Davita's Transgendered Study Guide

Just in case -- "no" -- I'm not interested in a relationship or sex... I just want to help.

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           <h1>Hi! I'm Davita Lynette Farley<br /><span class="fontxlarge">On
           the Web since Friday, May 1, 1998 </span><span class="fontlarge">
           (so Yahoo said)</span></h1>
            <p style="text-align:center">
            We can tell our closest friends our darkest secrets
            without worry as they are our closest friends. They
            have those values as human beings we require. It is
            because of those values that we know, in fact, it is
            safe to tell them. <br />...Frogbert
            I was asked once if I felt any different being dressed
            as a woman. I hesitated and said "no." It wasn't until
            I got home that I realized I do feel a little
            different. My worries are different. When I am DRAB I
            worry about "Davita" showing; when I am Davita, I worry
            about the boy side showing.
          <p style="text-align:center"><strong>Please sign my
            <a href="https://davita-farley.webs.com/apps/guestbook/"
                target="refers"><strong>guestbook</strong></a><strong> or provide
            <a href="https://davita-farley.webs.com/contactme.htm"
                target="refers"><strong>anonymous feedback</strong></a>.
            <br />Happy <!--#config timefmt="%A" --> <!--#echo var="DATE_LOCAL" -->!</p>
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              <td style="width: 675px"><span class="fontmedium">I am hoping my web site browses the same
                   no matter your choice of browser. You may have noticed I do not care for small black text.
                Let me know via my feedback link at either the top of the page or in
                the left menu if I should change either the color or the size.</span>
              <td><span class="fontsmall">Help find a missing child.</span><br />       
        <a href="http://www.missingkids.com/" target="refers"><img
            src="logos/ncmec_logo2.gif" title="National Center for Missing &amp; Exploited Children"
            alt="National Center for Missing &amp; Exploited Children" class="float_right" /></a></td>
            This site has the old&nbsp; <a href="http://www.icra.org/labelv02.html" target="refers">
             <img src="logos/icra_i26x25blk.gif" style="border:0px; width:25px; padding-left:5px; padding-right:5px" title="ICRA International"
             alt="ICRA International Label" /></a> logo at the top menu.
             This old logo/label declares my site has:</p>
             <ul  class="body"><li>No nudity or sexual material</li>
             <li>No violence</li>
             <li>No potentially offensive language</li>
             <li>Material that might disturb young children</li>
             <li>No chat facilities</li></ul>
                  Please note that what might be disturbing to young children is
                most likely the topic and it is really more likely the thinking
                of the parents that this site is disturbing rather than the young
                children. An open, healthy mind of the parents should mean an
                open healthy child. So, one should not worry too much if a young
                child finds my site, just be ready for the questions.
            See the <a href="announce.html" target="_top">Update Log and
            Announcements</a> <strong>as of 3/24/2013</strong>. I
            seem to be updating my site about monthly. If you see
            something broken, misspelled, or just needs fixing, please
            let me know. I missed it the first time; I can miss it again.
            If an external link to another person's/place's web site
            changes, please help me keep current.</p>
           <p> (You can <a
            href="comment.au">hear</a> this same comment for
            visitors via a 371K au file.) I have noticed warning
            messages on a number of sites addressing the same
            subject matter in my site. These warnings suggest you
            should leave if you are offended. I have noticed
            warnings such as those below 18 should not enter, even
            when there is no pornography (by MY definition). I will
            not place such warnings on my site. I encourage all to
            visit even if their sensibilities could be
            offended--this is a chance to learn. I will not warn
            minors (which is defined by local mores) to stay out
            because this topic is not age-limited. However, I
            suggest minors seek adult council when viewing my site
            as I do not want to unduly influence anyone.
          <p><span class="fontxsmall">Click on my picture for my <a href="bio.html" target="_top">
            <span class="fontxsmall">Bio</span></a>.<br />
            <a href="bio.html" target="_top"><img
             alt="Davita's Bio" class="float_left" /></a>I am
            a 59+ year old transgendered person. To better figure
            out what that meant, I had a number of visits to (as I
            like to think of her) my psychologist. Her diagnosis
            was somewhat straight out of the Diagnostic and Statistical
