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Hi everyone, I’m Nancy’s ( from a few posts ago) husband and I love to wear women’s clothes.
It started at puberty. I got curious as to what women’s underwear would feel like and tried some on. I loved it. I managed to gather discarded stuff from a closet at home and late at night or when I was home alone, would try it on.
My parents discovered my stash and wondered if I was gay or wanted to be a woman. They were pretty cool about the whole thing but I was still embarrassed to death. My aunt was a nurse and got me to see one of her friend at the hospital that was a psychiatrist. After listening to me and asking a few questions, he told me that it was normal for boys to experiment.
I stopped for several years altogether. It came back after I got married. My wife went to see her family abroad and I stayed home by myself. Here you go.
Then it stopped again for a long time but in the past few years, I started a new stash.
Then about two weeks ago, I asked her if she would think me weird if I wanted to get men’s underwear that looked more like women’s. She was surprised it even existed but gave me the go ahead.
That started her thinking and, to make it short, she finally discovered my stash and confronted me calmly.
After a bit of panic, I felt an immense relief come over me. That was it, she knew. No more secret.
I told her I liked wearing women’s clothes and that I had always been jealous that women had so much to choose from, even men’s clothes, and all we had was the same thing over and over. I answered her questions completely truthfully, just happy not to have to hide anything anymore.
A lot of questions had to be answered but in the end it all came down to the fact that I wanted to wear women’s clothes from time to time, and she was ok with that.
So am I really a crossdresser? I wear a longish beard that I want to keep, I don’t feel the need to wear makeup and a wig, I tried falsies but except for making some dresses fit better in the chest, they don’t do anything for me (I don’t like bras, they’re too constricting). I don’t have a female name and I speak in my own voice. I just like to wear the clothes.
Do I have a feminine side? Yes, I do. I read romance novels, my favorite movies are Dirty Dancing, Love Actually, When Harry met sally and almost every romantic comedy that was made, and I watch fashion oriented shows on TV.
But I don’t feel the need to look completely like a woman, probably like many of you do.
So here I am. I hope you welcome me just the way I am.
And finally, I would like to thank my wife for being the awesome and understanding being she is. For the past week, communication has been awesome and life wonderful. I promised myself that I would never close myself up to her again and that I would be as open as can be about everything I feel.
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