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50yo married CD into dresses, slips, formal gowns, women’s business suits, longline bras, thigh highs and heels. Love dressing but its a fun/fetish thing, I have no plans to become a woman, live as one etc. I’m comfortable as a part time girl so I guess its a hobby 🙂
I’ve been dressing since I was about 12 years old, I think it was maybe 6th grade if I recall correctly. In those pre internet days I was all confused and figured that I must be the only one in the world doing that kind of thing, and it lead to a good deal of angst. When I hit college I read a bunch of books on crossdressing and transvestism, and that helped me realize I wasn’t the only one, but they were still pretty clinical looks at the whole thing. It wasn’t until the early 90’s and the old AOL dial up days that I realized there really were a lot more guys out there dressing than I realized!
I did the usual roller coaster of dress, buy clothes, and purge over the years and have gone through a few good purges. This last one lasted a good 5 years. Not that I didn’t dress at all during that time but I was mostly borrowing my wife’s clothes and wasn’t dressing fully. The itch came back strong though and I’ve rebuilt my own wardrobe, wigs, heels and everything else.
About 2 years ago I finally told my wife that I dressed. I was terrified to do so, and really didn’t know how she’d react. I feared what it would do to our marriage, but I was miserable and couldn’t hide it anymore. As it turns out, she is absolutely the strongest and most amazing woman I know! She’s been immensely supportive, more so than I deserve, and more so than I could ever ask her to be. It’s still a private thing for me, but at least now the most important person in my life knows, like she should have all along. I can’t even express how grateful I am to her and to have her in my life. For the first time in years I feel at peace, not having the burden of hiding this part of my life from her.
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