Rachel Williams
Registered On: November 3, 2019
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Hi Aaron
I think I can see both sides of the discussion and so much depends on how someone has come to Crossdressing and where they think they are going For myself mmy crossdressing is about the ffabrics, colours, and designs rather than feeling there is a woman trying to come out from me. I recognise that there are contradictions in my approach in that I have tried to go further in achieving a more complete woman image than my main motivation would suggest and can not reconcile within myself whether this is because trying to move towards passable as a female makes it more acceptable than just being an obvious bloke in a frock or whether there is a bit of wanting to adopt female mannerisms bubbling away in my sub conscious.
But going back to your original posting I have said yes because it would be nice to have dresses in particular that were designed to accommodate the limitations that our male bodies present when trying to wear dresses designed for the female form but I do suspect that it would not be feasible to compete on price with what can be purchased in main stream women’s fashion retailing which while not fitting perfectly can with appropriate choice satisfy most of the crossdressing objective.

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