Alison Anderson
Registered On: October 15, 2018
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There’s only one way to answer.  I see my male self.  Part of this is because you have made an assumption that is wrong.  The woman you want to be?  Whoever said I wanted to be a woman?

My name, although hidden in plain sight (or perhaps sound), says it all.  Al is (a) son.  This was the reason I chose the name.  I’m not a woman, I just like to do feminine things or wear feminine clothing.  My main reasons initially for making myself look like a woman is to be able to go out in public wearing women’s clothing.  I’ll admit that over time, I’ve come to like presenting as a woman.  If it were possible to be able to go out wearing a dress or skirt and not be looked at oddly (or with everyone’s phone pointing at me) or be questioned by everyone I know, I’d do it in a heartbeat.  I’m smart enough to know that’s not going to happen, so I have learned to like and be comfortable with the full presentation.

After months during the lock down where I spent over 90% dressed up, I can tell you that I still have no desires to be a woman.  But I enjoy every minute I am out and presenting as a woman.  However, first thing in the morning, I definitely don’t see a woman.

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