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/ Re: Males in Feminine Clothing -- Why?
« Last post by Betty on September 19, 2017, 05:53:48 PM »
Psychoanalysis of myself at an early age to understand what I was going through. At a later age it's a desperate attempt to justify who & what I am -- A study of one's self & what's around me.



 
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/ Re: Males in Feminine Clothing -- Why?
« Last post by Robyn Jodie on September 19, 2017, 10:42:01 AM »
Betty,
Very thoughtful answer, including things I hadn't really thought about.  Thank you.
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/ Re: Males in Feminine Clothing -- Why?
« Last post by Betty on September 19, 2017, 07:40:27 AM »
I also fit mostly in the #4 category, but sometimes 3, or 1 & 2 a few times. But mostly it's a fetish rather than just wanting to look pretty. I can enjoy the little girl sissy look as much as wearing high heels & a sexy tight corset or girdle.

I would imagine if male & female clothing was identical, that people would still have the desire to wear costumes, play "dressup" & role playing games for fun, fantasy, or erotic play at least for a few hours once in a while.

Sometimes silky, smooth, or skin tight, or frilly clothes have an interesting or erotic feel & attraction no matter what sex they were intended for. Let's not forget, that even women can feel sexy when wearing their sexy female clothes. She is not trans but may actually enjoy sexy, fancy, but sheer lingerie or heels & a corset.

Heels & a corset aren't really comfort-wear, so there must be a reason some (but not all) women like to wear them, even when not talked into it by a boyfriend.

There will always be some people who will want to dress up as, or act out the role of being a princess, knight in shining armor, Superman, slave girl, ballerina, fireman, or GI Joe.

Even if male & female ballet costumes were the same, there would still be people who want to be a ballerina, or at least play one for a little while.

In it's most basic form, you can look at a house cat. Without any prey in the house it will stalk & attack a pet toy, it's owner, or another cat in the house as prey even though the cat does not intend on hurting the owner, other cat, or destroy the toy. All in fun, the hunt must go on, even if there is no real prey around. Kitty is role-playing a fantasy.

Erotic attachments, & fetishes even go on in the animal kingdom too. Most indoor pets, not fixed, may try to mate with a stuffed toy, rolled up sock, pillow, another species of pet in the house (house cats, dogs, & rabbits under the same roof may try to hump each other), or your leg.

Your parakeet may get very aroused at your finger, face, nose, or just being spoken to & petted, or with a toy.

Many male birds will pay extra attention to their feathers & really show off their plumage elaborately to attract a mate... even spending a lot of time decorating their nest too.

In primitive tribal societies in hot climates where the natives are scantly dressed or almost nude, they will dress themselves up, decorate themselves, or paint themselves to attract mates or a permanent partner.
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/ Re: Males in Feminine Clothing -- Why?
« Last post by ace on September 18, 2017, 11:11:07 PM »
.......
Would you be delighted or disappointed?

 ;D
Delighted .....

I'd be straight online for a 50's style polka dot shirtwaister with voluminous petticoats underneath !

Oh, just for the record, have no wish to be/pass/humiliated as a woman ..

Guess that makes me a number 4 (with sissy tendancies & fantasies)

 ::)
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/ Males in Feminine Clothing -- Why?
« Last post by Robyn Jodie on September 18, 2017, 07:07:56 PM »
Males dress femininely for a variety of reasons.
1 - One of the most obvious is that the person wants to be female.
2 - Another is that the person enjoys "passing" as female.
3 - Maybe he takes pleasure in the humiliation of being found out as a guy in a dress.
4 - Or maybe he guy has no desire to appear feminine, he just likes certain items of feminine clothing.

My question is this:
What if men had the same freedom to dress in traditionally "feminine" clothes that women now have to dress in traditionally "masculine" clothes. What if there were no particular distinction between "men's" vs. "women's" clothes, so that a guy in a dress, etc. were no big deal.

Would you be delighted or disappointed?
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/ Crossdressing & Boys in Makeup Video #3
« Last post by Betty on September 17, 2017, 12:21:43 AM »
Seeing how much everybody liked the last ones, I decided to make another compilation of crossdressers & makeovers.

The sound track was modified, edited, & mixed by me. About 1/4 of the music was composed by me & performed by me on musical keyboards or computers. The rest of it is by independent & un-signed musicians or DJs. I'll bet most of you never heard any of this music before.

The soundtrack is also underground dance & rave club style again. If you don't know what that is, you are not qualified to be a critic of it. Unless I'm willing to pay dearly to use copyrighted music, I have to use royalty-free music from unsigned artists with their permission, stuff I made myself, or Public Domain music.

So you won't hear what's on the radio & TV, or the top 40 there. Besides, if you can turn on any radio or TV to hear that crap, why would we play it there too?

Keep an open mind & let the music play!

Dare to be different!

Enjoy!


(306mb for the HQ version, 85 minutes)

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/ Crossdressing & Boys in Makeup Video #3
« Last post by Betty on September 17, 2017, 12:18:25 AM »
Seeing how much everybody liked the last ones, I decided to make another compilation of crossdressers & makeovers.

