Friday, July 5, 2024

Some Days


Source: ModCloth
Wearing ModCloth

womanless beauty pageant
Queens of a womanless beauty pageant


  1. AnonymousJuly 05, 2024

    The pageant contestants are STUNNING!
    Perfect in every detail.

  2. AnonymousJuly 05, 2024

    That picture of the queens in the womanless beauty pageant? I'm voting they're not civilians. Their makeup is flawless. Notice how they're wearing flash eyelashes, beautiful nails (looks like French manicures – one of my favorites!), and their hair is impeccably coiffed. They're even wearing padding in all the right spots. Maybe I'm just a bit jealous – they're doing a fantastic female impersonation! Paula G

    1. AnonymousJuly 05, 2024

      I would counter that they made the mistake of emphasising eyes AND lips (generally a bad idea) as well as using too much blush. Everything else is nice, though.

    2. AnonymousJuly 05, 2024

      I think one has to consider the time period of the event. Even today I see too many women who seem to cake makeup onto their faces. In an event like this I also think one has to consider how far away the audience is sitting from the performers. To far away and no detail can be seen. At age 73 my wife only applies lip color (subtle) and has very smooth flawless facial skin. Her sparkling blue eyes need nothing to enhance them. Stay out of the sun and take care of your skin and no makeup needed.

  3. re: "A bad day en femme beats a good day en homme."
    I had the misfortune of being involved in car crash in October 2022 while en femmed. The responding officers were great, polite and respectful. I wish I could say the same for my auto insurance provider.
    We made a few mistakes in our decisions like choosing a local body shop instead of their "preferred one" which would have been about 70 miles away. The best part was that the local body shop is the dealer owned shop here in town which was a huge mistake. I now know to never trust our vehicle's service to them because if they can't remember to reassemble the small pieces correctly and use all of the screws to re-attach the bumper what big things did they overlook or do incorrectly?

    And.., the dude who hit me (twice, thirty seconds apart meaning that there were two separate claims and $1000 deductables. Arrgh!!) accused "the lady in the van to be drunk." After everything that this insurance fiasco has done to me, I DO need a drink!

    Not to be outdone, the insurance company has repeatedly told us that my wife was the one driving the van. She was at home, 70 miles away. Yet they insist that she was driving despite the police report showing that I was in fact the operator. AND they refused to replace a wheel bearing that has been noisy since the impact because they claim it's a "normal wear item."

    But I digress, dealing with the police was the easiest part of the entire situation.


  4. "A bad day en femme beats a good day en homme".
    I agree, so I make it my business to be en femme the great majority of time. Sure, there are times when I have to wear trousers such as to replace shingles on a roof, but otherwise I wear a dress. And I go to church, shopping, to doctor appointments, etc. wearing dresses.
    I notice more women at church wear skirts and dresses since I started wearing dresses.