Two-spirited look and a glass of whisky (in natural colours)

Since I have received some very sweet and heart-warming feedback about the last picture posted here, I feel like adding another one from the same sequence; now in its natural colours. This one is technically better, but I chose the other first because of the smile it showed. Here, the pose is equally shy (or coy, as a dear friend commented), but more meditative.

The photo was taken just one minute before the other, and regrettably it does not show, either, that the model had some real (though little) tits even then… Auggghh :/ Anyway is the attitude and general looks what makes a woman; not the tits โ€“or not just them.


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Coy posing with a glass of Macallan 18 y.o.


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12 thoughts on “Two-spirited look and a glass of whisky (in natural colours)

  1. A lovely photo and lost in such deep thoughts. Makes me want to ask; “a penny for your thoughts”
    It is not the size of the breasts that make a woman (or person) but it is their soul and their spirit. From following you in the the short time I’ve been I can and will say you have a beautiful soul and a wonderfully free spirit.
    Raising a glass in toast.

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    • Hiii! Thanks dearly! I would tell you, but I cannot recall what I was thinking at that moment; so you will save your penny :)) But… looking at the following pics of the set, it seems I was just essaying different poses and glances. What I can say is I was still joyful and hopeful about the relationship I had started not long ago, and… very much on heat ๐Ÿ™‚
      Will drink to you and your beloved K this night. And really, you are a true gentleman and a Sire (in the South, the North, the East and the West! LOL) A warm tight hug, dear โค โœจ ๐Ÿ’‹


    • Awww ! ๐Ÿ’ โœจ I heartily thank you for the flattering !
      It matters. (I wish everybody around me, including some who suite me, thought of me as a girl, and not as a super-sissyfied queer fag (to say it softly)) *Big Hug* ๐Ÿ’œ

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        • Hi ๐Ÿ™‚ Well… Officially (and sadly) my homeland belongs to Spain since the early 18th century… So, yes. But also, I’m in Catalonia and I’m a Catalan.
          I am very glad to know where you are from !! West USA is one of the places in the world where I could live. Also I have three nice girlfriends in California (one of them is a t-girl like I, so the links are tight.) *Hugs* โœจ

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          • It’s interesting to me that now English is ingrained worldwide as a second language in non-English speaking countries.
            I know young women from Portugal & Pakistan, who write fluently In Englsh, so much so that an American could not tell it was their 2nd language !

            When I was in school, long ago, the courses in ‘foreign languages’… German, French & Spanish’..were optional. not required. I did take Spanish classes for 3 years and was fairly proficient at reading & writing, (including the irregular verbs ) but since then have forgotten most of it, from not using what I’d learned.

            I do remember the first phrase I learned was ‘Donde esta la bibliotceca? ‘… as if that was so important to know when visiting a Spanish-speaking country… hahaha


            • Well, in my case, English is not a second language, but the fifth I began to learn -and the fourth I learnt well-. The fact is that multilingualism is common, and even general, among people from small countries with minority native languages. It also depends on the geographical and historical background. Where I was born (Catalunya), in Spain, near the border with France and near a region where Occitan is the most used (and also co-official) language, speaking several languages is really the norm. Also, our Dad had a native language come from afar, and then I followed postgraduate studies in England, so… ๐Ÿ™‚
              If you ever feel like exercising your Spanish, you may do it with me, since I know it very well (better than English).
              I appreciate much your feedback and your interest. *A Big Hug* ๐Ÿ’ โœจ

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    • Oh, Liz… but my jaw-line is something that often flashes out a gender alert all around me :/ When I am serious or surly, it looks clearly masculine. As much as a bulge in the leggings, a shadow under the nose, or the voice… I may tuck the bulge, conceal the shadows on my face with makeup, and I’m learning to hide the lower tones in my voice, but I cannot fix my jaws. (My sister underwent surgery to feminize her jaw contour when she was 19 or 20, but it is a complicated, expensive and very painful surgery, which I won’t undergo).
      Anyway, I’m very thankful if you think is OK :)) *Molts Petons i una abraรงada ben forta*!! ๐Ÿ’œ โœจ ๐Ÿ’‹


  2. Ah Lixie, I think you look very beautiful in this shot. Pensive is the word that comes to mind for me I must say. You look like a beautiful young woman my dear, and I am sorry and angry that others don’t see this and put you down. I understand the changes to your body are important to you but I’m sure there are many women who would be delighted to look as you do – I for one have always coveted smaller breasts. Do you have my email address? There is something I’d like to discuss with you. A nice thing.
    Indie xo

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    • Thanks lovingly, dear! Your words are always a blessing for my self-esteem :)) ๐Ÿ’™ ๐Ÿ’œ
      I will look for your address and will contact you this night if I do not go out or I come back early enough. *Kisses* !


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