REPORTS PUBLISHED IN PREVIOUS TRANNY GUIDES
by Monica Dreamgirl
& Laura at Fun4Two
and The Working Girls
October I enjoyed a visit by three friends from England.
Louise Wood, who had her
profile in last year's Tranny Guide, contacted me after
having read my profile to see if we could meet
so on a dreadfully cold Friday night in October Louise,
her friends Zara and Jo, with my friends Jun, Natasha
and Renate and myself set out for a night in Amsterdam.
Louise, Zara and Jo had
already spent the day shopping and we all arrived quite
late because we had to get dressed en femme and drive
to Amsterdam after work. When we joined them we started
with supper at THE SAOW Thai
Café, then continued to dragbar DE
LELLEBEL. Both places were packed, but
we had a good time. After an hour or so at De Lellebel
we continued to Club ‘IT’,
which is just around the corner and has recently re-introduced
tranny-friendly nights. (look out for their "Golddiggers"
theme nights) Because we were trannies we all got in for
free, but it may also have had something to do with the
fact that there was hardly anybody there. We had a good
time regardless. By 2.00 a.m. Louise, Jo and Zara went
back to the apartment they'd rented (they'd been in their
heels for over twelve hours by that time) and we all said
anyone else needs a guide on a visit to Amsterdam or The
Hague just send me an e-mail. If I can't be there I can
almost always find someone else who'll be happy to do
year saw the birth of yet another new party for the T-scene,
THE KITTEN CLUB, organised by ‘Travestie.org’
and dragbar De Lellebel. It was held in
March and November in the 'PALACE' discotheque
in Amsterdam just around the corner from DE LELLEBEL and
attracted around 60 people each night, which made for
a busy place. Entertainment was provided by illustrious
scene-queens such as ‘Saphira’ aka the Dutch Tina Turner,
‘MayDay’, ‘Sugi’ ‘LaRi’, ‘Felicia Six’, the ‘Chicks with
Dicks’, ‘The Working Girls’ who are currently the top
in tranny-entertainment, and it's always a real pleasure
to watch their shows. Every one partied until the early
morning. I've noticing more and more trannies are bringing
their wives/girlfriends to these parties. They are good
occasions to show off clothes, wigs and style, not just
for the tranny, but for the partner too.
In November I was with
three friends, and we'd decided we wanted to have supper
in a good restaurant, but because one of us couldn't get
away from the children early enough we ended up with only
just enough time to grab a bite at a Burger King. Bad
for the calorie-count, but good for everyone's confidence.
None of us had ventured into the neon glare of a fast
food restaurant before while en femme, and though we didn't
pass, we all felt good enough to return the stares we
received with friendly smiles. After this boost to our
confidence the party felt all the better.
May 2003 Amsterdam hosted the second International
Transgender Film festival (the first was in 2001).
The festival was held at ‘DE BALIE’, a venue
just off the popular Leidseplein, it ran for five days
and showed a host of short and long films and documentaries.
The opening film was 'Georgie
Girl', a well made documentary on the extraordinary life
of Georgina Beyer, the worlds first ever transsexual MP
who holds a seat for Labour in the parliament of New-Zealand
The theme of the festival was 'Transmasculinities" and
so a fair number of the films on offer were about FtM-transsexuals,
which was interesting because that's a side of the T-scene
one doesn't usually encounter. Seeing and meeting FtM's
was an enriching experience.
the funniest film about FtM's was 'Unhung heroes', in
which five 'guys' dream about how they're going to come
up with the quarter of a million dollars each needs for
One night was drag-queen
night, and showing were 'Wigstock', the documentary on
the drag-festival that took place in New York during the
1980's & 1990's, and 'Trash', the film that made Holly
Woodlawn famous before Lou Reed immortalised her in his
song 'Walk on the Wildside'. Holly Woodlawn, Wigstock-organiser
Lady Bunny and Wigstock film-director Barry Shills were
all present to light up the festival with there dazzling
personalities. Shills is presently working on a documentary
on the life of Holly Woodlawn, and the festival-visitors
were lucky enough to be shown a 25-minute preview of the
film so far. Judging by that preview the entire film is
going to be an absolute must-see.
films included "Gaudi afternoon" by director Susan Seidelmann
(Desperately seeking Susan), based on a novel by Barbara
Wilson, "Mutti, der film" (Mommy, the film), an over the
top comedy starring two drag-queens from the Berlin scene
and the Norwegian documentary "All about my father", in
which the director portrays his tranny father and the
effect his father's openness, about his Transvestism,
has had on their family. Most of the films on offer were
mainstream enough to be shown on television, and one can
only hope that they will be shown.
