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Hello I am Bre and a fulltime crossdresser since I was 20.As a young boy with non supportive parents,knew I wasn't like any normal rough and tough boy.I liked the feminine wardrobe and shoes starting at age 10.Was caught several times and my parents couldn't take it anymore giving up on me.It wasn't easy at first and I admit this.I thought it would get any worse and didn't.A couple ex family friends of my parents decided to take me in including my two younger sisters,they have been a great inspiration to me to this day.One of them,she let me go in her closet and try things on and it was with her heels starting at first which I loved.It was also trying on my younger sister's dresses which I loved as well.It was part time at first even through my teens.By the age of 20,knew I wanted to be fulltime as Bre.Luckily I had support after a talk and that is when I said good bye to my life as male feeling the male wardrobe was getting bored to wear.I live a much happier life now thanks to the true parents that took me in.My sisters see me as a great big sister now showing them their dreams can happen in life.

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Hey @BreM! Lovely to meet you! Always happy to meet someone else from here as well.


Also, yeah, boy clothes suck... except for the pockets. It would be nice to have pockets more often. 😋 Sure, it would ruin my lines, but sometimes a girl's got to have somewhere to put stuff, you know?


So yeah, look around, post as the mood strikes you, whatever. Welcome and we hope you enjoy your stay!



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I am blessed to have a great supportive wife Liv whom I did marry in January of this year.A dad of 3,a 16 year old daughter,14 year old son and a 12 year old son whom do call me dad and sometimes Bre

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Welcome to Trans Pulse, Bre.  Thank you for sharing your story; it was very interesting.  I'm glad for you that your life turned out well and you are happy and fulfilled.  You have a pretty amazing family.  I look forward to reading your contributions to this site.




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Welcome to Trans Pulse, Bre! I was an only child. So no sisters. But had I had them, I'm quite certain I'd have been into their clothes too. I'm glad things have gone so well for you & hope you enjoy the time you spend here on Trans Pulse. 😊

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I overcame the struggles in my life not letting anything get in my way.Learned to figure it out and know I am well loved for who I am now

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Welcome Bre


4 hours ago, Jackie C. said:

Also, yeah, boy clothes suck... except for the pockets. It would be nice to have pockets more often. 😋 Sure, it would ruin my lines, but sometimes a girl's got to have somewhere to put stuff, you know?

I have a smaller cellphone.  It fits in my bra okay when necessary.

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1 hour ago, Jandi said:

It fits in my bra okay when necessary.


Sure, but that only works if you have actual cleavage. Show off. 😜



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Hi Bre,

Welcome to Transpulse. I'm glad you're here!


Lots of love and a big welcome hug,

Timber Wolf🐾

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Welcome Bre.  As a farm girl i make sure my skirts do have pockets in large part because of the cell phone issue.  When i try to answer my phone in a purse it is a race i often loose.  Glad you've joined us here!





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On 11/27/2020 at 11:35 AM, BreM said:

Luckily I had support after a talk and that is when I said good bye to my life as male feeling the male wardrobe was getting bored to wear.I live a much happier life now thanks to the true parents that took me in.My sisters see me as a great big sister now showing them their dreams can happen in life.

Hello @BreM, It’s a pleasure to meet you...welcome! I wish everyone that found this site had this kind of support in place even though you had a rocky start. I feel for you and can relate to not having support early when you were younger and had little understanding of what was wrong. It was a different time back then but this does not excuse the lack of support from your birth parents. I’m glad you’re now flourishing in your new life and family. I think you’ll do great things with allies like that in your corner. I look forward reading more about your continuing journey and learning more about who you are.


Warmest Regards,

Susan R🌷

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