23 July, 2009

Thai Transgender Gets A Power Makeover

Thai Transgender Gets A Power Makeover Before A Beauty Contest.

Forced Feminization

She Is No chik With A Dick, She Is A Complete Female Now...A Complete Marriage Meterial......

Post op Chaba may have lost her cock, but definitely hasn’t lost her sexuality. Her husband rightfully fucks his hot new property.




Harisu,The Gorgeous Post-Op Married Transexual

She Is Harisu,Earlier A Man who Underwent A Sex Reassignment Surgery To Became A Fully Functional Woman.

See Her Getting Dressed As A Bride..

The Joy On Being A Woman And A Bride
A Marriage Contract Is Finally Being Signed.It Is He Who Has The Right On Her Curves N Boobs And Bla Bla Bla...

19 July, 2009

Reema's Bridal Makeup

Reema Bhabhi, You Are Just A Perfect Material For Suhaag Raat. I Am Sure, You Are Going To Be Explored Tonight.Bhiaya Is A Real Hunk,He Is Rich & Merciless.
I Really dont Know Whats There Stored In Your Fate. But You Must Pay Price For Being So Gorgeous & Sexy . You Always wanted To Be An Woman,Isnt That Right Bhabhi?
Tonight, I am Gonna Ensure,That Every Exposed Inch Of Your Flesh Should Look Beautiful.
“Bhabhi You Look Damn Delicious And Sexy”.
I Am Sure All Men In The Party Tonight Will Get Hard In Their Pants. But Poor Guys, They Can’t Lay Their Hands On you. You Are Now Bhaiya’s Property And He Is Going To Enjoy You Tonight.
Does Anybody In His Friend Circle Know That You Were A Man Before?

05 July, 2009

Tista Das: A Noted Transexual From India

When she first came to me for counselling, she was at a loss. And look at her now…” exclaimed psychologist Suparna Das.
She was talking of Tista, a transexual woman, who, held over 50 academics spellbound for over three hours with her lecture on Gender Identity Disorder (GID) recently.
The lecture, organised by Eastern Zonal Psychological Association at Rajabazar College, was the first-of-its-kind in Calcutta and Tista, 27, was in her element talking about her disorder — the historical and social background and conditions along with her own dilemmas during her conversion from Sushanto to Tista.
“Though we do not get many patients like Tista who want to change their sex, the very few that we come across, tend to be of immense intensity,” explains Suvra Chunder, secretary, Eastern Zonal Psychological Association.
“A workshop like this one will be of immense help to sensitise society about people with GID. These patients’ trauma of dealing with their own sexuality, coupled with their families’ attitudes, can lead to severe mental problems and in many cases, suicide.”
Though a study in Sweden mentions that only one out of 30,000 men and one out of 100,000 women are afflicted with Tista’s disorder, psychologists believe that there are many more who do not turn up at a doctor’s clinic.
After the lecture, Mallika Banerjee, reader in the psychology department, Calcutta University, said: “A huge number of such patients are suppressed because of the alarmingly low level of consciousness and awareness at all levels of society. The pressure of having to fight society at every step, along with their own discomfiture of being fit into bodies they wish to change, can be highly traumatic for youngsters.”
Suparna Das added: “Sometimes, people with GID can’t deal with the harassment and stop thinking about a change. But only because they can’t fight anymore.”
Tista and her lecture, therefore, was exemplary for more reasons than one. “Speaking forth on an issue as sensitive as this requires a lot of determination. She can garner more support for people like her, than psychologists ever can do,” said Suvra Chunder.
Students, practising psychologists, teachers and counsellors all were unanimous in their appreciation of the lecture, which could have gone on for longer, judging by the enthusiasm and inquisitiveness of the audience.
As for Tista, this is just another chapter of change. “After all the harassment I have been through, this is like a dream come true. I am looking forward to creating a forum to provide help to people like myself.”
Now on a high, having procured a “legitimate ration card and voter’s ID card after hours of standing in queues and making government officials see reason”, Tista is busy with shoot schedules for a telefilm, in which she works with actors Parambrata and Manoj Mitra among others.

04 July, 2009

Vaniity - Gorgeous Transgender

To know Vaniity is to love her. Everybody knows Vaniity, the woman whose name bespeaks indulgence and also sounds like an expensive perfume. She's the Queen of "tranny" porn. To this date she is Joey (the king of "tranny" porn) Silvera's favorite consort. The lady has managed to Lord over lesser transsexuals, leading the pack at ray of light speed. In other words, she's way ahead, of all of us! She not only has screen presence, an intriguing personality, yet also some sort of raw originality. And she expresses her sexuality via song rap, via your T.V. screen, and even makes special appearances in your wildest dreams! It seems as though she has managed to conquer the heart of America, and now has even declared a thirst to conquer the world! She is our "Wild Child" our "Queen T" and with that wicked sweet smile the lady is managing to steal all men's hearts worldwide by the mobs!

1) Who are some of your influences...who inspires you?

Wonder Woman, Madonna, Prince, Salma Hayek, Pedro Almadovar,Rita Hayworth, My Mother...