The audience for most films
was a good mix of tranny boys and girls and genetic men
and women. The festival also included a party on the Saturday-night
where the music was provided by an all-butch rock band
and a tranny DJ.
I didn't just go to the films; I also went shopping in
Amsterdam, which was another good experience. I found
friendly service in every shop I went into, and encountered
no problems on the streets. The thing is, in the part
of the city-centre surrounding the film-venue at least
half of the people are tourists, and they seem to consider
seeing a tranny just another part of their Amsterdam-experience.
The first weekend in August,
Amsterdam played host to Gay Pride, which has become a
four day event full of lectures, forum-discussions, parties
and on Saturday the Canal Parade, which attracts gay and
transgendered people from all over Europe and spectators
from all over the country. Under a blistering sun characteristic
of last year's summer 85 boats and floats sailed the Amsterdam
canals under the watchful eyes of several hundreds of
thousands of people. I went with a small group of friends
to admire and be admired, and we had a great day. We followed
the parade for a while and then continued on our own little
parade which ended at a friendly pub ‘DE
GIJS’. We ended up being the focal point
of another annual event. ‘De Gijs’ is visited each year
by a group of costumers of a pub in a tiny village north
of Amsterdam. Once each year, the owner of this pub sends
a coach load of his regulars to Amsterdam to visit ‘De
Gijs’. These people have never before seen a tranny (unless
they went on the trip before), and so are full of misconceptions
and questions, and they are all very eager to learn about
us and drink with us, which definitely makes for a fun
filled afternoon for all involved.
year Travestielounge ‘MARIPOSA’ moved to
new premises, closer to the centre of Amsterdam and in
a much nicer, very stylish old house. They now have a
shop on the ground floor where they sell an exclusive
line of Polish clothing called ‘Hexeline’ and the lounge
on the first floor. The place was officially opened on
the last Saturday of November with a small get together
for all the members and other regulars. Two weeks earlier
Mary & Ilse had opened the doors to the neighbourhood,
to explain what goes on in the first floor lounge. The
responses from the neighbours were invariably accepting.
In the old neighbourhood the taunts and harassments from
the local Morroccan community towards the owners and the
customers had become unbearable, up to the point were
it became almost impossible to leave without being verbally
abused. This is very disconcerting, especially if you're
just coming out of the closet. Talking to the elders of
the community only proved a short term solution, and so
the decision was made to leave.
In the profile I wrote
for last year's Guide I said I was considering laser-treatment
to get rid of my beard. I have since started undergoing
the treatment, although I'm not quite sure whether 'treatment'
is the right word. Torture is more like it. Even with
the machine at a low intensity it still feels like my
chin is being assaulted by a mad accupuncturist. My skin
reacts quite violently, taking more than two weeks to
recover and lose the red rashes and pimples. Nevertheless
the effect on the hairs is almost immediately visible
too. So I suppose I'll continue. Beauty requires suffering,
right? In the listings I've given short descriptions of
addresses which I've already mentioned in previous years
to make room for new shops and services. I couldn't have
made this update without the help of Conny, Chris, Laura,
Renate, Ayla, Jun, Natasha, Sonja & Paula. I know this
list is far from complete. So if you have visited The
Netherlands or if you are Dutch and you feel you have
something to contribute or If you are planning a visit
and you need advice or a guide drop me a line at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
a wonderful year and be fabulous,
as you all know, is a real treat. The more I do it the
more I discover how easy it is.
One of the reasons the
following listings I put together does not contain any
of the large chains of shops is that at most of these
places shopping as a tranny, or as a man shopping for
feminine stuff, is simply not a problem.
a man I have bought underwear, tights, skirts, handbags,
a hat and jewellery at branches of C&A, H&M, V&D,
M&S and P&C, as a tranny I've been to branches
of the HEMA, the BIJENKORF, DOUGLAS, BRISTOL and
SCAPINO for lingerie, perfume and shoes and I
have yet to meet the first unwilling or unpleasant shop
assistant. Admittedly all these shops were in one of the
major cities. Things may be different in rural areas.
Then again, they may not. Why not find out for yourself?
Getting 'dressed' is a
lot more fun if you actually have somewhere to go to.