The sound track was modified, edited, & mixed by me. About 1/4 of the music was composed by me & performed by me on musical keyboards or computers. The rest of it is by independent & un-signed musicians or DJs. I'll bet most of you never heard any of this music before.

The soundtrack is also underground dance & rave club style again. If you don't know what that is, you are not qualified to be a critic of it. Unless I'm willing to pay dearly to use copyrighted music, I have to use royalty-free music from unsigned artists with their permission, stuff I made myself, or Public Domain music.

So you won't hear what's on the radio & TV, or the top 40 there. Besides, if you can turn on any radio or TV to hear that crap, why would we play it there too?

Keep an open mind & let the music play!

Dare to be different!

Enjoy!

(306mb for the HQ version, 85 minutes)

See more at our YouTube channel:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-noN--r7_wREFSWwV0XB_w

Don't forget to "like", "share", & subscribe!
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/ Re: Classic boy forced to dress as a girl movie
« Last post by Betty on September 17, 2017, 12:03:25 AM »
LOL. Yep, even as a teen if someone or something interrupted the conversation, I'd have to ask what we were talking about because I have no idea anymore.

"Um... Um... Oh shyt. What was I about to say?" Or as many teachers, instructors, or professors would say at least once a week, "Where were we?"

Always, then & now if involved with a complicated task, I'm afraid to to stop until I'm done, because if I stop, I might lose track of where I left off, or loose the thought-train of the project.

Especially when coding or programming, one has to keep a pretty good idea of what was done, & where it's leading to. Almost impossible for complex programming & coding if there's interruptions, distractions, or even too many breaks.

Most of us will even mis-type our own name if interrupted or distracted. This is why we outlawed phones when driving.
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/ Re: Classic boy forced to dress as a girl movie
« Last post by andyg0404 on September 16, 2017, 08:32:54 PM »
Hi,

I enjoyed this brief item from the Ask Marilyn column in Parade Magazine.

Why does repetition help us remember a phone number long enough to make a call?

—Emily Harrison, Nashville, Tennessee

Memory is a complicated subject. But in general, short-term memory can hold about seven to 10 items and lasts between 15 to 30 seconds. (Both limits vary from person to person.) So if we are able to repeat a sequence within that period, we can effectively reset the time clock. And we can do that again and again. But if something interrupts us for more than a few seconds, and our time clock runs out—poof! The memory is gone. We need to look at the phone number and start all over again.


This explains why when I'm talking to my friend on the phone and he interrupts I sometimes lose the thread of what I was saying. Most of the time I can bring it back but sometimes it's lost and I don't remember until much later after I've hung up.

Many years ago I used to listen to a radio personality, Steve Post, when he had a night time show on WBAI, a non-profit radio station, in New York. One night he had on Paul Krassner who was the editor of a radical newspaper, The Realist. They just talked and moved from topic to topic. At one point one of them asked the other how they had gotten on the subject they were discussing. Even then I was mightily impressed when they backtracked and got back to the original topic.

Andy G.
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/ Being forgetful is a sign of Intelligence
« Last post by Betty on September 16, 2017, 04:06:57 PM »
The absent-minded professor is really smart! I find those people who win on the TV game Jeopardy because they remember all sorts of pointless trivia, like what was George Washington's brother-in-law's middle name, live relatively uncomplicated, uneventful lives. Yeah they get University Professors & scientists on the show, but look who's coming up with the correct answers to stuff no normal person would ever memorize.

A study done by the Neuron Journal suggests that forgetting is actually a natural brain process that might actually even make you smarter at the end of the day.

A study by professors at the University of Toronto found that having a perfect memory might have nothing to do with your intelligence. In fact, forgetting the occasional detail might even make you smarter. The person who remembers the most things is seen to be the smartest. The study, however, found that forgetting the occasional detail is normal. In fact, remembering the big picture as opposed to little details is better for your brain and your safety, in the long run.

Our brains are actually a lot smarter than we think. Our brains are so smart that the hippocampus (where memories are stored) weeds out many details. This helps us to optimize intelligent decision making by holding onto what’s important and letting go of what’s not.

This theory makes sense when you think about how it’s more important to remember someone’s face than name. Both might be ideal for social purposes, but if we were in the animal kingdom, remembering someone or something’s face as being a threat will keep us alive, as opposed to remembering their name.

The brain doesn’t just decide what is and important to remember, it actually retains new memories and overwrites old ones. When a brain is too crowded with memories, they are more likely to conflict and interfere with efficient decision making.

Retaining “the big picture” memories is becoming less and less important for us humans with improvements in technology and our access to information. It’s more useful for us evolutionarily to know how to Google the spelling of a word, or how to install a shower head than it is for us to remember exactly how to do it.

By no means should anyone be forgetting everything, but it’s perfectly OK and healthy to overlook or forget a minor detail once in a while.

So the next time you forget something, just remember that it’s just your brain doing its job.
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