Why Do I Crossdress?

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Why do I crossdress? Well, it began like I said in a effort to understand the opposite sex/gender,

Then I started to feel good about my feminine self aka Judy, which then lead to aspire to be like a good secretary. I prefer blouses and skirts and heels and slips (full) under dresses and heels to anything else. Judy likes to dress up a secretary or a business woman. Even getting out of male clothing is somewhat relaxing to me. Judy is nothing like my male mode of Jay. Judy is my second self and she likes to relax with a blouse and skirt and heels and lipstick and makeup on.

That is about it.

 
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I crossdress because it's who I am. The only time I'm truly happy is when I'm dressed. I tried to deny this for so long but I can't any longer. I love stockings and dresses and I don't understand why it's a big deal. A woman can wear jeans and a flannel shirt and e it's okay. I want to walk down the street in heels and a dress the world freaks out. I don't know what it means bit the older I get the more I fantasize about being a housewife. Ever since I had surgery for prostate cancer it's been on my mind constantly. Does it have anything to do with the fact I can't get etect or ejaculate? I need to find out when I see my dr. 

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It sounds like you've reached that point most of us do when we can no longer deny our inner identity.  I'm not sure about the effects of surgery, but my first thought was that you going through such a major life event has caused you to re-evaluate your priorities, and that you've realized  you can no longer repress the feminine side of your identity. Most of us have gone through the repression stage where we try all sorts of things to keep it inside or under control. Eventually that no longer works and we have to confront who we really are. 

Personally, I had no significant life event but the pain of hiding my inner identity became greater than my fear of facing the truth and acting on it. It was as if there was a tipping point and once past, there was no turning back. I could not find peace of mind until I embraced my true identity. I have been far more happy and successful in life since I did so. 

Best of luck to you Jennifer on your journey.

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