Not every chain is as well represented as the other, for
instance the Bijenkorf has only eight department stores,
and HEMA has more than two hundred, but there's always
one of them near you. If you don’t have the nerve or the
time to spend an afternoon or two shopping at your high
street favourites, mail-order companies are the perfect
solution. There are five major ones for clothes, all of
which are originally German, and one for make-up, which
is French. All publish catalogues and websites (in Dutch).
+31-(0)10-447 9800. mail: Klingel, Postbus 499, 3000 AL,
Rotterdam. www.klingel.nl. Not for the young and wild,
but for anyone past their teens with a taste for style.
Best feature: They’re the first mail-order company to
have discovered that a lot of girls have big feet. Most
of their shoe-collection now goes up to size euro 43 (UK
10), some of it to 46 (UK 13).
024. mail: Neckermann, Antwoordnummer 8022, 4530 RB, Terneuzen.
www.neckermann.com. Everyday fashion. Nothing too fancy,
just practical clothing. Also: furniture, curtains, household
appliances, electronic equipment and computers. Best feature:
slightly cheaper than the others.
+31-(0)13-4666 666. mail: Otto, t.a.v. Carla Depman, Antwoordnummer
5000, 5005 AA, Tilburg. www.otto.nl. For all ages, tastes
and budgets. Best feature: the ‘Exclusive’ collection,
which consists of a wide range of fashion to die for.
It will make you look smashing. Very nice, very feminine
and very much worth the extra money. On the down side:
most of their shoes available in max. size euro 41 or
42 (UK 8 or 9).
4264 (orders) or 426 4364 (info). Mail: Meeuwenlaan 2,
8011 BZ, Zwolle. Website: www.wehkamp.nl. Much like Neckermann,
nothing spectacular but all very affordable.
+31-(0)115-626 466, fax +31-(0)115-626 490. Mail: Postbus
186, 4560 AD, Hulst. Website: www.quelle.nl. Affordable
everyday fashion, again much like Neckermann and in fact
sometimes overlapping with Neckermann in clothing brands.
YVES ROCHER +31-(0)35-609
1122, fax +31-(0)35-609 1101. Nieuwegracht 4, 3763 LA,
Soest. www.yvesrocher.nl. Wide range of make-up and perfumes.
Their foundation and powder are good enough to cover a
beard shadow and their lipstick and nail-varnish are easy
to remove. Best feature: monthly special offers which
allow you to buy expensive stuff at half price. On the
down side: the nail-varnish tends to chip off a little
KONTAKTGROEP TRAVESTIE & TRANSSEKSUALITEIT (LKG T&T).
Postbus 11571, 1001 GN, Amsterdam. +31-(0)6-2543 5865.
E-mail: email@example.com. www.lkgtent.nl. National support
group run by TVs & TSs. If you’re looking for advice,
a listening ear or a safe night out they offer it all.
The people behind the group have all ‘been there’ themselves.
The group publishes a bi-monthly magazine in Dutch for
members called ‘Transformatie’. Monthly meetings (all
from 8 pm. onwards, except Middelburg which is from 9
pm) in the following cities: Amsterdam, 1st wed. +31-(0)6-1008
6671 (call between 4 & 6 pm); Eindhoven, 1st sat. +31-(0)40-286
9404 or 251 8144; Groningen, 4th wed. +31-(0)50-526 2481,
Hengelo 4th Sat 31(0)622383820, Hoorn, 3rd wed. +31-(0)20-512
3210; Middelburg, 2nd fri. +31-(0)118-612 280; Rotterdam,
2nd sat +31-(0)10-420 5055; Nieuwegein, 3rd sat. +31-(0)348-564
318. For directions to the venues, phone the appropriate
numbers. Eindhoven is the busiest night with a regular
crowd of up to 80 people. The meeting in Amsterdam is
held in a pub, all the others are in community-centres
or an otherwise closed environment. Last year I mentioned
the group was thinking of changing it's name, but in the
end they didn't.
MARIPOSA TRAVESTIE LOUNGE
& SHOP Cornelis Krusemanstraat 9, Amsterdam. +31-(0)20-667
0345, mobile +31-(0)6-1140 1498. www.travestie.tv. Ask
for: Mary or Ilse. Mariposa has moved! Mary & Ilse have
taken their business to a new address closer to the city-centre,
where they will concentrate on selling clothes in their
new shop called First View. They are the sole importers
of a classy fashion range called Hexeline. The shop is
open tuesday's till saturdays from 10 a.m. onwards. The
tranny-lounge has the same opening-hours but only for
members. Non-members are welcome on thursdays and saturdays,
with the last saturday of the month traditionally being
the longest and busiest night. There is a door-charge
for the lounge. The new place is quite close to Amsterdam's
most famous shopping-street, the P.C. Hooftstraat. It's
fairly easy to find a parking space in the area. Paid
parking until 7 p.m. From the Central Station take tram
16 to stop 'Valeriusplein'.
