Our many social and educational events offer fun opportunities for socializing with new people, building friendships, sharing experiences, exploring and improving your presentation and style, and celebrating our femininity in safe settings. Some of our events are designated private while others are public. Our events are designed to provide opportunities to foster your growth and confidence. Should we appear in extreme fashions, reflect contradictory genders in presentation, or exhibit inappropriate behavior—we injure our cause and put our relationship with our venue in jeopardy. As such, we are judged by what they see and hear: Such events offer diverse opportunities to spread your wings and enjoy life as the person you are.
For those just beginning to explore their femininity, many activities facilitate you discovering and perfecting your feminine presentation. Fourth, we must develop new ways of using private capital to meet social needs - not as charity, but as good business. However, we do assume our members to be intelligent, responsible people who will dress and comport themselves appropriately for the venue and the type of event hosted. You will find our members willing to share a wealth of knowledge and the cisgender allies who join us also can provide invaluable guidance. Again, it will be your responsibility to conduct yourself appropriately at our gatherings. Posts go to all members to keep everyone informed. Soirees occur at safe, approachable locations in the DC area. This is the forum to ask questions. We strive to provide a variety of activities meeting the interests and needs of trans-women. Come join us in a relaxed, comfortable setting for a few drinks while you meet and socialize with other women. Such events offer diverse opportunities to spread your wings and enjoy life as the person you are. Should this not occur, the group reserves the right to ask for and, if necessary, enforce appropriate dress and behavior. If all this sounds right for you, join us, and take the important first step by attending one of our posted events! So, if you are drawn to express your feminine side or support those who do and wish to gather with and meet others with compatible interests, we invite you to read further. These no-cover events are open to the public. At any of our events, you are welcome to come in male mode. Gatherings range from small private events to group excursions to larger mainstream venues, events, and outdoor locations. We welcome cross-dressers, bi-gender, gender-fluid, intersex, and transsexuals as well as their partners and community allies. Upon arrival, introduce yourself to the hosts and you will be warmly welcomed. As such, we are judged by what they see and hear: These cocktail parties cater to trans women with dating interests and to admirers of any gender. We hope you will join us on our exploration and journey into femininity! The Charities Commission is currently in the process of putting in place the mechanisms such as procedures and forms to be used necessary to register and support charitable organisations to meet the requirements of the Charities Act These events are scheduled throughout the week. To this end, we offer mentoring and support so that you can develop greater poise and confidence to comfortably and successfully express your innate femininity.
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