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Without a doubt, the need to crossdress is something every crossdresser is born with; it’s an indisputably built-in part of us.

For most participants it brings great pleasure and greater awareness of the differences between genders.

For my spouse, who is a lesbian, born-female domme, I act like a fag and dykes do not like fags.

She is abusive and does not limit her aggression to scenes. The idea of me wanting to become a female is piquant to my spouse but repellent to my gay male friends. My spouse says I should stop being a special snowflake and understand that millions of people have undergone what I experience.

I have anthropological training and studied shamanism. I never liked Scientology and don't agree with their theology but I will march in their ranks against the Pharmafia. But every day it is driven into me that I am a freak. But nor, I think, would full SRS During the day I often visit a very, very hot young gay man who is into being a flamer.Yes, I am concerned about my safety but the more I get out and push my bounds in public the more comfortable I become and the more I find my fears are unfounded as long as I do not do things or go places that put my safety at risk.Question # 3: If there were no negative repercussions to live and present as a female full-time with no repercussions, would you really do it?I am especially disturbed about the assignment of MTFs to the victim category. I am charmed by him not because he is outrageous but because he is beautiful and funny and sweet.I was a victim but until recently kept quiet about it. One day we were chatting and he suddenly said “they all hate us, you know.” Yes, I know. But I cannot accept the stereotyping I know I will experience again during the coming weekend’s swell Pride fair.

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