There is an event that I believe all young crossdressers should have someday: “Sweet Sixteen.”
Many of these parties are currently in style; a ritual to begin the transition to adulthood.
The photo that illustrates this article shows several models of dress for a “quinceañera” event.
The two parties are celebrated in the form of a ball with music, waltz, and dance as a homage to the birthday girl and – of course – the birthday cake. In addition, there may also be a mass and other types of events to complete the party.
When I was that age, I was not interested in women’s clothing other than a bra, nor did I participate in a party of this type – not even as a guest.
I confess that I want to participate (or have participated) … as a “quinceañera,” of course.
That’s because I thought the long and beautiful “sweet sixteen” dresses were beautiful.
If you search for these models on the internet, even in the Google image bank, you can’t help but fall in love with each model.
If I had been born a woman, things would have been easier. In addition to being able to wear a bra in peace, I could wear beautiful dresses like the one in the photo – not that I want to change my sex, far from it.
I still think that even though I’m over 16, I wish to one day experience this feeling – not the party, but the dress.
It doesn’t even have to be such a stylish dress; I think that a “Belle” costume from Beauty and Beast (the yellow dress) would be sufficient. I think that dress is the most beautiful of all the Disney dresses.
I don’t have any children yet, but I would prefer to have a daughter. The one thing I guarantee; there will be plenty of beautiful parties and a beautiful “sweet sixteen” party for her. Maybe as my way to make up for the ones I didn’t have.
If I have only a son, maybe he wants to try it …
There happens to be a YouTube channel that shows the work an artisan does in transforming boys into a “quinceañera.” He actually transform men to make them look interesting.
In addition to the beautiful dress, jewelry, makeup, and accessories, he completes the image of the “princess day” of the birthday girl.
Having a “princess day” is the dream of every girl and boy who likes to dress like a girl – and every woman and every man who likes to dress like a woman.
After all, the princess is the pure state of beauty and femininity. It is what we all dream of.
I think the pandemic will help humanity in one way; people will realize how short life can be, and in that way, will hopefully enable them to enjoy it more. To live it better and in the way they like it without fear of judgment or prejudice from others.
And if you want to at least try on a princess, ball, quinceañera, or even a bride dress—do it!
Do you feel like wearing a “quinceañera” dress?
If you already wore it, how did you feel?
Did you want to have a “sweet sixteen”?
I hope you enjoyed this article and that it helped you.
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