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As many of you know by now, I live in a conservative midwestern town. So, on any normal time out en femme, I would prefer to go to Kansas City where folks are generally more accepting. The exception has been local drag shows and last night was a special one.
The only event in my town for Pride Month was this one, the Show Me Pride Drag Show (my town has its Pride Fest in September). Everyone was encouraged to wear their best Pride outfit. I only had one but it was a doozy!
I wore a pink tee with a melting heart in Trans Pride colors. I also have some crew socks with the Trans Pride flag embroidered on them. The best part was my skirt! It was an incredibly short mini skirt that barely covered my cheeks (I wore shorts beneath which I normally NEVER would do). It was white and had a chiffon overlay with butterfly appliqué in a rainbow of pastel colors. I thought my white low top tennis shoes were best for the look. To top it off, I also wore the Trans Pride pin my kid got for me.
What an amazing night it was! I really think now that the amount of fun I have is directly proportionate to how many compliments I get. I didn’t have my wing girl Philma there and didn’t know anyone except that I am acquainted with the MC of the show. I had many compliments on my overall appearance but the skirt was the hit of the night. At least, a dozen genetic girls told me how much they loved it. Several wanted to know where I got it. One group of three girls latched onto me for most of the night. When they asked, I told them it was from Shein but I thought it was sold out. When there was a lull between performances, I called it up on my phone, turned it to show them that it wasn’t sold out, and they all screamed. Everyone turned to see. It was so funny.
The crowd was HUGELY leaning on the LGBT+ side which was different from the other shows I have been to. But I was the only T-girl in the crowd. Some of the girls were so overwhelmingly complimentary, the outfit was a hit, even the bartender gave me a huge compliment. One girl told me I looked like a Clueless girl. That was the biggest compliment for me because my style, in general, it that preppy young look. If only they had seen some of my other outfits.
I now am feeling more confident and comfortable showing midriff. I had another outfit picked out before deciding on my Trans Pride outfit that showed a lot of skin. So, I tied my tee in a knot to show a little skin. And today I ordered a bunch of crop tops. My newfound comfort has all kinds of outfit plans swimming around my head with the clothes I already have too.
Oh, and by the way, I got some smaller breast forms that have taken me from a DD to a C cup. The two inch reduction in bust size has opened up a whole lot more clothes options from Shein that I didn’t have before.
I love being a crossdresser and I love being transgender!!!
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