One thing is sure about crossdressing. It is really confusing about why we do it. Furthermore, what others think about it can weigh heavily on us crossdressers, enough so that we try to repress it. But can the urge to crossdress simply be put away?
Remember January 1st of this year? Do you remember your hopes and dreams for the new year? If you were like me, you may have thought about some of the crossdressing goals you would like to do for the year. I feel I have made some progress, and I’d like to share with you in the hope that it inspires you to take a fresh look at your own goals for crossdressing.
I think we all would like perfection in our worlds, where everything is going right for us. While we have glimpses of perfection from time to time, our worlds often fall short. In some cases, it falls very short, causing ripple effects into other areas of one’s life. Such was the case for me recently, ripples and all. What can we learn from these crossdressing ripple effects?
As a crossdresser myself, I have had a number of questions about myself and others in the crossdressing community. The questions for others were more to satisfy my curiosity and to gain knowledge. Perhaps these are some of the same reasons why you read my blog. As for the questions I have for myself, they look into my motivations, reasons, and dreams. Why crossdress? I answer some of these questions in this post. Don’t you have some of the same questions for yourself?
As a crossdresser, I have overcome several of my fears. My biggest struggle is direct contact with strangers. I have no problem walking among people while dressed, driving, etc. What I do fear is one-on-one interaction. Overcoming crossdressing fear is one of my main goals of this year. This week a sandwich came to my rescue!
I spend time daily reading the online forums on crossdressers.com. In my opinion, I think the participants fall into two categories: those who are confident with their crossdressing, and those who are not. I think most participants are those who are less confident. The site is a terrific resource for building crossdressing confidence, because those who are insecure can learn so much from the advice of those who have become at ease with their crossdressing.
Long before I started writing this blog, I followed a number of others. One of those is by Susan Miller. Over the years, some of her stories have amazed and inspired me. In my opinion, one of the best stories was published Friday, March 9, 2018. I am so excited about the story of Susan Miller’s neighbor that I just had to share it with you, dear readers.
I didn’t know until Tuesday night that Winston Churchill, the leader of the United Kingdom during World War II, and I, a somewhat timid crossdresser, have something in common. That something is overcoming fear.
For all of us crossdressers, we have our share of ups and downs on our crossdressing journey. The past few months were an up for me, but I’ve had a setback. I now have more limited crossdressing opportunities. Read More
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