This past fall I was in Las Vegas for a few days. In addition to scoping out the area for a possible future move, I wanted to take a few opportunities to experience the city’s atmosphere for crossdressers. I have already reported upon my positive outing to Satay Thai Bistro & Bar in Las Vegas, Nevada. This time I am reporting on a more significant outing, to the Divas Las Vegas show, hosted by Frank Marino.
If you are going out en femme for any length of time, you are eventually going to need to use a restroom. I don’t know about you, but I don’t yet feel comfortable going into a women’s restroom because I may scare someone. Because I fear being assaulted, I also won’t go into a men’s restroom. That is where one of the best crossdresser resources, Refuge Restrooms, is of such great benefit.
I got to do something last week that I never thought I could do in this rural part of America! No, it wasn’t tipping over a cow, nor was it waiting to pass a slow-moving tractor. No, my friends, it was better than that! I was going on a crossdresser shopping trip with a nearby crossdressing friend. Read More
All of us have different body shapes and sizes, each with its advantages and liabilities. Did you know that you can use clothing to highlight your assets while also minimizing your weaknesses? To help you choose the clothing styles that are best for you, Sami’s pick is Flatter Your Figure, by Jan Larkey. This book has improved Sami’s wardrobe.
I believe that most new crossdressers have a lot of questions. I certainly did. I found Crossdressers.com is a valuable resource for answering some of these questions. Here are, for example, some typical questions many new crossdressers have:
- Why am I interested in crossdressing?
- How do I choose the proper clothes to wear?
- Where is a good site for learning how to apply makeup?
- I wonder whether there are others who can relate to a recent event I’ve had?
- How have other crossdressers dealt with coming out to others?
One of the main reasons why I wanted to start this blog is because I want to grow as a crossdresser. The opportunity to check out restaurants gives me a place to have as a destination in mind for crossdressing in public. This is something I still fear doing, but I am getting more comfortable doing so. The Crossdresser Report is a win-win for my readers and myself. The readers get a valuable resource that helps them along their own journeys, and I am learning to deal with fear as a crossdresser.
An idea I had this week is to document my progress on that journey. I feel this is helpful to other crossdressers. Each of us has our own obstacles and perhaps reading about how I overcome mine, over time, will help others working through similar circumstances. Read More
I admit it. Not only am I an introvert, I also fear how people react to me. Both of these attributes have been my lifelong personality traits. Being a crossdresser with these traits is difficult, but I have a story about how I am progressing forward despite them.