In this episode, Savannah talks about being approached by a person on social media who feels that they come down on the wrong side of God’s Word, no matter what decision they try to make concerning their crossdressing.
In this episode, Savannah grills Julie on how she started the style and fashion consultancy of Fox and Hanger, as well as how she found herself fulfilling her desire to support and advocate for the LGBTQ+ community–specifically male-to-female crossdressers and trans women.
In this episode, Savannah realized she had an attraction to feminine clothing, to adolescent exploration of femininity in a time when information about a boy wanting to dress as a girl was scarce and stigmatic
What do we know about different types of crossdressers and what motivates them to dress? Julie and Savannah do a quick dive into the icy waters of the fringes where the sissies, baby dolls, and lolitas dwell.
IN THIS EPISODE of THE FOX AND THE PHOENIX podcast In this episode, Julie Rubenstein,…
Julie and Savannah talk about how they met and how sharing a dream idea through email correspondence led to the creation of a podcast together.
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I was floored to be recognized on Father’s Day. There are so many reasons to not have an expectation of celebration or gratitude on this day. First, I not her stepfather (by law) or her biological father. And… im a male to female crossdresser.
As a postmortem to the “Just Like a Woman” movie watch party, I outlined the major crossdressing themes that stood out to me, complete with minute markers and my thoughts!
The point is… fear is not mutually exclusive of bravery. Femininity is not the absence of masculinity. Love is not the opposite of hate. Strength and vulnerability are not mutually exclusive. While I stand behind my words stating the psychological and physical components of self can all live mutually exclusive from social “norms” expectations and assumptions, the true note to take away from that statement is that our birth biology or gender identity is not a presupposition or limiter of who we are at out true hearts and minds as individuals.