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JillAnne

 hello everyone I am new to the forum. I am 63 years old and have been cross dressing since I was 8 years old. My urges have come and gone over the years but it seems I always end up cross dressing. I wouldn’t feel quilty, if it wasn’t for my wife disapproving. Anyway thanks for accepting me and look forward to more posts.

 

LOVE❤️

 

JiiAnne

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Carolyn Marie

Hello Jill Anne and welcome to Trans Pulse!  We have many cross dressers here and I'm sure some of them will come along soon to say hello, too.  You're welcome to post questions and comments in any of them forums, not just the CD forums, and let us know what's up with you.

 

Your photo is nice, and you can post more, as long as they are in keeping with our Community Rules, which you can find Here.

 

HUGS

 

Carolyn Marie

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Sandra6sandy9sand

Hi Jill Anne, I’m 74 and have been dressing for as long as I can remember.  I wear woman’s cloths all the time and feel very complete.  There is a woman inside my body and I love her.

 

My wife seems to be neutral and only occasionally says something.

 

Take care and enjoy life.

 

Sandra

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Susan R
2 hours ago, Sandra6sandy9sand said:

There is a woman inside my body and I love her.

I absolutely love this statement.  It gives me chills just thinking about it.  I'm crazy, I know.

 

Thank you Sandra,

Susan R🌷

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JillAnne

Me too 

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Petra Jane

Hi JillAnne, same age as me!

 

Welcome to the forums, if a little belated.

On 11/1/2018 at 3:26 PM, JillAnne said:

My urges have come and gone over the years but it seems I always end up cross dressing.

It does seem to be the norm, I've cd'd on and off for years too. Now I can do so pretty much when I wish as I am on my own, not lonely though, I have my friends at work and PJ to come home to.

These days PJ often is able to spend much of the weekend and all night pretty much all week long.

 

Once it's dark PJ is with me and I feel so relaxed all the stresses of the day melt away. Must admit to have been very stressed in the past, now not at all, enjoy your private time, but remember too, you are lucky in that you have a wife and whilst she may not approve, at least she seems to be willing to allow you to do so?

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Ritacd0

Hello Jill Anne I'n new here too only joined today but is nice to read what other people of like minds say and be able communicate any ideas or comments.

 

Welcome anyway

Rita

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