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The local gym/swimming pool had re-opened in my area after the coronavirus business (which is still ongoing btw) and there were not a lot of people going back yet. I had been going to the gym normally for a few weeks, but eventually I had the idea that given the lack of people, I had the perfect opportunity to explore more about my cross-dressing side and re learn to swim again as a bonus.
One morning, I took the initiative to drive to the gym at 6:30 am, while the gym was nearly empty. The change rooms were empty which allowed me to change at my own pace. On the outside i wore my normal male trunks but on the inside i was wearing my pink swimsuit panties. I had brought a number of other colours just in case. There’s an almost indescribable feeling to being alone in a public change room with half a bikini on. At the pool itself, there was one swimmer who was doing laps in the lap pool and a single lifeguard who hovered more near the lap pool on the far side. In the shallow pool, I would paddle back and forth at a slow pace trying to get myself adjusted to the feel of water again and when the lifeguard was walking away, I would pull my trunks down a bit for a few seconds and dawdle a few meters in pink liberated freedom. Unfortunately, even after an hour or so, my stomach wasn’t used to the pool and I ended up vomiting in the toilet.
After that experience I put more training into my stamina by running on the treadmill for longer. I started wearing flat bras and panties underneath my clothing to feel girly even as I exercised. The best moments were when I could work out alone where I can let a few bra straps be out and I could see the outline on my T-shirt. Also, don’t ever try to do a 2km run wearing a tight one piece, that’s just a recipe for nausea and delirium.
I don’t think I’m at the stage where I would feel comfortable dressing in a wig and full female clothes, But having read some other stories of crossdressers at the pool, I have considered the idea of wearing a one piece swimsuit and just swimming without worrying about anyone’s opinions. Hm.
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