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As some of you know, I have only recently joined this forum. Forgive me if this comes out as something of a ramble because it’s quite hard to organise my thoughts on this. I have been dressing since my mid teens (a good number of years ago now) and absolutely no one is aware of it and I have never spoken to another soul about it.
Yet, here I am now on a forum, about to talk about who I am to a group of strangers.
I’ve no idea why I started dressing. I think at first it was because I wanted to feel what the clothes felt like. I found it a exciting to dress. I guess I still do. I have heard users on here from what I’ve read call it “the pink fog” and I think this is a highly accurate description of what it feels like. I can go months or, have in the past, gone years without dressing, all though I have had a thought or two from time to time. Then, all of a sudden, it seems to take over.
I have only ever dressed in private and never to a very deep level of transformation. Clothes, a little make up and a wig is about the limit of it. In the past I did have a female mask which makes it so much easier as you don’t have to try to get the look. I could never go out dressed like some of you amazing ladies on here do. Believe me, with my height and shape, I couldn’t pass for a lady even if it was only in a room of blind women.
I’m quite comfortable with who I am. I don’t feel as if I’ve been born in to the wrong body but at the same time, I often fantasise about what it would be like to live as a women, if even for a short while.
As for my sexuality, I have only ever slept with women but if I was ever pressed I think I would have to say that my feelings are that, I could be considered bi-sexual. I’m curious to know but not so much that it’s something I feel I have to do to be complete.
Though I don’t want to talk about my private life, it’s enough to say I’m very, very happy.
I feel incredibly nervous about typing all of this and at the same time, strangely excited by it.
I know it’s a random stream of thoughts but it is who I am.
Thanks for reading it. Sara. X.
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