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If you’re a one of Mistress Ella’s sissies, you probably weren’t taught all the lessons girls were growing up from older sisters, more experienced peers, or overtly sexual aunts. Things any Mom and Grandma are appalled to ever talk about, much less think!
We offer plenty of advice on how to physically be feminine with clothes, makeup, or plastic surgery that can come close to having the irresistible magnetism of the feminine spirit in a woman.
Have you ever wondered how to master that sissy spirit? Why do girls with flat chests and no ass happen to pull in alpha males compared to bimbos?
The secret is being receptive…
Receptivity is the essence of femininity.
I’m going to repeat that, just to make sure you don’t miss it. It’s the key to blowing wide open the whole mystery of how to be feminine.
Receptivity is the essence of femininity.
To be more feminine, be more receptive.
Here’s how: Consider receiving gifts, compliments, and help graciously.
That means if your bull says you look cute when you have bed hair, you say “Thank you” and nothing else. No need to explain that your hair is a mess. He has eyes too, and he doesn’t seem to think that matters. Just receive.
It means if a coworker says, “Do you want some help moving the chairs back?” and you feel guilty because it’s your responsibility, you smile and say only “Thank you.”
It’s a sissies job to receive. Receiving graciously also means …
Are you feeling like a sissy right now? If not, I want you to find the nearest mirror, shut the door, and lean your face near enough that your hot breath fogs up the glass. Are you listening to mommy, sissy? I demand your absolute obedience. Imagine a man… an alpha male… behind you, naked and muscular, and completely focused on your ass while fluffing his cock.
Suddenly you notice yourself bending over naturally, parting your legs wider and wider, arching your back like a complete bimbo, and relaxing your pleasure hole–ready to take him. You look at your self in the mirror, giving yourself a naughty, little smirk, thinking to yourself “How did I get here?”!
As much as any sissy wants, you can’t jump straight from a naughty fantasy to full-on pounding from a 12″ cock. Just like learning how to apply make-up and dressing up is both important and fun for feminization, so is practicing to receive a man! Here’s what you’ll need to be a cum slut for any dirty old man, black gangster, or muscular jock you want!
“You won’t get anywhere without a little oil!” our dads used to say. They were talking about cars while we sat bored, watching them. Do you also have fantasies of sitting in a garage, maybe watching an older neighbourhood boy fix up a muscle car, and wish you were taken by him? Don’t …
Have you been sitting at home all this time during quarantine? Why not prepare yourself for when restrictions “loosen”? Here are 7 effective “sexercises” you can do to help you ride your man for when you can finally meet up with him.
Are you ready? Oh, and make sure you take lots of breaks and rest and drink lots of fluids. And by that, I mean sleep while listening to sissy hypnosis and drink all of your own cum!
1. Squat to Sumo Squat
How to do it: Take a wide position with your feet looking ahead. Keeping your chest high and your knees behind your toes, twist the two knees around 90 degrees. Press up through the heels to return to beginning position, at that point turn your toes out around 45 degrees, and twist the two knees around 90 degrees to play out a subsequent squat. Press up through the heels to come back to beginning position and complete one rep.
2. Sumo Squat Pulse-Backs
How to do it: Take a wide position with your feet confronting outward around 45 degrees. Keeping your chest high and knees behind your toes, twist the two knees around 90 degrees. Without standing up, press your knees out to the sides, at that point in. Keep on rotating beats toward every path.
3. Bulgarian Split Squat
How to do it: Stand a couple of feet before a seat and spot your correct toes on the seat. Twist your front knee around 90 …
She’s not trans. She’s not in drag. For her, being a ‘Sissy’ is a bit more complicated.
Annie is a part-time girl.
A few times a month, she climbs into a pair of stockings, coats her lips in bright pink lipstick and puts on a wig full of strawberry red curls. She poses for a few pictures, taken by her wife, and together, they go out on dates as two girls in love.
Other days, however, Annie is Andrew. Annie, though, is content with this arrangement — i.e., spending more time as Andrew than Annie. She previously struggled with the desire to be feminine, feeling guilty and confused about her gender identity. But through introspection, and with the help of her wife, she found that she was happy to embrace her womanly side only some of the time, while still living day-to-day life as a man. She’s wondered whether she’s a trans woman, but ultimately, she’s decided she identifies as gender fluid and nonbinary.
A lot of people living as men feel the same way. For some, being a woman some of the time is a means of exploring and embracing the nuances of their gender identity, like Annie. For others, it’s a sexual activity, a fetish in which they’re stripped of their masculinity, and in turn, their power and dignity. For yet another subset, it’s a combination of the two, often in ways they themselves don’t fully understand.
The more fetishistic side of being a part-time woman is known …
Is Passing Really That Important?
Passing may be the ultimate goal for many trans individuals but is it really that important? Whilst passing is not the holy grail to every transgender person there is a large proportion of us that do create a mental image of ‘that person’ in our brains. The perception we create is often the look we want to achieve or indeed our outward presentation to the world. If you are a transgender woman – you will have an idea of the degree of femininity that you desire to realize.
If you spend time on Facebook, and you are a member of various trans groups, then chances are you will have seen many ‘Do I Pass?’ posts. These posts may be supportive or helpful but they can also be extremely annoying. Why? Someone’s snapshot or single personal experiences will not equate to leading factors within your own life and stepping out to face the world is a personal and individual one. You may also think that you “have to pass” and maybe your perception of passing ultimately means acceptance in society, however there are many trans people that do not find it necessary to ‘pass’.
We should briefly talk about those 3 important terms called “passing”, “stealth” and “clocking”:
To “pass” means to go about your day with society sighting you as correct gender, and ultimately not being misgendered. If you look, sound and act like your …