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Yvetteforfun:
Hi!

I'm traveling to Munich in September and would love to meet some other t-girls for socializing and getting to know a bit about Munich.  Love to have some ideas about fun things to do and see...and of course Oktoberfest...

Any help would be most appreciated...

Cheers,
Yvette

sarah1972:
Uuuh! This sounds like a lot of fun. I have been to the Octoberfest a few years back while working for a Munich company. I am also trying to convince my managers that I need a trip to our Munich offices in September. However I am not sure timing will work since we just had some delays. Maybe October is better anyways, the traditional Octoberfest Dresses will be on sale then and I can add a second one to my collection.

Munich during Octoberfest is incredibly packed (mostly with drunk people).

If you are into hiking, there are plenty of opportunities around Munich. Munich itself offers tons of Museums, I can particularly recommend the Science Museum. I am not too much into Arts but there are many awesome galleries and museums too.

If you are going to get an Octoberfest Dress, just keep the "relationship status" in mind: Bow on the right means in a relationship, on the left means single and in the center means "It's complicated"... Hahaha... Apparently this is still a thing.




That is me in a traditional Octoberfest dress (actually bought in PA but German made) before attending our local Octoberfest in VA...

Unfortunately while I do know a bunch of people in Munich, they are all cis...

Hope someone else replies.

sarah1972:
If you know a bit of German, I could give you information on one of the larger German trans online communities. Maybe you can find someone there. They do have a english part but it is about the same than the international parts here and fairly quiet. Just PM me if you want more information.

Northern Star Girl:
Hello Yvette), I see that you are new here and may have questions and concerns, this is the right place for you to be to find out what others have done that may have been in your circumstances. 
Be aware that there are lots of members here that can identify with the issues that you brought up in your introduction posting. 
 
WELCOME to Susan's Place.  You will find this a safe and friendly place to share with others about your transition and to read about others transitions and their trials, tribulations, and successes in their transition journey. 
It is nice that you have signed up so you can share with others and involve yourself with some give and take with other members.
When frustrated or if you have a successful moment in your journey you can share it here if you wish and receive support from others and offer support to others. ....
 
***It's a very good chance that you might find that you will make some new friends here. 

Please come in and get involved at your own pace.  Be sure to look at the Links that I posted below, there is information about the site that will help you navigate around and best utilize the features here.
Again, Welcome.
Danielle

Here are some links to the site rules and stuff that all new members should be familiar with:

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Northern Star Girl:
@ Yvette:   
Oh, and another thing, be certain  to stop by the Introductions Forum to tell the members here about yourself. 
You will be noticed as a new member and you will receive more interaction from other members here as they will then be aware of your arrival on Susan's Place.

Again, Welcome,
Danielle

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