It is not easy to copy women as realistically, as stylishly and classically as possible and is, therefore, a special art for me.
One may not believe how difficult it is to turn an ordinary man into an authentic illusion of an attractive and persuasive woman. This is partly because of the anatomical differences, but also because we guys usually have scanty little idea about the world of women.
For me, the transformation of a man into a woman has succeeded if it is stylish, natural, elegant and suitable for everyday use. As an essential element of my philosophy, I consider myself to dress according to the occasion and age appropriately. For sure, I'm not a drag queen and it would never occur to me to present myself in public dressed in my old age like an eighteen-year-old schoolgirl. I also do not like it when the impression is created that a new streetwalk is to be opened, or when the testosterone and / or one or the other erotic male wishful thinking had an impact on the transformation.
When "Annica Springmann" moves in public, she does not want to attract any attention (certainly not negative) and not being recognized as a man dressed in drag. I hate that, but objectively you look at a 1.85-meter-tall "woman" more carefully and see behind the make-up a man. Most of the people I meet do not bother that, so I can live with it.
However, my attitude does not seem to be wrong, because to my amazement I receive even many dear compliments from both men and women, while those of women, who are well versed in styling and make-up, are like a accolade. Not least because women are much more critical in appearance. There are even people who do not notice that there is a man behind the facade.
In my opinion, it is no art to lubricate tons of colorful make-up in the face, put on a cheap carnival wig, at night in extremely short leather mini with red stockings hold his double-D silicone breasts on 10 cm high heels walk and at the same time incredibly feminine to feel. I find this little sophisticated and extremely embarrassing. I am also convinced that this causes little acceptance among others and serves the usual prejudices. I will never be a friend of such transformations.
But please do not get me wrong. For my attitude and my views on this topic I certainly do not claim to have taken the only right path. As a transgender, I bring the same tolerance to all other people as I like to ask others to do. Just as not everyone needs to find me great and likable, I just do not think every other person is great and personable.