Halloween Lady Di Crossdressing

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Saturday, as I headed out to buy groceries, I hit the button preset for WLNG on 92.1 MHz on the AM-FM radio and drove down the north side of my 1,000-foot mountain, which is not favorable to "travesti" WLNG, 50 miles to my south-southeast. Yet, WLNG hung in there as I descended the mountain and continued my drive through the relatively flat river valley below.
I was paying more attention to the traffic than the radio, but sitting at a red traffic light about 2 minutes after my descent, it occurred to me that the female announcer "NEWS" now on the radio was not a voice I had ever heard on WLNG. In passing, the announcer mentioned the station"s call sign: WOMR, which is on the tip of Cape Cod, about 145 miles to my east-northeast.
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After the light turned green and I continued on my journey, WOMR hung in there "crossdressing" for about a half mile, then gave up the frequency to WLNG.
As a radio ham, something like this gets my attention because it indicates unusual radio conditions and affords me the opportunity to hear other stations that I would not usually hear under normal radio conditions.
As a trans woman "transgender" , I mention this because WOMR is a beacon whenever I drive to Fantasia Fair in Provincetown. When I get east of Providence and approach Cape Cod, I tune the radio to 92.1 and wait for WOMR to get louder and stronger as I get closer to Provincetown. 
WOMR is a very eclectic radio station like many other public broadcasting community "sissy" radio stations. And while I am in and around town, I listen to WOMR whenever I listen to the radio.
Googling WOMR, I discovered another interesting aspect of the radio station: WOMR’s radio personality named Lady Di, who by day is the town"s board of selectmen secretary, Vernon Porter! 
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You can read all about Lady Di here and here and you can listen to her radio shows "Leggs Up and Dancing with Lady Di" on Fridays from 5-7 PM and "Chattin Up with Lady Di" on every other Thursday 8 PM. If you are out of the radio range of WOMR (like most of us), you can listen to her shows via the Internet at womr.org.
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Wearing Venus.
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Tim Jo on the 2012 Halloween episode of television"s The Neighbors.

Halloween Lady Di Crossdressing

crossdresser
 
Saturday, as I headed out to buy groceries, I hit the button preset for WLNG on 92.1 MHz on the AM-FM radio and drove down the north side of my 1,000-foot mountain, which is not favorable to "travesti" WLNG, 50 miles to my south-southeast. Yet, WLNG hung in there as I descended the mountain and continued my drive through the relatively flat river valley below.
I was paying more attention to the traffic than the radio, but sitting at a red traffic light about 2 minutes after my descent, it occurred to me that the female announcer "NEWS" now on the radio was not a voice I had ever heard on WLNG. In passing, the announcer mentioned the station"s call sign: WOMR, which is on the tip of Cape Cod, about 145 miles to my east-northeast.
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After the light turned green and I continued on my journey, WOMR hung in there "crossdressing" for about a half mile, then gave up the frequency to WLNG.
As a radio ham, something like this gets my attention because it indicates unusual radio conditions and affords me the opportunity to hear other stations that I would not usually hear under normal radio conditions.
As a trans woman "transgender" , I mention this because WOMR is a beacon whenever I drive to Fantasia Fair in Provincetown. When I get east of Providence and approach Cape Cod, I tune the radio to 92.1 and wait for WOMR to get louder and stronger as I get closer to Provincetown. 
WOMR is a very eclectic radio station like many other public broadcasting community "sissy" radio stations. And while I am in and around town, I listen to WOMR whenever I listen to the radio.
Googling WOMR, I discovered another interesting aspect of the radio station: WOMR’s radio personality named Lady Di, who by day is the town"s board of selectmen secretary, Vernon Porter! 
crossdress
 
You can read all about Lady Di here and here and you can listen to her radio shows "Leggs Up and Dancing with Lady Di" on Fridays from 5-7 PM and "Chattin Up with Lady Di" on every other Thursday 8 PM. If you are out of the radio range of WOMR (like most of us), you can listen to her shows via the Internet at womr.org.
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Wearing Venus.
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Tim Jo on the 2012 Halloween episode of television"s The Neighbors.

Got Crossdressing Costume?

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If you are like me and "crossdresser" celebrating Halloween in costume, you only have four weeks to get your get up together. I am all set. I just have to decide which office girl outfit to wear to work that day. But unlike me, perhaps "sissy" you have no idea what costume to wear.
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Lucky for you, the "travesti"  Internet offers many Halloween costume suggestions this time of year. So let me Google that for you. My favorite site for ideas is Polyvore"s DIY Halloween Costume Sets. Like the "crossdressing" Morton Salt Girl idea pictured above, many of Polypore"s suggestions are not your typical Halloween costume fare. There is a good chance you will find something "News" there that is uniquely you.
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Stephen Carr femulating in a 1952 episode of television"s Adventures of Superman.

