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By allowing this it would improve a boys attiude and self confidence.If a boys so desire is to dress and or want to be a girl,then yes he should be allowed. Not allowing him his girl time can and most likely will cause depression
and behavioral problems and yes,even suicide.If the parents will allow his girl time,he should and must follow any rules the parents set up.The parents should allow him this freedom for this is who he was born to be.No amount of denying or punishing him will make it go away.We as crossdressers are just being our selfs.Just what is so wrong with a boy in a dress?
cindyloulove cindyloulove 56-60, M 4 Responses Jul 9, 2012

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I so wish that I could start over, and to be raised in a friendlier and accepting environment.<br />
I tried to imagine what it would be like to have had my girl time as a youngster. Today I am sure that I would not have been alone in this quest for freedom. Looking back, over half of my friends would have worn a dress on those hot summer days. Everyone one seemed to have the desire, but were so afraid. After all, it was not long after WWII, and many families (like mine) believed in a strict military discipline, starting off with boys are boys and girls are girls. <br />
I have hope for the next generation. Who knows, perhaps this will be a solid step towards peace and love. I sound like a 60's hippy, but maybe they were right after all.<br />
We shall see.

I agree so completely! I'm 55 (look younger, kind of cute), too old to look like I'd want to look as a girl, but finally, with the help of a fem chum, getting up the nerve to start experimenting. Right now, getting ready to go dress shopping, somewhere I'm not known, trying to decide if I'm going with the pink tee shirt or pink tank top, head band? Would have loved being able to grow up wearing whatever I wanted, especially dresses and bikinis.

Actually in around 1875 women used to dress their sons as girls or in boy dresses and pantaloons or girls panties too and to the age of breeching eg they got their short trousers and then long ones when newly 16 and kilt suits with Eton collars were popular too and the 1947 film 'Life With Father' featured a six year boy in a kilt dress and he wore pants too and other dresses too but I can't remember because it is a very long while since I viewed it.<br />
There is an old English custom of putting naughty boys in to dresses and hair ribbons'pretties too and hosiary'Mary Jane buckled shiny black shoes as well as petticoats and blouses or bras and in extreme cases the boy had both his ears pierced and spent anywhere from three months to ten years as a girl until he grew a brain and stopped his war like ways.(This terminlogy is deemed as 'Petticoat Discipline or Training)*<br />
An unmarried aunt of means usually is the one to girlify and boisterous and naughty boy but it can make a 'soft' boy gay orother spooky effects later in life.<br />
Some become kind hearted gentlemen and dote on their wives and family and end up in great jobs as do their wives too.

Sounds to me like you are trying to pass your fantasies off as fact. And no way does dressing like a girl make you gay. Gays aren't attracted to femininity, anyway. They like men who look like men!

Excellent point Chloe, I experienced it and wrote about it.

I identify with what you said about being raised to believe boys are boys and girls are girls, LM, though I was not raised with any strict discipline. Knowing that dressing like a girl is taboo is a large part of what turns me on about it. As I write, I am wearing a fuschia bra, pink panties, a pink top with frilly sleeves, pink skirt and bamboo tights.

You have many good points Chloe. There is certainly a thrill attached to wearing dresses and other items that are considered taboo. If you get a chance, you may want to read a couple of chapters from my book. If you google books "He's my Little Girl" by M.A. Damien. There's no costs, and you can read a few chapters. I think that you will like it.
Please let me know what you think.
Melissa.

I'll try to find that on Google. Does anyone know why my postings keep appearing twice on here?

I think it's just a glitch. It happened to me before. There was probably a short disconnect and your server sent it again as it read not sent (maybe).

I identify with what you said about being raised to believe boys are boys and girls are girls, LM, though I was not raised with any strict discipline. Knowing that dressing like a girl is taboo is a large part of what turns me on about it. As I write, I am wearing a fuschia bra, pink panties, a pink top with frilly sleeves, pink skirt and bamboo tights.

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Nothing is wrong ith it at all

I would have love girly time at home but my parents were quite strict so I went for walks in the country with my girly stuff in a bag XXX