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by theunrealangelawagner

When I posted my photo at the museum last week, it was a picture of me outside the museum. With the photo you see here, I wanted to prove that I actually went inside! LOL. I took lots of pictures, but they’re all pretty much like this one. A selfie with me in the right and one of the exhibits over my shoulder to the left. I also want to relay a funny incident that happened to me during my museum visit. Many of you who go out in public often recount the satisfaction you get when someone calls you “ma’am”. Peggy Sue related such an encounter in her post last Friday. I call it the “ma’am moment”. Well, I had my own ma’am moment at the museum. At one point I was walking past the main kiosk at the front of the museum, and behind me I heard someone say “ma’am”. Yes, I heard it, but after decades of masculine ingraining and pure instinct … I ignored it! At least at first. But after 2 or 3 seconds, I said to myself “Oh. Wait. Do they mean ME?” So I turned around and, sure enough, one of the museum ladies was trying to get my attention. She wanted to tell me about a new exhibit they had. I listened, and then I thanked her. In my male voice. Because that’s the only voice I’ve got. And that was it — we both went our merry way. So what a boost! I had my ma’am moment. Now the next time I go out in public, I’m going to try to get some cute guy to hold a door open for me.


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Angela Wagner

Even as a boy, I thought girl’s clothing was more interesting than boy’s clothing. I dabbled with crossdressing in my early 20’s trying on my sisters’ clothes — but didn’t take it very far because very little fit me. Eventually my attention turned to my career — getting my degree and teaching at a university. So my crossdressing laid dormant for decades. But the itch never totally went away. When I retired, I realized that the time was right to try my hand at crossdressing again. Except this time I got serious. The internet provided me with women’s apparel that actually fit me — and delivered it to my front door. YouTube taught me how to apply makeup and other tricks to feminize my appearance. And I had the time and freedom to experiment. The result is that I was able to create Angela, a woman whose beauty and femininity exceeded my wildest expectations. I’m sorry if that sounds vain, but I’ll never forget the first time I saw her in the mirror, fully realized, staring back at me. What a rush! If only my 20-something self could see me now! I joined Crossdresser Heaven about three months after I got back into crossdressing, and it changed my life. The support and love I feel from this community has given me the confidence and courage to take my crossdressing to the next level. I have now begun to go out in public as Angela — something that I honestly thought I would never do when I began my crossdressing journey. If only my 6-month-ago self could see me now! So where do I go from here? I truly don’t know — and that’s what excites me the most.

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    Emma Adler
    Active Member
    2 months ago

    I’m so happy for you, Angela! You’re doing it!

    Alexandra Forbes
    Active Member
    2 months ago

    Excellent! You look sensational and I’m glad you survived this bear encounter 😀

    Dana Munson
    2 months ago

    Hey, Angela! I am sort of your neighbor – I live in the San Fernando Valley. My dad lived in San Bernardino as a kid and I can still recall visits to my grandparents there. Anyway, congrats on your successful museum visit. Was it the L.A Co. Museum of Natural History, perchance? (That bear looks a bit familiar . . .)

    Fiona Black
    Trusted Member
    2 months ago

    It is always a rush to get referred to as “ma’am” or a “lady”, have a door held open for you or have drivers stop to let you cross. I never get tired of it.

    Gemma Lovegood
    Active Member
    2 months ago

    Girl, looking like that, I’ll hold a door open for you, and pull your dinner chair out anytime!! As we say in the south, “Yes, ma’am!!”

    I so love that you are sharing these stories and insight with us. As you already know, I live vicariously through these stories, and I treasure your friendship immensely. But it’s something special that you are making your dreams come true, and not letting fear get the best of you. Can’t wait to see every photo, and hear every story. Always, Gemma

    Marie Chandler
    Trusted Member
    2 months ago

    What a fun adventure! Your makeup looks great.

    Noble Member
    2 months ago

    How wonderful for you. I wish I had a female voice, but I never take the time to practice and most people I interact with know me anyway so why bother

    Rozalyn Richards
    Trusted Member
    2 months ago

    Well done Angela it must have made your day, I would watch out for that bear behind you though X
    Hugs Rozalyn X

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