Randi has a real life crossdressing adventure that takes her one step closer to freedom. Will she recoil from this experience, or will this be making of bigger things?. This week on As The Tranny Turns.
I think in another life I wanted to be a voice over actor. Now I’m quite glad I don’t sound like James Earl Jones or Sean Connery. It would be quite tough to pass with such a rich baritone voice 🙂
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I am a retired teacher. I felt that the profession required my discretion and limited me to dressing in private at home. However I have dressed, to some extent, ever since junior high school. Now I feel the freedom to venture into the public eye. Today was one of those ventures.
Randi’s Crossdressing Success Story
The weather forecast said “hot and humid” so I decided that my daily walk would have to be earlier than my usual afternoon stroll. I also felt that my schedule for the day granted me the freedom to do the walk en femme. It took me about 40 minutes to prepare – makeup, jewelry, wig and figure illusion. In a white blouse and denim mini I went to the park. During my two mile walk I encountered at least two dozen other walkers, joggers or bike riders – a bit high for that park at that time. You can believe that I was a bit nervous. What reactions would I get? I was greeted repeatedly and no one seemed to pay any attention to my presentation as a woman, assuming that they did “read” me.
I consider that to be a success and it builds confidence for future public excursions. Plus I realized that people don’t really notice or particularly care if they did notice – which is what I want. Well, there was one guy who appeared more interested than I wanted him to be. The less attention the better at this stage of my dressing in public. Small steps build for future en femme walks!
P.S. If you’d like less attention as a ‘man in a dress’, or perhaps more attention as ‘that beautiful woman over there’, then pick up a copy of the World’s Best Crossdressing Guide.
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