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    Living and Enjoying Life Kristen Kelly's Avatar
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    I Think My Brother "Sister" Dresses Too

    [FONT="Georgia"][SIZE="3"]I think my brother dresses to, haven't found out for sure. Mother always wanted a girl. Was wondering if any others know their family members dress.[/SIZE][/FONT]
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    Hi Kirsten

    If you find out its true it could make for an interesting conversation ???
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    I know my younger brother experimented with CDing in High School. I actually had told him that I did when younger and he saw me dressed once. Had to beat him up one time because he was starting to tell some of my friends. Hehehe. But he got caught wearing my step sisters girdle..by mom. And I think he quit after that.

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    I have a younger brother in vegas that does a all male follies show there..He has just recently found out that I was a Cd'er

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    Living and Enjoying Life Kristen Kelly's Avatar
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    [FONT="Georgia"][SIZE="3"]I think after the initial shock it would be cool girls night out.Me and my younger "sister".

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    You never actually said why you suspect that your brother dresses...
    I am only a cross dresser when I don't crossdress!

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    My youngest brother...

    has told me that he "only" wears womens bikini briefs. Says he does so because they are more comfortable than mens underwear.
    Told him he was a cd. Which only made him angry so I dropped it. That was about 8 or 9 yrs ago. Have not mentioned a thing about it to him since.
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    I pretty sure my older brother is a crossdresser
    I found his stash of cloths
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    Question cd'in brother?

    Hi Kristin, Well, you could ask him outright or still better you could tell him that you do and see what happens. Just think of the possilbilities with your younger"sister", shopping, girls night out, shopping, sharing clothes and secrets, shopping i'm sure you get the picture. Well anyway, GOOD LUCK !!!!!


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    I had maybe the slightest idea my brother was into dressing as well, i found a few items of clothing (bras, knickers) i think he got them from a friend of his' sister or aunt or something.. I knew that he wasn't and hadn't found any of my things, because i had a better collection at the time.

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    [FONT="Georgia"][SIZE="3"]The reason I now wonder is Halloween he would dress as a woman(more than once) and at a pajama party he had no problem "Gooffing" around in a Black lace Teddie and panties.(He had more nerve at the time than me)[/SIZE][/FONT]
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    Cross dressing brother - that really is a fascinating thought! The possibilites, once both know, run deep. I could imagine that might be a rough ride for the parents, though. And, yes, dressing a woman more than once or twice at Halloween is a pretty reliable hint.

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    I think I would give him a hint or two that you are too. Something like that may break the ice. Leave a pair of panties out where he might see them, or stockings, heels.

    Just be sure you know what to say when he holds them up and ask. I think I would say, "Do you like them?" if he says yes, "You may keep them if you like them, I have others.
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    ask him directly

    If you have a decent, honest relationship with your brother that you want to continue and deepen, get dressed, invite him over and talk about it, but eventually ask him, don't beat around the bush.

    If you want to maintain a relationship on a less intimate level, forget about it.

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    If he does dress, I wonder if he has ever been to this site... But then, I assume he would have recognised you from your pic.

    This is a tricky one, as you risk revealing yourself to a non-dresser, but you could also be gaining a fantastic shopping partner!
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    My brother was caught by his wife one day in a swim suit and with a long blonde wig on. He dressed for Halloween that year as a woman for work and won a prize. He said that he was trying to surprise her by dressing that way. I think she found him laying on his stomach on the couch in the swim suit. As a member of this community, I doubt his story.

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    Mymiddle son dressed when he was younger. He would steal his mom's and sister's underwear, and not return it, so I gave him hell, and told him if he wanted nice underwear, he shouldn't steal it or root through his family member's drawers, he should go and buy his own. I don't think he dresses now. My eldest son dresses, and we discuss it online, but have never dressed together.

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    My twin brother also crossdresses!

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    No!

    So very far as i do know I am the only one in my current lifetime family that dresses in what is and are called female clothing.

    But then I have kind of always suspected that i am really a girl and should have and alwasy wanted to be female in this incarnation indeed.

    I do think my current mother would have really perfered one of us be female and i would agree that i should have been the one.

    Perhaps that is why i have come to this so much later in this life hmmm!

    Oh well!

    Next time I will be a girl.

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    For those who *think* their brother crossdresses. Ask him if he would like to dress up for halloween with you as a girl. While working on your costumes, you can have numerous opportunities to see how knowledgeable he is and can have reasonable openings to discuss with him.

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    Brother/sister

    Hmm, What's with these guys who want to dress like women anyway? Makes you wonder sometimes. Ericka

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kristen Kelly View Post
    [FONT="Georgia"][SIZE="3"]Was wondering if any others know their family members dress.[/SIZE][/FONT]
    I have some hints that my own father did x-dress. But he must have felt extremely guilty about it given his very conservative upbringing.

    I have a picture of him adolescent wearing girl's clothes, for which the explanation was a mascarade party. However that explanation doesn't explain the elegance of the clothes and the perfection of the appearance. It didn't look at all like a mascarade party outfit with grossly exagerated women impersonation. On the contrary, it was an elegant dress with a refined style, fine silk stockings, high heels shoes, and a nice feminine hat.

    I know for sure he was wearing streaching panties, with a moderate girdle effect. Even though these were so called "for male" they were made of a very soft material. I know, I used to buy some as an alternative to women panty-girdles which I liked very much... So he could have done the same thing and wear them as a substitute for the real panty-girdles, just like I was doing.

    I think I'll never know since he's passed away several years ago.


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    up to now I would say its just me
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    Hiya Kristen

    Well I for one say that "It's no crime to be yourself, unless your to be about crime", then to be concerned! To many people think to be different is detestable, others find it unique. To be honest, I am so glad i was born the way i was, as without Melissa in my life it would be sooooooo boring, thank god for being myself. In fact with crossdressing i believed in letting honesty prevail, and a most unbelievable event happened... I had been trying to find a girl in my life and couldn't, then when i came out fully.. One found me... we are online romance at the moment, though serious so i guess it's only time now till we meet.... so crossdressing needn't be loss of life, it could be the starting of a new one if you are fully open about it. Just thought you would like to know... Be honest and surprises can happen

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