Wednesday, June 10, 2020

Wrong Season

Source: Moda Operandi
Wearing Zimmermann

Episcopal School of Dallas, Texas, 2004

Jake Warden
Jake Warden (right) gave his Mom (left) a drag queen makeover for Mother’s Day.
You can view the process on YouTube and thank you, Transcendia, for the story.


  1. AnonymousJune 10, 2020

    If dressing makes you keep your weight down it is good for you
    Being able to get into outfits your wife or girlfriend can't may be an exception

    1. AnonymousMay 03, 2022

      I feel the same way I feel like a woman all the time sometimes I'm depressed

  2. AnonymousJune 10, 2020

    I assume your cartoon subject read "Color Me Beautiful"....

  3. Today's "Not a Civilian", Steven, is an example of Stana's Blog about "Trucker's Tan". I follow Stana's regimen of using "tan in a tube", Jergens Glow, to avoid trucker's tan. I also have very sensitive skin and it's better for me to cover up, so I were long sleeve shirts, even in the summer, on a regular basis.

    In looking through one of the huge Pinterest pages about womanless pageants I found lots of gorgeous "civilians' who lose their otherwise great illusion with those obvious tan lines. On the other hand, maybe it's a big clue to our "non-civilians" when the girls show no sign of those tan lines.

  4. Laugh of the day: "very comfortable in my masculinity..."

  5. Whenever I am actively crossdressing, one of the benefits is how much better I look after myself.
    My meals are healthier, and with smaller portions. I don't snack as much during the day. I pay more attention to my hair and skin. My face is always clean shaven, and my eyebrows no longer dominate the top of my eyes.

  6. AnonymousMay 03, 2022

    Everyday I feel a female I am proud of her I am happy to right now I'm in the wrong body right now I squat like a woman now I feel like a woman 👠