Wednesday, July 29, 2015

My Dream Job

A reader wrote recently, "Something of interest: just came off a big construction job where the project manager, superintendent and all the assistants were women. Times, they are a changing."

I responded, "The times have changed. When I started working back in the late 1970's, women were rare in my profession. Fast-forward 35 years and today my boss is a woman and her boss is a woman and they both are OK about me working as a woman... if only my wife was as agreeable!!!"

Wouldn't it be nice if my bosses issued a new dress code?
In order to promote equality and fairness and maintain a professional image, the dress code will be the same for men and women, i.e., all employees must wear female attire.
I'd come home after work, break the news to my wife and be delighted to dress in office girl drag for the rest of my working days!

Which reminds me of a story I found on Fictionmania years ago that describes a similar scenario. Titled "A Welcome Transformation" and written by Wendy H, it is one of my favorites and I think you might enjoy it, too.

Smile Pretty When You Dress Pretty

Yesterday, Daily Makeover had "25 Ways to be More Photogenic." It is a worthwhile read for girls like us who never saw a camera we didn't like!

Jerry Van Dyke Fans

Femulate had over 8500 page views (hits) on Monday, which is almost twice the number of hits the blog usually gets. I guess there are a lot of Jerry Van Dyke fans out there!

Source: Tory Burch
Wearing Tory Burch.

Amaury Nolasco
Actor Amaury Nolasco's office femulation in television's Work It!


  1. Thank you Stana. What a nice way to start the day...your post and the story by Wendy H. Sadly we are not at a point where a guy in a dress is accepted everywhere although progress is being made.
    I like the idea of only female attire. I would be happy if there was a once a month(week) dress reversal day.
    In our office we are business casual but in the office I am seeing more and more women wearing dresses, especially sun dresses and shifts in the summer time. When I am out of the office in a business formal environment I am seeing many more women in skirt suits and dresses. Lets hope the trend continues.

  2. Dear Stana Readers,

    I think the most important guideline in being photographed (or videoed) is to SMILE. Many transgendered women (whether crossdresser or transsexual) appear ANGRY in photos where they don't smile (even though they are not angry at all). Some transwomen use a sexy or pouty non-smiling facial expression for photos, but these also make many of them seem angry (and not sexy at all). Just a suggestion from a girl who ALWAYS smiles in EVERY photo.



  3. Dear Stana,

    I love the story you recommended in your post. Although I'm very open-minded and liberal, I prefer the sweet "G" rated stories like this one. I love reading the scenes where a male describes his complete dressing and makeup application. I enjoy the tasteful descriptions of him putting on his intimate apparel and ladies outerwear. As you may recall, I love full slips and half slips, so I was happy to see that the protagonist in the story wore a black full slip under his skirt and blouse in his first "dressing" scene.

    We T-Girls are so fortunate to have our special "gender gift". Dressing, making-up, and acting as a woman is such a privilege for born-males like us.



  4. AnonymousJuly 30, 2015

    Thanks for the story link. I was hoping that there was a transformational change in thinking similar to the change in opinion on gay weddings that has happened. With the result that more feminine dressing for males was completely accepted. If a change such as the complete female management of a construction company is more wide spread, I think it could be sooner rather than later. - Bill