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/ Re: Fingernails
« Last post by SissyPhilipa on September 14, 2018, 07:16:26 PM »
Hi girls,

I wear clear nail polish every day.  My wife has not noticed (or if she has noticed she has not mentioned it).  I am to afraid to wear real nail polish but clear nail polish it is still shiny and it still makes me feel that little bit more girly :-)

Philipa x
/ Fashion
« Last post by andyg0404 on September 13, 2018, 04:46:55 PM »

From today's print edition of the New York Times with several pictures.

Fashion Week’s a Drag at Opening Ceremony

Andy G.
/ Times gone by...
« Last post by sissybaby34 on September 13, 2018, 01:13:20 PM »
This image apparently is 110 years old. It is an autochrome photo, one of the earliest colour images I have seen. The subject is very interesting as it seems the boy is not too happy to pose with a parasol. I really like his outfit.
/ Re: Movie Night at Betty's.
« Last post by Betty on September 12, 2018, 07:19:29 AM »
I've added the new hit audio book, "Fear: Trump in the White House"

It's at our private viewing area at the bottom of the Betty's Pub front page (index page).
Our private viewing area is for Betty's Pub members only. If you are not a member, you will not see it.

If you are a member of Stories, that doesn't automatically make you a member of Betty's Pub. They are separate & independent sites, on separate servers, & domains. You must join them separately.
Pet's Place
/ Re: Cats - Late August 2018
« Last post by Robyn Jodie on September 11, 2018, 10:58:14 AM »
What beautiful cats!
/ Re: looking for a story
« Last post by Betty on September 08, 2018, 06:13:45 PM »
This sounds familiar, but doesn't turn up anything at our stories searches. Could this be a story at Mary Beth's archived site, a missing one, or just one we never got?

Also at,
/ Re: This year’s Summer Flickr
« Last post by andyg0404 on September 08, 2018, 05:30:48 PM »
Hello everybody and welcome back to My Weekly Flickr.

I woke up on Labor Day intending to go to the Met, then on my morning walk I realized that Labor Day meant a parade and I thought I really didn’t want to get involved in that again. When I got back to the house I had more or less made up my mind not to go but decided to check the parade route. I was very pleased to discover it takes place in Brooklyn so I decided it was safe to go. Considering that everything was on a holiday schedule my traveling was good on all my routes although I was concerned when I got to the Port Authority for the ride home and my bus wasn’t on the schedule. I assumed they had closed the gate and I would be directed to the third floor but I got there and there was no notice directing me elsewhere and there was a bus sitting waiting to pull out. Very satisfactory aside from having to run twice to make connections.

I was there for Asian Art, the third rotation of the Chinese exhibition, Streams and Mountains without End: Landscape Traditions of China. This is a link to the Overview page. The overview itself is brief but if you click on the Exhibition Themes link you will come to a detailed explanation of the art that’s in the exhibit. Below the Themes link is the Exhibition Objects link where you can see the art on display.

I’ll link to some of the things I especially liked below.

Streams and Mountains without End – Zhao Zuo - This is the scroll which gives the exhibition its title. It’s almost 39 feet in length and is shown in sections at the link. Scrolls like this are fascinating because you can walk back and forth in front of them and keep finding elements that you missed on first viewing.

Landscapes after old masters - Wang Hui – There are 12 paintings in this series and while I can’t discern the differences in the styles that the artist is portraying all of them are lovely. At the first link is a slide show showing all of them while the second link is an enlargement of the one that is my favorite. I find it to be a real precursor to the Japanese woodblock prints I enjoy so much. The vivid green paint really leaps off the canvas to show you the rolling hillside.

Portrait of Shaoyu in the guise of Liu Ling – This is another long scroll, 21 ft., which you can also see in slide show fashion. The first image is from the center of the scroll and is the main image. I really liked this one as well. It took me a little while to be able to discern the attendant holding the shovel. In the museum her head blended in to the painting, she’s much more noticeable here. The description of the painting on the website is very good as well, she’s carrying the shovel in case Shaoyu dissipates from excess and needs to be buried. As with all the images be sure to click on them for enlargement.

