Note: This article is a continuation of my previous article. Enjoy sisters!

After my Daddy accepted me being a CD, everything changed for the better. We now have a new respect and understanding for one another. My Daddy felt I should reveal that I’m a CD to my Mommy as well. So back in January of 2021, she visited my Daddy and me for one week at my place. On January 11, 2021, I decided to reveal Revel to my Mommy! I remember that I wore a cute fuzzy snowman dress and a red knit hat. My Mommy was in the living room waiting with her eyes closed, and my Daddy was sitting alongside her. Then I walked out and said “open your eyes for a surprise” and when she opened them, she was amazed and said “wow” then I said “hello Mommy, my name is Revel” and she had a great big smile on her face! Afterward, I came back out and wore my best red dress, my red felt hat with roses on the side, and presented her a rose for having acceptance in her heart. Later on in the evening, I showed her my beautiful CD bathroom and modeled some more outfits. My Mommy was happy for me because not only she always wanted another daughter, but she could tell how happy and radiant I became when I’m Revel. Before she left, I gave her a Christmas stocking with a dark red embroidered “R” on it so she could remember her daughter Revel. At the time, my sibling sister didn’t know about Revel so when she questioned what the “R” meant on the stocking, my Mommy told her that it meant “rejoice” and I thought that was touching. My sibling sister has a difficult time keeping a secret so at first, my Mommy thought it would be best to keep me being a CD a secret, but after giving it more thought, she felt it was best to tell my sibling sister that she has a beautiful sister. The old saying is “Mother knows best” so on August 11, 2021, I finally decided to reveal Revel to my sibling sister…

My sister decided to take a trip by herself to visit my Daddy and me at my place. When my sister arrived, and I saw her standing outside by her car, I ran up to her and gave her a great big hug. It was great to see her. We had a pizza and relaxed a while. It wasn’t Halloween so just like with my Mommy, I had to be cautious. I asked her the same question that I asked my Mommy. How do you feel about the LGBTQ community, specifically transgender people? Are you okay with crossdressers and transgenders? She explained that she’s a Christian, and shouldn’t judge them because no matter what she thought, they’re going to do what they want to anyway. She further explained that she knows some transgender people, and clearly knew the difference between a CD and a TG. After I knew that she was okay with them, I had her promise not to tell anyone what she was about to see without my permission. Then after the discussion, I decided to jog down the road awhile to get some fresh air and clear my mind. My sister was so curious as to what was going on, she met me on the road before I got back home, but she didn’t push to find out more. After we went back to my place, it was time for the revealing! I put on my best red dress, my red felt hat with the roses on the side, wore red lipstick, had nice shaved legs, and I was wearing black high heels. My makeup and outfit looked perfect. When it was time to go out, I had my Daddy cover her eyes. So I walked out in front of her, and she said “I hear high heels” and I said my line “open your eyes for a surprise” and when Daddy took his hands off her eyes, she looked at me and said “whoa” followed by “wow” and was breathless! I said “hello sister, we finally meet” and Daddy said “tell your sister your name” and I said “my name is Revel” and explained to her that the word “revel” means intense enjoyment or great pleasure. I explained to her that I have been cross-dressing since July 11, 2018. My sister later explained that she wasn’t only impressed by how I looked, but how I acted. When she was looking at me, she didn’t think of just a man wearing women’s clothing, she felt a radiant personality – completely different than my male persona. She explained that she always wanted a sister, and she was jealous because I had a better shape than her. However, we both decided to have a photoshoot and pose while our Daddy took pictures. Later on in the evening, she called our Mommy so we could video chat on her cell phone, and she was so touched to see her two daughters finally together. It was such a memorable occasion. After only two days, my sister had to leave to go back to the Twin Cities for an appointment. I thanked her before she left for having acceptance in her heart, send my love to our Mommy, and mentioned I thought this would bring us closer together. At the parting, I was dressed up wearing a cute cowgirl outfit. I had on a black hat, white blouse, black bib shorts, and dark red leather boots. Before she drove away, she blew me a kiss, and I blew one back. As she drove away, I waved my hat with a tear in my eye, and I’m looking forward to her return. I love my sister. She plans on losing weight, and Revel will be her role model to help motivate her. In the future, we plan on doing more photoshoots together. I’m a lucky girl to have such a loving family with acceptance in their hearts. Our parents are happy to know about my sister accepting her sister.

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Not only my immediate family has acceptance in their hearts, but I also feel that CDH is my family as well. We help and learn from one another. Joining CDH is one of the best decisions that I ever made, and I truly feel accepted here not only as a member but as a sister. Thank you sisters for making me feel like you are my family too. If you enjoyed my article, please leave a kind comment below, or take the time to answer one or more of the questions I’ve posed to you below:

  • How many of your immediate family members have you shared your secret of your thrill of crossdressing?
  • Were they all accepting of your crossdressing or were some family members not accepting of your crossdressing?
  • Would you like to share a specific individual reaction from one or more of your immediate family members with me?

