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  • #268961
    Linda Martin
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    Registered On: November 26, 2019
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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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      Jennifer Sometimes
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      Registered On: May 6, 2019
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      Hello, my name is Jennifer Sometimes

      I’m a member of CDH. I’m also the host of a weekly live show “Free to be She” on the CrossDress Radio Network. I’m planning a show devoted to disabled crossdressers discussing their struggles, challenges and triumphs.

      I’ve contacted you to ask about your story and possibly interview you. Also, do you know other disabled crossdressers that I may contact?

      To learn more about me and what I do, you can go to:

      CrossDressRadioNetwork.com

      YouTube.com   search Crossdress travel   or    Crossdress radio network

      Facebook    crossdress radio network

      You can contact me at CDH or Jennifer@CrossDressTravel.com

      Love CDH… Jennifer Sometimes

    • #367407
      Danielle Wunderlust
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      Registered On: July 26, 2020
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      Hi, I’m new here and saw your post. My ex-fiance lost her entire right leg to cancer right when she graduated high school at the hip. She had her own site that catered to devotees. Yes, I’m a devotee, and I find amputee’s to be sexy. I don’t know why but when I see good looking amputee guy or gal strutting their stuff I get aroused.

    • #329967
      Sabrina Scott
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      Registered On: August 31, 2019
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      I’m also a left leg amputee but mine was below the knee. My amputation is still fairly recent in that it was just two years ago.

      I had an infection in my foot that spread to my ankle. The doctors tried to save most of my foot but unfortunately the nurses at that hospital didn’t follow what he wanted done so I had him take it off.

      I spent a year without a prosthetic and if it wasn’t for the antidepressants I don’t know what I would’ve done.

      I ended up moving back in with my parents to recuperate and a tree had fallen on my house. Most of my wardrobe was destroyed but at least I saved two wigs and two nightgowns.

      Like you I’ve always felt my legs were my best feature. I do miss heels. 😁

      Hugs, Sabrina

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      Sabrina Scott
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      Registered On: August 31, 2019
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      I’m also a left leg amputee but mine was below the knee. My amputation is still fairly recent in that it was just two years ago.

      I had an infection in my foot that spread to my ankle. The doctors tried to save most of my foot but unfortunately the nurses at that hospital didn’t follow what he wanted done so I had him take it off.

      I spent a year without a prosthetic and if it wasn’t for the antidepressants I don’t know what I would’ve done.

      I ended up moving back in with my parents to recuperate and a tree had fallen on my house. Most of my wardrobe was destroyed but at least I saved two wigs and two nightgowns.

      Like you I’ve always felt my legs were my best feature. I do miss heels. 😁

      Hugs, Sabrina

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      Bearded Lady (AKA Dee)
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      Registered On: January 20, 2020
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      Linda said:

      >> Many amputee ladies are much admired by men and women (some do seem to have a fetish about it though

      Devotees. OMG. For some it crosses over into actual mental illness and they actually hurt the object of their devotion.

      I’m a wheelchair user and we have them too. Makes it hard to know when to trust people.

      I just had a bilateral transmetatarsal amputation. That’s the toes on both feet. I can now fit into average sized women’s socks. 🙂

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      • #269033
        Linda Martin
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        Registered On: November 26, 2019
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        As Bearded Lady (sorry to hear about your toes) has pointed out, there are some “Devotees and Admirers” who can be a real nuisance and make life for a disabled person even more difficult.

        I have met a few men (and one woman) who fell into this group, but in my case they were quite open and didn’t try to hide that they found my having one leg was a turn on for them! In fact, the woman confessed to me later that she actually wanted to have her own healthy leg amputated above the knee, because she thought she would look and feel so much better without it … strange but true!

        Two things I really hate is being asked to show my stump, or show them what I do with the empty leg of my pantyhose (I usually just tuck it up for those interested, lol), which seems a common theme for these people (I try to see the funny side if I can).

        I was recently asked to watch the following YouTube video, which seems to confirm that one legged woman are very much up there with other fetishes:

        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PCc5eg2gj6M

    • #268965
      Rachel Williams
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      Registered On: November 3, 2019
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      Linda I am not an amputee but do admire your bravery and determination to get out there and be what you feel you should be within the limitations of your disability. It must have been a hell that I can’t imagine during that initial period

      Rachel

      • #268970
        Linda Martin
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        Registered On: November 26, 2019
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        Thanks so much Rachel, that is very kind of you…

        Yes, the first few months after my amputation were not great.  I even found it hard to put on a pair of pantyhose, which I had always loved to wear. I just couldn’t look at myself in the mirror either and seeing the stump of my leg would make me cry most days. But you have to be strong and look past what you have lost to focus on what you still have. I think I have managed to do that now, thanks to a lot of help from lovely ladies like yourself.

        And on the bright side, a pair of pantyhose or stockings last me twice as long now … lol

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