|Home town, not Provincetown|
As my euphoria peaked at the end of the week, I told anyone who asked that I would be back next year and that I would begin saving money for the trip on Monday to make next year’s trip possible.
After the banquet Saturday night, I began reconsidering my return next year or any year.
The civilians in Provincetown are aware that the circus is in town, which makes it impossible to pass. Every tall woman is a potential man, so the civilians check out every tall girl to see if that is the case.
I never experienced anything untoward in Provincetown, but being a very tall girl, I soon became annoyed by the inspection that I (and all the other tall girls) had to undergo every time we walked outside.
If you are a closeted femulator and want to get out of the closet in a safe way, I highly recommend Fantasia Fair to you, but I don’t need that. I could take the money I saved to bankroll a trip to Fantasia Fair and have a wonderful time shopping for a new wardrobe in the malls and outlet stores of Connecticut.
Sure some people might gawk at me as I shopped, but most would not because (1) they would not be alerted beforehand that a crossdresser may be in their midst and (2) I often pass and do not attract attention to myself in a bad way, that is, in a way that gives away my birth gender.
I had a wonderful time at Fantasia Fair and I am sure I would have a good time if I attended again...
Maybe next year!
|Wearing Alice + Olivia.|
|Barbra Ann Taylor's 2013 working girl Halloween costume.|
"When I dress for Halloween at work, I try to blend in. Some of the customers did not realize who or what I was."