Just a guy wearing women’s fashions

“Why do women get all the fun fashions and what’s wrong if a guy like me wears them”, I often wonder.

Searching the internet, I’ve found lots of websites targeted towards CD or TS individuals.  There seem to be only a few references to guys, like me, who simply like wearing women’s fashions, but have no desire to pass as a woman.  This feeling has no explanation, no matter how much I think about it or try to research it.

Simply, I love the way women’s fashions look, and I have this deep, inherent desire to wear those fashions, from heels and flats, to mesh tops and lace tops, to cute party dresses and formal dresses, to exquisite lingerie.  I have no interest in makeup or wigs, I really like my guy face and how it challenges people’s thoughts when they see me dressed up in women’s clothing.

It took me a long time to admit that I was actually a crossdresser.  I often thought of myself as just a guy who likes to “try on women’s clothes”.  At first, the term crossdresser seemed to me as reserved for someone who really wanted to look like a woman.  042716 cdh angel b

With no interest in transitioning, my daily struggle is how to be true to myself while trying to make sure most of my world doesn’t know that I’m a crossdresser.

Advice, comments, questions, email are all welcome.  I’m just hoping to hear if any of have had similar experiences and struggles, or know someone like me, “Just a guy wearing women’s fashions.”

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Hi all :). I’m thrilled to have found this site; I’ve enjoyed reading your post Lea, and all the successive comments by everybody. I’m actually a straight cisgender (?) woman. I’m just learning the terms. However, I’m here because at 48 I have two young boys, special needs, one who likes to wear girls clothes, the other I found (after gentle non-leading questions) feels ‘like a girl inside’, and really doesn’t like being called a boy. He (she?) is 6, my CD is 8. Fairly certain my CD is just that, but after hearing (brother) say he feels like a… Read more »

Danielle(Dani)
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Michelle, I do applaud you for being here and for being understanding and wanting to learn about it. I know my mother did not react anywhere near in that manner and it further strained our already poor relationship forever. I did want to say that in my search for information I have stumbled onto a forum or two that was just of mom’s of CD’s. It seems they may have primarily been in England. They were mostly positive and supportive conversations. I only perused a conversation or two and was not able to join as I am not a mom.… Read more »

romi chambers
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Let them wear what the heart desires ,love all around will be doubled

romi chambers
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Just buy them some girl underclothes panties slips training bra if they would like it could be worn under male clothes there are also sites like homme mysterre that caters to crossdressers also on amazon and ebay also just a thought hope it helps

Stefanie
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Stefanie

i too just like the clothes
i like the way they look on my athletic build
i dont want a wig or femme make up though i d like to try some eyliner
tight jeans peep toe platforms bras nice shirt or sweater that would be me if i could and i love the way my feet look with polish
men need polish more than women it makes youe feet look way better

i m with you the clothes are the draw

Codille Benton
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Great Article Lea!!!!! Just found a FB page that was about mens fashion with a female twist. If the site is solid I will share!

Danielle(Dani)
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Lea, To the topic at hand. I made a post on Quora recently. Someone asked what articles of women’s clothing could a male get away with wearing without being noticed. To back up a little, I’m a fairly observant person. I went back to college late in life and while on that journey I noticed one day that one of my classmates was in his business suit for a presentation and while sitting down his pant legs raised up and exposed his droopy socks and bare ankles. I found this to be tacky and unprofessional. I turned to men’s style… Read more »

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