About this site
Inesitadasilva.com is the website of a transgendered female. It has two aims.
The first is to raise the awareness of the Internet community towards the existence of male-to-female cross-dressers. In turn it seeks to foster understanding, tolerance and acceptance for a cross-dresser’s basic right to self-expression1.
The site's second aim is to provide male to female cross-dressers just finding the courage to express themselves outdoors with a rather unique data set of almost a thousand different costumes that Inésita has modelled, photographed and catalogued since 2004. Within "The Dressing Room" it provides 'tall girls' (roughly 180cm/70kg) with a reference point on viable professional, casual, sports and beachwear outfits. At the same time, the site also supports the local trans-community with information on essential services within and around Budapest.
The website first went online in 2008 and was designed, written and first programmed by Inésita. The Dressing Room portrait database was programmed and integrated into a fully upgraded site by Core Design, a Romanian web design and software development company.
Inésita monitors website traffic using Google Analytics.
1This cause gained new ground in March 2010 when the 47 Member States of the Council of Europe agreed on the world’s first intergovernmental agreement codifying the application of human rights standards to LGBT (Lesbian, Gay Bisexual and Transgender) people. This complements the European Convention on Human Rights which corresponds to the 1948 UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights. To learn more about the recommendations, click here.