Amanda Burton
Registered On: January 15, 2020
Topics: 5
Replies: 215
Has thanked: 2424 times
Been thanked: 785 times

Wow that was a very interesting article Stephanie, I have never thought of myself as being two different people. I have always been able to flick between male and  female roles. How has always been one of those intriguing questions, I just put it down to chemical reactions with in the brain. How else can we live being able to juggle two identities with comparable ease. I didn’t wake up one morning and decided to want to be feminine, it’s always be there from birth. Seems my chromosomes are fighting a conflict of control, and my brain automatically switches mode and I respond. God yeah I went through different levels of dressing, none dressing, searching for answers, but I have to be honest if I couldn’t be Theotherme then me, was moody, depressed and lost. The best way I can describe it is like breaking up with yourself. (Does that make sense?). What ever it is, we have a powerful draw to femininity and once we accept this passion and pleasure it becomes a powerful force we can’t and don’t want to stop. Should I have been born a girl?.,!!!!! Probably, but if I had,  would I now be wanting to C /dress as   a man?.Now that’s a question. As we get older we have reached the pinnacle of acceptance of ourselves, and a level of contentment we have been searching for, and oddly enough mental peace.

2 users thanked author for this post.
Subscribe To Our Newsletter

Subscribe To Our Newsletter

Join our mailing list to receive the latest news and updates from Crossdresser Heaven.

You have Successfully Subscribed!

Log in with your credentials


Forgot your details?

Create Account

If you don't see the captcha above please disable ad and tracking blockers and reload the page.