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    Alicen Thairms
    Registered On: July 15, 2019
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    A couple of weeks back I had the chance to dress when my SO went out to a concert for the evening.  I had planned a nice walk around the town, but the weather had changed to cold and wet; rather frustrated I couldn’t decide on an outfit.  To get me started I put on my favourite nightdress, that cheered me up; then I selected an outfit to wear round the house. As I started to get changed I lost all interest in crossdressing – I put my man clothes back on – I was clear headed and had an inner intensity & glow.

    Has anyone else had the same or similar experience ?

    I spent and hour or so trying to formulate this new feeling.  It was like I had gone up a level in my mind. I could see girl-me and boy-me as part of me – I was in girl-me mode but did not care about how I looked.  I was ‘interior’ Alicen,  the exterior didn’t matter.

    The next chance I had to dress a week later I got changed and had a super time. However I am now more conscious of the ‘interior’ Alicen and how much it has become a large part of who I am 🙂

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      Michaela Anthony
      Registered On: December 29, 2021
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      Good subject Alicen and that would be a “YES” for me but in this way: since I’ve given myself the freedom to adopt casual, near androgynous style female clothes as my daily wear and worn while in male mode, I’ve found the need for going to wigs, dresses, skirts, hose and heels for fulfillment of my need to connect with my femme self to be drastically diminished.  That latter desire is still with me but now it’s mostly just confined to special occasions.

      My stealth female dressing still confounds my wife as she says that my outfits take a fair bit of scrutiny (which rarely comes) for them to be detected as much different from male clothing.  But I tell her that doesn’t matter to me because when I’m dressed as such, I KNOW that I’m in 100% female attire and that makes all the difference in how I FEEL inside of me – and that’s a pretty girly feeling. 🙂

      Now if you can reach that same state of fulfillment and connection without any dressing or other exterior embellishments, then I’d say you have indeed reached  the self-actualization stage as far as your female identification needs are concerned.  Congrats!

      *** Kayla ***

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      Jenny James
      Registered On: February 16, 2022
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      Yes, I think many have had the same feeling. I have often stopped half way while getting dressed and just set it aside. Sometimes it is because I got enough of a girly pick me up and went back to man clothes.

      Like you said it is the one step up feeling that is so wonderful!

      It really took a long time for me to fight the negativity towards myself and really start enjoying the adventure again.  Now I take all of the small victories and just embrace them. It helps if I say things out loud like “man my legs look great in black nylons” or “these sexy heels fit perfectly and look fantastic”.

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