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How much do you feel like a Woman...Inside?

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Baroness
(@chrisfp99)
Noble Member     London , Kent, United Kingdom
Joined: 1 year ago

Hi girls. Late to the party on this, but I have never felt like a woman, or experienced any gender dysphoria. I am simply a man who loves to slip into a nice dress and heels when the opportunity presents itself. I don't know why I do this and I don't really need to know. However it still excites the heck out of me xx. 

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Lady
(@sandf)
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Estimable Member     Centro Italia, Italia, Italy
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Ambassador
(@nikkolle1)
Joined: 8 years ago

Honorable Member     Portland, Oregon, United States of America
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@chrisfp99  Because You are Unique.. Respect, Jackie.... 🌹 ❤️

 

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(@debbiedd)
Noble Member     los angeles, California, United States of America
Joined: 4 years ago

Most of the time I feel like a 100 percent woman and love it.

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Lady
(@sandf)
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Estimable Member     Centro Italia, Italia, Italy
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@debbiedd 
Hi Deborah
i understand you very much
hugs

Happy Woman Face
Sandra

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Ambassador
(@nikkolle1)
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Honorable Member     Portland, Oregon, United States of America
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@sandf    Yes, me too* 🌹 🍒

 

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Hostess
(@fishingr8)
Illustrious Member     Montana, United States of America
Joined: 5 years ago

Hi again Sandra seems back as far as i can remember i have felt girly inside and now as much a woman as i can with the area i live in but my wife is a big support of Stephanie so in the home Stephanie can be around 24/7 .. So as every night Stephanie goes to bed in a silky nightgown and my favorite girly red lipstick especially in winter time lipstick keeps my lips moist .. As many girl say they want a man to join them in the bedroom which is ok for them but not me im a girls girl at heart and will always be he he ..

Stephanie Bass

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Lady
(@sandf)
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Estimable Member     Centro Italia, Italia, Italy
Posts: 94

 @fishingr8 Hi Stephanie

On the question that you say that "some" sisters will want to join and have real "complete" relationships in bed, with a real man, I think that if they feel totally female inside, (like me) it is perfectly normal ... also because I think that a feeling of love, basically, there must be ... I explain myself better .. if I do not feel any kind of feeling with a man I would never go to bed there .. as normally happens to every real woman 
Kisses 

Blow Kiss
Sandra

 

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Ambassador
(@nikkolle1)
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Honorable Member     Portland, Oregon, United States of America
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@fishingr8fishingr8   Stephanie Honey you are fortunate for your wife's support, some or most women wouldn't and don't tolerate our love for being a little different lifestyle. LOL You definitely are aware of mine gulfriend from our discussions. I can't say too much when it comes to having a wife and this life but believe it or not I have had momentary times where I was given ultimatums and well,,,,, I chose my love and walked. Someone I fell deeply in love with, lived with and believed I had finally met the "perfect man" but it like overnight changed. He didn't want me in drag anymore, wearing the only clothing I owned, makeup, anything. He wanted me to be a guy, sorry, NO was my answer and he lost me. Oh well,,, his freaking loss right! Keep on keeping on gurl, you rock! Love and respect, Jackie.....

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Hostess
(@fishingr8)
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Illustrious Member     Montana, United States of America
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@nikkolle1 Hi Jackie we havent said hello in a while and i miss that you are a wonderful girlfriend and thanks for reply and yes i am a very lucky girl with a wonderful wife .. Big hugs girlfriend ..

Stephanie 

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Hostess
(@fishingr8)
Illustrious Member     Montana, United States of America
Joined: 5 years ago

Hi Sandra i didnt mean anything by the answer its just an observation of my self as feeling like a woman inside I myself would and still do love my wife of 41 years and prefer her in bed and still feel like a woman ..Thats just me ..

Hugs Stephanie

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Ambassador
(@nikkolle1)
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Honorable Member     Portland, Oregon, United States of America
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@fishingr8    ......and that's okay!

