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One of the things I have tried to do with my dressing is to really dig deep and increase my empathy for my wife and the challenges of womanhood in order to, as the Bible says, “husbands, live with your wives in an understanding way and sacrifice for her as Christ sacrificed for His bride, the church.”
So what have you learned in exploring your feminine sides that maybe surprised you or motivated you to treat your wives/girlfriends with greater empathy and understanding? What lessons have you applied, and what sacrifices have you made for her to put her needs first? Cross-dressing can become very selfish and leave us in a pink fog, so how do you avoid this to make sure your wife is still the number 1 female in the house?
One lesson that surprised me was my feelings of physical vulnerability while dressed. Feeling like a woman and being viewed as a woman is very exciting and intoxicating, but I also became keenly aware of my vulnerability and physical danger. Thigs I never thought about before in terms of safety for myself now consumed my thinking. That made me appreciate a woman’s primal need for safety/security and how they often rely on us to provide it. So as my wife’s husband, I started to pay attention to those things and looked for opportunities to make her feel safer. Going and putting gas in her car when it’s low. Walking between her and the crowds on sidewalks or the road. Making sure the house alarm is on and all the door locks are locked every night. Going out with my gun to check the house at night when there are strange noises. Checking elevators and unknown spaces before opening doors for her to go in first. Parking in well lit places when we’re together. Making sure her car is in good working order (although, in a decidedly unmanly way, I know little of cars and am the one who takes it into the shop).
Interested in hearing your stories.
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