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Shopping was great today,decided to try a new women's clothing store and was amazed how I was treated very well.Walked in,the sales ladies were great and said ask for help if I need it.Looked around and saw I liked the selection they had.Then the fun part happened,the shopping.I was looking for a couple dresses and bought 5 of them in blue,dark navy,black,red and pink.I did get lucky with the black dress,sales lady said they had some in my size in the back room and did get me one.The best relieving part was I was treated very well and they said I was the 3rd crossdresser to come in to shop.Good thing is the owner made her store crossdresser and transgendered friendly.I said I will be coming back shopping for work clothes in August,saw they will be getting business from me.

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Yesterday I went to Target and bought some tops and a pink pair of shorts, them went to the mall, got a pedi and mani, then to Victoria's Secret to be fitted for the right size bra. The ladies that helped me were wonderful and very professional. All in all, a great day! I 

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