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And that is what I want to Create here. An Potlet for ALL that are interested in Male Femininity and the Empowerment of Women to have a "Safe" envoronment to discuss this Issue. as I have witnessed myself with my Girlfriend, there are many Women that do not realize the great Benefits of having a feminine man in their lives. My girlfriend was always involved with macho Men that were at times Abusive. having someone to share clothes with and other feminine Activities is a Great delight that many women do not get to realize. Onm the other hand, many men and boys need to understand that there is Nothing wrong with wanting to be Pretty and Feminine. i know myself, I LOVE wearing nylons all the time, as well as leotards and bodyshirts...the feeling is Exquiste! men and Boys need to explore and enjoy their Femininity...maybe it is not for all males, but their is a significant percentage of males that Love vbeing Pretty and Feminine...who does it hurt?......No One!!!!
Please feel free to post and invite others to post as well!
>Well, I for one, think that there are many moms like
>myself out there with questions, concerns and advice
>who would very much appreciate a well-moderated forum.
>My 18 yr-old has recently discovered my stash of 80's
>era Pendleton, Dior, Escada, Nordstrom, Revillon, Saga
>and others and it would be nice to be able to discuss
>my thoughts and feelings without the moronic jerks out
>here making uninformed comments. Its been quite an
>interesting and sometimes shocking journey seeing my
>son transform himself into a vision of demure
>femininity. I haven't always supported it because I
>did not want him to get hurt in this sometimes cruel
>world, but it is his life and I respect that.
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