My Id, My Ego, And Definately My Alter Ego!Since my first conscious thought, I identified with the other girls around me. At that time I had no idea I wasn't a girl, except that mom kept putting really ugly clothing on me. Unfortunately I didn't have a sister to borrow from, as I would have insisted mom let me borrow her clothes. It wasn't until It was demanded that I wear what I'm told as I was not a girl and that I had to dress and act like a boy for my own good! lol!. That I had to start and learn to survive. I guess, I want to say, I have been, and am influenced by feminine styles and many women that were in my world at that early stage of life. But, it's only because I desired to emulate what it is that I feel I am.
Some of those I would emulate were, of course Ninnette Funicello, Barbara Billingsley, Haley Milles. What was really interesting was that after great dissappointment about not being a girl, I was enlighted with the concept of still wearing a dress, when I went to see the movie, "The Vienna Boys Choir" In it, there was a skit were some of the boys dressed like girls! It was from that point on, I knew there was a bright and shinny future!
MrsJoanieBNH 56-60, T 3 Responses 3 May 1, 2012