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You are reading the words from one who has been at this in various forms for a very long time – 64 years in fact. Femininity stole my attention as a young boy at the age of ten, and in the span of years that have elapsed since then, much has changed. Thankfully in a good way, for all of us. Nonetheless there are still some among us (me included) who must appear to conform to the expectations that those around us have placed on us. As for me – would that I could be out and about and freely expressing my softer side, but alas, it is not in the cards. No matter. I still delight in brief infrequent expressions of my duality.
Retired now, after spending nearly 40 years in aviation. More than half of that as a military pilot, and the rest in civil aviation. Some years ago my employment offered the chance for frequent travel, and I did indeed take advantage of those days. Then I was an active participant of at least two T-communities in major cities and my memories of those days still bring smiles. I am indeed grateful to the gods for those days, and the people who made those days special.
These days I am ‘low key’ and my forms of femme expression are quiet and subtle, but enough for me at this point of my life. There is a strange harmony in me that allows my masculine and feminine sides to cohabit happily, with each almost being a nice counterpoise for the other in a way that allows each side to make the other gender influence more special. I am grateful for the person I am.
Nice to be in your circle. Smiling at you.
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