I worked our booth off and on most of the day and made a few forays around the convention floor.
Fashion Note: Saturday daytime, I wore my navy blue and white graphic print shift with a boat neck and spliced short sleeves, black tights, black patent mid-heel pumps with white piping, and black and silver disc earrings and necklace (see photo).
While walking around the convention Saturday, a man walked towards me and said, "You are so pretty."
I thought that was very forward of him, so I assumed that I must know the gent. I asked him, "Do I know you?"
Turned out that we were complete strangers, but he was so impressed with my appearance that he had to tell me.
Later, he showed up at our booth and asked if I was trans. I dunno if he suspected that when he made the "pretty" comment or if he figured it out during our conversation. In either case, that was very, very, very forward of him and I should have asked if he was an ass.
When I returned home, I found an e-mail from the fellow and he wrote, "You are very hot."
I wonder if he was a “tranny chaser?”
A ham walked by our booth Saturday afternoon, while I was on the front line and said to me, "You're the best looking ham here."
All I could say was “Thank-you!'”
While I was working the booth, nine other trans hams stopped by to say hello and chat. (You know who you are!) They are all readers of this blog, so they were looking for me and found me.
By the way, one wore a denim skirt; the rest were en homme.