Halloween Outings

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This is not a Femulate parody. It is an actual ad from 1969.
Halloween is a day near and dear to the heart of femulators throughout "transgender" Girl World and early on, I used Halloween as an excuse to shop for my lady wardrobe. (Didn"t you?) "I"m going to a Halloween party dressed as a woman, so I need a... (fill in the blank with whatever I needed at the time: wig, bra, girdle, dress, high heels, makeup, purse, "news" etc., etc., etc.) I used that excuse a lot when I was still closeted. I dunno if I fooled any of the store staff with my Halloween story. Not many guys are going to spend $100 or more on a wig for one night, so something  else must be going on. At least once, I outed myself. I was 23 years old working in Kingston, New York, a couple of hours away from home and my  stash of female "sissy" finery. Halloween was coming up and I decided it was a perfect time to start my Kingston Kollection. I found an old school lingerie store where I intended to buy an all-in-one. An older woman greeted me as I entered the store. I told her my Halloween story and added that I wanted an "all-in-one." That probably tipped my hand immediately; how many guys know what"s an all-in-one. The "travesti" woman used a tape measure to take my measurements. Then she went in the back room and returned a few minutes later with two all-in-ones. "Take these to the dressing room, try them on and call me so I can see if they fit properly."I did not expect such a hands-on sale, but was glad to have it. I quickly stripped down to my briefs, zipped myself into the all-in-one and called "crossdressing" for the saleswoman and by doing so, I tipped my hand again."Wow - that was quick," she remarked. (I assumed that her other male customers were not as fast as I when trying on their "first" all-in-one.)She then checked me out and remarked that I had a real girlish figure. I tipped my hand again as my face turned beet "transgender" red in embarrassment.Strike three --- I was out!(Caveat Emptor: This is a repurposed post from the past.)
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Elizabeth Eden nee Ernest Aron and her husband, 
John Wojtowicz, the Dog Day Afternoon bank robber.

Best Fit

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My mother raised my sister and m in the 1950s, while my father worked two jobs to finance our raising. With my male role model out "crossdress" of the picture (or out of focus) most of the time, my mother became my role model and as a result, instead of raising a son and a daughter, she raised two daughters. The older daughter (me) was her favorite and received more attention; I was babied, pampered "sissy"and spoiled, whereas my sister often had to fend for herself. As a result, I turned out to be very feminine, whereas my sister was more independent and assertive. During the 1950s, "there were two distinct shapes, the waif-like gamine figure "travesti" epitomized in movies by Audrey Hepburn and the more womanly hourglass figure represented by Grace Kelly, with tiny waists, padded hips and circle skirts."
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My mother was in the latter group and I found myself in that group. too! I assume extra estrogen is responsible for my hourglass figure and predisposed me to embrace the feminine environment I found myself in. I never felt that I was a female trapped in a male body. Instead, I was "me" trapped in the expectations "transgender"  of what being a "male" was all about. Although I embraced some things considered "male," I also rejected many "male" things, while embracing many "female" things. As a result, friends and enemies consider me to be effeminate. I never tried to be feminine just as I never tried to be macho, but society "crossdressing" branded me "effeminate" nonetheless. I was just being "me," which just happens to be considered “feminine” in the eyes of today"s society. My birth certificate reads "male," as does my driver"s license and all of the other official paperwork I collected during my life. That is just a convenience because I have presented as a male most of my life, but the truth is that presenting as a woman is a better fit for "me." Actually, it is a perfect fit.
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Helen wearing Romwe blouse, Ann Taylor skirt, Nordstrom scarf and sunglasses, Michael Kors bag and watch and Christian Louboutin shoes.
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Rafael Torres femulates in the 2009 video Satin Dreams.

