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Bri2020

@Elizabeth StarWhen you said you were pushing your comfort zone I thought you were referring to the break from your color palette. hahaha

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Elizabeth Star
3 hours ago, Teri Anne said:

Yeah  best be careful LOLOL.

I used to wear crop tops a lot and mishaps did happen.

Thus the red bra. If I have a mishap it'll be worth while.

 

2 hours ago, Bri2020 said:

@Elizabeth StarWhen you said you were pushing your comfort zone I thought you were referring to the break from your color palette. hahaha

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I guess I did kind of paint myself into that corner. Ihave been trying wear more colors though. Just wait I have some pink and white pants on order. Can't believe I'm gonna risk wearing white but they're so cute.

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When up in the country to visit a friend.   She gave me this shawl she made.  F2E415BB-EB99-4B84-A9B5-5AC4B9EC4344.thumb.jpeg.60f9bb7fdb7afde9506246e0762018e7.jpeg

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Erica Gabriel

Just for fun I’ll add a little pic of me today 🤩

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Elizabeth Star
3 hours ago, Jandi said:

When up in the country to visit a friend.   She gave me this shawl she made.  F2E415BB-EB99-4B84-A9B5-5AC4B9EC4344.thumb.jpeg.60f9bb7fdb7afde9506246e0762018e7.jpeg

 

That's pretty.

 

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6 hours ago, Erica Gabriel said:

Just for fun I’ll add a little pic of me today 🤩

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Looks like a nice place to cycle. I like to get out on the bike when i can also:)

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Linda Marie

Today I'm going with a more casual look. Nothing planned today, just some friends coming over.

I believe I will go with this outfit next week also, big family meet.

Hope all have a good day,

LM. 

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Teri Anne

Have a great time with your friends today.

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I sure wish I could share things I wear - at least they are all ladies clothes now and they feel right.

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Elizabeth Star
1 hour ago, Shay said:

I sure wish I could share things I wear - at least they are all ladies clothes now and they feel right.

Now you've peaked my interest.

 

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You all look amazing in your outfits. I missed a lot the past several weeks.

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Bri2020

Love this top although most days I cover it with a jean shirt to hide the tats. Although the laser treatments are really working at removing them.  Electrolysis day so no makeup- lipstick on a pig theory. lol.

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Elizabeth Star

Nothing special today.  Black high-neck tank and jeans. The neckline is more conservative then I usually wear but I really like the look and feel. 
 

Also added finishing powder to my makeup routine. Not that I need it for work but practice makes perfect. 
 

 

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Bri2020

Looking great Liz! The high neckline works for you and it's always great to see you smile in your pics ;)

 

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Beatriz

Great outfits and pics! And yes, Liz, you look wonderful in that picture! Great smile!

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2 hours ago, Bri2020 said:

it's always great to see you smile in your pics

Oh yes!

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Erica Gabriel
11 hours ago, Bri2020 said:

Love this top although most days I cover it with a jean shirt to hide the tats. Although the laser treatments are really working at removing them.  Electrolysis day so no makeup- lipstick on a pig theory. lol.

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I hate electrolysis days. I have to have at least 2 days of growth before I get zapped. Thank goodness my job requires me to wear a mask.

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rainflower

You all look so sweet.

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HaraSurya

I'm not going to post, but I've gone back to a masculine, bearded look.

 

But having said that, having posted here and been part of the community briefly has changed my views of the matter. While I don't, physically in real life, take on a feminine appearance I'm far more accepting of it than I was before.

Besides that, I still take on a feminine role online using 3d imagery and whatnot. I can't explain why I changed other than I don't think I felt the pull to a feminine aspect even remotely as strongly as some here. Even then, just last night I dreamed I was a woman so it's an aspect of me, just not a primary one.

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Bri2020

Post electro days are so much nicer. Have a couple interviews to do today and then the rest of the day to myself. Even did a light but full makeup day (minus lipstick- it just comes off on masks anyway)

@HaraSuryathat's why it's a spectrum. You're probably more toward gender fluid than a binary definition. Who care though- you be you!

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LaurenA
13 hours ago, Erica Gabriel said:

I hate electrolysis days. I have to have at least 2 days of growth before I get zapped. Thank goodness my job requires me to wear a mask.

I've been told to not shave for 5 days before.  At least most of the facial hair is gone.

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I usually prefer dresses and skirts, but I have to admit I do quite like this outfit I'm wearing. I just wish the top of the jeans had belt loops that I could ut a belt in to stop it turning over down my fat belly.

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Linda Marie

Today will be a hard day in the office, so I decided to just dress the part.

Oh, yeah, my office is in my basement, I am retired but still work from home.

I do love dressing up and really love skirts and dresses. Spring is coming and it will be back to mom pants and gardening

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Teri Anne
10 hours ago, HaraSurya said:

I'm not going to post, but I've gone back to a masculine, bearded look.

 

But having said that, having posted here and been part of the community briefly has changed my views of the matter. While I don't, physically in real life, take on a feminine appearance I'm far more accepting of it than I was before.

Besides that, I still take on a feminine role online using 3d imagery and whatnot. I can't explain why I changed other than I don't think I felt the pull to a feminine aspect even remotely as strongly as some here. Even then, just last night I dreamed I was a woman so it's an aspect of me, just not a primary one.

 

Nothing wrong with that at all you do whats best for you.

Think of it as a learning curve in understanding yourself.

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