REPORTS PUBLISHED IN PREVIOUS TRANNY GUIDES
name is Viki and I am now 28. I live in Budapest and I
have a... double life! This means on week days I am working
as a business consultant for foreign companies and therefore
my clothing style is suit and tie - supported by a male
trustworthy and earnest behavior, and this is Viktor.
On weekends the transformation
into Viki happens. I perform with a great deal of success
as a Drag Queen. I perform in several gay and non-gay
places throughout the capital city of Budapest. I have
lived this double life for one year, feeling the need
of satisfying both: Viktor as a man and Viki as a woman.
two inseparable identities are a full expression of my
self. Since a child I was attracted to my mom’s high heeled
shoes, make-up, accessories and dresses. I always felt
so fascinated. I was brought up in a tough family atmosphere
where homosexuality had not the slightest chance to find
space. Even though, by the way, I did not, at that time,
interpret my own inclinations as being homosexual, I knew
I was refined and sensitive.
Subsequently after a steady
relationionship for three years with a girl, I got married
at the young age of 20. I truly loved my ex-wife, and
was truly commited to her. I consider her to be a marvelous
and esteem-worthy person.
first years of our marriage were fantastic, I felt so
happy... like touching the sky, and a daughter was born.
At the 6th year of marriage I had a sexual experience
with a person of my same sex and only then I realized
that I feel better with men. It was a hard and painful
revelation, but true. I knew then that the time for a
change had come and also that I must say my farewell to
the life I was conducting.
I realized I had been living
until that moment suppressing an aspect of my self. I
had to divorce from my wife as of course she could not
accept the reality we were both facing.
was a time of extreme hardship and pain for the two of
us. We loved each other so much, but at that point we
knew that loving her deeply would not keep me away from
being sexually attracted by other men.
Nowadays, 28 years freshly
celebrated, I live as a single and am sure to meet one
day my life soul-mate. I am encouraged to not be shy to
this opportunity as close friends always declare to me
that I am divine as Viki!
by several countries Hungary is positioned very strategically
in the heart of Europe.
has the most western standard of life within East Europe.
We are about 10 millions
inhabitants, speaking Hungarian language, living in a
very generous and moderate climate offering us the best
of the four seasons.
1989 Hungary was under a socialist régime. Many people
nowadays are still effected by the old régime, faithful
still to socialist values that have little of sociality
and humanity! Many people are also influenced by the Hasburgic
Empire temperament which lacks humour due to economic
restrictions that a slice of the population is still paying
the price for. Hungarians as a consequence tend to be
at a first approach, formal and reserved.
Due to these oppressive
régimes, coming out for gays and lesbians is not an easy
path and only at is only just beginning to surface. In
most cities in our country you will find bars and meeting
places for gays, still the situation for cross-dressers
and transgenders is more difficult.
though is different. Hungary is an extremely centralised
country in the sense that all major happenings, events,
cultural scene, and business life, happens in the capital
city Budapest. This is also true of the lesbian, gay and
an evening in high spirits, surrounded by lovable and
Budapest city dwellers
love speaking to foreigners, either living in, or visiting
their home town. Most can easily speak English, Italian
and German. There are specific places, where cross-dressers
and transgenders gather that let them spend an evening
in high spirits, surrounded by lovable and welcoming people.
Budapest, among all Eastern Europe cities and capitals,
is a real metropolis. With three underground lines everything
is within 10 minutes reach.
beautiful the city is, forged in eclectic architecture,
rich Art Nouveau buildings with the spectacular Opera
House, so decadent and indeed fascinating. Two millions
people living alongside the rivers of the Danube, the
Buda and the Pest. Part of the city in the former hilly
and ancient land, and the reminder in the latter flattish
and urban land. Budapest has a lively and interesting
gay scene cantered mainly in the Pest side, offering various
entertainment for cross-dresser and transgendered people
in clubs, bars and restaurants.
I am very happy to help
my ‘sisters’ plan a visit to my beautifull city or give
you latest friendly places. Viki