Tuesday, July 6, 2010

If you can’t stand the heat, then put on a sundress!

cooking_outdoors It is hot and humid in the Femulation City. The temperature should get up to 93 or 94 this afternoon with relative humidity in the 50% neighborhood.

It was so hot yesterday afternoon that the little woman suggested that I put on a dress. She must have been joking because she knows darn well that I do not own a sundress or any other dress that is comfortable in hot and humid weather.

On the other hand, with the air-conditioner cranking away at full blast, I could have followed her suggestion, dressed to the nines, cooked our Independence Day leftovers on the grill, and lounged around the house the rest of the day.

Maybe next time.


  1. AnonymousJuly 06, 2010

    From JohnH

    I do not femulate. However, I do have a sundress that I keep for when it is extremely hot outside. I even have been known to take out trash in it and position the trash can out in the alley for the following "garbage day"

  2. linda posatgem

    "Se a luz é o primeiro amor da vida, não será o amor a luz da vida?"
    (Honoré de Balzac)

    bjs de mel

  3. I suggest you get a sundress just in case there is another oppertunity.

  4. AnonymousJuly 07, 2010


    As a confirmed femulator I suffer from 'dress envy' on a regular basis. In the office, whether in a suit and tie or in 'business casual' attire, I regularly take note of what the women are wearing.

    With this current heat wave the best I can do is 'dockers' and a collared shirt. The women can wear lightweight skirts, sleeveless tops and dresses. They look so much cooler and more comfortable as we brace for another HHH day. I am so jealous.

    When I get home tonight I will most likely just lounge arond in a sundress, a nightgown of perhaps just a slip.


  5. AnonymousJuly 07, 2010

    I have been eyeing sundresses enviously for a very long time and particularly the last couple of days. I thought if anyone would be wearing one it would be you? How am I supposed to live vicariously through your exploits now? Damn. I might have to just go out and get one myself now.

  6. AnonymousJuly 07, 2010


    You don't have to femulate to wear a skirt. I wear one all the time such as when I go shopping, and I still retain a masculine identity. I wear men's shirts and t-shirts with sandals or boat shoes.

    Where everybody wearing shorts a knee-length denim skirt is not that noticeable.

    The workplace might be a bit of a problem. I can't make any suggestions there; it depends on the workplace. Maybe if they would accept shorts they might accept skirts.


  7. "little woman"

    :: shudders ::

  8. Valerie --- The "little woman" calls me the "big woman" and so it goes!