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I don’t remember a time in my life when I didn’t want to dress up, besides purging and making myself feel terrible about the whole thing. Growing up with these feelings was hard and not knowing what they ment. I just assumed I was supposed to be a girl because of the things I liked. The was the only logical conclusion I could come up with back then, and these thought made me question everything. I have only had straight relationship my whole life, but these thoughts made me think that I couldnt be straight and love to dress feminine. These thoughts made me think the only way to be happy is to transition, I had convinced myself that this is the only logical end. Until I met my now wife, who I had told about my crossdressing only weeks into dating. I hadn’t had a girlfriend for 2 years prior to this, because I want to meet the right girl. I didn’t want to be with some one that didn’t love me for exactly who I am. So I told her early on in our relationship that I was a crossdresser, and their were a lot of hard talks and still are a lot of hard talks. Being open is one of the best parts of our relationship. That has made all of the difference in our relationship. We have been married for 5 years now and I’m in such a better place because of her.
I like being a guy and I love dressing up feminine, and I’m learning to balance the two of them. It was a very hard thing to understand that there can be a happy medium between the two of them. I wanted to share this because it put my heart at ease to come to this realization, and I hope it helps other. Things can get better in being true to yourself, and having such an amazing community to talk with. Thank you all!!
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