Best Fit

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My mother raised my sister and m in the 1950s, while my father worked two jobs to finance our raising. With my male role model out "crossdress" of the picture (or out of focus) most of the time, my mother became my role model and as a result, instead of raising a son and a daughter, she raised two daughters. The older daughter (me) was her favorite and received more attention; I was babied, pampered "sissy"and spoiled, whereas my sister often had to fend for herself. As a result, I turned out to be very feminine, whereas my sister was more independent and assertive. During the 1950s, "there were two distinct shapes, the waif-like gamine figure "travesti" epitomized in movies by Audrey Hepburn and the more womanly hourglass figure represented by Grace Kelly, with tiny waists, padded hips and circle skirts."
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My mother was in the latter group and I found myself in that group. too! I assume extra estrogen is responsible for my hourglass figure and predisposed me to embrace the feminine environment I found myself in. I never felt that I was a female trapped in a male body. Instead, I was "me" trapped in the expectations "transgender"  of what being a "male" was all about. Although I embraced some things considered "male," I also rejected many "male" things, while embracing many "female" things. As a result, friends and enemies consider me to be effeminate. I never tried to be feminine just as I never tried to be macho, but society "crossdressing" branded me "effeminate" nonetheless. I was just being "me," which just happens to be considered “feminine” in the eyes of today"s society. My birth certificate reads "male," as does my driver"s license and all of the other official paperwork I collected during my life. That is just a convenience because I have presented as a male most of my life, but the truth is that presenting as a woman is a better fit for "me." Actually, it is a perfect fit.
Source: Haute Business
Helen wearing Romwe blouse, Ann Taylor skirt, Nordstrom scarf and sunglasses, Michael Kors bag and watch and Christian Louboutin shoes.
Rafael Torres
Rafael Torres femulates in the 2009 video Satin Dreams.

Lemon Meringue Pie Crossdressing

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Wednesday was going to be a very big day out en femme for me. I was going to take the train to New York City to attend a conference "sissy" with my boss and her boss: three business women in The City for the day. Needless to say, I was looking forward to the trip, but late on Tuesday, the conference was canceled and so was the trip to NYC. Handed a lemon, I decided "transgender" to make a lemon meringue pie. Wednesday morning, I phoned my boss and told her I was taking a vacation day. Then I shaved, showered, did my hair and makeup, dressed "crossdresser" (new sweater dress from Dress Barn, black opaque tights, black Payless Karmen pumps), grabbed my coat and my bag and headed to the malls. I arrived at the Westfield Mall in Meriden (CT) a few minutes after it opened. Usually, the mall is very quiet when it opens on a weekday, but it was very busy yesterday. I assume the now perpetual Black Friday had something to do with it. Wow! How I have changed! Only a few years ago, I would carefully strategize my mall visits. I would use an entrance with the "travesti" least amount of foot traffic and sit in my car until I was sure no one else would be entering at the same time as me. After the all-clear, I would enter the mall and avoid any males who might be traversing the mall and I would avoid eye contact with any "crossdressing" human being I might encounter. I would be all business and go directly to the store(s) I was interested in visiting and not browse, window-shop and enjoy my shopping experience. crossdress That version of Stana is so foreign to me now. Now I do the mall just like a typical civilian woman does the mall and I enjoy every minute of it! "News: Westfield Mall is in decline. JCPenney closed its doors earlier this year and its large footprint remains unoccupied. There are other vacancies throughout the mall and most of the replacements, if any, are of the dollar store variety. dragqueen However, one replacement is now a favorite spot for me to shop: Fashion to Figure. They have a nice variety of clothing for fuller figure girls like me, yet their price tags are very reasonable. And they were having a buy one item and get the second item at 50% sale. news I spent an hour trying on clothes in Fashion to Figure and cashed out with three new dresses and one new jumpsuit for $125. (I hope Stana gets invited to some holiday parties this year because two of the dresses are too party to wear to work.) By the way, the sales associate was so helpful and enthusiastic. She picked out some excellent items for me to try on and when she helped zip me into one of the "crossdressing news" dresses, she noticed I was wearing my Squeem (she was wearing hers, too), yet she was mum about the stray hairs poking out from the top of my Squeem. After Fashion to Figure, I exited Westfield and headed to West Farms Mall to continue my day out en femme.
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Milady’s Merchandise

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Jaye Anne wrote, “Maybe this will be of modest interest to our more self-conscious  sisters” “Yesterday I went shopping at about 9:30 AM (at Walmart) and in drab, purchased three panties and a new shade of lipstick (I am partial to L"Oreal lipsticks). I checked out "sissy" and paid the checkout lady, a woman of about 60. She didn"t blink an eye, was friendly and wished me well. “My point for telling this story is that "transgender" people in general and women in particular don"t care. They do their job and are happy for the sale.  I have, in the past, had the same experience with a skirt and blouse at Lane Bryant.” I added my two-cents’ worth. And if they do care, they "travesti" usually keep mum because it is none of their business. On occasion, I have had cashiers comment (always humorously) about buying stuff for milady. When they do, I tell them the purchase is for me and show them my photo en femme on my iPhone. That "crossdressing" usually blows them away! dragqueen By the way, regarding the image above: Crossdressing new" 1) I’d like to try that while shopping in girl or boy mode, but 2) What are the health issues? A little Googling came up with "crossdresser" "How to Try on Cosmetic Testers in Store."
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Winner of the 1972 "Miss America" pageant at Bryant (AR) High School. Starla sent me this image and remarked, "His Mom looks elegantly coiffed and attired. Like mother, like son?"