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Teri Anne

I used to wear semi revealing tops/ short skirts when I first "came out" trying to prove something I guess but these days I don't have anything to prove.

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Elizabeth Star
2 hours ago, Holly Elizabeth said:

Me today. 

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You look good in this top. I was looking at a dress earlier that has similar colors and patterns. 

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3 hours ago, Elizabeth Star said:

I went for a slightly more athletic look today. 

 

Hey @Elizabeth Staris that a "tee dress" under sweater? Like the combo . . 

 

@Holly Elizabeth

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Way too much showing. Lol

 

Not really! The look is right . . you been talking to my doctor? He swears "can do" with me but jury is still out. They are hurting again, it's only been (what?) a week this Sunday . . 

 

@Jandi 

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Times were different, or maybe not.

 

       Actually NOT those times were definitely BETTER! And telling my father, before he passed, turned out to be quite easy because he had already been "primed" for me: his best "male" co-worker friend (mom was BF with wife "Lee" as well), living just down the street from us, in the mid 1960's, was eventually FIRED when she transitioned and become "Georgette"!

 

I was only 'bout 10, they moved away to north Jersey soon thereafter, but mom and Lee remained close and we ALL finally moved south to Florida together as well (sans "Georgette" of course!) WEIRD ALERT SORRY!! 

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Jackie C.
3 hours ago, Holly Elizabeth said:

This top really needs something more, like another top over it. Way too much showing.

 

Hey, at least you've got something to show.

 

I was just in my boring-old work uniform today. Jeans and a work-safe T. Ho hum.

 

Hugs!

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5 hours ago, Sally Stone said:

     white roller skates and a poodle skirt would have put me over the moon.  Unfortunately, I think that outfit would have put my parents over the moon for a different reason.

 

        Am DYING to play tennis again! Bought on ebay the same "classic racket" (an AMF HEAD Arthur Ashe Competition 2) had in high school and now 'ave a very short white skirt to match!

 

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YMCA watch out!

 

VERY WEIRD ALERT: it's funny the things that *stick* - to this day remember the name of the young boy who lived across the street that I used to *experiment* with when 13/14 years old . . . 

 

Of course he always insisted I play "the girl" 😘 I've since considered the "child abused" angle but NO, was a happy/adjusted kid don't think the case.

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Teri Anne

I experimented with boys when I was 12 or 13 and it was interesting.

I have a different angle now and I love it. Feels right now.

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1 hour ago, Jackie C. said:

I was just in my boring-old work uniform today. Jeans and a work-safe T. Ho hum.

 

What's "a work-safe T"? My owner/boss at work is a middle-aged lady who, under ruse of rubbing back, noticed my bra-strap for sure! LATEST IDEA: all the office girls wear black athletic tights so will wear black jeans tomorrow to better "fit the look" (i am a driver, out in the yard with "the boys")

 

We also 'ave a new girl in the yard, heavy set & older, who mistakenly(?) called me "ma'am" then apologized, corrected herself told her "it's ok, I will respond to BOTH".

 

Now she wants "to talk" (no time today!)

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Jackie C.
1 hour ago, Kiera said:

What's "a work-safe T"?

 

From the employee handbook; "T-shirts without cartoon characters or bumper-sticker sayings on them." 

 

The cartoon rule is negotiable so long as the cartoon characters are kid-friendly (Elsa is OK, Peter Griffin is not) and do not come with captions. I checked during the orientation meeting.

 

So I bought two 5-packs of basic single-color t-shirts from Amazon to go to work in. My VERY deep collection of t-shirts with clever things written on them is useless to me now.

 

Though I could probably still wear a couple. The T-shirt with the kitten attacking the sailing ship for example (Release the Kitten!). The one that declares me, "Majestically Lesbian," not so much. The t-shirt with the chemistry joke on it is probably cool though. I mean it's educational even if nobody gets it.

 

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Teri Anne

Might as well fit the look.

 

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Elizabeth Star

@KieraIt's actually a tank. It's Somona brand and super stretchy. My wife thought it was a dress the first time I wore it, started a fight. It's a little big now and you can easily see the top of my bra so I always wear something over it.

 

@Jackie C.I was only part was through your post and thought of the majestically lesbian shirt. Sounds like an act of oppression that the rules say you can't wear it.

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Susan R
4 hours ago, Kiera said:

My owner/boss at work is a middle-aged lady who, under ruse of rubbing back, noticed my bra-strap for sure!

LOL, This brought back a memory from a long time ago. Back in the 80’s, No one in my business knew of my crossdressing. To alleviate my stress (GD), I always wore some ladies undergarments but bras were reserved only when I wore sweaters and even then, not very often. One day my employee caught me adjusting my bra strap. Within a few minutes, she managed to figure out a way to do the ‘comforting back rub ruse’ as you mentioned. It was obvious after that moment...she knew. She never brought the topic up to me but we had some unspoken understanding that I wasn’t ready to come out to her. She was just a really nice person who obviously had a lot of empathy.

