About Tasi (housemistress)

Tasi DevilTasi is a married cross dresser, a father, a grandfather, a Vietnam vet and a businessman, now retired. She is the founder of Lambda Beta Rho, formerly Tri-Ess, but now the Ladies of the Blue Ridge Transgender Association.

She’s an author and a fashion columnist for several national and international magazines and forums in the transgender community and a speaker at various universities.

Tasi, like many of you, experimented with cross dressing over the years, but it wasn’t until about 7 years ago that she came out to her wife after more than 30 years of marriage. This was a difficult time that led to compromises needed to maintain a balanced relationship. Tasi and Janet are willing to share those experiences through this website so that you, the reader, can have an understanding source for the many questions that arise in your own lives as a transgender person or spouse.

Tasi has a love of fashion which you will see throughout Sister House and in her blog, the Fashionable TG Woman

You can also read a more comprehensive profile on Tasi through a two part series in Shades of Gender in Chicago Now

Part 1: http://www.chicagonow.com/shades-gender/2015/04/interview-with-cross-dressing-corporate-executive/
Part 2: http://www.chicagonow.com/shades-gender/2015/04/cross-dresser-tasi-wife-children-and-the-future/
From the Housemistress

TasiAll Bladders Matter!

According to the Republican-controlled legislatures in North Carolina, Mississippi, and Kansas, transgender Americans should start developing ninja-level bladder control skills, because whole chunks of the South and Midwest are now, officially, “No Trans Zones.”  Thanks to new, “religious freedom,” laws in those states, we’re no longer allowed to enter the gender-specific restroom, changing room or locker room of our gender identity.  We have to use the facility that serves the gender on our birth certificates.

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