Do you go out in public as a woman?
If the answer is no, you’re not alone. Nearly 75% of my readers rarely or never leave the house en femme.
I wish everybody could be free to share their femme self publicly…
But the truth is, there are many ways to express your femininity. Any many places to do so.
Where do YOU present yourself en femme?
- Strictly in the privacy of your own home?
- At select places – like the mall, nightclubs, or conferences?
- Anywhere and everywhere as a full time woman?
Please take my poll (you can select more than one answer) and leave me your comments below!
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Actually, I have NO interest in being Femme, I DO however for some reason feel like I should have breasts~I find that there are lots of guys that have the same ‘need.’
I guess it’s some genetic residual from aeons ago when if one’s SO died leaving infants we would rapidly grow greasts and nurse it. A search on the web will find men that are currently lactating which demonstrates it can and does happen.
Those of us that have bred animals usually notice that genes do manifest themselves in odd ways!
I have been dressing since I was 5. I grew up in a very close minded area, so never got the chance to get out as the person I am. Now, after 35 years…I am learning that a lot of people really respect us girls for getting out and loving life for who we are and not what others think we should be. The clothes, makeup and heels don’t make the person, but they do help us to be identified as how we wish to be seen….Foxy Chicks… LOL Anyway, I started getting out in Vegas and love being me when I can get out. Soon I will retire and I won’t have to hide who I am. So can’t wait for that day. Hugs to you for such a helpful site. I can’t say it enough, but Thank you for your loving support.
I hear you. Retired as a surgeon in 2017.
Been out since the 1960’s in public.
At 73 I have a harder time keeping up with you Young Foxes!
ENJOY Being You!
Pics for your evaluation
Thanks for the kind words, Britney. You ARE a foxy chick. 😉
This is a great topic.
For many more years than I would like to count I lived alone in the closet. About five years ago I decided to break out. Started with a support group and met several wonderful sisters (even read your Guide to Passing). Since than I have gone on dates with guys and outing with girlfrieds(gg’s and tg’s). I now enjoy going to restaurants, movies, shopping, walks, etc. So far I do not think I have been “read” and if does happen, so what. Except for work and public times where I have to be a guy, I now live most of my “free” time as a woman. I lost out on all my prime years, so it is now or never, I intend to make the most of my senior years.
Love to all,
I have been dressing almost 24/7 for the past four years. The first time was very very scarey. I spent all the time looking at other people to see their reaction, in hindsight I realise now that no one took any notice. Now when I go out Iam hardly aware. I am told that I pass. When speaking I use a diffrent accent which I find helps with my fem voice. I go on holiday and stay in holtels, use public transport infact act normally!
I would like to thank you for all your support,
With kind regards,
i am always in feme dress
I really want to be more like u,but im limited and a very important person finds it offensive.I do go out en femme with my girl friend.I feel im ts and i’m compelled to be en femme, i really dislike boy mode.i breath girl air, and my heart beats girl blood.MY empathy says your like me.tell me is it worth not feeling the pain of denial when u finally get to live your dream.Did u ever get tired of it one morning.i’m wondering would it be worth all the pain i leave behind if i left, to get this freedom?
I can see why… you look fabulous!
I have been a fulltime female for five years. I was in a lifetime committed partnership for 4 1/2 years. The 14th of January my partner died in her sleep. She (Kay) was also a TG M-F and suffered from extreme pain from a stroke. I was previously married to a genetic female for 44 years. It as many other things in my past was suppose to cure my being a TG. Being true to your self is what is truly needed. I do not see myself as being a great looking lady but most do as I am a lady in all that I do. It doesn’t mater if I’m in a dress or jeans. I wear light makeup whenever I am out and about. Us LADIES only plaster it on when going to a special swanky place….. Ha, ha. Bottom line is walk, dress and act female in all that you do and others will only see a lady….
A Kindred Spirit,
Mostly I present en femme when I am with my wife – usually when we are inclined for some passion. Sometimes we dress in matching outfits – an awesome experience. Sometimes I put on panties and a baby doll outfit just to relax with or without my wife at home. We live in a very rural closed minded area but vacationed last summer a very lesbian-gay friendly community and when we go there next summer I hope to be able to present en femme publicly. It would really be good for my feminine soul.
Thank you Lucille for all your support.
Parenthetically we have had Brazilians twice and love the results. Peace, Stephen, a.k.a. Stephanie
Since the summer, I have been dressing femme full time.
I’ve been cross dressing in clubs for over a decade, but once I started growing breasts, I gained the confidence to go to the mall, in girl tops, tight jeans, and heels.
Then we went to Yellowknife in the Canadian Northwest Territories in July and had a great time at a festival there. In September, I enrolled in nursing school at age 52, and I dress femme all the time at school.
I don’t pass as a woman and my classmates call me “He” most of the time, but they like me and accept me. At this point I just want to pass as a competent nurse more than anything. When we start our practical training, we will be in dark blue school scrubs, and not wearing our personal flowered scrubs, so I will probably ditch the ear studs, but keep the pony tail and charcoal and just present as a feminine male.
Mostly my tranny loving girlfriend and I go to gay bars, but we went on a girls night out with my classmates to some straight bars.
Another time we walked into a twenty something dance bar. I asked the bouncer what the dress code was and he said “straight” as he searched my purse and waved us in. My GF thought it was a scary straight bar and wanted to leave, but I noticed that most of the clientele appeared to be high on Ecstasy. I said “I’m sure we’ll be fine and we were.”
I find that the vast majority of people I meet are overwhelmingly positive. Sometimes younger guys try to make fun of me, but I just meet them with a fun loving smile, and they never get mean. The only people who give me dirty looks are the angry people who give everyone dirty looks.
Actually street people and loiterers give me more respect as a trans because I’m showing some moxy by dressing femme.
That’s me at a Halloween Rave that I attended with my GF, my daughter, and her new BF. It was his meet the “father’ night.