- 1. Do you see yourself from a distance, such as looking over your shoulder or from outside the location you’re imagining - which is third person.
- 2. Do you see out from within the you in your imagination, that is, you don’t see your total self (except in a mirror, of course) but you see your arms, hands, etc., or you look around or you see others - which is first person.
- 3. You don’t fantasize at all
- 4. You’ve never thought about this aspect until now.
- 5. You’ve had the chance to do live action fantasy role playing as a female character with others
- 6. Some other response not mentioned. (but please do!)
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Hi, girls! Here’s a little poll that’s sort of different. If you’ve ever imagined or fantasized about going out dressed whether you’re a crossdresser or transgendered, how do you view yourself? I will admit that for most of the time, for me, it’s a third person/third party fantasy, in that I imagine myself dressed, but it’s like I’m looking at myself from a few feet away. I think it’s harder to put yourself to be fully within the fantasy only seeing parts of yourself, as you look outward. But I wonder if that can be a little more satisfying – knowing, of course, that fantasies will never fully take the place of real-life experiences.
A little side note, as I’ve mentioned, I’ve had ‘published’ about 20 cd/tg stories on fictionmania, some from a third person view where the action takes place to and around characters in the story, whether awake or asleep, while the other stories are from a first-person narrative where it’s all strictly actions and thoughts of the main character and associated re-actions by others, and only when the main character is aware. Yet even in those, if I put myself into that role as I’m writing, as it were, I’m still mostly imagining being outside that person’s body.
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