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This morning I slipped into a chemise over my newly showered and shaved naked body. Don’t worry! It’s not that sort of post. It got me thinking about how we experience our feminine identity.
Slipping on something feminine is a trigger that releases our feminine nature. Our male identity fades into the background, as we become the woman we are or aspire to be. It is a very powerful stimulus. The more female the article is, the more powerful the feelings that it releases. In my case it’s lingerie and shoes.
As I slipped on the silky chemise my perception of myself was so strong that I transformed into a female version of my biological body. Excuse the awkwardness of my phraseology; I am finding it difficult to get the right words out that do justice to the emotional context of what I am trying to say. The maleness of my body faded away as my female identity took over. My skin felt softer. My arms hung looser, my whole body relaxed it’s muscle tone, and a calmness washed over me. And it felt good too.
My positive “femme reinforcement loop” kicked in. I can feel the thin straps across my shoulders, which look smooth and soft. There is no indication of their male width. One strap slips down; I automatically flip it back up. Joy. Another female response to add to the 10,000 I need to build a new neural pathway in my feminised brain.
I feel the lightness and soft caress of the material. There is no male equivalent of this experience. Y-fronts just don’t do it.
Also my female memory map has kicked in. I automatically stand and move as the female I am. I walk past a mirror and glance at myself. I don’t see a man in a slip. I see a woman in a lovely purple chemise with a lacy hem and lace around the bust area. I love the way it glides over my skin as I pass by. This visual feedback reinforces my femininity and adds to the neural pathway tally I need to rewire my brain.
Sorry about my stumbling words. I hope I have managed to get across something of the joy I experienced just doing something as simply feminine as putting on a chemise.
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