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Rhonda Lee
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Registered On: September 29, 2021
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Shoppng for women’s clothes as Rhonda is one of my favorite things to do. I prefer to go with my supportive girlfriend, who can help me with selections, but my daughter once took me bra shopping, to Soma, along with her young son. At one point the sales clerk asked if he wanted to come into the dressing room to see his Mama. He blurted out for the store to hear “That’s not my Mama, that’s my Papa!” I have to admit to going too far with my guest list.

I had great fun shopping for a bathing suit a couple years ago, before a crossdresser cruise. My girlfriend, who can’t keep a secret, informed the saleslady the clothes being selected were for me, so the saleslady found a private dressing room elsewhere in the store and brought me a number of selections, commenting on each.

The only negatives I have ever experienced were shopping alone before I was comfortable wandering through lingerie or entering the women’s dressing areas (often not allowed unless one is presenting en femme.) I was nervous and did not want to admit I was shopping for myself, although I suspect they guessed.

Never have I had a negative experience with a saleslady, although I tried to help a friend try on bras at Belks once and the accomodating saleslady was reamed out by her boss for not taking my friend to the men’s fitting room. Stores like Macy’s, Dillards, Victoria Secret, Lane Bryant,  Soma, and others train their salesclerks to be understanding and helpful. On an occasion when I was selecting a butt pad at Dillards the salesclerk escorted me to a dressing room, found the man who wholesaled the line product for Dillard’s and had him offer suggestions. Mac frequently does makeovers for crossdressers, and most other stores are more than willing to help check colors or apply makeup.  Early on I went to Goodwill and took items home before trying them on… entirely unnecessary and a waste of time.  I DO recommend shopping en femme… much more enjoyable, and less likely to cause offense to anyone… but a man dressed en drab is welcome to most sales clerks, who are generally happy to do makeovers, give bra fittings assist in trying on gowns, or offer any other desired advice. Being waited on by women when dressed as a woman shopping for women’s clothes is a true delight AND provides useful help on building a good wardrobe. It should be on everyone’s bucket list.

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