चांदी की पायल


कृपया ऊपर दिए हुए स्टार रेटिंग का उपयोग कर कहानी को रेट करे!

संपादक के विचार: हम नहीं चाहते कि इस कहानी को पढ़कर पाठक समझे कि क्रॉसड्रेसर कहीं से भी किसी भी पुरुष या स्त्री से कमतर है.

नोट: हम क्रॉसड्रेसर की ज़िन्दगी भी बड़ी अजीब होती है. एक तरफ तो हम एक औरत के रूप में दुल्हन की तरह सजने और एक हाउसवाइफ की तरह ज़िन्दगी बिताने के सपने देखती है, और दूसरी तरफ जब सचमुच किसी की पत्नी बनने का सवाल आता है, तो मन में एक झिझक होती है. मन में कई सवाल आते है. ये दुविधा न होती यदि हम तन से औरतें होती, काश…! इसी दुविधा को उकेरने के लिए कई पाठको ने हमें मेसेज भेजे. संयोग से Minal Minu जो कि खुद एक cd admirer है, उन्होंने हमें यह कहानी लिख भेजी जो इन्ही भावनाओं पर आधारित है. तो पढ़ कर हमें बताये क्या आप भी इस कहानी की कोयल की तरह महसूस करती है?

अनुपमा त्रिवेदी

दोस्तों ये दास्तान उस मज़बूरी में छुपी हुई एक औरत की है जो पूरी तरह से औरत तो बनना नहीं चाहती पर उस एहसास को सिर्फ औरत के कपडे पहनने तक सीमित नहीं रखना चाहती! उसको हर उस एहसास से गुजरने का मन होता है जिससे एक स्त्री रोजमर्रा की जिंदगी में गुजरती है। उसे गर्लफ्रेंड भी बनना है…स्कूल गर्ल भी। उसे नर्स भी बनना है और दुल्हन भी। उसे सजते समय कोई कमी भी नही चाहिए। उसे दुल्हन भी बनना है और प्रेग्नेंट होने का एहसास भी चाहिए। उसे भाभी भी बनना है और एक बच्चे को गोद में दूध भी पिलाने का मन है…… ये जो यहाँ वहा घूमता हुआ एक पुरुष के अंदर बैठी नारी का मन है उसी की किस्सा गोई है। काश कि जितना मन करता है उस औरत का, उसका दशांश भी संभव हो पाता! आशा है कि कोयल और मानस की कहानी आपको अच्छी लगेगी|

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Expression Challenge #4 Response


Expression Challenge #4 Response

Hi Ladies, we are so happy to bring all your beautiful responses you submitted for Expression Challenge #4 for the above picture. It was really fun to read all your responses. Read all your beautiful submissions below. (You can find all our past challenges here!)

Congratulations Kritika, Ramya Crossy, Puneri Priyanka and Sharma Asha Sangeeta. Your entries have been selected as editor’s choice!

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Varsha: Anniversary


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“Promise me”, Aruna asked me promise not to do one thing I held to close to my heart. “Promise me. What ever happened in the past stays in the past”, she wanted me to stop my crossdressing after marriage. “Whatever happened, will never happen”, I promised as I did not want to lose her. Continue reading “Varsha: Anniversary”

Varsha: Wedding


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June 10, the day I will never forget. It was this day, my college got officially over. When the clock struck 1pm, we handed our theory answer sheets and left the exam hall with heavy heart. I saw my friends hugging each other for one last time. We knew it was a part of our life, but our heart refused to accept it. After emotionally draining last moments with my friends, I vacated my room. Continue reading “Varsha: Wedding”

Varsha: A secret trip


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“CHAMAYAVILAKKU?”, I enquired him about what it meant. Excited by my curiosity, Amrith quickly pulled up a chair and explained that the festival is where men dress like women to offer prayers to goddess and how it has been safe haven for cds like us to enjoy our femininity in public without any fear. I was very intrigued by his prospect, but the fear of exposing me in public gripped my heart. My previous experience in public with my sister flashed before me and made my stomach churn. “Sorry man. It’s too risky for me”, I tried my level best to avoid the travel. “Believe me dude, I can guarantee it will be the best days of your life. Trust me”, Amrith threw his usual tantrums and somehow brainwashed me to accept it. Continue reading “Varsha: A secret trip”

Varsha: A new friend


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“Is it wrong?” I questioned my sister the next day, after our mother slept. My question was met with silence. “Please answer me, is it wrong for me to dress?” still I received no reply from her. She quickly opened her laptop and began typing “crossdresser” in google search. She opened a wiki page and passed her laptop to me. I began to read the wiki thoroughly and returned it back. “You know what It means right?”, she questioned my new knowledge. I nodded still looking at the page. “See.”, she began. “You are just a guy who likes to wear girl’s clothes. That’s it. There is nothing wrong in it”, she explained. “There are many people like you in this world and don’t even think any other thoughts in your mind” she continued. Continue reading “Varsha: A new friend”

Varsha: Sister’s surprise


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My sister finally caught a whiff of what I was trying to achieve. But, wanting to confirm more, she once again challenged me in a badminton duel and won. Losing interest, I rushed back inside without waiting for her. “You did not hear my wish”, her words fell on my deaf ears. After dinner, she took me outside for a walk. “You did not hear my wish”, she repeated again. “Sorry…what is it?” I asked without even looking at her. “I want to dr…”, she began again. “Yeah, I know. You want to drive scooty”, I completed her sentence. “No, I want to dress you in saree”, her words threw me off. Even though, I was happy to hear her words. But suspecting foul play, I rejected her idea as rubbish. Continue reading “Varsha: Sister’s surprise”