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SheenaT

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Why does a simple thing like being able to wear panties hold so much importance? 

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The freedom to wear them or anything feminine is so freeing.

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1 minute ago, Jaycie said:

Absolutely!!! In men's clothing I'm dysphoric,  sad and feel like I'm trapped and the walls are closing in on me!!!

 

Not a day goes buy without nice a nice pair of panties, bra, toes and fingers painted or polished, at least a little makeup. I only wear women's jeans... These are just to get by for boy-mode. Boy-mode is so a trying and tragic time for all of us MTF I'm sure!!! 

I so long to wear more than panties. I have considered womens jeans. I do occasionally wear leggings. I love em!

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7 minutes ago, Jaycie said:

Leggings are great, and so comfy!!!

 

At home only, I do wear mostly women's clothing especially during my work from home days or PJs at bedtime. My days out in public as my true self are way more limited than I want them to be, but those are always great days for sure!!!

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2 hours ago, SheenaT said:

I so long to wear more than panties. I have considered womens jeans. I do occasionally wear leggings. I love em!

Firstly, I understand your longing, and wish your circumstances could allow it. Panties were essentially my only saving grace for 4 years prior to spring '21. Ladies' jeans are a good start, though, because they're cut differently than men's, and I, anyway, can feel the difference. Leggings? Awesome.

 

@JaycieYour comment on feeling trapped, etc...so true.

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1 minute ago, Hannah Renee said:

Firstly, I understand your longing, and wish your circumstances could allow it. Panties were essentially my only saving grace for 4 years prior to spring '21. Ladies' jeans are a good start, though, because they're cut differently than men's, and I, anyway, can feel the difference. Leggings? Awesome.

 

@JaycieYour comment on feeling trapped, etc...so true.

Need to try womens jeans.😊

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12 minutes ago, SheenaT said:

Need to try womens jeans.😊

I quite imagine they would suit you well. Go for it.

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@SheenaTHave you thought about perhaps a necklace that would hide well enough under your shirts, or perhaps a skin-toned polish on your toenails? I did that for a while before my wife and I separated.

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57 minutes ago, Hannah Renee said:

@SheenaTHave you thought about perhaps a necklace that would hide well enough under your shirts, or perhaps a skin-toned polish on your toenails? I did that for a while before my wife and I separated.

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1 hour ago, Hannah Renee said:

I quite imagine they would suit you well. Go for it.

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