully passable (after all of the work you had done on her); but would you describe her as pretty and attractive as a woman now, or just convincingly feminine in appearance. And what about her deportment? How well has she learned the proper feminine mannerisms, etc.? Does she do all of that naturally now, or do you still need to give her a little "coaching" occasionally?
Good luck with your ongoing cases. Please continue to give us updates when you can.
And i would love to hear from you directly, if that is something that you would want to do and feel comfortable with.