If you enjoyed being dressed as a girl, I would say yes, you`re a sissy, although I prefer the term transgendered. If you despised it and it felt wrong to you, then I would call it child abuse. Just one question. Do you enjoy dressing up now on your own?
My advice to you Justin is don`t worry yourself about what`s expected of you by others. If you enjoy dressing, then embrace your feminine side and be who you feel right being. Your upbringing may have helped to mold you, but it`s the same with everything. Your confusion is valid, and all of us "girls" have experienced your feelings. Dress to feel beautiful and relish in it.....and do it for you.
No, you were born a sissy. If Chuck Norris's aunt made him wear a dress then skirts would become a sign of manliness and you'd be wearing sissypants. <br />
PS we all know this is BS :)
But I am used to it, because the transvestites post the same fantasy over and over again.
It's not "What were you then?" it's "what are you now?" I had an uncle who dressed me up and sexed me from 8 to 13. I am not a sissy. I haven't worn female clothes in 30 years and I am not submissive nor do I behave in an effeminate way.<br />
As for confusion about gender, just accept the fact that you're a guy who likes the occasional **** and forget about it.
What makes one a sissy or not is how they respond to situations. If a fight makes you assume the fetal position, well... there's your answer.<br />
I'm not a fan of wearing womans clothes, but I like when women rub theirs against me! :) I'd think that being told to wear them does not "make" you a sissy, but really skews one's view on what's emotionally healthy or not. If you continue to wear them, well, there will be many that would put you in that "sissy" catagory. I'd quickly enroll in self defense classes and prove those idiots wrong