Top Trans Woman RSS Feeds
Site - transgriot.blogspot.com
About Site - News, opinions, commentary, history and a little creative writing from a proud African-American transwoman about the world around her.
Site - amandajetteknox.com
About Site - Amanda Jetté Knox is an award-winning writer, human rights advocate and public speaker. In early 2014, her middle child came out to the family as a transgender girl, shifting the focus of her mom’s writing career towards LGBTQ rights and education. Alexis' journey changed everything, and taught Amanda a great deal about courage, compassion and authenticity.
Site - faithdabrooke.com
Brooklyn, NY, United States
About Site - Called "One of the transgender pioneers of the internet," Faith DaBrooke has been entertaining millions with her videos, writing and modeling for well over a decade. Based in Brooklyn, NY, she also enjoys creating art and comics, thrift shops, and watching cats make biscuits.
Site - femulate.org
About Site - I am a woman who happens to have a male body, but I am not going to let that little handicap hinder me from being the best woman I can be.
Site - mysonwearsheels.com/blog
About Site - Julie Tarney's memoir and blog are about a mom who learned the truth about gender identity, gender expression and self-acceptance from her son.
Site - rhondasescape.com
About Site - A Blog about Life Style, Fashion and being Transgender. Rhonda’s Escape Blog started on July 19, 2015 as a fun way to share my passion for fashion and attempts to communicate why I feel that my life has been “extraordinarily ordinary”. Surely a contradiction of terms, but somehow I see myself as a contradiction.
7. Zinnia Jones
About Site - My work focuses on insights to be found across transgender sociology, public health, psychiatry, history of medicine, cognitive science, the social processes of science, transgender feminism, and human rights, taking an analytic approach that intersects these many perspectives and is guided by the lived experiences of transgender people. The importance of real, concrete support is a guiding value
Site - caitlynjenner.com
About Site - I'm so happy after such a long struggle to be living my true self. Welcome to the world Caitlyn. Can't wait for you to get to know her/me.
Site - susanking.blogspot.com
Atlanta, Georgia, United States
About Site - I am a 60 female girl who has been living as a guy. Now I am going to let my femininity out. It is going to take time and I am going to enjoy this journey. This blog will be my virtual diary of this trip. I do not know where I will end up, but I am excited.
10. Clare Flourish
Site - clareflourish.wordpress.com
About Site - Moving through the world, making myself memorable. This blog is about Life: everything that interests me, which is everything. And as I am a trans woman, it is about my Trans experience.
Site - mycdlife.com
Rochester, New York
About Site - Exploration of society through transgender perspective. I was born in 1970 and grew up as a heavily closeted transgender woman in a world that didn't understand what "transgender" means. Up to mid-2013, most of the content was crossdressing-related. The content from mid-2013 and after reflect general trans issues, rather than just crossdressing (CD fall within the “transgender” umbrella term).
Site - zagria.blogspot.com
About Site - Essays on trans, intersex, cis and other persons and topics from a trans perspective. This site is the most comprehensive on the web devoted to trans history and biography. Well over 1200 persons worthy of note, both famous and obscure, are discussed in detail, and many more are mentioned in passing.
Site - sillytranswoman.blogspot.com
About Site - Find transgender related advice, information, news and topics by Katherine Jean.
14. Unordinary Style
Site - unordinarystyle.com
About Site - This is a style blog and yes I am aware that I am transgender! I am a married, 40 something male, that enjoys cross dressing. I am a man who likes to dress in women's clothes. I like to call myself Nadine while dressed as a woman. On my blog I will be exploring women's clothes and men being able to wear them in a fashionable manner and other various topics that interest me.
Site - lexiecannes.com
About Site - LEXIE CANNES STATE OF TRANS covers and comments on transgender matters and issues and always puts the “T” ahead of LGB. I use the gender-correct names, pronouns, and gender identity things often used incorrectly, sometimes deliberately with the intention of oppressing, in media sources.
Site - gendermom.wordpress.com
About Site - A chronicle of fun and fear, or, daily life with my young trans daughter.
17. Becoming Kris
Denver / San Francisco
About Site - I'm transgender. I'm an engineer. I'm fucking awesome. This blog is where I write about personal things. I am openly transgender, and the entire process has kind of fucked me up, so I will probably write a lot about that here.
Site - theheroines.blogspot.com
About Site - This blog is about women that are my everyday inspirations.We were born in a foreign body of a man. My blog is proof that with a little courage and love, reassignment of sex is possible, and we can be feminine, loved and desired.
Site - lostintransgender.org
London, Sussex, United Kingdom
About Site - Lost in Transgender is a blog about Crossdressing, Autogynephilia, Transgender, Feminisation Transsexual Fantasy & Crossdreaming, Male to Female Transformation, TG Films & Videos and Forced Fem & Men Becoming Women
Site - darlenetandogenderblog.com
San Diego, CA
About Site - This blog is about gender and all its intricacies. I will be blogging about latest research, reflections from my work with gender non-conforming and transgender clients, as well as information about resources.
21. Hannah McKnight
Site - hannahmcknight.org
About Site - Hi! My name is Hannah McKnight and I identify as transgender but I prefer the term T-Girl. Over the years I have gotten more involved with trans-activism, social awareness and creating a supportive environment for all transwomen. I also contribute to Frock magazine and model for Glamour Boutique.
Site - dianacorner.blogspot.com
Central Connecticut, United States
About Site - My blog and website have two goals, to educate the public about trans-people and to show trans-people that you can have a productive and meaningful life as a trans-person.
Site - kimberlyhuddle.blogspot.com
Austin, Texas, United States
About Site - A lot of people travel for work, so that's no real big deal, but how many of them do it cross dressed?
Site - daniellaargento.com
About Site - I am just your average happily married, monogamous semi closeted crossdresser. I hope to entertain, educate, inspire and connect with as many people as possible by sharing my experiences, my journey and my thoughts with you. This blog deals with the lives and experiences of transgender people and how we interact with the society we find ourselves in. I hope you enjoy reading about this demi monde.
25. Stefani Within
Site - stefanilara.com
About Site - I’m Stefani, and I’m transgender. Simply put, I’m a woman unfortunate enough to have been born male. This is my journal, where I record my experiences and my fears. I want to record this for myself, and anyone who wants to come along.