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Firstly, I am not telling or suggesting that people that do not want to, are not ready to or have reasons to not go in public dressed en femme should.
Yesterday was another step for me. As some of you know, I am in the process of getting separated from my spouse. Part of the process, for me moving on is to get out and do things. I don’t always have someone to do these activties with. I need to get comfortable going out on my own.
Yesterday I went to a lacrosse playoff game on my own. There probably were about 10,000 in attendance. From the time I entered the facility to the time I left, I did not feel that all eyes were on me or that I didn’t belong.
Some of you are totally gorgeous and people would have a difficult time imagining you as a male. Most of us, although beautiful, have male traits that let people know that we are crossdressers. I fit into column B but think I am a better looking female than male.
What I am getting at is, the more of us that get out in public, the less unusual it is for others and the more accepting the general public could be towards us. Even of the general public is not accepting, it could become more comfortable for us while out in public which is as much our right as any other individual.
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