When I post on my website it’s often about something I’ve been thinking about for a few days (or for a few years). Sometimes a post is about a recent adventure I had en femme. Sometimes it’s a post about a dress I am reviewing. Sometimes a post can take a lot of effort as I take a very small thought and, in a sense, drag it into the light for what I hope are thoughts worth reading.
Sometimes what I write about is inspired by your comments. Yes, you! I love reading comments for a few reasons. It is nice to know that people are reading what I am posting about and are connecting with it. It reminds me that there are so many others like us out there.
I posted something a few days ago that generated a few comments and emails and it got me thinking again how anyone in the world might be a crossdresser. I received emails that from guys that work in factories but are wearing Victoria’s Secret under their work jeans. Human Resource Directors who wear a bra under their three-piece suits. I received emails from executives and manual laborers. It was amazing.
Knowing that there are countless others like us is really comforting. We are not alone.
When I was in high school I worked in fast food. People had no idea that the sixteen year old boy taking their order was wearing panties.
When I was in college I took communication classes. My classmates has no idea I was giving a speech while wearing panties.
When I was in my twenties I managed a bookstore. My co-workers had no idea I was wearing panties.
When I interviewed for the job I had now, I wore panties under my suit.
My point is (besides that I wear panties) is that you don’t really know.
If you feel comfortable in doing so, please comment with who you are and what you wear. Be vague. Be anonymous. Are you wearing red stilettos as you drive your 18-wheeler across the country? Are you in a Zoom meeting in a tie and a miniskirt? I would love to see comments like “I drive for Uber and wear leggings under my jeans” or “I am a CEO and I wear matching bras and panties all the time.”