Postbus 150, 3640 AD, Mijdrecht. +31-(0)348-692 045 or
+31-(0)6-3014 6166. www.travisage.nl. Ask for: Ad or Truus.
Dressing-service and tranny-shop run by a cross-dresser
and his wife. This is a trusted and trustworthy place
if you're taking your first steps in the outside world.
They stock all the necessary goodies and they will gladly
help you achieve the look you want. Visits by appointment
DE LELLEBEL Utrechtsestraat
4, 1017 VN, Amsterdam. +31-(0)20-427 5139. Just off the
Rembrandtplein, in the middle of the city centre. This
is the country’s only tranny pub. Attracts trannies and
admirers. Entertainment by their resident stars Desiree
dello Stiletto, Esther van Cartier, Sugi LaRi, Felicia
Six and others. It's small, but it's a good and safe place.
Parking in the area is a disaster. It's best to leave
your car at the city hall (Stopera) parking, which is
less than ten minutes away in heels.
DE GIJS Lindengracht
249, 1015 KH, Amsterdam. +31-(0)20-638 0740. This is a
typical neighbourhood pub in the area of the city centre
called the Jordaan. It’s named after it’s friendly owner,
Gijs, who wants his pub to be a place where people of
all genders can meet and learn to understand each other.
This is where the local branch of the national support
group LKG T&T meets every 1st Wednesday, but you’re welcome
to visit every other day of the month. Upstairs is a small
changing room where you can leave your bag if you’re going
into town. Use of the room is free, but call in advance
to announce your arrival and please be polite enough to
spend a few euros and leave a big tip as a ‘thank you’.
342, 1015 KN, Amsterdam. +31-(0)20-627 1188. Mexican restaurant
opposite De Gijs. The local LKG T&T group sometimes have
their supper here before their Wednesday-night meeting,
so the staff are used to trannies. They serve decent food
at decent prices and you can usually show up without a
reservation, although on Fridays and Saturdays it’s better
to be safe than sorry.
SLUISJE Torensteeg 1, Amsterdam,
+31-(0)20-624 0813. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, www.sluisje.nl.
Small pub/restaurant with tranny waitresses and entertainers
in the heart of the city. Nice place with good food which
is very welcoming of tranny costumers. It's very popular
so reservations made at least a week in advance are very
necessary, certainly if you want a table at their nine
o'clock seating. You can only reserve by phone and you
can only pay in cash. The menu can be viewed on the website,
which is also in English. If you're in Amsterdam this
place is definitely worth a visit.
SAOW THAI CAFE Oudezijds
Achterburgwal 160, Amsterdam. +31-(0)20-422 3023. Small
cafeteria-type restaurant in the red light district where
all the staff are Thai 'katoi'. After supper they change
their waitresses-dresses for show-costumes and do a lip-sync-show
of about an hour. The food is good and cheap. Get there
by taxi, as the red light district is not a completely
safe place for a woman on foot, alone or in a group. (Unless
you want to find out your 'street value'.)
The famous make-up brand now has three sales counters
in the Netherlands, at the department-stores of De Bijenkorf
in Amsterdam (Dam 1, +31-(20)-625 6006), Rotterdam (Coolsingel
105, +31-(0)10-282 3700, ask for the MAC-counter) and
Maastricht (Achter het vleeshuis 26, +31-(0)43-3285800,
ask for the MAC-counter). They sell the whole range of
MAC-products and do on the spot make-overs.
STRAVERS LUXE SCHOENEN
Main branche: Slotermeerlaan 117a, 1063 JN, Amsterdam.
+31-(0)20-613 5285. Also at: Overtoom 139, 1054 HG, Amsterdam.
+31-(0)20-616 9973. website: www.stravers-shoes.com. Shoe-shop
with a wide range of ladies shoes in sizes up to euro
47. The staff are used to trannies They are very friendly
Main branch: Van Woustraat 50, 1073 LM, Amsterdam. +31-(0)20-671
9375. Also at: Utrechtsestraat 47, Amsterdam. website:
www.cynthelle.nl, e-mail: email@example.com. Shop which
sells cosmetics and affordable wigs and is welcoming to
Gedempte Gracht 603, 2512 AM, Den Haag. +31-(0)70-363
0650. Tranny friendly wig shop which sells the major brands
(Gisela Mayer, Ellen Wille, Raquel Welch etc.) The shop
is tiny and quite hard to find but you'll find friendly
service. It's best to make an appointment by phone.
