sexy sissy sexting

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Valentines is a day for love and lovers. A day for flowers, romance, and candy hearts. A day for Cupid, kisses and snuggling galore!
Love is in the air!

 

But how do you communicate to your Superior in this modern age other than on your knees? According to a leading mobile provider, Valentine’s Day is the most popular holiday for text messaging. From February 13th to the 14th, there’s a colossal 33% spike in texting traffic.

 

It’s time to take your sexting game to the next level, sissy!

some sexy sexting ideas!

“Just saw something really hot that made me think of you.”

“What would you like me to wear to bed tonight?”

“Would you like it if i made out with another sissy?”

“This sissy just doesn’t know why, but all she want right now is sex.”

“This sissy dreamt she was your sex slave last night, it was hot — very hot”

“If you can guess what color my panties are, then you get a blow job when you get home.”

sexy sissy shorthand

So if you are not using the Sissify Talk2Me services, it stands to reason that you should brush up on your text messaging shorthand while texting your Superior. Here’s a few popular abbreviations (and a few House specials) to remind you:

XOXOXO [Hugs & Kisses]

4EAE [Forever and ever]

4U [For you]

AML [All my love]

D8 [Date]

FTBOMH [From the bottom of my heart]

GNSD [Good night, sweet dreams]

H2CUS [Hope to see you soon]

ILU [I love you]

IMU [I miss you]

ISLY [I still love you]

IWALU [I will always love you]

KOTC [Kiss on the cheek]

KOTL [Kiss on the lips]

MUSM [Miss you so much]

QT [Cutie]

TOY [Thinking of you]

URH [You are hot]

UW [You’re welcome]

house specials

YSC [You’re so cute!]

JDM [Just do me!]

SOTM [Strap one to me]

IS [I submit]

SM [Spank me]

CISYC [Can I suck your cock]

BMO [Bend me over]

2G2BT [Too good to be true]

TPP [Tucked, plugged and pantied]

More Valentines Day Love

Get Ready for Valentines

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It’s time to start preparing for Valentine’s Day. And no doubt some of you sissy girls have already put up red heart-shaped lights, but some of you may not be feeling the swoon. It shouldn’t be this hard. Valentine’s Day is a celebration of sissy love and, well, you love being a sissy, should find it a total breeze! Yet for some reason, however, the thought of celebrating this holiday has some of you feeling so-so, at best.

As usual the ever resourceful House tells you – How to get in the sissy mood?

Read

To be a sissy, its best to understand your subject thoroughly so impress your Superior with some theoretical insight and read some of the many books on the subject of femdom, submission and Mistresses. What? Did you think we were going to suggest a romance novel?

Personalize

The character from the movie ‘High Fidelity’ made a mix CD every time he got a crush on someone new –  so why not copy the idea and put together your own mix? But be selective with your song choices since the you don’t want your Superior unsure of the message you are trying to send. Avoid tunes like the Kaiser Chiefs’ “Every Day I Love You Less and Less,” and think more along the lines of “The Crying Game” by Boy George,  “Lola” by The Kinks, “Rebel Rebel” by David Bowie or perhaps “Walk On The Wild Side” by Lou Reed.

Candy

We adore the candy aptly called “Love Hearts” or “Conversation Hearts. Some say they taste chalky, but we love ’em. Plus, you can use them for romantic missives. Mail your Superior a “Love heart” that says “Call Me” or if you’re feeling a bit more ballsy “Let’s Kiss” or “Spank Me,” but baby steps, girls. Baby steps. Otherwise you may bite off more than you can chew and find yourself bound into a relationship with no escape. <tee hee>

Give

As a weak and submissive sissy you don’t need a holiday to soften your heart, so why not just share the love? If you’ve any spare dollars after buying your fem clothes and House membership you can donate your hard cash to a multitude of financial Mistresses and Dommes online who would be more than happy to take your money.

Send

In the age of feMails and text messages, we all enjoy getting snail mail every once in awhile. So why not surprise you Superior with a cute sissy card that she will know whos it from as soon as they opens it. Of course if you can’t risk not being discovered you can always sign it “Yours obediently anonymous sissy” and they’ll still know its you.