Thank you all so very much for reading my story and I so look forward to your responses to my story or to my questions noted above!

Sincerely, Revel

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I've been a crossdresser for over two years. My "CD Anniversary" as I call it is on July 11, 2018. I was going through kind of a midlife crisis until I listened to some advice from actor Bill Duke on loving himself and yourself. This excellent advice changed my life. It was the best advice that I ever heard. I started loving myself and having a new respect for myself. I eventually got into cross-dressing, and it changed my life for the best. My elderly "Daddy" has acceptance in his heart. We have a unique relationship, and a new respect and understanding for one another. This all started on Halloween 2020. I wrote a story about it, and it's been published under "Hodgepodge" here at CDH. In fact, both of my parents (Mommy and Daddy) have acceptance in their hearts, and are 100% supportive. I have my own place out in the country, and it's a quiet, private, and peaceful life. It's like a piece of Heaven!

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Alice Black
Duchess
Active Member
1 month ago

Liked your article. I have an older sister who is a retired psychologist. She is accepting and views this as a hobby. She also told me that she would even accept me if I ever transistioned to female which I will not do as I have too many health issues. She also told me that if I go out, be out in public places and be safe. That is good advice.

Cassie Jayson
Duchess
Active Member
1 month ago

Hi Rev. Just wanted to share that I am out to all my family. The way it happened for me was a little different. I am divorced ( nothing to do with CD), due to financial problems we are still sharing the house. One afternoon I accidently let my X find out – she caught me wearing one of her old bras and some new black flats I had recently purchased. The first thing she did was to tell our 3 grown kids. The following weeks she threatened to tell my 4 brothers. To head off the angst with my… Read more »

Trisha Lilly Hibbert
Baroness
Active Member
1 month ago

Hi Revel, I came out to my parents and sister all in one very emotional night and my best friend the night before. A few months later I told my 2 nieces and little brother all under 15. Everyone has accepted me. I’m a 24/7 gal and only know one person who’d id describe as transphobic, my best friends very antisocial dad.

Samara Wilson
Baroness
1 month ago

Rev, it is such a refreshing story. It is great to hear how, not only were your family members accepting, they sounded genuinely happy for you! It wasn’t like, ok, we aren’t really crazy about it, but we won’t judge you or hold it against you. The photo shoot with your sister sounded so fun! I’m sure it was such a relief when you found out how happy your, Mommy, Daddy and Sister were for you. Hopefully, this will help some of us come out to a friend or family member that we would like to tell. Wonderful article!!

Donna
Member
1 month ago

Loved it Rev so happy for you and all that support your choice. Like myself have full support from my parents and all other relatives and friends. on my choice. Know when told my mother she cried saying going to lose a son but gain a daughter. Something remember hearing when growing up that they wanted a daughter and would have named me Donna if was a girl . But named me Don. Thank you Rev for sharing.
Donna

Donna
Member
1 month ago
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Thank you Rev felt that name Donna be special for mother and knew back at the beginning would be Donna then.
Donna

Brianna Rose
Duchess
1 month ago

Hi Revel,

Thank you so much for sharing your experience and unveiling of your feminine self to your sister. Like your name, I’m sure it was intense, joyful, and exhilarating! Revealing yourself to your family can be both disquiet and a sense of liberation all at the same moment. Way to go girlfriend for stepping out and taking this step! Expressing to us your continued journey will definitely help some of us make, what seems mammoth, an important leap to tell our friends and family. Thank you for continuing to share and support your sisters. Big hug from me…Brianna

Jenna Stone
Active Member
1 month ago

Revel. I loved your article. It took a lot of courage to come out to your parents and sister. Sounds like it brought you two closer together. That is the wonderful part of this article, bringing two sisters together! It brought a smile to my face and love in my heart. Thank You for sharing with all of your sister here at CDH. Hugs

KHeart
Member
1 month ago

Thank you for sharing this with us Revel. It’s soo great that you have told your family and they have had such a great reaction. I myself haven’t told any of my immediate family except my wife. We are thinking of telling her sister who I get one really well with, but as far as people on my side, I’m not sure how they’d react. They are a little too ‘traditional’ in their views, so it may not be the most pleasant experience. I don’t know… maybe one day I will tell them.

Marian Andersen
Active Member
24 days ago

Rev,
Good article!! One can feel your tenderness towards your sister and the great happiness you feel for her acceptance. Sounds like you two should become very close as sisters!
From your other sis,
Marian ❤

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