Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Missed Boarding the Good Ship Lollipop


It's amazing to me how Starla keeps finding more photos of high school boys dressing as girls for one reason or another.

Where was I when all this high school femulation was going on? I must have missed the day they were passing out tickets to board the Good Ship Lollipop at my high school.

But who am I kidding? Back then I did not have the nerve to femulate in public especially amongst my peers who already considered me a girl without having to femulate.

I guess I've changed during the past four decades. If my high school class ever has another reunion, you can be sure I would do like Bob Johnson in that old Holiday Inn Super Bowl commercial.

But I am getting off track.

Recently, Starla shipped me another collection of high school femulation images that she dug up out of online high school yearbooks.

Hands down, my favorite in this batch of 140 photos is the 1996 image (above) of Matt Garber from Coppell (Texas) High School. The photo's caption begs the question: Did other male students attend the prom wearing prom dresses, but without makeup? Needless to say, Miss Garber wins the High School Femulator Most Likely To Still Be Femulating Today Award.

I uploaded the new images to flickr and you may view them in two ways:

Method 1: Open one of the Yearbooks sets (A through Z) and you will find the newest uploads at the end/bottom of the set. (The oldest uploads appear at the beginning/top of the set.)

Method 2: Open my photostream and you will find the newest uploads at the top of page 1. The uploads get older as the page numbers get higher with the oldest uploads on the last page.

By the way, the contents of the Yearbook A through Z sets are organized according to school name, for example, the photos from Hard Knox High School would be in the Yearbooks H set.



Femulating contestant performing during the talent competition at the Covington County (Mississippi) Hospital womanless beauty pageant, 2012.




Wearing Lover (dress) and Rebecca Minkoff (bag).

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