Sunday, June 16, 2019

Happy Father's Day

My father has been dead for over 30 years, but I think of him often. He was a great guy and I know he loved me, but I think he was a little uncomfortable around me because I was not a typical "boy" and because he saw me crossdressed for Halloween on a couple of occasions. On the other hand, when I crossdressed on Halloween, I remember my Dad warning me to be careful because other males might hit on me.

When my wife was pregnant, I hoped that our baby would be female because I feared that I might not be an adequate role model for a son. I was very relieved when a daughter showed up instead of a son. Turns out that my daughter has been very supportive of my transness; who knows if a son would have been the same.

As a father myself, I'd prefer to dress like a mother. Such is the paradoxical life of a transwoman on Father's Day.

Source: BooHoo
Wearing BooHoo

William Phipps
📺 William Phipps (blonde in mink stole on the right) femulates in the 1951 film No Questions Asked.


  1. My father was the typical pre-Boomer narcissist. We never got along. I do, however, wish that we had a better relationship if only because I'd really like to know where his Playboy Club key went after he passed.

    His second wife (I will *NOT* call her a stepmother) probably threw it out.

  2. AnonymousJune 17, 2019

    The only way to spend fathers day is to be in femulation mode and not worrying about the past but just being in the momemt