            Manual of Mental Disorders (Fourth Edition) (DSM IV). When you
            are not quite the clinical definition then you get, "transgendered but
            undetermined". *smile* just like me to never fit a clear definition.
            Within DSM IV, there are clear delineations of transgendered persons
            (fetishist, transsexual, etc.), but I am not quite just one of them.
            Anyway, I have been dressing since I was five or six.
            Like many of us, I have had my ups and downs with who I
            am and have done my share of purging. I think I have a
            good amount of experience accumulated over these many
            years and am here to share my experience. Please note that
            my outings are will you will find the information I discovered
            or the any tips and tricks. Of course, I do have my reference
            pages to the various experts and to others that I feel provide
            equal or better information.
            I have set up this web site to offer my knowledge
            supplemented with experiences of my own. I think this
            is a better approach for many of you just beginning and
            for some of you who worry so hard about everyone and
            anything. I want this site to provide easy reading, a
            starting point for addressing your concerns, and a
            place where you can see that it isn't all just talk,
            but can be real. Although my web site may be slanted,
            I am trying to keep my information relevant to the
            whole transgendered community.
            For any significant others (SOs) who need information
            and need their concerns addressed, I have links for
            them too.
            <br style="clear:both" />
            <br />
            I scattered pictures on almost every page (hoping this
            way you just might read some). The headless or bubbled
            pictures are my older ones before I started going out.
            The bubbles are simply to maintain the illusions
            (bearded ladies just don't look right). As I get out
            more during the years, I will be replacing some of the
            older pictures. For you Poufbunnies, I didn't forget you
            and I will try to keep up and provide new pictures to <a
            href="http://www.newblooms.org.uk/" target="refers">June</a>
            or the <a href="http://www.pettipond.com/pond.htm" target="refers">
            Pettipond</a> to post or will add them to my own
            <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/davita_farley/sets/72157603859704761/"
              target="refers">Flickr Poufbunny set</a>.</p>
            Lastly, I broke down and created the &quot;Evolution&quot; page, which
            provides a pictorial essay of my beginnings, through the years until
            some date when I get tired of keeping up with the latest pictures
            for that page. Fear not, show off that I am, I do have my latest
            pictures on <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/davita_farley/"
            <br style="clear:both"/>&nbsp;
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          <p style="text-align:center">
            All play and no work must mean you're rich *giggle*
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            <img alt="image" src="logos/emailp.gif" style="float:left; padding-right:5px"/>If you need to talk or if you need some
            guidance, fe-mail me using one of my feedback links at the top
            or left on this page.
            If you just want to say "hi", drop me a line. And gosh
            forbid you let a constructive criticism go by without
            telling me. Tell me where my site is broken! <span class="auto-style5">(Just in case -- "no" -- I'm not
            interested in a relationship or sex... I just want to
          <p>And more help can be found at:<a href="http://www.glbtnationalhelpcenter.org/" target="refers"><img
            src="logos/glbt_help.jpg" title="The GLBT National Help Center"
            alt="The GLBT National Help Center" style="border:0px; width:210px;
            padding-left:5px" /></a></p>
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            Web Rings? Certainly, I belong to a few. They help you get those all important
            hits on your site. Or in my thinking, they help you get the word out.  See my
            <a href="rings.html" target="_top">Rings</a> page to visit other like-minded people.
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      Sorry for this, but some legalize...
      This entire website is copyrighted. All rights reserved. Naturally, my copyright
      does not include materials not my own and I will have given credit where credit
      is due. If my site has infringed, please do not let me continue that mistake and
      notify me immediately. In the same breath, if you find my stuff out "there" and
      you don't think I gave permission, let me know.
    <p>If you want anything from my website - <strong>ask</strong>. You may have it 
    <strong>only</strong> if you have my express written permission.
    <p style="text-align:center">Signed, the Management -- (Davita)</p>

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