Femulating in 1970.
Stana, where did you find that Madeleine dress, I just love it! I searched the catalogs at Madeleine Fashion but didn't come across it.
Dear Stana,I agree with today's cool post. Of course, most men are not transgendered, so those men find no thrill or desire to continue femulating if they try it once (or even a few times, like in plays, charity events, etc.). But, I do believe that somewhere from 10 to 20 percent of boys and men would get "hooked" after femulating once, especially if they were completely dressed in intimate apparel, very feminine outerwear (dress, gown, or skirt, of course), high heels, nylons, and fully made-up, wore a lovely wig, carried a dainty purse, and wore beautiful ladies jewelry. These 10 to 20 percent may have never even thought of femulating, but found themselves emotionally thrilled when they first tried it. I think at least 10% of males who participate in a realistic womanless pageant surprisingly discover that they just ADORE femulating! And ... if they do follow up on their new found "interest", they will continue femulating for life.I am SO HAPPY to be a crossdresser ... it is such a JOY and so emotionally satisfying to be a girl ... and so much FUN, too! Love, Sheila.
I whole-heartedly agree with Sheila and the sentiment of today's post. It seems silly to say "Try it, you'll like it!", but you never know what may happen. The sensations of the silky lingerie and hose, swirl of the skirt, the balancing act on the heels, the feel of the wig and makeup are all overwhelmingly feminine and enchanting. Thanks for all you do for all of us, especially those of us too closeted to be free to dress how we want, when we want.
You, Sheila and Tina are all correct. being a cross dresser is a joy. It is fun. It is fulfilling and it makes me happy.I am out of town for a few days this week and while I did not expect any free time on the off chance that I had a night out I did throw a dress, wig, heels, mini purse and makeup kit into my bag.I got back to my hotel about 8, dressed and went on line to try to find a place where I would feel safe and could get a meal. The first place I drove to did not seem all that appropriate and I called them from the parking lot and found that they were not serving food. I drove back to the hotel and back to my room to try to find another place. I did and went out making my third ride in the elevator and walk through the lobby. I did this in my flats but changed to 3" pumps when I got to my destination.I had a great burger, a few nice drafts, some good conversation with the chef, the bartender and a few of the patrons and then wore my heels back through the hotel lobby.Pat
Allow me to add my voice to the affirmatives. It reminds me of that old commercial -- "Try it, you'll like it!"