Wednesday, March 28, 2007

crossdressing at work

I spotted someone crossdressing at work yesterday!

A 20-something blonde, who works in Human Resources was crossdressed as a male. She wore a man's shirt (one like the field engineers here wear with the company logo on the breast pocket), black Docker's trousers, and black shoes (flats that looked like the black walkers I own). Her shirt and trousers were big and hid her feminine figure. She wore no makeup and had her shoulder-length hair pulled back so that her ears were completely revealed.

The first time I saw her, I thought it was a new male employee or a male employee visiting from another branch of our company. Only when she spoke did I recognize her.

Today, she is back in girl mode.

It must be nice to have the option to dress as a boy one day and to dress as a girl the next day!


  1. AnonymousMay 02, 2009

    I think this is wonderful, why not, we should all be as comfortable as her, to wear and do as we feel.

  2. tgallo5888 --- I agree wholeheartedly!

  3. As long as SHE did not go into the MENs bathroom there is not a problem. Its when MEN go into the LADIES room because they don't want to be laughed at in the mens room that there is a definate problem.

  4. Stana, I would love to work with you in girl mode! You look very natural and sweet.

  5. i wish i could find a job to where i could wear some of my womans clothes and not be judged...i feel so happy and comfy when i have them on,i feel like me...

  6. What a big difference. Woman dresses as a man, probably a handful of women notice that don't know her already. No big deal. My wife almost never wears a skirt/dress. No makeup. She has a really nice figure.

    Man dresses as a woman, even for those I know transitioning - that's a dude! Women don't want him in their restroom, etc. Only if/when the guy does a really good job can they get by. Otherwise, from across the parking lot - that's a dude!