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Date Posted: 14:25:36 08/19/15 Wed
I came across this posting from 2007, and really thought that this is so "Right On Message" for us Males that want to be Feminine and Pretty, and to get acceptance. By being more Feminine in our everyday dress, will are Changing the Culture. Hope readers will enjoy and comment:
sissy_gina: about 20 hours ago
I go as a sissy to the gym. Below are three entries from my blog describing the increasing effeminate look I had at the gym. In the third entry I have a link to pictures showing my pink workout attire at the gym. And of course i always changed in the locker room too.
ENTRY 1: Being one of the girls at the gym
I have been so inspired by sissy alicia’s blog. Sissy alicia went to the gym wearing feminine workout attire. I have now started doing the same. I looked at Miss D’s blog and she asked sissies to make a New Year’s resolution. Mine was to join a fitness club and start a workout program, and I committed to wear only women’s attire. I wear black shorts with either a pink or blue top, and socks to match the top. The shoes are white and gray with pink accents.
<>In addition to women’s gym attire, I wear a short femme necklace and pink lipstick I do change in the men’s locker room and do not hide the fact that I am wearing panties. My looks are femme, and with a thin shaved body I notice how much I differ from the big strong hairy men that are there.
I hate exercising and could not bear to go as a normal male. I am only motivated if I go as a sissy, because I crave being a sissy and being seen as one in public. Looking more trim and feminine is a big motivation too.
I am doing some initial work with a personal trainer. I told him I do not want to build up my upper body, but want to work on my waist and stomach areas, and that I wanted this so I would look more feminine. He said he would provide overall exercises and focus on those areas. I really want to fit better in some of my old size 8 skirts (am size 10 now).
I am now committed to never wearing a stitch of male clothing at the gym. I will only dress in girls gym clothes because I am a pantywaist sissy. I intend to gradually make my attire more obviously effeminate. I find this all somewhat humiliating, but know I have to do it.
Posted 14th January 2007 by sissy gina
ENTRY 2: Being one of the girls at the gym -more femme
As an addendum, I would like to point out that I have now started wearing a delicate femme necklace and pink lipstick at ALL times when at the gym, in addition to wearing only girl's gym attire. Recently a guy saw me in my overwhelmingly pink outfit, crystal heart necklace, and pink lipstick in the locker room. He said to me, "Uh, excuse me, but this is the men's room". I was taken aback and he quickly left. I could hardly utter an answer. I looked into the mirror at the sink where I was standing and realized with my long hair, relatively hairless body, and femme gym attire, I really looked like I didn't belong there. But they don't have a sissy locker room, so I will just have to be a sissy on display. I am now wondering whether I should be even more femme to empasize my sissy look or simply retain my current femme status at the gym.
Posted 21st January 2007 by sissy gina
ENTRY 3 Photo update on girlie attire at the gym
Just an update and a few pictures on my girlie gym attire. Initially I wore a complete set of women's attire that was more unisex.
My second generation of attire was more feminine and everything was a mix of pink, black and white. It also included more femme jewelry. I did get a lot of very obviously strange looks but only a few comments.
Now, my third generation of femme gym attire is nearly all pink. That's right, pink capri's, pink top, pink lipstick, pink socks, pink jewelry, all the way down to matching pink panties. The new pictures show this well. Since the pictures, I have added wide pink shoelaces and will be getting more obviously noticable feminine jewelry.
I do change in the locker room and get some odd looks. How far will I take this? I don't know. I do know that dressing in femme attire helps me keep focused on my goal of looking more feminine by being in good trim shape to fit into the extensive pretty girlie wardrobe I have. I also love looking so prissy and girlie. I continue to be such a pansy and love it so.
Posted 29th July 2007 by sissy gina
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