Crossdresser purging their clothes

Time doesn’t just fly when you’re having fun, it spreads it’s wings when you’re busy, work or play. Now I’d like to say that I spent the last week in absence crossdressing and perfecting new feminine techniques to share with you, but alas I only did that for a few days 🙂

I spent most of my time working on some exciting improvements that will be coming soon to Crossdresser Heaven. Stay tuned, I’ll take the wraps off them in the next week or two.

This was a brief crossdressing intermission for Crossdresser Heaven, and if anything I know that crossdressers understand those brief or long periods between your feminine expression. Thanks to all the ladies who recently submitted Crossdressing Success Stories, or sent me email – I’m working to catch up over the next week or two, you should hear from me soon.

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A Pause in Your Crossdressing?

We take a breather from crossdressing for many reasons. For some the summer months are so filled with family activities that it’s hard to find some feminine time. Others may be intimidated by the more revealing summer styles (more on this in a future post…). Perhaps it’s the ritual purge performed in search of a cure for crossdressing, or the natural waxing and waning in the desire to crossdress.

Whatever your reason, I’m willing to bet that you’ve spent some period of time not crossdressing – not even thinking about it. As strange as it sounds, perhaps you’ve even felt guilty about not crossdressing. You’ve thought to yourself, ‘if I don’t feel like crossdressing now, perhaps it really is just a phase I’m going through?’.

There’s nothing wrong with a brief respite from crossdressing as long as you don’t feel forced or coerced into it. And trust me, there’s nothing quite like an overactive sense of shame and guilt to force you into an unwilling crossdressing vacation.

Have you taken a break from crossdressing recently? Why did you do it?

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I’m passionate about creating a safe space for everyone in the transgender community to find laughter and friendship on their journey. I completed my physical transition in 2011 and through it I lost everything, and gained everything. I am blessed that I was forced to gaze inward and embark on the journey to discover and live my authentic self. My deepest wish is that all who wander here may find peace, happiness and freedom.
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Lynn Jones
Lynn Jones
11 years ago

Yeah… the big summer break. Well, unless it gets too hot, these days I don’t seem to have the traditional off-time. :-

In previous years, the interest in dressing up would fade as the months grew warmer and the summer fashions would be aired. These days, it seems the urge comes and goes during the year instead.

I guess there’s always one isn’t there? 😀

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Dawn Johnson
11 years ago

I had a brief stoppage of my crossdressing when I first got married to my first wife, Not much after words I went back to what I loved the most, That was being me the” true me” That happen 20 years ago….. Now I’m glad I’m Dawn not the other the other person I was when I was born…GRRRRRRRRR

Kelly
Kelly
11 years ago

I have taken short breaks on crossdressing but they are very short lived as the desire to dress comes blazing back as the break was only due to not feeling well or overly tired,otherwise I dress up every night when i get home until I wake up the next morning.I have even sat out on the porch late at night wearing a skirt and pantyhose or wearing tight jeans(commando) as we know its a thrill to be outside dressed in something feminine.

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Kathy
11 years ago

When I take a break from dressing it usually comes as a result of my bride getting tired of my sneaking around and oft times underdressing when she is home. The occasional telltale bra strap showing through my tee-shirt or a peek of lace from pettipants or a half slip showing at the hem of my shorts, well, lets say things can get ugly in a hurray. Anyway, I sometimes find I need to back off if the “pink fog” has a grip on my sense of what is right to do and what is not when it comes to… Read more »

Patti
Patti
11 years ago

The reason I’ve taken a break from it currently is the lack of funds to be able to enjoy getting dressed up to go somewhere. Money is very tight in our household with me the only working person in it at the moment and still collecting unemployment. It’s hard to feel the desire to look my best with the money situation. So, I just haven’t done it. When I get dressed up, I love to go shopping (especially for shoes which my wife takes issue with and says, “Why are you buying more shoes when you don’t even have a… Read more »

Vicki
Vicki
11 years ago

I too have experienced the on again off again cycle in my dressing. When I was younger it seemed like it would happen right after the holidays. I used to take part of my vacation right before Christmas, and while my wife was at work and the kids were in school, I’d spend the day dressed up. Puttering around the house, reading, watching tv, drawing and painting, all as Vicki. I suppose after a week of scratching that itch as much as I could, and then the natural let down after Christmas and New Year, I seemed to just not… Read more »

Daphne
Daphne
11 years ago

I am always wishing I could dress up more but thats not always possible. I feel I need to break away and live my femme life. I am attracted to women or other crossdressers, so I guess I am a femme lesbian trapped in this masculine life. Someday I hope to live as a woman fulltime.

Desiree
Desiree
11 years ago

I haven’t dressed in over 15 years, mostly due to my children. I don’t feel it’s fair to expose them and possibly influence their sexuality. I still think about it everyday and will someday dress again, I’m sure. The desire never goes away, no matter how many times one purges. I do wonder though, if I had the same figure I had in my twenties if I would feel the same.

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