Going out in public for the first time can be daunting. In this week’s crossdressing success story Laurelanne shares her passing victory with us out in public.
For all you ladies who have never been out in public before Esprit – which is just four days away! – is a great opportunity to spend a week as a woman in a safe and supportive environment. If you’re heading to Esprit stop by and say, ‘hi!’, it would be wonderful to meet you in person.
Now on with this week’s crossdressng success story…
Laurelanne’s Crossdressing Success Story
After many years of NOT appearing outside my home I had a terrific success.
I used to go out many times for many years en femme and with no problems , yet for awhile as I aged i felt I was somewhat too “old” to do it. I didnt return to being out en femme until all the kids were grown and out of the house.
Recently about 3 months back after having been out numerous times alone and with my wife. I ventured out to see a friend (who knew me as both ) and went out as Laurelanne. Having arrived at his apartment building I parked my car, had some guy walk by me and say “sweet”. I was wearing a top with alot of cleavage showing, made me feel great.
Entering the building I waited for the elevator, and when it arrived a young man said to me, Go ahead Ma’am, wow (2 at once) I visited and left a few hours later, and upon entering the elevator again, a little boy rushed ahead of me, his mother, a younger girl, said dont be so rude, you should have let the “lady” go first, now apologise. He did and I said in my best femme voice its OK, , and the mother said its not mannerly I’m sorry too. And I said I have 3 boys and theyre all the same we laughed and exited the elevator. I was on wings I had a triple header, accepted and more.. Wow. I guess still not too bad for an old girl.
If you’d like to spend more time out in public passing I highly recommend the World’s Best Crossdressing Guide – it’ll whip your femininity into shape!
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