Oh too funny, in a way, I recall that parking garage incident years ago. My wife and I had just entered the hotel parking garage, looking for a parking spot, before going up to the monthly support meeting. Suddenly, we spotted you, en femme, phone in hand, wandering around the garage, as if lost. You informed us you were searching for a terrified CD, sitting in her vehicle, unable to exit the vehicle.
I seriously doubt if that level of dedication and support exists any longer today in that group. In fact, speaking recently with one girl, she told me she had no idea the group now or ever had a support function!
Slightly different subject. This could explain why when I see so many new girls signing on for the first time on to CDH, and their profile shows them living within a few miles of me, I contact them and hear nothing back. Granted, their profile virtually always indicates they are a closet CD, which tells me they are going to want to protect their privacy most likely. Thus, I will offer to meet with them in male clothing. As is the case though, almost always, I hear nothing back.
One time I did meet with a CDH member, and it turned out he was just a lonely guy looking to make friends and not really a CD. He has since left CDH. I suggested he try Meet Up groups.
Atlanta does have a significant CD/Trans population, and in my travels, I will often spot girls out in public. On my last outing, I had the unusual experience of observing a person in male clothing in Lane Bryant, purchasing several bras for himself. How did I know they were for him? Because I overheard the staff speaking with him about having his measurements on record and how a particular style bra may or may not fit him properly.