 

Susan R🌷

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Teri Anne

Back when I was still driving big rigs I wore a bra sometimes just so I could feel "right" .

On really cold days I wore leggings and one of the office ladies noticed a lacy bottom trim by my ankle and she said  I'll bet those legging look cute on you and I said I think they do you want to see them?

She declined with a bit of a chuckle.

She said she had tried to get her husband to wear them under his Carharts in the winter on his construction job because he always complained long underwear was un comfortable.

She was the same one that saw my bra straps a few years later.

She smiled and said are you a CDer? I said whats that and winked.

 

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Susan R
1 hour ago, Teri Anne said:

She smiled and said are you a CDer? I said whats that and winked.

Absolutely the BEST response...love it!🌷

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Teri Anne

I have run into her recently and she knows I have switched teams since I have retired now.

I think she was a bit shocked because she said you were so manly back then I would have never suspected you would go 24/7.

She did say I made a pretty woman so that was all I needed.

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11 hours ago, Teri Anne said:

She declined with a bit of a chuckle.

 

😉 lol I am very well liked at work but, problem is, son works there as well and doesn't like talking 'bout "my issue".

 

Big rigs? Used to drive a '78 "extended hood" KW aerodyne  with a "3408" when cabovers were the standard (55/60' length laws)

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Charlize

Holly that top certainly does push the PG label.  A bit close to X.

    I once dressed a bit over the top.  After all i had somehow noticed the women with short skirts  and low tops more than the "plain" ones.  It was also fun at first to excite that glance from men.  Time has lengthened my skirts and yet somehow i feel just as feminine even in dirty jeans and top working the farm.

   We all have our styles which makes the world go round.

 

Hugs,

 

Charlize

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17 hours ago, Kiera said:

We also 'ave a new girl in the yard, heavy set & older, who mistakenly(?) called me "ma'am" then apologized, corrected herself told her "it's ok, I will respond to BOTH".

 

Now she wants "to talk" (no time today!)

Sounds interesting.

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Teri Anne
7 hours ago, Kiera said:

 

😉 lol I am very well liked at work but, problem is, son works there as well and doesn't like talking 'bout "my issue".

 

Big rigs? Used to drive a '78 "extended hood" KW aerodyne  with a "3408" when cabovers were the standard (55/60' length laws)

I had a 77 359 Pete with a big cam 400 Cummins, A76 GMC Astro cab over with a 600 horse Detroit Diesel / silver 92 TT/A.

It was built to haul oil pipe to Alaska so it was heavy duty and perfect for hauling coal in Ky.

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15 hours ago, Susan R said:

LOL, This brought back a memory from a long time ago. Back in the 80’s, No one in my business knew of my crossdressing. To alleviate my stress (GD), I always wore some ladies undergarments but bras were reserved only when I wore sweaters and even then, not very often. One day my employee caught me adjusting my bra strap. Within a few minutes, she managed to figure out a way to do the ‘comforting back rub ruse’ as you mentioned. It was obvious after that moment...she knew. She never brought the topic up to me but we had some unspoken understanding that I wasn’t ready to come out to her. She was just a really nice person who obviously had a lot of empathy.

 

Susan R🌷

Strangely enough a number of men trying to figure me out have done that back rubbing thing. This was half a lifetime ago. I always suspected they were checking for a bra but could never be sure. I never wore one in public. There was always some vibe I gave off no matter how hard I tried to suppress it. It sort of reminded me of dogs smelling another dog’s butt!!

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3 hours ago, Teri Anne said:

 . . . a 600 horse Detroit Diesel / silver 92 TT/A.

 

Drove one too! A V8 2-stroke oil leaker that died as soon as it saw a hill?

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Linda Marie

Today I'm wearing this. I'm not much of a pants person, had to wear them for over 40 years. 

I love my dresses and skirts. I don't go out much anymore either. No need to.

Life is quiet boring at the moment for me, which is pretty good considering all the stuff in my past.

 

 

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rainflower

You look like a wonderful lady.

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Susan R

I agree with @AwesomeClaire and I am in love with that sweater you’re wearing in image #2!

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Elizabeth Star

This is one of my favorite top. I don’t do yoga but I like the clothes. Sorry for the weird pose I noticed something when I walked past my mirror. When did that happen? 
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Susan R
2 hours ago, Elizabeth Star said:

This is one of my favorite top. I don’t do yoga but I like the clothes. Sorry for the weird pose I noticed something when I walked past my mirror. When did that happen? 
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You’re looking more feminine than ever. Keep doing what you’re doing @Elizabeth Star. It’s obvious it’s working well for you!

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