One of my favourite gowns - and everyone else's too. Everytime I wear this gown somewhere I receive compliments. It looks absolutely stunning and is FREE at Jazmyn D.
Monday, 30 May 2011
Last night (Sunday) I went to Regents Park to watch the moped racing. After that, there was a celebrity photo quiz in the Star & Garter pub in the West End. It was quite a miserable night due to the rain(!). I did okay in the quiz and then we all settled down for film night. I had a totally fantastic time and can't wait for the next one.
Sunday, 29 May 2011
Saturday, 28 May 2011
One of my favourite places to hangout and dance in Second Life. Madame Lala's London Revue is a fun place for everyone regards of gender or orientation.
Some of the 'performers' I have had the pleasure to witness there are Tina Turner and Tom Jones.
There are themed and special events as well as the guest performers.
The dancing 'girls' are awesome and there is always a great atmosphere. Madame Lala is truly special too.
Wednesday, 25 May 2011
For the most part, Bailey is a female avatar in the virtual world of Second Life. Very occasionally Bailey becomes a male avatar, albeit an odd one as I do not change body shape other than flattening down the boobs.
The person behind Bailey is an English gay guy.
So those few short lines take care of the who - on to the why.
I chose to be a female in Second Life as a change. Bailey is not my first excursion in to Second Life and I have used a number of avatars in the past, usually male ones but some fantasy avatars too such as a dragon. There is a wide array of avatars available inworld and you can combine bits to create whatever you want. I suppose I am using Bailey to explore my feminine side and 'play dressing up'.
By being honest about my real life gender and sexual orientation, I have felt liberated. People read my profile inworld and there are none of the usual "Do you want to have sex?" questions. I have been asked why I don't just keep quiet about it. My answer is that I am not ashamed of who I am or how I wish to appear, I am not looking for cybersex nor a relationship and I do not wish to become involved in the lives of others only to turn them upside down after forming a bond.
Many men have female avatars. Many women have make avatars. The difference between them and me is that I am prepared to stand up and admit it. If you don't like, you need never associate with me in any way - it is a big grid.
- Bailey Saxmundham
- Hi, my name is Bailey and I am an avatar in Second Life. Although my avatar is predominantly female in Second Life, I am a gay male in real life. I choose to be female most of the time and don't see it as a big deal in a virtual world where so many people are furries, werewolves and inanimate objects. It is all fantasy. This blog is about me, the places I go, the clothes I wear, the people I meet, etc.
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