Joined 7 years ago from Boston, Ma.
I am stealthy 24/7 cd, tv, tg, gender gifted, sissy, fem or whatever term appeals to you to describe guys like me. I wear womens clothes from the inside out all the time and do it so no one notices. I am in Boston, Ma and so when it turns cold I can wear virtually anything by covering up with winter wear and even some of the winter wear in women's coats and etc. That is what stealth mode means in this context. To be able to wear women's clothes any time I want yet make it as undetectable as I choose to. How discreet i am varies with my mood. When I speak, you hear an average guy and I don't seem fem. I have many other interests as well. I read some of the crossdressing content here on Hubpages and was inspired to try to help out my sisters with a few tips.
7 years ago
Ok, you found this. Thanks for reading. I am new to this site but after reading some of the great stuff here I am motivated to add my 2 cents and try to help my sisters out a bit. This is about dressing femmy as often as you want to but in what I...
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