Peggy Sue Williams
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Registered On: June 26, 2019
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I was presenting myself in public as a little girl, starting at approximately five years old and continued cross dressing from that age forward.   Many people who did not know otherwise believed I was in fact a girl.  Puberty changed all that.  I had to deal with a beard and and the beginning of a manly voice.

Over the years, I learned to deal with the voice issue by training myself to speak in a feminized version of my normal voice.  It is far from perfect, but it is not my normal harsh male voice.  I have also learned to couple my feminized voice with female mannerisms.

There are other things I do too, which add to the overall female image.  Look people in the eye when speaking to them and smile.  In stores and other places, I show my southern lady manners and thank people or tell them to have a great day!


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