Behaviour Modifications

As a sissy girl of the House you can never study too hard in becoming your dream princess. When you need to look your best to win the heart of a Mistress, get involved in an Assignment or two and win Her love.

Additional Valentines Day Love

Back to School Sissies

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It’s that time of the year when after such a lovely summers break you have to get back to school – but what should you wear?

Now, we know you girls and your Mistresses like to see you looking suitably attired but many of you struggle with your proper uniform. It doesn’t matter as to your favoured school colours, the issue is the type of school girl you are or want to be. We classify them simply as: Sissy nerd or Sissy slut

schoolgirlsSissy nerd

If you’re the school swot you’re a very good girl and teachers pet. Your only intention is to study hard and get exemplary grades. Boys pay you no interest other than asking for help with their homework. You therefore want minimal distraction so will wear a uniform that is prim and proper and adheres to school guidelines like glue. Knee-length skirts or tunics, long socks and flat shoes are a must. Your underwear will be practical and comfortable, especially since you have absolutely no intention of showing them to anybody. And please sissy nerd – no make-up.

Sissy Slut

If you’re the school whore or slut just think opposites apply. You don’t give a damn about your education, you want to have fun, screw every boy in town and flirt with the teachers like the wild child you are. You want all the boys fantasizing over you and live to tease them heartlessly. Your uniform will break every school rule. You’ll want to wear skimpy panties or thongs, fishnets stockings (preferably ran to show that you’re a rebel). Heels are a must and they need to be sufficiently high so you totter with a suggestive swagger and click loudly on the floor so everyone knows when you arrive. Skirts must be so short they could be confused for a belt, and tops so tight and semi transparent they burst open in a feeble attempt to contain your developing bust.

Simple.

Now source you respective school uniform and get some photos taken so you can impress your House mates with your new school status.

Check into the Behaviour Modification AssignmentsissySex School” for even more information on being everybody’s favorite slut.

Be sure to take the Photo Assignment to ensure you look your best. But for a quick tip. Remember the golden rule – sissy nerds should be pictured on a desk studying, surrounded by books whilst sissy sluts should be bent over a desk being plundered with a que of eager guys awaiting their turn!

Invasion of the Pines

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Invasion of the Pines

While most vanilla folks Fourth of July plans may include a hearty barbecue and some fireworks, something girlish and more spectacular has been going on in Fire Island, off the coast of Long Island, New York, for over 40 years.

“The Invasion of the Pines” is an event in which drag queens, trannies and sissies, and their loving fans come together to declare their independence.
This year’s Homecoming Queen is San Francisco’s Ginger Snap and her theme is Studio 54.
You can expect massive crowds to watch performers don topical and fantastical costumes and, generally, just have a blast.

Invasion of the Pines

Independence Day, 1976: ‘We’ve come to bless the harbor’

1976 Arrival

The First Invasion in 1976

Local lore goes that around May 1976, a drag queen named Teri Warren was denied service at an establishment in a more posh and conservative section of the island because he was in full drag. The owner, John Whyte, it is said, claimed it was a “family restaurant.”
Warren and his friends became more incensed about the incident as time passed. July Fourth was nearing and the United States was preparing for its bicentennial, with hundreds of ships from all over the world coming to New York to celebrate.
Thom Hansen, 63, is also known as the drag queen Panzi.
As a friend of Warren’s, Hansen says he was the “instigator” to take a stand.
On the Fourth that year, Hansen was in his house in the more liberal Grove section of Fire Island celebrating the bicentennial with two women and seven men.
It was then and there that they were inspired to dress in full drag, form their own flotilla on a water taxi and storm the beach in the neighboring community.

“We took the boat into the Pines harbor and we were absolutely terrified,” Hansen says. “We were all gung ho while we were sitting there drinking having a hell of a good time, saying ‘yeah, yeah, let’s go show them’… when we really got there we panicked.”
Except the reception was grand.

