How do you explain this thing that compels us to dress in female clothes? How do you explain how relaxed you are when you dress? Don’t worry I’m not going to try to explain it because I don’t know either. What I do know is I have thrown away so many clothes thinking that I can cure this urge and that a new partner or just plain positive thinking will get rid of this persona. We all know it won’t go away.

There are too many variations of crossdressing to discuss in a simple article. And I’m not looking for the Noble Peace Prize for solving it either. I love to wear women’s clothes. I’m a tranny, crossdresser, transvestite, or maybe I’m just ‘My Second Me.’ What upsets me now is I have done this on my own for so long. Thankfully, things do move on. Thank God for the internet, now I don’t have to pay a fortune for crossdressing magazines. When I was younger, I spent a small fortune buying fetish magazines dedicated to crossdressing.

My first marriage did not break up because of my dressing. It was not hidden, but it was not shared. ‘My Second Me’ or, rather my dresses, lived in a suitcase in the loft and we didn’t discuss it. When the marriage hit the rocks, it did come up in conversation at marriage counselling. I explained that when I dressed, I was able to solve problems and completely relax. The counsellor said to my wife that she should perhaps try sharing it. She suggested we buy satin pyjamas for me to wear, but she refused. It certainly was not helpful when the female counsellor said “Well, to be honest, I’m actually jealous of you having that comfort. I wish I had something like that to help me relax.’’

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My second wife liked my dressing in the beginning: it was kinky, it added spice and she liked to be in control. She admitted that she was bisexual when she was younger. This seemed to help in a strange way. Then we had kids and guess what? ‘My Second Me’ went back in the suitcase and up to the loft. Everything changed. She announced that the kids needed a real father, not someone who wore women’s clothes. This was ironic because she really loved me when I was dressed and we shared those kinky evenings together.

I had a female friend that I met at work 9 years ago. I have no idea why, but one day I decided to tell her about my dressing over a coffee. She is American and highly intelligent. Her reaction blew me away. She said, ‘Ok, so you like to dress in women’s clothes?’ I was lost for words for the first time ever. I found that I didn’t have to explain myself to her. I don’t know why, but she understood.

Two years ago, I was talking to a friend. He said he had been writing adult stories and publishing them on the internet. He said he did it for relaxation when his marriage broke up. We discussed it at great length, and he told me he was now earning good money by publishing his stories. It was ironic because my second marriage had just failed. I told my American friend about the stories he was writing and she said I would be good at it and should try doing one. So I did and sent it to my friend and he loved it. As a result, I am now writing crossdressing stories on the internet and have a small fan base. How funny is that?

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So maybe things really do happen for a reason. My American friend is now my partner. She loves when I dress and it all feels like it’s just normal. It’s sad that it’s taken so long to finally be free.

Ladies, accept your other self. The thing is you’re dead for a very long time. Don’t get to 65 and have regrets. As soon as you accept your other self, you will be so much happier.

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skippy1965 Cynthia
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3 years ago

Fiona
Thank you for writing what so many of us feel. Like you I thought my needs would go away after I got married but they only intensified as I got older. Congratulations on finding your place-I hope one day ll be able to do the same!
Cyn

Anastasia Irish
Duchess
Member
3 years ago

Fiona
Thank you so much for the great read. This article touched me deep inside. I know a lot of us have similar stories but to hear that there are successful ones really makes me hopeful. Thank you and I look forward to more.
Anastasia

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Sandi
3 years ago

All of us are on different journeys, separate, and also a part of one another’s. I have never felt The inner joy and peace as a man, that I feel when I am in “en femme”. Mmmmm!

Yvonne
Yvonne
3 years ago

I want to briefly commit on this wonderful website and I will be posting much more after this, thank you for your attention.

Olivia Faye Marie
Active Member
3 years ago

Fiona, you have made me curious. where do you publish these stories?

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Janet
3 years ago

Ty sooo much for sharing. I absolutely love the time I get to spend as a woman. So relaxing and rewarding. I enjoy every aspect of transforming myself into Janet. I’ve become such a nail polish girl.

Janet

Rozalyne Richards
Rozalyne Richards
3 years ago

Hi fiona guess what I’m 65 on the 25th of may and I’ve been cross dressing most off my life all in secret, I’m like most of the people on here i started when i was about 8 or 9 years old i thought that i was some sort of freak too, i got married to see if it would ” cure me” as if i had some sort of illness but it’s not an illness it’s just me being me, I do have regret’s that I’ve not come out of the closet to my family maybe I’m scared of… Read more »

Yvonne
Yvonne
3 years ago

A lot of this text, I can relate to. And I’m also 66 years old and I have been wearing women’s clothes since I was in Jr. high school, after High school I enlisted in the United states Navy, during the Vietnam era, during the “don’t ask don’t tell ” and I had two friends that lived just as I was, but one of them decided to go into town fully En femmen and got beat up very badly and had to be discharged, I returned to civilian life and have been living as Yvonne to this very day.

Dame Veronica Graunwolf
Active Member

Fiona…..thank you for sharing your thoughts with us. It seems that society has a plan all mapped out as to how we should live our lives. We are taught from infancy how we should be and behave. It takes years for us to realize that there are alternatives out there. I was trained to be a man and act accordingly to that script. Years later I discovered that I do not have to be that way. So, I explored a few options and found that I like being a girl….being a man was hard and very painful at times: and… Read more »

Wanda Silver
Member
3 years ago

I just joined a couple of groups and find it soooo relaxing to dress and go about my daily chores.
Just the freedom of wearing women’s clothes makes me want to get up each morning and look forward to being a girl. I also have become a mani/pedi freak.
I love how it feels to have colorful toenails and fingernails that I constantly get great comments.
Shopping for cute sandals, skirts, and camis is so much fun. Hope everyone is enjoying their day.

Terri
Duchess
Active Member
3 years ago

Thank you Fiona for a great article. I will be 70 soon and my need to be my femme self is stronger than ever.

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