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Offline therealme

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hello from los angeles
« on: June 08, 2021, 05:54:20 pm »
well, here i am, ready to finally take a chance with myself and reach out and interact with others with this....dna, bug, itch, identity?

i don't know who i am yet, regarding crossdressing - whether i'm in it for just the sexual excitement of it, or if this being, or at the very least, dressing to be a woman is what i really want to do full time.  I've never been given much time alone to really explore if i would actually wear womens clothing day and night, but so far, it does seem that after my sexual release, i am overloaded with that sense of shame, which usually makes me take everything off, which again, makes me wonder if it's just a sexual thing.

anyways, i'm here to explore more about this thing that i've had probably since i was a child (i'm 45) now.

i hope to learn more about all of you and myself!


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Re: hello from los angeles
« Reply #1 on: June 08, 2021, 05:59:13 pm »
well, here i am, ready to finally take a chance with myself and reach out and interact with others with this....dna, bug, itch, identity?

i don't know who i am yet, regarding crossdressing - whether i'm in it for just the sexual excitement of it, or if this being, or at the very least, dressing to be a woman is what i really want to do full time.  I've never been given much time alone to really explore if i would actually wear womens clothing day and night, but so far, it does seem that after my sexual release, i am overloaded with that sense of shame, which usually makes me take everything off, which again, makes me wonder if it's just a sexual thing.

anyways, i'm here to explore more about this thing that i've had probably since i was a child (i'm 45) now.

i hope to learn more about all of you and myself!
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Dear Therealme:
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Re: hello from los angeles
« Reply #2 on: June 09, 2021, 04:17:04 am »
... it does seem that after my sexual release, i am overloaded with that sense of shame, which usually makes me take everything off...

Many of us have experienced the same thing as far as the feeling of shame goes. I have tried to do several manly things, such as jobs with uniforms, motorcycles, guns and fast cars. None of it ever helped. I was not happy with myself until I learned to accept myself as I am.

I went through many cycles of building a collection of women's clothing and later purging the entire lot due to shame. Fear of being discovered can be over whelming and disastrous if our "hobby" is actually discovered.

The single most important thing I did was to accept myself and let everybody else's opinion go. I needed to be myself, out and proud, but at the same time blending in with society as a whole.

How you describe yourself is up to you. The essence of Pride is to openly be yourself.

Take care  :-*




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