I was very surprised by the response to Saturday's post asking if any readers had participated in a civilian womanless beauty pageant, fashion show, wedding or other event.
I did not post anything new on Sunday and Saturday so as not to take attention away from my Saturday post hoping that it would draw more responses from readers who were womanless veterans. Yet, I only received two responses!
Insearchofme participated in an adult prom fundraiser. She "was all girly, loved it. Raised some money and had a great time."
Lisa was a veteran of something similar to a womanless event. When she was about 8-years-old, she attended a day camp that presented the musical Oklahoma. She was one of the chorus of boys made up like girls that sang I'm Just A Girl Who Can't Say No. "Don't know how I looked, but it felt great and started me on this long road..."
Personally, I have been in three womanless fashion shows, but all three were under the auspices of a transgender organization.
I never participated in a womanless event sponsored by a civilian organization, but I would have jumped at the opportunity if one ever came my way. And I would still do so today.
Liz Winters interviews Stana during the Fantasia Fair Fashion Show in 2008.
Wearing Rebecca Taylor.
Three femulators from the 1935 Philadelphia Mummers Parade.