Crossdressing Chloe
My name is Chloe Cream (WHIPPED). I'm a crossdressing super-girl. I'm beautiful. I'm 21 years old.

I'm a boy who looks like a girl. I act like a girl. I like to have sex like I'm a girl. And I want to feel pretty like a girl. I'm very sub, I'm a lip gloss high heel wearing powder puff. I'm made of candy floss.

I like to be taken. But only by a woman. I'm a lesbian sugar puff

If you like to say hello to me, or if you want to take me on a ride (I'm very very flexible) my email address is thusly:-

princesschloe87@yahoo.com

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Crossdressing Chloe
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ourblackproject:

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I do feel there is a preoccupation with that. The preoccupation with transition and surgery objectifies trans people. And then we don’t get to really deal with the real lived experiences. The reality of trans peoples’ lives is that so often we are targets of violence. We experience discrimination disproportionately to the rest of the community. Our unemployment rate is twice the national average; if you are a trans person of color, that rate is four times the national average. The homicide rate is highest among trans women. If we focus on transition, we don’t actually get to talk about those things… By focusing on bodies we don’t focus on the lived realities of that oppression and that discrimination.
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Laverne Cox
ourblackproject:

“
I do feel there is a preoccupation with that. The preoccupation with transition and surgery objectifies trans people. And then we don’t get to really deal with the real lived experiences. The reality of trans peoples’ lives is that so often we are targets of violence. We experience discrimination disproportionately to the rest of the community. Our unemployment rate is twice the national average; if you are a trans person of color, that rate is four times the national average. The homicide rate is highest among trans women. If we focus on transition, we don’t actually get to talk about those things… By focusing on bodies we don’t focus on the lived realities of that oppression and that discrimination.
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Laverne Cox
ourblackproject:

“
I do feel there is a preoccupation with that. The preoccupation with transition and surgery objectifies trans people. And then we don’t get to really deal with the real lived experiences. The reality of trans peoples’ lives is that so often we are targets of violence. We experience discrimination disproportionately to the rest of the community. Our unemployment rate is twice the national average; if you are a trans person of color, that rate is four times the national average. The homicide rate is highest among trans women. If we focus on transition, we don’t actually get to talk about those things… By focusing on bodies we don’t focus on the lived realities of that oppression and that discrimination.
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Laverne Cox
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stillheels:

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mannequinfetish:

*NB
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wondrous-beauties:

Ragazza
Photography: Shitake
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sensualhumiliation:

katie was forced to stay in that uncomfortable position, knelt, bound and severely gagged. The corset which she was forced to wear before was still covering her breasts… she knew perfectly that was just a question of time to be fully naked, and helpless against his most dark desires.Yes, she would be abused and completely humiliated, just for his pleasure.
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such-a-saint-but-such-a-whore:

† Soft Grunge Models †
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