2) At what age did you realize you were a woman?

I knew as a child, that I would grow up to be a girl ~ subconsciously...

3) How did your family and friends take the news when you told them?

My mother was in denial (though I use to be her fashion consultant and did her makeup), she took it hard, and every conversation was a waterfall of tears (hers) so I let go, she didn't talk to me for 7 years. The rest of the family sided with her, yet I kept on hanging out with my sisters here and there ~ clubbing and such...

4) How did you get into the adult film business?

Before porn I was an administrative assistant for a company that does no longer exist, JTS Corporation. I had no intention of ever embarking on such a sexual journey, in fact I was a bit of a snob about it, I'd tell my girlfriend Brandy Scott things such as, "I would never do that, yuch!" and now look at me, the supposed "queen" and all...hehehe, so Brandy was doing it, she knew Mike Rubenstein at Devils Films (she was under contract), she told me that she had shown a picture of mine to him and that he was excited to meet me. I was in a mentally abusive relationship at that time and the first time that he threatened to hurt me physically I called Brandy and asked her to take me to Los Angeles to meet Mike Rubenstein. He offered me a contract and the rest is history.

5) What are your thoughts about the adult video business....is it just a stepping stone...or do you see yourself doing this for many more years?

I want to go on to do more mainstream jobs, more "household" ~ family friendly appearances..a documentary, a book, book signings, song and dance...

6) Do you feel that people on the whole accept you and other transsexuals?Have you ever come across any kind of discrimination?

There's always been discrimination, even the guys who say in a friendly way "Dang, you're a hot guy, but I don't think I could go there, you're fucking hot though..." that kind of jive is sort of discriminative...now days though more people are open minded. Transsexuality has finally hit the "mainstream" wave, yet there are still a lot of close minded people here on this earth, remember Gwen Araujo, the 17 year old transsexual who was beaten to death by some middle class "momma's boys" who got away with it? Well REMEMBER GWEN ARAUJO, cause we have to bring justice to the front, she deserves justice! There absolutely is discrimination still; she is one of many victims we have lost to hate. Let's try to prevent this from ever happening again!!

7) Do you think you will ever marry?? Have you ever truly been in love???

I've been in love in all my relationships, I was in love with Ryan, I was in love with Rick, I was in love with Doug, I was in love with KC Robinson, though he was never actually in a relationship with me. I was infatuated with Tony Perez, Alex Barajas, Saul Coria, and Tony Chavez. Today Stacy H. Kotero owns my heart still, even though we're broken up :(...I will wear a wedding dress some day, after I learn to love myself first and have something great to offer to a relationship. I hope it's with a sweet, honest man whom I walk down the isle with ~ otherwise I will have to rent a hunk!hehehe... I want a monogamous type of love...

8) You have traveled around the world and met so many people that have been starstruck by you.... has there ever been anyone you were starstuck when meeting?

Salma Hayek. Then again when I meet Prince or Madonna, maybe Angelina Jolie, and Wonder Woman ~ oops, I'M Wonder Woman! hehehe

9) Do you have any advice to girls out there making the transition to TS? Any advice to anyone thinking of getting into adult films???Don't take the shortcut through adult films unless you are strong enough, it's an emotionally roller coaster. Transsexuality is our hormonal imbalance, it happened when we were embryos, there's nothing we can do about that, there's nothing we should want to do. Accept your body, your life as it is, work on the things you feel need correcting and live on, life is yours, do with it as you feel is best for you, don't let anyone tell you that you don't belong and always ask, "Why not?!"

10) You have an incredible figure... what sort of diet and excercise regimate are you on?

I don't believe in dieting, I believe in eating healthy and exercise. I don't eat/drink dairy products, except for Mexican cheese every once in a while...I hate boring salads, but I eat Caesar, without the cheese and the croutons. I try not to eat too much bread, but I love bread, so I eat some. I dance more than anybody I know, so that really keeps my metabolism bumping...

11) If you knew then what you know now... would you change anything about your life?

Never! I knew my destiny, I knew I was going to have a tough life, I knew it would all work it's self out though...I am very proud of myself, my horrible times of poverty, of being hungry, the many embarrassing moments I've been through, the shame, the fear, the neediness...I love all of it, for I am who I am through it all. I am so delighted to be alive and I want to yell of happiness and excitement to thank the Lord ~ as we should all!

12) So what took so long to launch Vaniity.com? Many of your fans had been waiting patiently for a very long time to see it come to see the light... why did it take so long?

Confusion, mistrust ~ that's the past, let's live on!

13) You're voice, walk, mannerisms, everything is so feminine... has it always been this way? Did you change anything to make yourself that way?

My walk is natural, my voice is natural, my mannerisms are natural, my overall look is natural, except for my nose, it's natural... hehehe, but I've had it remodeled a bit. I have veneers on my lower teeth (Dr. Rutner) and I wear extensions here and there to give me more of a Lions Mane and I had my breasts done... hehehe ~~~~TOGGSY ~ CALL ME! I want to write my book! hehe

Who I'd like to meet:My fans, other transsexual friends and people who are honest, sweet and love life! ;)