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    Andi DuBois
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    My SO has a job that in normal circumstances would mean travelling anywhere between two and four days a week giving me ample opportunity to dress during the day as I have been working from home for 10+ years.

    Since COVID hit we have been sharing my home office which has limited me to underdressing, gender neutral clothes and only being able to do more when going out on the essential journey to the supermarket.  To facilliate the latter there is a pair of ballerina pumps and breast forms stashed with the spare wheel under the floor of the car boot.

    SO has been working away from home for two days this week including an overnight stay.

    Guess who forgot to rescue the shoes and forms from the car before they went?

    Very thankful there was no flat tyre or that could have led to an uncomfortable conversation!

    -A

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      I once read a story about a person who was not out to their wife. They went out of the house dressed and were shopping at the store. Didn’t know the wife was going to that store. They pass each other in the aisle at the store! And no the wife did not recognize them! Talk about a panic attack moment!

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      stephanie plumb
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      I know exactly what you mean! I am in a similar position.  The only chance I get these days is when I take our dog out for her walk on a Saturday Morning( wife’s lay in).  I leave home partly underdressed and transform in a safe place en-route to my walking spot.  I have my forms, ankle boots, bag etc. under the boot floor (plenty of room – no spare tyre just an “emergency puncture kit”)

      I live in constant fear that it will be discovered one day.  Taking stuff to and from the car is always slightly risky – it sure keeps me on my toes.   My wife knows I dress (and doesn’t want to know), but doesn’t know I go out in public.

      Stephanie P

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        Cindy Lou
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        It’s so strange to hear you talk about being so afraid, I only know you from here where you project as a strong confident lady.

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          stephanie plumb
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          Afraid that if she finds out I will be banned from going out. (again)

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            Cindy Lou
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            That makes perfect sense, thanks Stephanie.

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