I'm a person that has considered transitioning but (for a variety of reasons) has not. Here's quite a good guide to modern transgender terminology and attitudes: http://fusion.net/american_dream/story/transgender-terminology-416127
I'm well educated, well read, polite, discreet and tasteful. I lived in France for most of my life and speak fluent French and now live in the east end of London (and sometimes in France too). I'm interested in music, art and technology and (sometimes) mixtures of all three.
I'm small (about 5'7''), small build about 62kg, brown eyes, nice legs, girl shaped, pretty much completely hairless, most of my facial hair is lasered as well. Most of these pictures are taken without much make-up, on the other hand there are a few more lines than show up here!
Here are some favourite authors, Haruki Murakami, James Lee Burke, Thomas Pynchon, Flann O'Brien, James Sallis, George Pellecanos, Tom Disch (Camp Concentration), Alfred Bester, Simon Raven, Neal Stephenson, John Sladek and (some of) William Gibson. That's right, I DO need to get out more...do you see any unifying threads here? write to me...
I'll add some as I think of them. As for music, I tend to like modern folk, folk rock (John Martyn just died, great shame, Bert Jansch died too recently, possibly the most underated guitarist ever except maybe Lenny Breau), the blues (from Robert Johnson up to Stevie Ray Vaughn, via Hendrix) and odd things like Pearls before Swine, Third Ear Band and Joanna Newsom. I like people who can write songs also, Dylan, Joni Mitchell, Leonard Cohen, Tom Waits, for example.
My own music has two 'threads' a sort of bluesy, jazzy one and an ambient instrumental one using non-standard tunings like open G and Davey Graham's DADGAD. I can't seem to combine them, so they drift off in their own sweet ways.
I was a scientist and am still a computer scientist, amazing how many of these are t-girls, bits and bytes and hormones. I lived nearly on the street for a while, when young and did a few things that young girls sometimes do to survive, so in spite of a poshish veneer, I've lived a little.
Also, I'm a lifelong friend of Bill, look that up, you'll find out what it is, not the masons, anyway.
I am ambiguous, sensual, and refined