Abby M
Registered On: October 7, 2020
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If it was more socially acceptable, I definitely wouldn’t feel self conscious about myself and what people think of me. I would be free to go out in public without facing ridicule or confront a loved one or family member with my secret and not fear the possibility of rejection or being disowned. Admittedly, part of it excites me that it is taboo and what I’m doing isn’t apart of the social norm, but once that wears off, it is about what it does for me. Just wearing certain things can elevate my mood and make me happy, which does wonders to cure my depression. For me, crossdressing is ultimately about being true to yourself and finding ways to express yourself. I feel like I was molded by toxic masculinity in the media and it held a form that is unattainable by me. Crossdressing provides another form of masculinity by embracing the feminine side of your personality. Things men were told not to do like being creative or showing emotion are now allowed and you become stronger for it. It is about empowering myself.

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