Kristen Smithly
Registered On: September 25, 2020
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It could be genetic, I believe. I was supposed to be twin girls, (ultrasound was very rare back then) the doc was so sure that my parents had girls names picked out for me, and had some newborn outfits in pink. When I came out a male (ugh!), Everyone was surprised! I was always told I had pretty eyes, long curly lashes, and I could have been so pretty as a girl. Probably why my mom didn’t care when the neighbor girls dressed me as one when I was little and we had play time when their moms and mine got together for coffee and gossip. I have crossdressed since I was small. I think my mom knew but never said anything. I have always felt feminine, no matter how hard I fought it. So, in my opinion, it is genetic for me.

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