Saturday, February 14, 2015

Any Womanless Veterans?


Occasionally, I have brought your attention to various events in which civilian (non-trans) males dress as females to participate in womanless beauty pageants, womanless fashion shows, womanless weddings, and womanless etceteras.

In almost every womanless event, there are one or two "girls" participating who are outstanding... so outstanding that you wonder if it was their first time... rather than being a civilian, are they actually one of us. Or they may be first timers, but their experience releases their inner girl and they so enjoy being a girl that they become one of us.

Those thoughts have become urban legends around here and I wonder if there is any truth to them. So are any of you readers past participants of a civilian non-trans womanless event?

If you were a beauty queen or a fashion model or a bridesmaid in a civilian womanless event I would love to hear and share your story and photos (I just know that you have photos.)

Or is there really nothing to our urban legends?






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14 comments:

  1. Great question Stana, I have always wondered about this myself. I have also dreamed about an opportunity like this when I was younger a chance to strut my stuff.
    I just wanted to hear "Wow you make a great girl, you should have been a woman!"

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    1. I can't resist... Paula, you make a great woman!

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  2. Stana, the phot of you in the upper corner of your blog is so pretty! You've beamed feminine and woman though out your writings. This picture captures that beautifully!

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  3. It was not a beauty pageant but I went to an adult prom fundraiser. I was all girly, loved it. Raised some money and had a great time. Contact me and I'll send you some private pictures.

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    1. Lucky! You are one of a very few readers who have been so lucky.

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  4. Thanks, Stana dear. Pity, Aunty has never been a contestant in any womanless beauty pageants but she has collected over three thousand pictures of them and Femulate readers are most welcome to see them on flickr at:

    https://www.flickr.com/groups/2749959@N24

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  5. Well, I'm a trans vet-but not one of pageant fame. I did have one friend who was pushing me hard one year to do a "Relay for Life" Cancer fund raiser- a little too hard I thought.
    Back in those days, I was beginning to get out of the closet and live a small bit of a feminine life and just couldn't risk everything else!

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    1. I can sympathize with you, Cyrsti!

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  6. chachi is joanieFebruary 16, 2015

    i've noticed there are typically a few "ringers" in the group who are overly done up. i think its typical of a womanless pageant to get a few pros to play along so the volunteer guys dont feel like theyre the most "flamboyant".. i'd typically notice anyone whos doing "too well" never finishes in first in galleries i'd perused

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    1. I have noticed that, too, with adult events. With school events, I think there is a tendency for the jocks to win rather than the pretty "girls."

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  7. I should have been so lucky! Not a very usual happening in UK but I already knew my longings preschool so events would not have turned me to CD. However I would have loved the opportunity to be made over by an expert. One boy at school was in a modern play which required him to dress in the fashionable full skirts and petticoats. Never knew whether he continued to enjoy the feelings later.

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    1. Makeovers by experts are fabulous fun!

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