Tuesday, September 18, 2007

our female admirers

I understand why a spouse or significant other (SO) would not embrace crossdressing by their partner. Among other things, she may feel that her man is less of a man if he crossdresses.

I don't understand why the other women are often very enthusiastic when they encounter a crossdresser that is not their spouse or SO (not that there is anything wrong with that).

I frequently encounter other women who gush over my crossdressing. Believe me, I love their appreciation for what I am doing, but I am at a loss as to the reason for their appreciation.

Maybe some of the women who gush over crossdressers get some satisfaction from the fact that a member of the so-called "dominant sex" is trying to emulate a member of the so-called "weaker sex." ("Welcome to our club.")

Maybe some women admire crossdressers for being true to themselves.

I dunno. It's just another conundrum in a long line of conundrums that crossdressers encounter.


  1. Hey Hey!
    I tried to send you an email after the fashion show, but it is saying your mailbox is full.

    It was really great to meet you!
    YOU LOOKED AMAZING in the show!
    ( : -Haley

  2. Thank you for the kind words, Haley.

    I dunno what is up with my mailbox because I am getting other e-mails without a problem. Check my e-mail address, staci-staci @ sbcglobal.net (without spaces); maybe we messed up a character in the darkness of the bar Friday night.

  3. Staci,
    Yes, I feel the same. We especially want that recognition, connection, even approval from real women. It validates our femininity and womanly traits.
    I am just getting out of a self-imposed closet, and working this out with my wife, who is supportive and approving... so i feel that same 'tug'.

  4. I recently "came out" to a coworker and was invited to her house while dressed. I asked if she minded crossdressers and she said she was fine with it. I then asked if she would be OK if her boyfriend was a crossdresser and, no hesitation, she said "no".