Kristen Smithly
Registered On: September 25, 2020
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I don’t think there was any one thing. My father wasn’t what you would call a “man’s man”, he really didn’t have a fatherly influence when he grew up, so it just sort of transferred downward. I was close to my mom. My mother was the more dominate parent in our house. Neither were mean or abusive to me though. I was just always drawn to girly type of things, especially clothing, I am still crazy about delicate lace items. I tried the male dominated sports, i.e. football, etc. I was an average participant, wasn’t real thrilled about any of them, I was more envious of the female cheerleaders and wanted to be one.  I started at a young age doing things that were considered female in aspect. I could sew (machine & hand) knit, crochet, bake, cook, etc. at an early age, and back then that wasn’t considered what a guy should do. I enjoy being around females a lot more than males. I have always felt like a girl. A friend’s older sisters used to dress me up in their clothes and we’d play house, or tea, something like that. It was fun and one of my fondest memories. In HS I had a girlfriend who used to like me to wear lingerie, it was a turn on for her (and me) but it was at her suggestion, that I willing went along with! I miss her…

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