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I Am A Tranny

Posted by DeadAngelLover22 from Cardiff - Published on 14/03/2011 at 10:38
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Note to readers, this is not my personal work or thoughts I just posted it after I got this from a contact of mine who was happy to share their experience.

Yes, I am a Tranny or for those of you who do not know what that is, I am a Transvestite.

I do not know why I am, but I have a few ideas why. I do not go out very often dressed up mainly because of getting clocked, or found out. It first raised its head some years ago, I am now 61, and no, I am not bi-sexual, or gay, I am happily married, and my wife tolerates it, providing that I do not get dressed up in front of her, or discuss it too often.

Some years ago I found out about a shop in London that deals expressly in TV clothing etc., so off I went with some trepidation, not knowing what to expect, or if I would meet other likeminded people there. The shop has a branch in Birmingham, and its HQ in Manchester.

They offer a dressing service, including make-up, foundation wear, shoes and accessories, but you are not allowed outside. This obviously comes at a cost, but hey! Thats what its all about unfortunately, anyway I digress a bit. I arrived at the shop and taking a deep breath, entered to find that there were two female assistants, who were very welcoming, and within moments asked if I wanted a cup of coffee, free of course, providing that you stay a while. 

I visited that place a couple of times. Eventually I plucked up courage to travel back to South Wales on the train from Paddington station, which was very scary. What if I wanted to go to the loo? Which toilet would I use? Cant use the male toilets as Im dressed as a female, and cant use the female toilet, as I could be spotted as a male in female clothes. Anyway it didnt matter as I didnt need to go and I could go on the train if needs be.

Clothing

I find no trouble going into everyday shops to get clothes for her, shoes are a little more difficult as I am 6' 2" with size 10 feet, but I can get away with wearing size 8 or 9 depending on the style. Obviously I cant try shoes on in the shop of my choice, the shop staff may get quite embarrassed by the experience, but I have tried shoes on in Tesco or ASDA, if it is quiet in the all-night stores. 

I am quite conservative with my clothing, and make-up, I dont believe that just because you are a tranny you have to look like a drag queen, though I do love wearing high heeled shoes or boots. I own two wigs at present, both bought at local markets.

The Law

Now thats an interesting one. In some respects it is possible to get arrested for a breach of the peace, even if I was not soliciting or pestering anyone as it could be seen as obscene by some people who do not understand. From what I can gather things are a little more relaxed now, especially now that the gay fraternity are accepted more nowadays.

IMAGE: It's all about the shoes by Corey Ann 

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