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Lady
(@margprodue)
Noble Member     Madison, Wisconsin, United States of America
Joined: 2 years ago

Hi Sandra, I'm an out and open intersex person (a DES feminized male) and wear women's clothes because they fit me the best.  My daughter recently asked me if I have always felt like a woman and I replied that I don't really know what that is.  I just know that I always felt like me and never thought about being anything else .  I do have several female traits and mannerisms that others have pointed out to me.  Even though my birth certificate says male about half the folks I meet recognize me as female.  You can learn a lot more about all this by reading my profile if you wish.  I'm just me, an interesting hybrid type of human.  I've been accused by some people of not being a real man and conversely not being a real woman.  I'm always stopped by TSA Agents when flying because they can't understand the image on the x-ray screen.  So I just live life as best that I can and don't worry.  I wonder if Labradoodles think about being a labrador or a poodle? That's just a thought.  I hope that you find a happy medium in your life and I perhaps this reply made some sense.  Safe Journey,  Marg

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Lady
(@sandf)
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Estimable Member     Centro Italia, Italia, Italy
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@margprodue Hi Marg

Your words made me think a lot... and allowed me to take another little step forward... Thank you, sister

Kisses

Sandra

Blow Kiss

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Lady
(@margprodue)
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Noble Member     Madison, Wisconsin, United States of America
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@sandf Oh Sandra, Any step forward, no matter how small, is one going in the right direction.  Hugs,  Marg.

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Lady
(@sandf)
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Estimable Member     Centro Italia, Italia, Italy
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(@debbiedd)
Noble Member     los angeles, California, United States of America
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I have never had a problem being born male but learned to enjoy this aspect of my life which I enjoy immensely. Started with experimenting with women's clothing and evolved into part of my life enjoying the female side. I enjoy feeling and acting like a woman that is part of all our personalities and can be more exciting than just dressing up at home. 

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Ambassador
(@nikkolle1)
Joined: 8 years ago

Honorable Member     Portland, Oregon, United States of America
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@debbiedd You are a special kind of gurl Deborah. Remember; We were born this way, we didn't choose the lifestyle we live and adore, it chose us. Wear your heels better than a woman, all eyes are upon us. Don't pay attention to the haters, they don't matter! Much respect, Jackie..... Blow Kiss Pride Heart Happy Woman Face

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Lady
(@sandf)
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Estimable Member     Centro Italia, Italia, Italy
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@debbiedd Hi Deborah 

Thank you for telling me about your experience, I'll get advice

hug

Sandy

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Duchess
(@karensa1136)
Estimable Member     Colorado, United States of America
Joined: 5 years ago

Hi Sandra,

Yes! On the inside, I'm 100% girl, but on the outside only occasionally. That's my life, choices and the ability to dress. Would I like more... well that's complicated. Welcome to CDH and see you around on the forums or chat.

XOXO

Karensa

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Lady
(@sandf)
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Estimable Member     Centro Italia, Italia, Italy
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@karensa1136 

Hi Karensa

Thank you and Nice to meet another sister

Blow Kiss
Sandy

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Baroness
(@ryanpaul)
Noble Member     Outer Eastern Suburbs Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Joined: 7 years ago

70% of the time I'm male, but the other 30% (when I can) is very much female. OK I sleep femme very night with bra and forms  and underdress in cami, panties and in the winter heavy duty tights or pantyhose. Except for some medical appts I wear lingerie 24/7 and enjoy the femme feeling of picking out my "unders" every morning.I also try very hard to have my breast forms stay on when I do my morning "lingerie change" and when I can I sit in my nightie or pj's on the edge of my bed  to fold my clean ingerie before I put it all away

A long ongoing painful  lower back problem has severely curtailed my "full on Caty" time, but when I can I am totally immersed in her being. See my photos and articles on this site for examples. Especially the personal bra fittings and nights out to dinner.

