Stephanie_G
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Registration Date: 08-11-2017
Date of Birth: Hidden (51 years old)
Local Time: 03-20-2019 at 06:05 AM
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Location: Sterling Heights, MI
Bio: I've know that I am different since I was a child. Even in elementary school, I recognized the differences between boys and girls and wondered what it would be like to be a girl. That curiosity has been with me since then. When I was a teenager, I took an interest in women's clothes. I didn't know what cross-dressing was at the time. My only exposure to it was seeing it in movies and on TV, mostly for comedic purposes. I thought my interest in feminine things was all part of my interest in the fairer sex. I got married in my early 20s. Having access to all of my wife's things is what really got me started with my cross-dressing. I would borrow her things without her knowledge. Her clothes didn't fit me well and I was concerned about her noticing that I've worn them and used her other things, like make-up and jewelry, so after a while I started secretly buying my own stuff. I now have a nice collection of clothes, shoes, accessories and a wig, I don't get the opportunity to dress often as I'd like, but I try to take advantage of every chance I get to enjoy some girl time.

Since I first started dressing, I've gone through periods of acceptance and rejection and binging and purging. That struggle continues to this day.

I don't know how other cross-dressers manage their masculine and feminine sides, but I do my best to keep mine separate. In my real life, I'm a masculine guy. When I get into Stephanie mode, that's escape, fantasy and/or fiction. I mention that not only to tell a little more about myself, but also in response to the section for identifying sex below. I'm not sure if that refers to one's real, genetic sex or how one see's oneself or feels while cross-dressing. I'm a genetic male, and always will be. The character that I play while in Stephanie mode, however is female.
Sex: Undisclosed

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