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I’m now out to most of my family, friends and working on the rest (it’s addictive as another post mentioned). My wife has developed some mental issues and do prefer to have Kelly around over my drab version so of course I have to comply. I feel it does also help me cope with here, it helps my own mental state so it’s a win-win-win.
I’m lucky in that so far none who I told has been even a little against it. The reaction from one person did puzzle me a bit. My mother in law, it was basically no reaction at all. I felt I wanted to talk about Kelly and explain but she did not seem interested in it at all so I let it be. I think it’s mostly that she doesn’t really know what to do about it and I just left it at that.
Today I took my wife to do get some blood tests done. I did fear that she would make a scene, act up or make a big fuzz around it so to do what I could I did go dressed and of course had to wear a mask for the 1.5h it took to do it. Thankfully it all worked out great and it was no problems at all there.
We came back and then we where about to go out shopping when my MiL did point out that my lipstick was all messed up so I did go and fix that.
That’s when it hit me, she treats me like a cis women! After all, how would she treat another women during daily contact and so on?, that’s basically what she doing – I’m a man dressed like a girl but it’s actually nothing special about it (besides maybe that I’m dressing way over casual level).
Since I’m out to most close people I think Kelly will be out even more going forward. I already been to local stores and such and no one seems to even notice anything. Now I do see my self as glance passable unless I speak so that plus a big mask probably helps a lot.
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