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I started earlier but accidently lost the page. Earlier I reminisced about wearing my mother’s cloths while being very young. I continued that on and off, mostly off, until I was in my late teens when I enlisted in the armed forces where I had some privacy at times in the barracks where I would don my “Little Black Dress” along with undergarments that I had purchased by mail. My weekends were relatively free and sometimes I would dress and somehow put my male clothing on top of the LBD. I would discreetly get in my car and drive to a large city some distance away where I could abandon my male clothes and pretend that I was a lady, although somewhat not completely feminine because I did not have a wig. There were areas where crossdressing was not all that unusual so I could get away with it. I would also go into a nearby town at night, do the usual remove male clothing and walk around the dark streets in my LBD and heels. Fast forward some years back to civilian and married life, I became a “closet crossdresser” because I knew that my wife would not approve of it at that time. Eventually, she caught me dressed, and still did not like the idea of me imitating a woman but she reluctantly agreed that I could do it in the privacy of our home out of her sight. That has continued to this day, but I am now a widower and can do more openly. I, still with no wig, have been going out shopping without one piece of male clothing on my body and the only reaction I see are some sideward glances from other customers as I make my way thru the women’s clothing section of the stores. I’ve bought 3 maxi dresses recently, one of which, a green dress that I am wearing as I type this. I will be shopping for a wig in the very near future so that I can complete my feminine look as much as possible. I will have a lot to learn about makeup as the only thing I use now is lipstick which is only one little part of the complete look that I want. Jewelry, especially earrings, is not a problem as I have had my ears pierced many years ago and have kept the holes open by wearing earrings at times when I had some privacy. I would show some pictures of my dresses, but I haven’t figured out how to get them here from my iPhone. Maybe later. I hope to be as active as possible here in the future. Norma Michelle
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