Our Significant Other

A compendium of articles about the relationship between the crossdresser and his significant other and others in his/her life.

How to Tell Your Partner Advice on how to tell your partner about your crossdressing.
Now-I-Like-It-Now-I-Dont-Understanding-the-Acceptance-Pendulum Explains the ups and downs that most partners of crossdressers experience on the road to acceptance.
The TG Partners Page Archive of writings by women in relationships with transgender partners, collected and compiled by Dana Bourne.
SO Information A collection of articles by and for SO’s. Topics include understanding crossdressing; maintaining trust and respect in your marriage; competition with “her”; and normal SO feelings.
Coping With Crossdressing Excerpts from the book Coping with Crossdressing by JoAnn Roberts. Topics include talking to kids and telling family and friends.  Material is somewhat dated, but still of interest.
A Significant Other View A collection of mostly short articles by Julie Freeman, the wife of a crossdresser and host of a significant other support group.
How Do I Keep My Marriage? Discussion on managing crossdressing within a marriage from Glamour Boutique.
For Wives and Significant Others of Transsexuals Article by Diane Wilson  geared towards women in a relationship with a male-to-female transsexual partner.
Helen Boyd’s 2005 Glitz Speech Thought-provoking speech by Helen Boyd, author of My Husband Betty and She’s Not the Man I Married.
TGSO Yahoo! group for female partners of MtFs.
Loved Ones Forum Forum hosted by Crosdressers.com, for partners, friends and family of CD/TG/TS individuals. (Note: This section of CD.com is a members only section

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