As Hansen tells it, their water taxi approached the pier and “like over a thousand people were focused on this little boat we were in.” Eventually someone asked Amelia Migiliaccio, one of the women on board, “What are you doing here?” Panzi replied: “Tell them I’ve come to bless the harbor.”

Hansen was elected Homecoming Queen that first year and the next.

For independence, fun and love

For the second year of the Invasion, the number of main participants grew from nine to 19.
“It was just pure camp, pure fun,” Hansen recalls. “We were celebrating cross-dressing, we were getting our message across and at the same time we were having a good time.”
Susan Kravitz, 73, is a photographer with a background in sociology who has been attending the event on and off since 1985.
 Invasion of the Pines
Kravitz says the Invasion has been important and meaningful to people fighting for their human rights and freedom of expression.
In the book, she highlights the climate during the 1980s and 1990s — the height of the AIDS epidemic — saying it was a time of “so much death” but “the Invasion continued as a time to let go of illness.”
 Invasion of the Pines
Lorraine Michels has been documenting the Invasion since 1994 and also published a book: “The Invasion of the Pines: 40 Years of Fun, Frolic & Fantasy, 1976-2015.”
Michels, whose partner, Joan Van Ness, is the only female Homecoming Queen in the event’s history, describes the “glitz, glam, creativity, pride and excitement” of the day. The “feeling of family, it’s indescribable” she says. This year she plans to dress in white with a sequined red, white and blue vest.
Images from both books show drag queens dressed as Marilyn Monroe, nuns, Dorothy, Liza Minnelli, Cat Woman, Elvis, 1920s flappers, showgirls, Girl Scouts, the Pope and Jacqueline Kennedy.
Justin Johnson, also known as Alyssa Edwards from “RuPaul’s Drag Race,” is a performer who first experienced the Invasion in 2016 and will be hosting a pool party again this year.
Johnson says he only knew he was going to host an event, but when the boat pulled up “it was unbelievable.”
“I think this event is so full of love,” Johnson says.
“It’s an Independence extravaganza encompassed by love.”

Getting political

Hansen (Panzi) says the Invasion is not affiliated with any political party, but that doesn’t mean politics don’t come into play.
Invasion of the Pines
“Although it’s not political in nature, I have over the years been known to make political statements,” Hansen says.

He recalls his favorite costumes from last year being two women dressed as Donald Trump and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie.

What can people expect this year?
*SPOILER ALERT: Hansen’s outfit is getting topical.*
“All of the people who are working to sell the tickets and security will be dressed as Mexicans, and I will be dressed as a Mexican senorita,” he says.

“And my entrance will be breaking through the wall.”

Another gesture the audience will notice is a tribute to Gilbert Baker, the man who designed the rainbow flag.

Baker passed away this year, so Hansen says everyone on the boat will be carrying a rainbow flag to honor his memory.

“When we go into the Pines harbor we’ll all wave it … and we’ll have a moment of silence for him on the dock, so that’s another statement.”Invasion of the Pines

Out at 90!

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A transgender World War II veteran proves it’s never too late to live life truthfully.

Patricia Davies, from Leicestershire, England, didn’t decide to transition into a female until she turned 90 years old.

Davies — born Peter — has known she was a woman since she was just a toddler.

“I’ve known I was transgender since I was 3 years old. I knew a girl called Patricia, and I decided I wanted to be known by that name but it didn’t stick,” Davies told Caters News Agency.

Davies kept her identity a secret for most of her life for fear she would be shunned by her peers or forced to undergo electric shock treatment.

“The atmosphere [around being transgender] was not safe. People did not understand what transgender was,” Davies said.

Davies — who served in the army between April 1945 and 1948 — said coming out as transgender would have categorized her as a homosexual, which wouldn’t have been accepted in the army.

Despite losing friends and cheating death while serving in the armed forces, she says she’s glad she got to have the experience.

“I feel quite proud having served during the war and having done military service, in particular during the trouble in Palestine,” said Davies.

Davies, who married when she was 21, eventually came out to her supportive wife in 1987. Her wife, to whom she was married for 63 years, bought Davies jewelry and dresses that she could wear in private. Sadly, her wife passed away six years ago.

