Friday, November 6, 2020

Friday at Femulate Headquarters

My posts have been irregular this week. Long hours watching the election results, short hours watching the inside of my eyelids, removing 7 million leaves from my yard, weird dreams along with my normal housewife duties, it has been an unusual week here at Femulate Hq.

Usually, I don’t remember my dreams, but I remembered one from Wednesday night that was really weird. In the dream, I was wearing a classic white female nurse uniform and I was at work, but my employer is located in my old grammar school. A fellow, a well-known local news show personality, who is now retired showed up at my workplace in a wedding gown and asked me to find someone to officiate his marriage. I knew someone at work who was a justice of the peace, so I began searching the building for him. And then I woke up.

Sitting in front of the television watching the election results, I spent some time with my iPad on YouTube searching for films with crossdressing contents. I was surprised to find a lot of foreign films and television shows in which crossdressing made an appearance. Sometimes there was just a brief crossdressing encounter, but sometimes crossdressing was a significant theme of the film or TV show.

Using Google Translate and IMDb along with YouTube, I have been sorting out all my finds and it will take a while. In the near future, I will report here what I found.

Wearing L'Agence
Wearing L'Agence

Joshua Agai, male womenswear model
Joshua Agai, male womenswear model


  1. Dang! That was some good hit!

  2. Kudos to your ability to multi-process! I'm a lifelong political junkie and have been pretty much mesmerized by the election. At last things are looking promising for us anti-trumpsters! I can finally sleep without anxiety!

  3. I'm trying to envision Charlie Bagley in a wedding dress!

  4. We are Going from FLR to FLM. I'm taking her name. We need comment. We want me to be called and use Mrs. She wants Mr.
    Can we legally and your opinion.

    1. I don’t believe there are any laws regarding the usage of “Mr." and “Mrs.” as long as there are no fraudulent intentions for doing so.