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I thought you may like to hear of my recent events and observations.
On a few occasions recently I have been obliged to go to the city in guy clothes, or ‘drab’ as we used to say. One of these times was to see a dermatologist and so could not wear make-up anyway. Another time was when a friend, who knows nothing about me as Aurora, phoned me unexpectantly one morning to say he would be going to the city and would I like to meet him for lunch. I had planned that day to go into town as I normally would, which is wearing the clothing I actually want to wear.
However, I agreed to meet him as it is not often he goes to the city and he lives a long way from where I do. He is also from England so it is good to talk about old times and the ‘Good Old Days’.
Well, on each and other such occasions of going into town or the city wearing men’s clothing I felt irritated bordering on angry. As much as I enjoyed the lunch with my friend I felt disappointed not to be able to go out dressed that day.
I have also been looking at modular homes and the first couple of times I went there I wore guy clothes.
One day last week I was obliged to go to the bank and the health centre. Naturally I wanted to go for lunch as well but this was in the town where they have not seen me as a guy for almost a year. That being so, I dressed as I normally would in one of my skirt outfits and went into town that way. I have been to the Health Centre with nail polish on, only to be told what a great colour etc. Most women compliment me on my nails. This time when I went in I didn’t know how it would go, however, it went as it normally does and that is that I was treated in the way that I normally am when I go there. Of course, they were calling me by my male name, but before I left I told them my preferred name, which they added to my medical records.
After that, I went to the bank and conducted my business there with much the same results.
On my way home I went to the modular home sales office and was greeted with much delight by the sales lady there. She said, “Wow! You look great today.”
To sum things up then, it is becoming very difficult for me to go out and about wearing masculine clothing.
As always, I would like to thank all the ladies on this site for your support and also hope that this account is of some help for those ladies who are as yet hesitant to go out and about.
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