Monday, January 11, 2021

Meg Times Three

The always marvelous Meg Winters offered three more passing success stories.

One

I went with an old co-worker who did my makeup so I could meet our old boss for lunch. The co-worker just told the boss “a friend” was joining them. She picked up the boss at the office and I met them at the mall where the restaurant was located. They came in talking, I walked up and waited. 

My old boss turned to me and said, “Hi. I'm Cheryl” and held out her hand. 

I took her head and said “Hi, I'm...” and mentioned my male name.

Two

I dressed and went to a temple service in Tucson. (I met my current wife during that trip.) After services, the older man sitting next to me turned to me and said, “You have lovely eyes. They remind me of my late wife.”

Three

One of my T-friends held regular “soirees” at her house, then at a hotel when we outgrew her house. There were some regulars and some new people each time. During one soiree, one of the (few) wives there was talking to me and she said, “Who are you here with? I'm with [I forget the name]” and she pointed. 

I said, “I’m with [girlfriend’s name]” and pointed. 

She looked flustered and said, “I thought your partner was trans!”


Wearing Cynthia Rowley
Wearing Cynthia Rowley



Vinicio Diamanti and Mario Amendola femulate in a 1984 Italian film titled Delitto al Blue Gay also known as Cop in Drag. This film is jam-packed with femulators.
Vinicio Diamanti and Mario Amendola femulate in a 1984 Italian film titled Delitto al Blue Gay also known as Cop in Drag. This film is jam-packed with femulators. You can view excerpts of the film in its entirety on YouTube Facebook.

3 comments:

  1. Love these stories, keep 'em coming. I have been trying to come up with a passing story of my own, but can't. Oh, I have had situations where I was treated as a woman - in the lingerie store, at a restaurant - but I can't say 100% that it was because they genuinely thought I WAS a woman or they were just being polite and treated me as I was presenting. I may never know for sure.
    Also, FYI, I went to the You Tube link for this Italian film, and it has been disabled.

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  2. Meg was a great inspiration to me when I first set out on this journey.

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    1. Paula, I feel better about all of the blood, sweat, and tears (and hours!) I put into the blog now. Thank you, ma'am.

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