The Crystal Club is a non-profit support group for cross dressers, transsexuals, female impersonators, and other transgender individuals. Spouses and significant others are welcome and are encouraged to participate. Both male-to-female and female-to-male individuals are welcome. Members from related organizations, helpful professionals, and approved guests are welcome when cleared through a Crystal Club elected officer. Club policies, meeting dates, locations, and fees are available on request.
Often prospective new members don't know what to expect at a Crystal Club meeting. Their expectations are often colored by what they see on Geraldo and the like. (One member thought attendees might be dressed in corsets and thigh-high boots, and another thought there might be all sorts of strange sexual goings on.) In fact, we're all a bunch of pretty normal people who dress pretty much like normal women and meet only to socialize and participate in various club functions. Our meetings are simply an opportunity to get dressed, go out, and be with our good friends. We range in age from our 20's to our 60's and come from a wide range of professions. Most of us are transsexuals, although several of us are crossdressers. Most are married and have kids, and often our wives attend the meetings with us. Those interested simply in meeting/dating TV's or TS's are unwelcome, and nothing of a sexual nature is permitted at any of the meetings. Here are some commonly asked questions:
Will I be scrutinized for how well I dress or pass?
No. We're not running a beauty contest. We range from hardly convincing to completely passing, heavy to thin, tall to short. Some of us dress up, and some dress down. Come however you are comfortable, as long as you walk in the door dressed either completely male or completely female (a rule). For your first meeting, you may want to wear something nice but not particularly sexy or dressy. When you walk in, we won't fall silent and glare at you. We'll be welcoming you. Several of us will walk up, introduce ourselves warmly, and show you around. You'll be among friends.
Do I have to come dressed as a woman?
No. We have private changing rooms (usually restrooms) at most of our meetings that some of our members use to change into their female attire. If you wish, you may bring a change of clothing and decide once you arrive and socialize whether you would feel more comfortable changing. New attendees are given considerable understanding and latitude.
Will I have to reveal my name or other personal information?
No. You can be as open or anonymous as you wish. We've all chosen to adopt femme names and only rarely use last names. You may put your name and address on our mailing list if you wish, so that you can receive this newsletter. If you do so, this information will be kept strictly confidential.
For new member information, contact us here. By now she's heard it all, so nothing you say could possibly surprise her.
All calls are kept strictly confidential. We do not use caller ID and will return your call only at your request. If you are still concerned about caller ID, you can block this function by pressing *67 (or dialing 1167 for rotary/pulse) before the phone number. If you ask us to return your call, we too will block caller ID for your security.
You can also reach us by e-mail at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
All inquiries are kept confidential. You may subscribe to the Crystal Chronicle to keep abreast of upcoming events. It will be mailed to you in a plain, white envelope, bearing only the return address and no markings pertaining to the Crystal Club.
Your membership renewal date is shown after your name on the mailing label. Membership fees paid on months other than January will be prorated to the next January. You may renew either in person or by mail.
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The Crystal Club is a non-profit support group for cross dressers, transsexuals, female impersonators, and other transgender individuals. Spouses and significant others are welcome and are encouraged to participate. Both male-to-female and female-to-male individuals are welcome. Also, members from related organizations, helpful professionals, and approved guests are welcome when cleared through a Crystal Club elected officer. Club policies, meeting dates, locations, and fees are available on request through our address. We will exchange newsletters with any other similar group. For the address please contact us.
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