Peggy Sue Williams
Registered On: June 26, 2019
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With me, I think the urge was always there.  My earliest memory was somewhere around age three or four, getting into my mom’s makeup and trying to make myself pretty.  I also liked wearing her clothes and shoes.

Later, we moved, and a girl across the street began dressing me up as a girl.

A major turning point, I think, was at maybe age 10, in a Cub Scout play.  I was part of a ballerina act.  Professional wardrobe and cosmetic staff changed us into authentic looking little girl ballerinas, head to toe, including the heavy makeup.  The clothing and makeup were a turn on I will never forget, and it permanently changed my life forever.  I wanted to be pretty all the time.  The adults raved that we looked like “real” little girls.  It was my first time in the Pink Fog and absolutely addicting.

I can still remember, most of the boys could care less and just wanted to get out of the silly looking girl clothes, but a few of us were very strangely affected, forever.

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