Crossdressing With My Aunt.My crossdressing started when I was little by my sister then by my mother. It was a truely enjoyable experience and I have not regrets. While being dressed by my mother I was taught how to look and act like a girl. I developed all the feminine mannerisms associated with being female. I was always dressed in either skirts or dresses to maintain that female persona.
But my greatest experiences as i look back came while staying with my Aunt for the summer when I was 14. My Aunt lived in a small town owned her own business. She owned a small dress shop where she also did alterations and designs for clothing. When I wentto stay with her the first thing she did was pick out some clothing for me to wear. Now I had plenty of girl clothes with me, but she said they were not the right style for a girl my age. Instead she dressed me in regular dresses with pantyhose, flats or loafers. Just a touch of makeup. I looked like a typical 14 yr old girl. A far cry from the totally feminine dressed girl my mother wanted.
What I learned from my Aunt that summer was the essence of what it means to be a woman. I learned how to properly clean a house, do the laundry and ironing. How to give myself a proper facial, curl my own hair. There was something exciting about walking around the house with head full of curlers. She taught me how to relax while dressed as a girl. Not to be on constant guard making sure i did everything just right. Everything I did became second nature and I realised that I did not get evcitement from crossdressing. That I had learned I enjoyed doing it as a fine art and the ability to become a girl joy not excitement. I even met a couple of really nice boys while stayingwith her. Instead of beingafraid I might be found out. I found I had confidence and was even able to tell them I didn't want to get envolved because I would be leaving at summers end.
When I returned home I was wearing one of the dresses my Aunt gave me, hair done nicely and just a touch of makeup. My mother was surprized and I told her I had found the girl I was meant to be. Some 8 years later its the same for me today. I just want to be a girl that fits in, nothing to prove, just the average girl on the street.