It contains pointers to places people have been, things people have done, and shops people have used and reported good things.
It is not a guarantee of attitude, quality, or service. Although Las Vegas is considered by many to be safe for those who are transgender, there are no guarantees.
Shopping: Although Las Vegas has two shops intended for the TG community (Glamour Boutique and Studio Lites, see list), 99.9% of the shops that cater to the general public will welcome your business.
One thing to keep in mind is that Las Vegas is a show town, and it's not at all unusual for men to be seen buying such things as lingerie, cosmetics, etc.
If you're new to Las Vegas, first observe the dress and behavior of the gg's who are of your approximate age, height, body type, and fitness level.
Use care and common sense, remain street-wise, and consider time, place, and circumstance when doing anything.
Don't push things, remember, you're in Las Vegas to have a good time, not to change the world.
With rare exception, you are a valued customer of these places, just like anybody else.
If this is your first time, or if you don't think you pass well, stick to the places that cater to grownups, and avoid the family-oriented "theme" properties.