Wednesday, February 27, 2013

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 was 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!

(Originally posted March 29, 2007)

10 comments:

  1. I totally agree women have been crossdressing for years and its excepted and no one thinks anything of it but if a man dresses un women's closes then there must be something wrong with him its a double standard that needs to change the closes don't make the person thanks for doing what you do Terry

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  2. Stana, I wholeheartedly agree with your observation.
    The trip to Macy's was well worth it for this young Femulator ! Can you share the source or was it sent in?
    Thanks for a great blog

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    1. I found the image on Pinterest.

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  3. Liberty and Freedom are wonderful ideals. In large part, however, "Clothes DO make the person". Dressing for the situation is something that matters although it seems to matter less and less these days than it did in the past.
    It would be nice if we could dress as we please but I do not think that society is at that point yet.
    Pat

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    1. Pat, I really believe society dresses as it pleases. As evident in the lackadaisical display of couture in common folk. This is proof enough for me that most people dress for themselves and not for others. I guess I'm still victim of my mother's insistence that I have on clean underwear and dress to impress others up bringing.

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    2. Oh and my significant other Dee, looks quite like the model in this photo, (a bit older, but still as cute) when she dons something from my boi draws.

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  4. I agree with you, Stana, it must be nice!

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  5. You need to have a Ki-ki with this girl. Clearly if she is taking advantage of her gender license to go at her will and her whim as she sees fit, she's got to be pulled over and asked why, (of course if she bats her eyelashes in a wink wink, nudge nudge kind of manner.... I think you'll have a friend and liaison. You know her, does she know your annual Halloween expose'?

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    1. She saw my Halloween outfit and she also knows I am trans (she is our HR rep).

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