Snow has blanketed the ground in a pure white covering, and in just a few days Santa Claus will be hefting his back of goodies from house to house. Bringing joy to children and adults around the world. A few weeks ago I shared my crossdresser Christmas list with you. It was full of material things to bring any crossdresser joy, but I would trade all of those for just one thing. Something that can’t be boxed or wrapped, that you won’t find under the Christmas tree.
For my wife were to fully support, enjoy and participate in my crossdressing experience. This would bring untold joy to my heart.
Now don’t get me wrong, my wife has done her fair share to accept and understand these strange desires of mine. She’s even helped review a few articles for Crossdresser Heaven such as ‘I married a crossdresser‘, though I’m still working on her to write an article 🙂
In many ways, I’m extremely blessed that I’m able to talk openly with my wife about this side of my life. We occasionally go shopping together for all three of us, we share in the Halloween merriment of crossdressing and talk about how this affects our relationship.
It must be the nature of the human species to never be satisfied – to always strive for more, to envision a more perfect future. Or perhaps it’s just in my nature to be optimistic, to struggle with the balance between gratitude and ambition.
Whatever the cause, my mind is dazzled with the notion that my wife and I could, at times, experience life as girlfriends. Enjoying each other’s femininity in an emotionally intimate way. Doing things together as two women would, whether mundane or inspired. Sharing, laughing and expressing who we are.
This is the time in the movie when our hero is gently nudged awake, seeing her dream slowly evaporate as the bright sunshine of reality streams through her window. While this would be the ultimate gift for a crossdresser, I know that expecting so much is dangerous. Sometimes when we reach for what is further out we need to let go of what we have. We risk attaining neither and leaving empty handed.
I’m certain that I would not trade my wife’s acceptance and love for a small chance at her full support, enjoyment and participation.
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