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Proud To Be Here

Hello!
It's nice to see 561 other people who share the same interest as me here. I wish our numbers here were in th thousands. But this is just one group on one site. I believe our numbers are in the millions. Most just don't talk about it or wish to share it with others.
I have been interested in femininity as far back as I can remember. When I was about 5 or 6 I remember looking at the little girls differently than my friends who did not like girls. I not only liked the girls, but wanted to play with them and be one of them.
It wasn't untill I was 10 years old that I got my first chance to play dress-up with my sister. From that point on I was hooked and have never stopped wearing feminine clothes every chance I get.
I very much love lingerie. I sleep in a nightgown every night and I wear womens undergarments. Slips, panties, bras, and nylons. I love the feel of the silky soft fabrics carressing my body, but it goes beyond that. I also enjoy looking and feeling feminine. When I get the chance to totally transform myself with wig, breast forms, make-up and a pretty dress the feeling of total freedom comes over me. I feel pretty, desirable, loveable... I feel worthy of expressing my sensitivity. Smiling comes easy, I can enjoy giggling or cring if I feel like it.
I'm proud to be a crossdresser and amongst friends. I feel our ability to cross over to the other side of the fence and experience and enjoy what femininity has to offer makes us more complete of a person than other men who live shallow lives.
If you think about it, women enjoy an open gate. They can freely cross from one side of the fence to the other and be anywhere inbetween. Why can't we?
silkydrawers silkydrawers 46-50 7 Responses Nov 4, 2012

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so agree with your comments

i am openly trying to ope this gate as i wear womens cloths all the time but no wig or breast forms

i do have my hair in a ponytail and wear a padded bra to give a hint of shape

and also eye and lip make up at work eveyday

work have started an lgbt forum and they went so far as to light up one of thier buildings in rainbow colours this year to demonstrate inclusion so i feel we may be getting somewhere

although homophobia is still rife

I dress as a woman everyday and when I am forced to "cross dress as a man" I feel awful. I don't own a single piece of men's underwear, save for a couple of tee shirts, and without a bra I feel naked. And you can rest assured, their are many more of us than you realize -- "we are legion".

You are living the dream as far as i`m concerned. I`ve always had the urge to wear nice girly things, and I have worn some items; but I admire you for wearing lingerie in public.

This has been my "pet peeve" for as long as I can remember! If we have equality, then either sex should be able to dress in public in a dress or in pants with no repercussions. Society has apparently given that freedom only to women, not to men.

We can we just have to be willing to outside the bounds of normal society and do it. I love it and love the softer side of being feminine no only in te clothes but inside as well.

Silky, the best answer I have seen to the question of why society accepts women wearing trousers but not men wearing dresses is, for all the advancements in women's rights and equality and suchlike, society as a whole still considers women the inferior sex. In John Q. Public's mind, a woman who dresses like a man or takes a job traditionally associated with men or is assertive or physically strong is UPGRADING herself; she's trying to imitate the superior sex.

But when a man wears clothes or has mannerisms generally associated with women, our friend John Q. Public thinks that man is DEGRADING himself -- there is something shameful about wanting to be pretty. From his point of view, it's like a rocket scientist intentionally choosing to have a lobotomy and take a minimum-wage job.

Obviously I don't agree with this! But I believe it's an accurate assessment of what the majority of society thinks of us, and why I am skeptical that we will ever really be understood or accepted.

You are my type of person .