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Subject: Re: My feminization....

Patsy (Proud and open)
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Date Posted: 01:23:58 05/24/18 Thu

Hi to you both, I love both of your blogs and I want to tell you about my life growing up. I too lost touch with my dad at the age of two, mom has never told me what happened to him, just saying he went away. So I was brought up living with my two much older sisters and my mom in a very feminine way, many of my clothes were my youngest sisters cast offs and up until I was ten my mom would often dress me in girls clothes, girls shorts, jeans and girls teeshirts in colours that any macho boy would never be seen dead in. At school I was tormented by the boys about being a sissy as I was always hanging around with the girls of my class, I hated school with a passion for this reason, at home s time went on I dressed as a girl of my own free will, mom bought me girls knickers and vest tops and as my dresses got more shaped one night after my bath she sat down with me and asked me if I wanted to be a girl. I cried like a baby as I told her I hated everything about being a boy, football rugby and none of my peers wanted anything to do with me. That night was the start of my transition, I had always known I was more relaxed being in girls clothes and my boy genitals were so much smaller than other boys my age that when I wore my knickers I looked like a girl, there was little or no boy bulge and my hips were more girl shaped too.
I was taken to see various doctors and therapists over the next year and I was started on a course of female hormone treatments, I soon developed small breasts, my hips and bottom became much more rounded and mom decided I was to be home schooled as I was being bullied about my girlish shape. From that day all my boy clothes disappeared and from Patrick I became Patsy, my hair was restyled from the long boy cut to a very feminine young girls bob. My clothes and underwear became more feminine my boys pjs were replaced with dry pretty nighties and for the first time I was wearing a training bra to support my budding breasts. Everything of my boy life disappeared all apart from what was still down below but that never seemed to mature, my penis and scrotum were that of a four year old and I still had not started puberty, mom started rubbing cream on my skin after my bath and my skin became even more softer and as the hormone treatments took hold my lips, hips, breasts and bottom became more feminine and I loved my new lifestyle. When out in town I occasionally met girls from school and after the initial shock of seeing me dressed as a girl they accepted me, at the same time I passed boys I knew who walked past me without even recognising me,
Now at the age of eighteen I canít wait to myself of the tiny appendage in my knickers, but in this country it is not easy, a girl has to jump through hoops.

Hi Anna-Lena!
> Thankj You so much for sharing your story.
>Femininity is a Wonderful thing, and so what If we are
>born with a Penis and Testicles...If we want to be
>Feminine, what difference does it really make. same
>thing for Women...just because they are born with a
>vagina, why should they not be allowed to be Strong
>and "Macho"...IF it is how they want to live their
>lives. Feminine Men are a reality...this is
>definitely a Growing Trend. While More Iindependent
>and Strong Women are also a Trend. The world is
>Changhing, and people being Comfortable with
>themselves is a Good thing...they are Not hurting

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