Amy Myers
Registered On: February 11, 2019
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I’ve had a few situations like this and I’ve always answered the question honestly.

Twice in my local drug store when buying cosmetics. The first time was when I was on my hands and knees looking at the nail polish in the bottom row and a woman came around the corner and looked at me then started talking to me about nail polish, and then asked. So I just told her yes I dress up and go out often, then showed her some pictures! She said she would be fine with being involved with a man like that!

The next time was in the same aisle and I came almost shoulder to shoulder with a woman who was looking at the same foundation as I. Quite quickly she came out and asked if I “dress up”. I of course answered yes, and we had quite the long conversation with her saying quite early in it that she was a lesbian and used to help a gent she knew get dressed and made up.

Very recently I was in a thrift store I’ve often shopped at, well maybe too often? So this particular day I’d chosen a couple of items to buy and took them up to the cash. At the time there was no one else in the store and the two older ladies who run the store were having lunch at a table behind the counter with a younger woman who seemed to be one of their daughters.

The one who came to cash me out looks at the robe I wanted says right out loud, “Don’t you think you should try it on?”. Now I knew this was a challenge, a dare, so I said, sure and proceeded to do just that. The younger woman had a look of total astonishment on her face as I did so! She fist woman then said “It sure looks better on you than it would me!”

The next week I went in as Amy and we had quite a nice chat! Then I ended up buying a couple guy things, to which she had a laugh and said these must be for the “boyfriend”.

I’ve had a couple of other similar instances and I have always been met with acceptance then some questions as well, to which I’ve answered honestly. Mostly people want to know if I’m gay and are usually surprised when I say I’m not.


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