Happy dressing one and all.

 

Caty.

 

 

 

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Lady
(@sandf)
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Estimable Member     Centro Italia, Italia, Italy
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Lady
(@kerrismith)
Honorable Member     Belvidere, Illinois, United States of America
Joined: 2 years ago

Sandra,

The feeling is strongest when I’m dressed up and have done a good job on makeup.  I feel like I’m a  100% woman inside.  Other days, like today I feel I’m just an old guy who likes to play dress up. When I see photos of people like you I think Wow could I ever be that pretty?

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Hostess
(@ab123)
Famed Member     Surrey, United Kingdom
Joined: 4 years ago

What a wonderful topic Sandf.

Is there actually an answer? Whatever goes on in the womb ends with a small speculative article given a sex by chromosomes and that is your designation. Having said that other factors in that development may also add something to the brain where it affects the way an individual is within the definition, in my day the extremes were alpha male or sissy boy. Were there female influences before the designation as the bodies are fundamentally the same but the end product is male or female. There are of course some variances such as Lauren being intersex where at the last minute things got confused and elements of both genders appear.

In the years before puberty boys and girls develop in their own ways and are kind of androgynous but usually dressed in appropriate clothes. Puberty arrives and wham, all hell breaks loose where our purpose is defined and bodily changes occur moulding us into adults, the physiology changes.

I take myself back to childhood where I had this unexplained inclination to want to wear girls clothes. I didn't understand why but it seemed that there was the need and also to mix with girls and seemed this was what I needed to do. Even when puberty kicked in there was still this desire but expressing it was not a favourable thing to do back then. 

Over the years it became something that I needed to do and in my work certain traits came to the fore. I was empathetic, a good listener and preferred womens company more than male. I mixed with girls and they were quite happy for me to join them and also discuss or talk about issues that they perhaps wouldn't in male company.

In my long coming out process I found a group of C.D's and attended meetings and did a few outings. It was good to mix but there were strong male overtones in the conversation and differing reasons to dress. It was a valuable time as it answered a few questions in my mind. I was more than a crossdresser and preferred female company.

I began to understand myself more and where my journey needed to go, despite the hurdles ahead.

Today I am all but full time, there are things that I have done for years in male mode and are an important part of my life so can be carried out without coming out. The rest of the time I am dressed 24/7.

So, after a long preamble, do I feel like a woman? The answer is does even a woman know, they can tell you what being a woman is about but maybe an answer is when they get dressed up, looking and feeling wonderful like a woman. On an other level how many women are not satisfied with their bodies, again they either accept it and make the best of it or, use all the make up and foundation garments to get the body they like and perhaps consider surgery. All factors that apply to us.

Cerys has stated she is a man who crossdresses, is happy either way. In a lot of respects that is what I am as happy to dress as male but more happier to dress and live as a woman. I agree I cannot change my designation but there is something in my brain that allows me to mix freely with women, engaging in conversation and being accepted as 'one of them'. At birth I was given some very female traits which have been strengthened as I move forward. It is that part that is pivotal to my identity that was set at birth, no amount of social conditioning has changed that.

I knew I was different and went through each stage but never stopped until  living, working as a woman was achieved. Did I plan that and at any stage as it could have stopped and be happy but it didn't the need to go further was the goal.

I was right when I was a child and fate led me on. Am I dysphoric as I am happy with my body which has served me well. Am I trans, crossdresser, non binary or whatever.

Do I feel like a woman when dressed? I really can't say as I have always felt the same all my life and the evidence is that I make a better female than male. I am me.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Lady
(@sandf)
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Estimable Member     Centro Italia, Italia, Italy
Posts: 94

Your story is truly Extraordinary
By retracing your path I acquire an increasing awareness in understanding that the path will be long and tortuous .. Thank you Sister for clarifying my ideas further... kisses

Sandra

Blow Kiss

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