Stadhouderslaan 4, 3583 JH, Utrecht. +31-(0)30-251 3599.
This is a shop which has taken it's collection to several
gatherings of the national support group, so they're used
to trannies and will be happy to help you find your perfect
hairstyle. They sell not only synthetic wigs, but also
real human hair. A friend of mine bought a real hair wig
here and it is by far the best wig I have ever seen. Why?
Because it doesn't look like a wig, it looks like her
TRATTORIA CASA DA TONI
Prinsestraat 36, 2513 CD, Den Haag. +31-(0)70- 364 3097.
Small Italian restaurant in the middle of the city run
by a lovely couple, Flavio & Monica, who are very welcoming
to trannies provided you look your best. They serve excellent
food & wines. It's very popular and you’ll need to book
at least a week in advance, certainly if you're with more
than two. Park your car in the parking garage at the Torenstraat,
which is five minutes away in heels.
LA FONTAINE Deltaplein
623-625, 2554 GJ, Den Haag. +31-(0)70-325 9757. e-mail:
Close to a large parking, this is a nice beach-club and
restaurant on the boulevard of Kijkduin, the far most
southwestern tip of The Hague. La Fontaine is in the middle
of a row of beach-clubs. It’s popular, so book a table
well in advance, especially if you’re going on a Friday
or Saturday. Make sure you ask for a table overlooking
the North Sea for a spectacular view.
BODEGA DE SPIEGEL
Laan van Meerdervoort 52/V, 2517 AM, Den Haag, +31-(0)70-365
1778. Small café-style restaurant run by the same people
who own café Duinstee (see below). They're not trying
to achieve Michelin-stars here, but the food and the atmosphere
DUINSTEE Halstraat 10,
2513 AJ, Den Haag. +31-(0)70-365 3145. Small mixed/gay
pub with a friendly atmosphere in the middle of the city.
Attracts some local trannies. It’s a good place if you
want to go for a drink between supper and the disco.
Javastraat 132, 2585 AX, Den Haag. +31-(0)70-363 6522.
Small gay disco on the edge of the city centre with a
relaxed atmosphere and a fun loving crowd. Attracts some
local trannies. Saturdays are the busiest nights, but
Friday’s are more fun because there are more girls present,
who are far more likely to be interested in a chat or
a flirt than the gay guys. The fun doesn’t start until
after midnight. Parking is not too bad and free.
139, 3012 BA, Rotterdam. +31-(0)10-414 1486. www.gay-palace.nl.
In the centre of Rotterdam, possibly the hippest gay-disco
in the nation. They employ drag-queen dancers & emcees
and are accepting of tranny customers. The music is mainly
SILHOUETTE BOOTS & SHOES
Karel Doormanstraat 467, 3012 GH, Rotterdam. +31-(0)10-413
0516. www.silhouette.nl. Ask for: Nel or Sandra. Family-run
business with over 30 years of experience. Come in drag
or in drab, you will always be given a warm reception
and good advice. Fashionable, sexy, high quality shoes
& boots in sizes up to euro 42 and a small selection up
to size euro 46. You can order online, but frankly a visit
can be a real treat. They have special night-openings
for T-girls twice a year on thursdays. They are also a
pre-sale point for tickets for tranny and fetish-parties.
Highly recommended. If you’re lucky enough to have small
feet (max.size euro 41/UK 8) you can also try their branches
in Schiedam, Haarlem or Zoetermeer.
DAMESMODE Karel Doormanstraat
362-364, 3012 GR Rotterdam. +31-(0)10-411 9473. Back in
the listings since I've had some good reports on them
recently. Diagonally across the street from Silhouette,
this is a large shop which sells up market suits and evening
wear for girls of all sizes. Exclusive and thus expensive,
but with a friendly service.
DE ZEEUW SCHOENMODE
Slinge 584a, 3086 EX, Rotterdam. +31-(0)10-480 4790. Shoe
shop with fashionable, classy styles in sizes up to euro
45. Friendly service. On the corner of a busy shopping
square and next to a parking garage, it is easy to reach
by car, bus and underground. The neighbourhood is not
as good as it used to be, but I'd still rate it safe enough
to go en femme.
