Let’s face it. Although men can wear earrings today, most do not. What they do wear is simple, usually studs or small hoops. Women have so many more beautiful choices. As a crossdresser, if you are new to the joys of earrings, please follow me through your introduction to the many choices you can consider! Whatever your style, you will be able to find crossdresser earrings that are alluring to you.
Speaking for myself as a crossdresser, one of my goals is to shape my body into a more feminine appearance. For this, I need to make some of my parts larger (breasts, bottom, and hips) and others smaller (waist). I wear a corset for crossdressing to make my waist smaller.
Adding to parts is relatively easy. You just buy the part and add it on. Making a part, such as a waist, smaller requires more work. Part of it is from dieting (in my case, losing 50 pounds out of an 85-pound goal), and part of it is squeezing.
My preferred method of squeezing is using a waist-training corset. The reason is that a good waist-training corset withstands much pressure, and the results are amazing. Please follow along to see how to do it.
Congratulations! You have decided you are ready to buy yourself a ring. Rings are a great way to feminize you hands. As a crossdresser, it is important that your choice compliments and enhances your appearance, rather than drawing undo attention to you. With thousands and thousands of choices, how do you decide upon The One? How do you choose the perfect ring?
Many new crossdressers really don’t know what to think about rings. After all, most men don’t wear rings as a decoration. A wedding band is about the limit. So do you want to venture into the amazing world of rings with me? Read on! In this first of a series about rings, I’ll teach you how to find your ring size.
You see them at nearly every checkout lane, staring you in the face. These are the models and actresses on the cover of those women’s magazines. The cover entices you by the dreams of wearing what they wear, trying the makeup, and the like. So should you buy it? Or better yet, should a crossdresser subscribe to a women’s magazine?