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I thought I would share my feelings and experiences as a disabled crossdresser, in the hope it may help others in a similar situation …
I have been crossdressing since I was about 8 or 9. Like many of you, I started by wearing my mum’s and sister’s clothes and really loved to put on their tights (pantyhose) and admire my legs in the mirror. I have progressed significantly over the years and dress fully these days, living as a female almost all of the time.
I lost my left leg high above the knee at 20 (hence my user name), which was devastating to me at the time, especially as I was still coming to terms with my sexuality and starting to spend more time dressed as a woman. I thought my legs were my best feature and always loved to wear pantyhose, high heels and skirts or dresses, so losing my leg seemed like the end of my world at the time. I also had problems with my short stump, which meant I was unable to wear a prosthetic (and still can’t really), having to rely on crutches to get around.
Initially I just wanted to hide away and tended to stay in feeling sorry for myself, but have since come to terms with how I look, both as a man and as a woman. This is mainly thanks to other amputee ladies and information I’ve found on the internet, which has shown me that even with only one leg you can still look great and feel good about yourself.
My best advice to others in a similar situation is to ignore the stares and comments of ignorant people, be yourself and dress how you want to. Many amputee ladies are much admired by men and women (some do seem to have a fetish about it though!), so wear a short skirt if you want to, learn how to walk in a high heel with crutches and show off that sexy leg.
I’d love to hear from any other amputee crossdressers and share our experiences and tips for looking and feeling good.
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