“I was 60 when it all came pouring out to my wife, she was very sympathetic and helped me all the way, but we agreed to keep it quiet,” said Davies, who first learned about transgender identity from a TV show sometime in the 1970s.

When Davies first came out to her wife, she decided to wear high heels but was deterred when teenagers saw her and threw eggs at her window.

Now a nonagenarian, Davies has begun taking estrogen to move her transition forward and has come out to her community.

“It feels like a weight has been lifted off my shoulders. I was living a lie,” she told Caters.

“I have been keeping quiet. I have slowly started to tell some of my neighbors. Everybody said, ‘Don’t worry, as long as you’re happy,’” she added.

Patricia was inspired to make the big change from male to female after seeing the romantic comedy film “Boy Meets Girl,” which features transgender characters.

Now that transgender people are portrayed often in film and on TV, Davies feels more comfortable being herself.

“It’s not 100 percent safe now but it’s much better than it was. People that I have told seem to be very accommodating and haven’t thrown abuse at me,” she said.

“I joined the Women’s Institute. I socialize with them and have a natter [long chat]. I’m having a great time. I have a new lease on life,” she added.

An Artist and Her ‘Beautiful Boy’

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In their intimate portraits, the photographer Lissa Rivera and her partner, BJ Lillis, are building their own fantasy world.

On a long subway ride three years ago, BJ Lillis decided to share something with his friend and co-worker, Lissa Rivera. Mr. Lillis, who describes himself as genderqueer, told her that he had spent most of his college years dressing, full-time, in women’s clothing.

But in the professional world, he’d lost his confidence. To help him regain it, she offered to take his photograph.

Mr. Lillis had never really seen himself, dressed as he wished, in a carefully made portrait.

“So much of identity is constructed from looking at pictures,” Ms. Rivera said in a recent interview. “Looking at photographs and looking at a film can really change who you are.”

The two have made dozens of images since, in a project called “Beautiful Boy.” An exhibition of the same name opens June 1 at the ClampArt gallery in Chelsea.

The first test images were shot in 2014 in Ms. Rivera’s apartment. She posed on her own, swathed in fabric from a neighborhood store, before posing Mr. Lillis.


“When we took the first photo,” Mr. Lillis said, “I felt like I’d never had my photo taken before.”

That impromptu portrait session stirred something between the two of them. Over the following months they became a couple. And when they returned to the project, they brought the energy of a new relationship to it.

“There’s a real kind of honeymoon period that people have mentioned in the earliest pictures,” Ms. Rivera said. You can see as much in “Boudoir,” from 2015, in which her hand appears, disembodied but tender, brushing Mr. Lillis’s hair.


The portraits borrow from early 20th-century fashion photography and classic cinema, where elegance can blend with the surreal. Ms. Rivera cites the early Vogue photographer Cecil Beaton as one of many influences.

The couple did as many as four shoots a week in their spare time. Some were tightly composed interiors, with props and costumes chosen by Ms. Rivera.

In another 2015 image, “Mirror With Jewels,” Mr. Lillis is reflected in a vintage makeup mirror, its frame draped with beads and jewelry, elements that help code his visage as feminine. But an almost imperceptible wave in the glass slightly exaggerates half of his face, making him appear less symmetrical than he is.


The image exposes an intimate moment between the artist and her subject. Ms. Rivera designed the image, but Mr. Lillis’s direct expression makes it connect with the viewer.

“The work really gives permission for women to look at women and for men to look at men,” Ms. Rivera said, “and for people to be nothing or anything or everything.”

They began to travel with the project in mind, finding more locations in Virginia, California and Italy, among other places. Ms. Rivera scoured hotel and Airbnb listings for the right kind of moody spaces. The images also grew larger in scale, taking in whole rooms and connecting Mr. Lillis’s poses to the setting, implying a narrative.


In “Motel, Virginia II,” Ms. Rivera wanted to call up the intrigue of a Hitchcock film, with the gathered tension in Mr. Lillis’s erect posture and his gaze — anxious or expectant? — out of the window.

