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      Lexie Trask
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      Registered On: August 9, 2020
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      Hi Lexie…

      Is peirceing your ears out of the equation ?

      Gen ❤

      When I mentioned having my ears pierced a couple of years ago as my birthday present. She was absolutely, 100% against it. At the time she didn’t know I am a cross dresser. Last year, I told her I was a cross dresser, and she then called me a deviant.

      althought I would love to get my ears pierced, it won’t be for a while, until I get up the courage to just do it and my wife will have to deal with that decision.

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      Genevïéve
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      Registered On: July 28, 2020
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      Hi Lexie…

      Is peirceing your ears out of the equation ?

      Gen ❤

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      Wendy Swift
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      Registered On: May 11, 2020
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      I don’t have pierced ears and solely use clip ons.

      I have 2 pairs of the metal clip ons, and they hurt like nobody’s business, and that is only after 30 seconds.

      I found a really good clip that you can wear all day long and it feels like nothing at all.  It is a small plastic loop that clips over the ear lopes.  There is a small hole for the wire earrings to go into, and then you wear these clip ons over the ear lopes.  I bought a bag of 50 for around $5 or $10.

      There is also the same plastic loop clip ons for stud earrings as well.

      Anything that is metal and clips to the ears will hurt in a short amount of time, even if there is cushioning on the metal clips as the spring part is quite tight  (it is almost like metal points pinching the ear lobe).

      I found the plastic loop clip ons by accident when I stumbled across “japanese clip on earrings”.

       

      Where did you buy these?

      I bought them all from amazon, the seller’s name is Pretty Smart.

       

       

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      Jill Marshall
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      Registered On: June 28, 2020
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      Though I have no idea of any answers, I like this question a lot! I’d love to buy earrings from the same sites I get my dresses from, but alas they are all for pierced ears which I don’t have.

      Though not the question asked, to work around this I recommend Anne Klein, good selection of clip ons and affordable.

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      • #482443
        Lexie Trask
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        Registered On: August 9, 2020
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        Dear Jill,

        thank you very much for your recommendation! I will definitely look up Anne Klein earrings!

        I do prefer large hoop earrings, but am open to see what else looks good on me.

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      Lexie Trask
      Princess
      Registered On: August 9, 2020
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      I don’t have pierced ears and solely use clip ons.

      I have 2 pairs of the metal clip ons, and they hurt like nobody’s business, and that is only after 30 seconds.

      I found a really good clip that you can wear all day long and it feels like nothing at all.  It is a small plastic loop that clips over the ear lopes.  There is a small hole for the wire earrings to go into, and then you wear these clip ons over the ear lopes.  I bought a bag of 50 for around $5 or $10.

      There is also the same plastic loop clip ons for stud earrings as well.

      Anything that is metal and clips to the ears will hurt in a short amount of time, even if there is cushioning on the metal clips as the spring part is quite tight  (it is almost like metal points pinching the ear lobe).

      I found the plastic loop clip ons by accident when I stumbled across “japanese clip on earrings”.

       

      Where did you buy these?

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      Wendy Swift
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      Registered On: May 11, 2020
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      I don’t have pierced ears and solely use clip ons.

      I have 2 pairs of the metal clip ons, and they hurt like nobody’s business, and that is only after 30 seconds.

      I found a really good clip that you can wear all day long and it feels like nothing at all.  It is a small plastic loop that clips over the ear lopes.  There is a small hole for the wire earrings to go into, and then you wear these clip ons over the ear lopes.  I bought a bag of 50 for around $5 or $10.

      There is also the same plastic loop clip ons for stud earrings as well.

      Anything that is metal and clips to the ears will hurt in a short amount of time, even if there is cushioning on the metal clips as the spring part is quite tight  (it is almost like metal points pinching the ear lobe).

      I found the plastic loop clip ons by accident when I stumbled across “japanese clip on earrings”.

       

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    • #482162
      Terri Brown
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      Registered On: February 2, 2021
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      I got some from Claire”s  3 pair for about $4.00 , Amazon 4-6 pair for $6.00 and up , Walmart 6 pair for $13   Hopes that what you want got several pair to convert to clipon

       

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