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Guest Sally Stone

Since the crossdresser's national holiday is fast approaching I was wondering what you girls might be planning.

I am planning on attending a Halloween Party in Pittsburgh. I will be going as a Lady Swashbuckler. The costume will show lots of cleavage and lots of leg, perfect for Halloween...don't you think?

Arrg me ladies,


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Guest Eva Jean

halloween for me will probably just be an ordinary day, sadly. of course i'm going to decorate but i intend to leave the decorations up and live in a world of permanent halloween, inspired by the nightmare before christmas lol. but if its on a school day, it could be fun. but no parties or anything. i dont do well at parties

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So far nothing is planned. Maybe I can sneak out and get a couple of skirts and tops. That way I can fool nobody by telling them I'm getting dressed as a woman for Holloween.

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Guest Cassandra_s

My wife (to whom I'm not yet "out") was looking through one of those costume catalogs the other night, and asking which one I liked best. I told her, to which her reply was, "Really? I would have thought you would have liked to see me in this one." "Oh, I thought you meant for me" was my reply. I'm deadly serious, she thinks I'm joking. I do my best not to cry at the tragedy that I have let my life become.

So, I don't know what I'm wearing on halloween, but I doubt I'll get my chance to dress :(

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Guest Michelle/nuckles

i think i,ll stay home with the lights off and lay in bed. be cause

there will be no trick or treaters in my area

Plus i know i wont be invited to any parties. Be cause i never had be fore.

so that what it is going to be like in my house :(

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Guest CharlieRose

I'm wearing a beeeyutiful green and gold sari that I bought a while ago and handing out candy. :D I looove saris, and I have quite a few indian friends that I'm sure will lend me some jewelry.

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I would so love to be able to answer the door dressed in my black tights, tight black mini-skirt and blacktop, with full padding in my bra. My face mask, over the knee spike heeled (4"+) boots, fishnets and witches hat with long black (real hair) wig, but if I did, and word got back to work, I would out of a job so fast my feet would not touch the ground as I was fired and thrown out of the area, never mind just work!

But, I can dream can't I?

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