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My very first memory of donning women’s clothing was at age 8 when I stripped & wore a cousin’s petticoat. Later I began wearing my mother’s full slips & using her lipstick for “fantasy trips” when alone at home. By the age of 12, I played with pastel colored bath towels & imagined they were skirts. I vividly remember strutting in them, sitting & crossing my legs as a girl would and just shivering at the sensations running through my entire body. It was about this time I first shaved my legs and felt wonderfully girlie with my pretty pink, aqua or baby blue towel skirts and lipstick. My mother caught on but never said a word about her rapidly declining lipstick or my shaven legs. She shocked me, though, by purchasing a couple of terry cloth shower wraps with buttons at the waist and a pocket. These became my skirts & my fantasies of dressing as a girl continued. The wraps came to just above my knees. I strutted around the house, when home alone, with lipstick & an old shoulder bag of my mother’s not in use. The sensations were just overwhelming. This was as far as I could go at the time but, but at age 14 I knew without doubt I wanted to dress fully as a girl. It took several years before realizing that dream but the parts were in place early on.
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