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    Kelly Terry
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    Registered On: February 26, 2018
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    I have no interest/plans on going full time dressed but for reasons I wrote in another post about coping with my wife’s sickness I have been dressing a lot and I’m now out to just about everyone, at least I’m not hiding it from anyone.

    At first I did “warn” some people before meeting them but now I don’t even do that. It is coming health care workers, delivery people, internet repair support and so on and I just meet them dressed. No one ever said anything or even looked like they felt uncomfy seeing me, they at most take a second look, maybe more because even when casual I’m way over jeans and t-shirt.

    I guess it all depends on where you live and who you socialise with but I guess what I want to say is that you don’t need to be afraid, the risk that you get beaten up is less than the risk that you enjoy it.

    /kt

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      Cassie Jayson
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      Registered On: September 29, 2019
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      Kelly, you are right most people don’t care, so you be you. I don’t think most of us have to be worried about being beat up, UNLESS we go to certain areas and some places at night.
      . Cassie

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      Kelly Terry
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      Registered On: February 26, 2018
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      If you’re in a place that has no LBGTG legal protections you can be fired from your job.

      Sounds like a bad place to live in, but then I know that in lots of places in US you can be fired for any or no reason at all, some “at will” employment.

      /kt

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      Celeste Starre
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      Registered On: June 26, 2018
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      Yes and no.  I does depend on where you live. If you’re in a place that has no LBGTG legal protections you can be fired from your job.

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        Michelle B
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        Registered On: July 12, 2022
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        It is sad that there are communities that allow something like that to happen.
        If you live in a community like that, I feel really sad for you and pray that something will change.

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