For Ms. Rivera, working with her romantic partner was a revelation. “This is what Cassavetes and Fellini and Bergman must have felt like,” she said.

In other works, Ms. Rivera sought out locations with just the right atmosphere, places that tend to be at once glamorous and desolate.

Inhabiting these places is important in shaping her photographs, she said, “trying to imagine what it was like to be a woman during the time when these spaces were new. “

But Mr. Lillis is always at the center. He is often dressed gracefully, sometimes nude and always vulnerable.


In the most luxuriant images, Mr. Lillis’s expression is often pensive, with a tinge of sadness. The melancholy, he said, comes from “thinking about the reality of gender and different roles that people have been stuck in.”

But in surrendering his likeness to his partner, Mr. Lillis also found a path toward liberation. “I’m being myself in every one of these photos,” he said.


After three years of work, he added, the photographs could be seen as “an autobiography of our fantasies.”

“Our relationship was in some ways created out of taking these photographs,” Mr. Lillis said, “and the photographs were created out of our relationship.”

“Beautiful Boy” runs June 1 to July 15 at ClampArt, 247 West 29th Street, Chelsea; clampart.com. Lissa Rivera and BJ Lillis will give a gallery talk there on June 10 at 3 p.m.; they will also appear at the Mid-Manhattan Library on June 22.


Foot Worship For Sissies

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Shoes of Worship

When was the last time you stooped so low to care for your Goddesses’ feet?

Being a Dominant Woman in the workplace – many of Us wear Our best power pumps as We click Our heels down the halls, keeping an eye on Our pathetic interns. Many miles are put in Our heels, and by the end of the day – Our feet need love. Your love!

Be honest with yourself and if not within the last seven days, hitch your skirt high. get on your nylon covered knees, bow low – and show your Superior how much you really care.

Serve at My Feet Sissy Fool

Looking after your Superiors feet is not as straightforward as you may imagine and to do a job deserving of any praise you must master the art of foot massage, pedicure and foot worship like a pro.

Only then, when at your Mistresses feet will you be able to view the infinite height of Femininity which you hope to ever reach.

So come on girls – stop dreaming and get to work. This type of work is right up your alley.

Start by completing the three-fold Foot Worship assignment in our ‘Place & Worship’ area under ‘Behaviour Modification Assignments’ then set to work.

When adequately prepared wear your best panties and a suitably short sissy maids dress and grovel low at Her feet. Then devote yourself mind, body, and spirit to your servitude and she might, if you do an exemplary job, befitting your lowly status, allow you to lick her lovely toes.

Study hard girls, write those reports and submit some glorious photographic evidence of your compliance! And prepare to be graded! We are watching you!

You need a Tramp Stamp!

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Tramp Stamp
“Tattoo on the lower back? Might as well be a bull’s-eye.”

The British call it a “slag tag,” and the Germans call it “ass antlers.” Why should a sissy get a tramp stamp? Because you are a fuckslut, and you know it and everyone else should know it too. You’ve trained hard, and you want to show the top riding your ass that you care about them – that you even want to entertain them!

It can also be used to offer a sneek peek under your panties to show the world your true intentions of taking the whole world to bed!

 

This one screams “Ride me like the slut I am!”

 

Say it like it is, in celtic!

“The bigger the stamp, the bigger the tramp.”

The true Tramp Stamp!

 

Pink hearts

Pink hearts – Our favorite kind!

 

Here's a sexy one!

Here’s a sexy one!

 

Are you a dirty girl?

Are you a dirty girl?

 

Nice and positive

Now that’s nice and positive!

 

Cherry bomb!

Cherry bomb!

 

Believe in anal

Not sure what paul has to do with it, but We believe in anal!

 

That's straight to the point!

That’s straight to the point!

 

Trained by The House of Sissify

Our recommendation for all of Our girls!

 

You need to go to London. Now.

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Style Me Quirky
There I was, flipping through photos of the girls on FaceTube. Looking for that perfect face that might just make Our next Princess on Parade – when I ran into Poppy Cox at Style Me Quirky. A London UK dressing service and photography studio.

