Saturday, March 15, 2014


stanley-i'm-home-3 As a teenager, I dressed in my mother's and sister's clothing whenever I was home alone.

One day, I was all dressing up in my parent's bedroom when I heard the garage door open. That meant that my mother and sister had arrived home.

I high-tailed it to my bedroom upstairs, stripped off the feminine attire and returned to boy mode as quickly as possible. Then I stashed the girly stuff in a hiding place so I could return it to its proper place later whenever  the opportunity arose to do so.

Then I went back downstairs as if nothing happened.

"Why are my shoes out?" my mother asked from her bedroom.

Nuts! I forgot to grab her high heels when I high-tailed it upstairs. I had to think quick and come up with an excuse.

One of my hobbies was cartooning, so my excuse was, "I had to draw a high heel shoe and needed a real shoe as a model."

"OK," she replied.

I don't know if she bought my excuse or not, but it was clues like that that made her suspicious. Eventually, she figured out what was going on, but she never let on that she knew.

By the way, the cartoon above is pretty accurate. That dress is the style that my mother wore when I was in my early teens and white gloves were a must, so much so that I always wore white gloves when I femulated back then.





Source: TG Forum

The Bigwood Twins, professional femulating brothers, circa 1930.





Source: Madeleine

Wearing Madeleine.


  1. Dear Stana,

    Is today's cartoon one you drew? It's very good.



    1. Hi Sheila,

      I created it, but I did not draw it in the classical sense. It is a Photoshop mash-up.


    2. Dear Stana,

      Well, it's very good, and very creative of you.



  2. Your anecdote does bring back personal memories. Exciting times, but fraught with danger.


  3. Ah, memories. One instance of having to hide under the bed in my parent's room and change into my pjs before crawling out, leaving all the clothing I borrowed from my mother under the bed to retrieve later. Funny how, at that age, we always think that our parents OBVIOUSLY were fooled. Hmmmmmm.

  4. Oh the memories this brings back, I think we all have stories to tell
    The funny thing is that none of my sisters (1 older, 2 younger), never had the desire to dress up in my moms clothes, go figure
    The true white glove test"