This last week temperatures in Seattle reached record highs. Where I live it got up to 107 degrees (41 degrees Celsius for our friends to the North and East). Anyone who has lived in the Northwest a while has grown accustomed to extreme moderation in temperatures – it rarely gets below 30, and rarely peaks above 90. Very few homes have air conditioners, so this bought of overly hot summer brought us sweating and in search of any respite.
Unfortunately this meant I spent as little time as possible in our computer room, which is heated even further by Intel, and missed out on last week’s Crossdressing Website recommendation. We’re back in the saddle this week.
A Crossdressing Forum
This week’s recommendation comes from Laura Evans. It’s a crossdressing forum, and often has valuable resources and provides a place to talk with other crossdressers.
http://www.crossdressers.com A site for discussing all sorts of topics related to crossdressing with other crossdressers. Topics range from clothing, makeup, going out in public, coming out to the spouse or others, etc… It is a moderated site with rules for participation. There is a section for partners and a photo gallery. There is more to it check it out.
Thanks for your recommendation Laura! If you have a site you’d like to recommend to others, please send me an email: firstname.lastname@example.org with your femme name (so I can give you credit), as well as a paragraph or two description of the site.
Keep cool, and remember to wear sunscreen!
I use Bare Escentuals mineral makeup as my sunscreen. The foundation includes an SPF15 sunblock. It’s the only sunscreen I’ve found that doesn’t cause me to break out – give it a try if your sunscreen doesn’t agree with your skin.
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