Boating amid Snowy Streams and Mountains - Lan Meng – This is a very large hanging scroll roughly 7 ½ feet tall. The boat is almost lost in the immenseness of the image as it is dwarfed by the mountains surrounding it. If you look closely you can see a traveler along the mountain path at the bottom of the image.

Garden of the Inept Administrator - Wen Zhengmin – This is pages from a portfolio of 8 painted leaves with accompanying poems described on the website as, “In these works Wen achieved the ideal integration of the three separate arts of poetry, calligraphy, and painting (the so-called three perfections).” This is another slide show and the second link is leaf G which I liked for its serenity. It shows a man ladling water into a jar. On the website is a translation of the poem along with translations of the others as well.

Famous Women - Poems by Cao Zhenxiu – Another series of painted leaves with accompanying poems, the illustrations were commissioned after the poems were written. The poems celebrate women, poets, calligraphers and warriors. The artist had a delicate hand, the drawings are light in tone but “display a seemingly endless variety of brushwork.”

Seven Sages of the Bamboo Grove - Liu Yanchong – This 14 foot scroll shown in sections, depicts the intelligentsia of the third century, gathering together to play music, drink wine and converse about lofty subjects, eschewing discussions of politics. Something I think we try to do in the present day. It starts with calligraphy and then is interspersed with 4 images and finally the entire scroll.

Scholar looking at a waterfall - Zhong Li – I’ll just copy from the website for this one, “This strongly painted composition, the best known of Zhong Li's signed works, is a classic Ming academic-style picture; it continues Dai Jin's (1388–1462) monumental refiguration of the Southern Song academic manner. The interior dynamics are even more spectacular than in earlier works in the tradition, from the explosive energies of the plunging waterfall and dramatically towering cliff face to the twisted pines coiling out like springs from the stone walls. There is also something quite imperial in the pose of the seated figure on the garden terrace, leaning back like the master of his universe to observe the potent forces of nature as they conduct a special performance for him alone.” Couldn’t have said it better.

Everything in the exhibit was worthwhile and there were a few things I would have liked to link to that are either from private collections or prohibited from being displayed on the Internet. There’s more Asian art coming up in the next few weeks and I am certainly looking forward long term to the fourth rotation of this exhibit.

Let’s move on to the Flickrs now.

Andy G.

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_TCM6605 French Maid

ready to go out

in pink dress

Sexy Lady

trice is a sissy french maid

Throw Back (& Throw Away) Thursdays

Do boys make better girls ... Boys can be just as cute as girls

Girly Feminine Nightie

DeeDee 247
/ sissy village
« Last post by patricialacey on September 08, 2018, 11:14:30 AM »
A few years ago I drew your attention to a you-tube channel entitled "An English sissy village." It was taken down apparently for the second time. Well it's back,still
 as poorly scripted as before and they have now done a very poor job of hiding any genitalia on the images they have "borrowed" from prissy's sissies.

I don't know if that was the reason they were taken down or it was the liberal sprinkling of f-bombs they used during the narration.

One thing I did notice was that all the adult voices sounded a bit robotic (not quite steven hawking) but spliced together,
whereas the "sissies'" voices sounded natural, but young as in going through puberty!

do you suppose there's a couple of kids living out their sissy fantasies on their own channel?

What made me think this was the garden gate at the start of the video, which was "borrowed" from a 1960 s
 children's t v show called "The Herbs"

also PC Mcgarry is a character from another kids show from the 60 s "camberwick green"

/ looking for a story
« Last post by moms.cross.dresser on September 08, 2018, 01:32:49 AM »
the story about a little boy have a think it a baseball accident huts between legs a school nurse take him into girl locker room dress him think a little cheerleader uniform
Pet's Place
/ Poor kitty
« Last post by Betty on September 06, 2018, 03:34:01 AM »
My sister tried to rescue an injured kitten she found on the side of the road. This is what happened.

Please don't abandon your animals or their babies or let them in the wild, & around busy streets. Turn them into your local animal shelter so they could have a chance. This little baby would have quickly been adopted from an animal shelter in my area if the poor fella ever made it there! Instead, all he got was a lot of pain, sadness, & suffering.
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