May 31

A Little Kiwi?

3 comments

Hi,

 

I may be visiting New Zealand within the next month or so. I'm going to need to do a few things while I'm there. I hope to be landing in Auckland. The first is a crossdressing makeover. NZ has a significant LGBT community; but I can't find a place online. I've got every search engine in the world, but no luck. Can someone help me out with this? Secondly, I need to go wardrobe shopping. I need everything. I also need to go somewhere they'll actually measure me. Most importantly, I need to learn how to contact "real" CDs, who are open to sharing with newbies. So far, the only thing I've come up with is going to Drag-Shows and trying to get an introduction to one or more of the performers to get hooked-up. I suppose maybe even offering an honorarium might not be such a bad thing. As you can probably tell I could benefit from some advice in this area. I want to be percieved as being sincere and not an admirer looking for a date.

Jun 2

Wow, I actually made a little progress. I went to a drag club and asked the waiter to help me out. I had to write it on paper to get him to understand; but he finally figured it out. About 20 minutes later he introduced me to one of the performers who agreed to make me up. We exchanged numbers and tentatively agreed to exchange messages in the next few days. Oddly, this turned out kind of the way I imagined it. Not a bad start?

 

BTW, I'm in Jakarta right now, Auckland is several weeks away and I think I found someone who's advertising herself as a kind of concierge, in Auckland. The site looks like its been there since the Tripod days, so I'm not holding out a lot of hope for this one responding.

Jul 27

I actually got it done! One of the performers did it for me. It was a drag look. I wasn't really that happy with it. He also didn't have any clothes for me to borrow; so he made me up in my "guy" street clothes. I want to try again; but I'm clearly going to need to have my own clothes and wig. An individual makeup artist or performer isn't going to have anything for you to wear.

 

BTW, I'm not that far from Bankok. I must assume that this will shopping paradise for aspiring sissies.

 

Hi there, I would hope that there would be a few makeover and dressing services that you could access locally? I've no idea what the scene is like in NZ but I'd assume that in Auckland, Wellington etc. you should be able to find a few local groups to join. Also, don't rule out the wider LGBT groups since you will often find the 'queer' community getting together if you've got smaller numbers.

 

I'd certainly recommend any local Pride events that you have going on there as well.

 

Juliette

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