Rhonda Lee
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Registered On: September 29, 2021
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For Tri-Ess meetings, at least, most people come en drab until they feel comfortable dressing. Even veterans dress en drab now and then, or even regularly, for various reasons. The rule is, whatever you do, present fully male or fully female… nothing in between. And if you dress en femme, dress to blend in… no cocktail dress in a Taco Bell, no slutty attire, mini-skirts or anything that would cause you to stand out in the crowd for wearing attire generally deemed inappropriate for the venue.  We are representatives of a larger population and among the few who get out in public, so want to establish a good image that fairly reflects who we are and benefits our sisters everywhere.

I personally would not participate in a drag show, although often asked, because of the perception that all crossdressers do drag and are gay, maybe only come out at night to do adults-only entertainment. I try to use such “opportunities” as teachable moments. We realize we are blessed to have both feminine and masculine sides and are free to express either as we elect. It’s who we are, not what we do. that counts most. Who we are does not change, however we dress.

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