Who Am I?

Hi, I’m Stephanie Tofield.  I’m a feminist.


Stephanie Tofield
Founder, The TransgenderFriendship Club

I enjoy being a woman.  I believe that the feminine spirit is our only hope for a world that has been terribly abused by the masculine ego.  That is not to say that there are no male victims because there are plenty, nor that there are no female abusers, because there are plenty of those as well. Regardless, the pure feminine spirit, the one who makes room for everyone, the one who knows that love cures everything is the spirit that embodies you and me.  How do I know?  Because you have embarked on a journey that must be supported by love and trust. It’s a journey that requires you to follow your heart.  You’ve discovered your truth and that is that you must express your feminine spirit.

I love that about you and I’m here to support you to do just that. The world needs people who are not deterred from living their truth.  There is too much energy spent in fear and indecision.  You are here on this planet for a reason.  You have talent and genius.  The sooner you are comfortable and confident with your gender expression, the sooner you can get on with the business of employing your talent and genius for the greater good.

Take my hand, we’re all in this together.

Here’s to a kindness-based life.



P.S. You can always reach me at Stephanie@transgenderfriendshipclub.com



8 thoughts on “Who Am I?

  1. Great to see a strong woman out there supporting people on their journey. We are all different and whatever our gender it is all about being the very best and most true we can be. Good luck to you and all those who visit your site looking for support. Life is too short to not be who you want to be.

  2. Well it’s nice to meet you Stephanie Tofield!
    Very interesting site you have here with many interesting topics – and that’s coming from a man! 🙂
    It’s great to see that gender is starting to be tackled and in turn overlooked in society these days – websites like this will only help the whole process reach it’s destination quicker.Keep up the good work!

  3. It’s a sad reflection on humanity that people are often afraid to express their true nature for fear of hatred and discrimination. We’ve come a long way but bigotry still exists and people are afraid of what they don’t understand. Kudos to you for creating a site which is a safe haven for the trans community as well as those who love them.


    • Thanks so much Lynn, for visiting our site and taking the time to leave a thoughtful comment.   My hope is that people can come to realize the incredible contributions trans people have made to society and the world and begin to give them the respect and gratitude they truly deserve.

      Many thanks,


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