Every girl dreams of being a beautiful, blushing and breathtaking bride. Some boys also dream of being transformed into a beautiful bride, too! Bridal beauty does not know the bride's sex at birth...just her beauty on her most special day, whether it be for a bridal photo shoot, a commitment or renewal of vows ceremony, or an actual wedding. This is a bridal blog exclusively for the CD/TV/TS/TG community.
Dawn Simmons (1929-2006), born Gordon Langley Hall, was the unofficially adopted transsexual daughter of Dame Margaret. As a man, Gordon Langley Hall chiefly wrote biographies of women and identified strongly with his subjects. Before he began his new life as a woman, he hosted a debutante party for his pets. Dawn underwent SRS in 1968. The following year, she exchanged marriage vows with an African-American garage mechanic named John Simmons, 18 years her junior. While Dame Margaret was delighted with the news, one of the bride’s great-aunts complained: “I wish Dawn wasn’t marrying a Baptist.”
How many of the brides I post are actually transsexual, and how many are CD/TV? The answer is that most of the brides you see on my blog are crossdressers/transvestites; many do this as part of their portfolios. A large number of transsexual women who have put on a wedding gown are models who show off the gowns in a photography studio or on the runway; an increasing number of androgynous persons are doing this, too (most notably Andrej Pejic and Tima Marso). As in the montage previously posted, there are a number of transsexual women who have had their dreams come true, and have taken a man as her husband. Increased acceptance has also led to more transsexual women marrying other women (regardless of whether her spouse was born male or female). To all the transgender women out there: I hope your most romantic dream of being a bride comes true.
Lan Phuong is an Asian transsexual…modeling this breathtaking bridal gown.
SOURCE: World of Goddesses on Flickr