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Subject: Re: Welcome to the 21st Century

JoanieBartlett (introduction)
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Date Posted: 06:01:34 05/17/10 Mon
In reply to: RH 's message, "Welcome to the 21st Century" on 09:12:02 01/23/10 Sat

HI All,

I've become a new fan of these forums and have posted to a few of the other Voy blogs that center around the feminine behavior and training of young boys. So after seeing this one Welcoming us to the 21st Century, I thought in apt opportunity to introduce myself and a little bit of my lifestyle as a domestic engineer to by professional wife. (she uses that label as if in name only as she does not fill nor enjoy the role of wife, that is my responsibility).

So please bare with me as I give you some kind of picture of my new life. Firstly I consider myself a non-op, part time female appearing Transgendered person. I'm in a midlife area of age and attitude and before meeting my present partner, I could have been considered a party girl, going out on the town often and traveling and enjoying my outdoors life style as well. A Friend of my wife introduced us through the internet. She told my wife that I would be "perfect for her". We met and it's been love at first sight for almost 10 years now. I was working full time before we transgressed into my now domestic position. Being that she was a professional and very prominent in her field, made far more money then I and hated doing doing house work opting for a maid to do the basics. As our relationship grew, my involvement in her life grew to be more supportive in the home front. I began taking care of the laundry some cooking and other chores. We eventually got rid of the paid help and I took over the duties with much enthusiasm. Because when not working in our professions, we lead an active lifestyle. It was becoming apparent that I needed more time to care for the home and her professional needs (I did a lot of secretarial duties as well as domestic duties) it was decided that I did not need to work, as we didn't need the extra income nor the tax liability it created. At that point I became a full time domestic engineer and girl Friday.

I am now at home providing the foundations for a professional woman who can now more easily manage her time for her clients and for our adventures, with out the un-necessary stress of worrying about the little things. I have always been the type that worked at a career because I had to and always wished that I could be the caretaker. My dreams have come true and I am able to live a life of my dreams. No, I don't dress full time, but I dress quite often. My under pinnings are all female and my comfy at home clothes are usually just leggings flip flops and a blousy top (it's easier to do those things that need to be done in comfy clothing). My wife has been helpful and insistent that I cast off any and all male attitudes and she responds better to my submissive nature then any agression I may have. We were out hiking one day and also insisted that I squat to pee, and have done so even if I'm in boy clothing at home or out (it does make cleaning the bathroom a little easier anyway. What's interesting in our lifestyle, is that I'm the one that complains that she never talks to me LOL. But she reminds me that she is the boy and I am just a whinny little girl looking for reassurance (in a flattering way of course). We often go out as girl friends, and have friendships with straight couples, lesbian couples and other transgendered couples. Most of my relatives, siblings and off spring know some or all of our arrangements and tell me that I am so much happier. Debbie's friends tell her how lucky she is to have found a partner like me.

Well that's me in a nut shell. please feel free to ask me questions, as I really enjoy chatting.


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