Style Me QuirkyStyle Me QuirkyI was so excited about the quirkiness of this photo I had seen, I reached out to Poppy and he started telling Me about all the “damn exploitation happening to the community“, thinking that I, Ms. Stewart – the well known WebMistress of the House of Sissify was in fact one of the newbie websites copying Our content and offering the world to girls, often to just sell them some phone sex time. <sigh> “Oh. Do tell more” I thought as I played along enough for him to indulge me with all of his thoughts. It was an earful, but it was brutally honest and frank, and I must say – an opinion on the internet state of affairs shared by Myself and the Staff of the House! He was an advocate to Our girls and community!  I could never have learned the sincerity of Poppy without this mishap, however embarrassing it was.

After his dressing down – I politely stated.. “I think you have Me and the House confused with some other website… We’ve been online since 1997….”

Oh My God. Next email fired back so fast!

He gushed! After a bunch of apologies and laughs, realizing he too was a member of the House of Sissify, We hit it off and were giddy with how Our intention and calling were aligned. The House of Sissify trains sissies. Style Me Quirky dresses and photograph sissies. Brilliant!

Style Me Quirky is a transformation studio in London that takes you for a walk on the wild side of crossdressing. And it shows by their photo sets! The antithesis of standard dressing services, Style Me Quirky appeals to your inner diva big-time. And whats more, they LOVE sissies and sissy babies! Get comfy in your frilliest frock and read on about their fantasy makeover photo shoots!

Poppy Cox

Poppy Cox

Set up and run by trans founder Pops (AKA Popcox or Poppy Cox) and his team, Style Me Quirky create makeovers that are special, exciting, unusual. Who wants to go to all the effort of dressing up to feel ordinary? Not Our girls!

If you want to be the plain-Jane girl next door, Style Me Quirky probably isn’t for you. But if you want to be a glamour girl show-stopper it may just be time to start saving for your ticket to London!

Poppy tells us, “When I first started up I pushed the sissy look as its one of many personal favourite looks and recognised it was a popular style among the community. I did a few really cute fun shoots with some sissy girls in the early days and had an adorable sissy baby girl along, I still love those photos as I think she looks so cute and innocent! I sourced and collected more sissy dresses over time and now I have a pretty big sissy collection of sissy clothes ready to be flounced around in!”

How perfect for your submission for Princess on Parade! And you know how We love beautiful photos of you!

“It’s wonderful the House of Sissify got in touch, I genuinely hope we find a few sissies who want the cutest, frilliest adorable makeovers imaginable. From sissy girls to sissy baby girls and beyond, Style Me Quirky warmly welcomes you all with balloons and teddy bears waiting! “

 

Life is short. Live a life more Quirky.

Easter DressStyle Me Quirky are a truly bespoke dressing service and are unique in their in-depth consultation and personal service from the moment you book. No turning up, having a makeover and just picking some random clothes to try on; they take your measurements and work with you to build your own picture board of styles and looks you’ve always dreamed of. From there they painstakingly pick and source outfits especially for you from their own expansive stock of outfits as well as purchases, hires and loans from various shops, contacts and costumiers they work with. By the time you arrive you have your own rail of carefully and creatively styled outfits especially to suit your tastes and of course your body shape and size.

The professional makeovers are different every time – no ‘one look suits all’ and are especially developed around your style board bringing your dream looks to life while being complimentary to your face shape.

Style Me Quirky pride themselves in their distinct photography style and service too. A fully professional photo shoot with Pops or one of his several professional photographers, its not the same old sofa in every shot or a plain background, they use props, build sets and even take you out on location for that special added excitement and drama. Not only do you get the perfect shots, you get Pops’ overflowing enthusiasm and wealth of experience modelling to help you with your deportment and posing so you can go from wooden scarecrow to cover girl poses in minutes!

Putting the unique personal service to one side, the thing that really makes Style Me Quirky stand out is just how much Pops and his team care and enjoy their work giving you the time of your life dressed en femme. Its not just a job to Pops, he genuinely believes you deserve better and he’s created something to make you feel as special on the outside as your do on the inside.

And that my dear is why you should get your photo shoot done in London.  Seriously.