Crossdressing can go beyond clothes, makeup, and accessories: we can exhibit it through behaviors, habits, and activities related to the female sex.
When I was a kid, I watched girls doing ballet in their pastel pink leotards with matching skirts, ballet shoes, and pantyhose.
Back then, with a very fertile imagination, I sometimes imagined myself wearing that outfit and not wanting to wear it. Today, I confess my curiosity about wanting to know what it’s like to wear one of those outfits.
Of course, many boys/men do ballet and there are male ballet costumes. Still, ballet is mostly seen as feminine, not only historically, but with most of those who practice being female.
There are several styles and colors of ballet attire: lace tights, printed, colorful, etc. I would prefer the all-pink girlie style. I would make me feel as if I were a princess.
But if there’s anything as interesting as wearing a ballet uniform, it might be…actually practicing it?
An hour-long ballet class has been estimated to burn around 400 calories – an amount greater than that of taking part in hour-long activities such as American Football, yoga, volleyball, and Pilates. Ballet is a physical activity that burns calories and exercises the body, increasing one’s physical resistance and can help with losing weight.
So… in addition to practicing your femininity, you are engaged in physical activity. For a proper experience, besides the costume, you’ll need to have a ballet barre. There are several tutorials on the internet on how to make your own ballet bar.
You can research and watch multiple videos with ballet class instruction. The pandemic has advanced virtual classes, including ballet classes. Ballet teachers earn money by teaching online classes to students thousands of miles away.
Rarer than men who dance ballet (with men’s attire) are crossdressers who dance ballet. It is a gap that can and must be filled. Many complain about the taboo of men who do ballet, but it is precisely because ballet is a predominantly female activity that it can be very attractive to crossdressers, who can have fun with the hobby, practice physical activity and exercise their femininity with a typically female activity. And all while wearing a beautiful feminine ballet costume.
Wouldn’t it be a wonderful world if we could have ballet teachers be open to teaching crossdressers either individually (at a distance or in-person) or in groups? Maybe there already are, but if not, wouldn’t it be interesting to have ballet groups with only crossdressers…
It would also be interesting to have womanless ballet shows, such as they have Womanless Beauty Pageants.
Crossdressing allows opening doors to different worlds of the feminine universe.
Everything will someday depend on our curiosity and not only on our willingness to experience each new opportunity but on the world becoming a place where we can do so.
– Have you ever wanted to try on a female ballet costume?
– Have you ever wanted to train / dance ballet?
– Did reading this article make you want it?
I’m looking forward to the answers
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