SCHOEN Nieuwe Binnenweg
14, 3015 BA, Rotterdam. +31-(0)10-436 6317. www.calandschoen.nl.
Fashionable ladies shoes up to size euro 46/UK 13. The
attitude of the staff tends to be one of indifference
rather than friendliness, but they sell good quality footwear
at prices to match.
LAURA DAY +31-(0)6-2261
4150. e-mail: Lauradaytv@hotmail.com Laura is a wonderful
girl who runs a dressing service, gives make-overs & make-up
lessons and will escort you shopping. She also sells boobs
and wigs. Furthermore she knows what’s happening in the
scene in the south of the country and in Belgium. Once
a month she hosts a tranny night in Club Mystique (see
Middelweg 18, 2841 LA, Moordrecht. +31-(0)182-378 724
or 0900-386 4896. www.fun4two.nl. Situated just off the
A20 motorway near Gouda with a huge private parking lot,
this is really a sex-club for couples, but with T-parties
twice a year on Thursdays. The dates are announced on
their homepage and on www.travestie.org. Don’t be put
of by the fact this is a sex-club. Nudity is only allowed
on the 1st floor and if you’re not interested you simply
stay downstairs. Just have a good time dancing, talking
and eating. It’s a classy place and the owners are nice
people. Changing room is available and all drinks, food,
entertainment and a personal locker are included in the
CLUB MYSTIQUE Zundertseweg
84, 4715 SC, Rucphen. +31-(0)165-343 280. website: www.parenclub-mystique.nl.
This is another sex-club for couples, in the country-side
between Rotterdam and Antwerp, which holds T-nights every
2nd Thursday, hosted by the lovely Laura Day. It has private
parking and room to change. Food and drinks are included
in the admission. The place attracts trannies and admirers,
and because of that the atmosphere is more erotic than
in Fun4two. Since Thursday is a regular day for the club
you’ll also find straight couples present.
Veldbleekstraat 4, 7551 DD, Hengelo, +31-(0)74-250 8308
/ 250 8410. website: www.vogue.nl. Hip straight disco
in the east of the country which is accepting of gays
and trannies. You'll never be the only tranny, since their
resident T-girl Chantal, who is both beautiful and friendly,
is always there, either behind the bar or on the floor.
Gedempte Zuiderdiep 64.9711 HK, Groningen +31(0)503142052.
Restaurant in city centre of Groningen run by T-girl Katja
who also performs her own comedy & Musicshow. Katja welcomes
This is only a virtual place and it's only in dutch. Their
website offers news on the national and international
tranny-scene, a contact-service and a chatroom which is
used by lots of people. Log on and you’ll never be lonely
again. You’re bound to find people who will be able to
show you around and give you the ‘ins and outs’ on any
of the major cities. The people behind this site also
co-host the parties at Fun4Two and the Kitten Club at
The Palace in Amsterdam, both of which are held twice
Binnenweg 348b, 3023 ES, Rotterdam. +31-(0)10-425 7272.
www.beauty-line.nl. Ask for: Ingrid. This is a hairdresser
and beautician who will style and cut your hair in a feminine
way. She has several tranny-customers. Call first for
an appointment and to discuss your wishes and expectations.
SKIN CARE Pegasusstraat
16, 1131 NB, Volendam. +31-(0)299-404 571. Two friendly
ladies run this company. They provide professional laser
treatment at their own practice and at the monthly meetings
of the support group LKG T&T in Nieuwegein (see above).
They are not as expensive as most other laser treatment
POUR TOUS Maliestraat
18, 3581 SM, Utrecht. +31-(0)30-233 2843. e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
www.pourtous.nl. Laser treatment for men, women and transgenders.
CENTRE PHYSICAL De Venser,
Berthold Brechtstraat 1, 1102 RA, Amsterdam Zuidoost.
+31-(0)20-699 9512 or 695 3095. Ask for: Dolly de Hond.
E-mail: email@example.com. www.twistedpair.nl/physical.
Laser treatment, make-up lessons, manicure, pedicure,
make-overs for a day or a night out. Treatment only by
VROLIJK GAY & LESBIAN
BOOKSHOP Paleisstraat 135, 1012XL, Amsterdam Tel:
020-6235142 www.vrolijk.nu email: firstname.lastname@example.org A good
place to go. It has a large section with transgender books
upstairs (mainly in English) and also a nice selection
of transgender/travesty DVDs see www.vrolijk.nu/films/speelfilm-t.html