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Hey ladies, forewarning this may be a lengthy post but would really appreciate some input. So me and my partner (not married) have been together for about 5 years. We have a son together. She doesn’t know about me dressing up as far as I know. Well over the past year I’ve really been coming around my CDing and just embracing it and letting it flow which has felt great to me in a way I can’t explain. Well her and I haven’t had the best relationship and we were actually about to split up, but decided to talk about things we both needed and wanted from each other and are trying to make it work which has been going good for the most part. Here lately around the house I have been wearing panties, shape wear with leggings, and even a stuffed bra while she is asleep as I’m a bit of night owl and just feel the desire to dress up more in my own home and not just the closet. And it feels liberating and nice. I even wear it to bed every once in awhile when I decide to sleep on the couch. One of her daughters is supposedly bi, and my partner had clearly stated she is fine with the LGBTQ community which makes me feel good. But going off my gut, I really want to tell my partner about my secret so I won’t feel like I’m hiding this from her, I hid drinking alcohol from her at the beginning and that caused major issues. Also just maybe I hope she would like that I’m trying to embrace my feminine side, I can reassure her I’m not gay as I am not. I just do this to embrace my feminine side as it feels good too but I do enjoy being a man as well and wouldn’t change that. I even hope she would help me embrace it even more maybe as in helping with makeup and clothes. I think my biggest fear in this is if she were to take it wrong she could try saying I’m not fit to be in my son’s life or at least it would have to be on her terms and she take him from me. I’m also worried she would just have me stop with my dressing up where as I feel like this is something that genuinely makes me feel good. But really I think what I’m trying to ask is what would be a good approach for me to talk to her or should I even bring it up? Thanks ladies.
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