A list of text-based posts from me, mostly on topics about boy-to-girl, social platforms on the internet, and technology.
I need to get out more.
… and not even a short skirt anymore. Two stupid leggings stories from the holidays, and how to make leggings work for you.
Thoughts on a year spent WFH, largely in isolation, and working on websites and photoshoots.
The internet is angry. Again.
An ode to the incredibly cute women’s uniforms in Star Trek’s original series, which coincidentally, is also my Halloween costume this year.
Optimizing for the exact number of characters Google will show in a description and implementing a regression test to make sure the limit is never exceeded.
I almost never respond to chat requests on social platforms. That might feel like a slight, so here’s an explanation as to why.
Examining why I fail NaNoWriMo every year, and considering failing it again in 2020.
A secret crossdressing resort in the Catskills during the 1960s, and thinking about crossdressers of the past.
Thoughts on my neurosis when it comes to passing, where I am now, and where I’d like to be someday.
How to subvert a very artificial limitation and use a desktop web browser to post content to Instagram.
On /r/crossdressing’s ban of morphed photos (i.e. those produced by girl filters on Snapchat and FaceApp) and why these are so popular in the first place.
In which I read and watch a lot of (mostly bad) manga and anime related to crossdressing to see if any of it manages to portray crossdressers better than the west.
The short story of how I tried and failed to automate engagement from my Instagram account to up my follower count.
Ruminations on why trans-girls seem to get a lot more interest and engagement on Instagram compared to other social media platforms.
An ode to my old nom de plume and some old photos salvaged from various corners of the internet for the sake of preservation.
A book review for 2005’s Alice in Genderland, a rare written perspective from a non-trans non-drag-queen crossdresser.
A list of product recommendations for a complete boy-to-girl kit based on what I’ve found works well over the years.
Tricks that Twitter could learn from Instagram and Reddit in follower design that would encourage people to follow the people they actually want to be following instead of obsessing over optics and follow ratios.
How I skipped a lot of traditional CSS convenience and compatibility techniques by using modern CSS constructs which are now widely supported.
Welcome to my new home page and journal! A short welcome message and story on why I built it instead of just publishing to Reddit and Instagram.