As some of you may know I’m pretty new to all this and the openness of it all. I thank you for making me feel comfortable and welcome here on this wonderful site.
I run a bar in Yorkshire, England, I have been a closet dresser for many years but in the last few months have become much more open , I’ve been out in public a few times and now present my quiz night totally en femme. Must admit to mostly good comments only the odd negative remark.
I love Sally, I’m proud of Sally, I really feel happy when she’s out to play, and want the whole world to meet her. With this in mind, I took a huge step last week and decided I would work on the bar as Sally on a night when we have live music.
I felt happy in myself and loved the experience, maybe it didn’t suit all of the customers, some didn’t even recognise me and thought Sally was a new staff member. The one thing I was nervous about was the fact that we have a resonably regular transgender girl come to the pub and I was worried that if she came in while I was Sally she would feel as uncomfortable as I would and think I was poking fun.
Well to my shock Christine walked in and didn’t realise who I was. Once she was told , she was so amazing and supportive , we swapped numbers and she has offered me advice and if I need a shoulder to cry on she’s there. We’re going to arrange a night out together etc.
My nerves were totally unfounded and I’m happy to feel part of this special group no family. Let’s support each other and then we can all be happy and accepted to the world.
I suppose an old saying comes to mind
I’m not weird or strange, I’m a limited edition.
Love to you all
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