Lorraine Lowry
Registered On: January 2, 2023
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As a senior,  until the last few years, a crossdresser did not exist to the majority.  If you dressed, you were gay, ( they used far worse adjectives) , if you were trans, you were just more gay. As a lifelong student of history, cultures across time have had divergent life styles, which for the most part are not chronicled.  The big changes have come from our female sisters, people of color striving for equality, and upward affluence, all striving for acceptance.  Religion has been slow to accept but is changing.  The internet is world shaking. Young people are by90% more accepting as “no difference”.  But the intolerant minority remains and makes our world less than we would like it to be.  I’m to shy to be seen in public, and wish it were not so.  Why do I have to go to a”gay” bar to be accepted not just a bar?  Why can’t I shop anywhere I wish without rejection?  I sometimes feel females fear us  for how we strive to look good.  For me, first I have to win over my SO.

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