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Date Posted:14:53:52 08/23/13 Fri In reply to:
's message, "Re: Complete feminization of husbands" on 13:32:38 12/22/10 Wed
>>I am Edita from Holland. I am looking for other wifes
>>who have similar experiences as I have...
>>I will tell my story in short. 10 years ago, I got
>>married at the age of 23, my husband was 21. We were
>>expecting a child, and decided it was better to get
>>I have always been interested in feminine males, my
>>brother grew up as a sissy (he was the youngest and
>>only boy among five children in the family). I don't
>>remember him in pants...
>>After I got married I very quickly secured the
>>dominating position in our marriage for me. When my
>>husband graduated from college, he was not able to
>>find a job. I was successfully working in a computer
>>company at that time. So we agreed that he would stay
>>at home, taking care of the household and our
>>daughter. Pretty much that was the time I decided to
>>feminize my husband. I started out with female
>>underwear, continued via a few "dressing games" until
>>he accepted to wear female clothing only. I then had
>>his body hair removed by laser treatment, had a few
>>corrective cosmetic surgeries, etc. In 2006 I had him
>>started on hormones. Since 2007 (due to the hormones
>>he could not "perform" as a male anymore) he lives
>>completely as a woman.
>>To make a long story short, over the past 8 years, my
>>husband has become a real woman, he had breast
>>augmentation in 2007 and he completed his journey into
>>womanhood by having his Reassignment Surgery in July
>>I am very satisfied with my "work". Many people ask me
>>why I had him completely demaled as that stopped any
>>male/female relationship. I did this because I just
>>felt better living with MtF TG rather than a
>>"crossdresser". After he got me pregnant, he had
>>fulfilled all of his male duties, that's all I wanted
>>from him as a man.
>>We are staying married (which is possible here). After
>>some early difficulties, my husband is a happy woman
>>now and has fully accepted his role in the family and
>>obediently follows my instructions. Our daughter
>>understands the situation very well and has no
>>problems with it.
>>I only allow very feminine clothes for him to wear,
>>i.e. skirts must not be longer than three inches above
>>I would like to know, if there are more women here,
>>who have gone as far as we did. I would be interesting
>>to hear about their lives.
>Yours is certainly a very interesting story. I do not
>have any direct personal knowledge of similar
>situations, but I have heard about a couple of them
>via correspondence. (btw, The other cases were also in
>I do know of a few somewhat related situations---e.g.,
>of a fully feminised male-to-female spouse who became
>the stay-at-home wife of the genetically female
>spouse, and took care of the children also, like a
>However, these cases did not involve a frankly
>dominant/submissive relationship. Instead, the male
>to female 'wife' had always wanted to make the gender
>transition, and the genetically female spouse was very
>supportive of that.
>Besides these two cases, i also know of another case
>like these, except that the transformation did not
>include SRS (but was complete in all other respects.)
>I hope that both you and your transformed spouse are
>very happy with your new situation and with your
Thank you for sharing this wonderful story. It is somehow exciting and at the same time reassuring to read about people with similar lifesytles. I too am a male that lives full time as a female while my wife performs the traditional male role in our marraige. Perhaps it was easier for me then your husband because I was never what you would refer to as a alpha male and I have had a history of crossdressing from an early age.
My wife and I met in college and married shortly after graduation. Over the next three years while she excelled in the corporate world I struggled losing job after job. While the quality of my work excelled it appeared that I had difficulty with corporate politics and always seemed to end up on the short end of the stick. Time after time I would do the work and a boss or co-worker would take the credit and I didn't have the gumption to stand up for myself.
I had finally settled for a job far below my ability and it was at their holiday party where things came to a head. We sat at the same table with my obnoxious boss and all through the meal he seemed to make jokes at my expense and seemed to want to hit on my wife. Finally it was her who stood up and told him in no uncertain terms that he was a lout and if I wouldn't stand up for myself she would and that he could take his lousy underpaid job and shove it. With that she said lets go and we left.
I could hardly hold my head up as we left and when we got in the car she let me have it. Over the next few months it was very cold in the house as I struggled to find a job so I mostly just stayed home and did house hold chores, cooking and cleaning. It was then that I started crossdressing while she was away and I was working at home. Then one day it came to a head.
We had a long discussion over the next few weeks and to make a long story short she made her point. She didn't care how I dressed or if I wanted to stay home and be a housewife so long as I held my head up high and excepted it. It wasn't a point made out of anger but out of love and over the next few months she spent a lot of time with me helping me shop and to learn to present myself in an appropriate demure manner. She has done a remarkable almost miraculous job helping me to master the art of makeup and hair and I love her all the more for her efforts.
Unlike your husband I have not had sexual reassignment surgery but I do sucessfully live as a woman. It is not as if there wasn't issues along the way or times when I wanted to purge but it was our love and her will that helped keep me on the right path. As for permanent changes over the years I have had a bi-lateral orchi and a bit of facial feminization surgery as well as hormones. I have not gone as far as breast implants as of yet but with the aid of hormones and t-blockers my breasts are a solid 38D. I wish you and your husband the best. Thank you for allowing me to share.
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