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    If you could, would you?

    If you could wake up tomorrow and be a woman, would you? I mean wake up and fully a woman. No outing, everyone you knew now knows you as a woman.

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    No, not me, I like my life the way it is with maybe a few improvements but nothing that drastic.
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    I could get used to it pretty quick. I don't intend on transition, but if it just magically happened I wouldn't object.

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    I think it would be fun to be able to switch back and forth but a permanent switch, I don't think so. I'm more male than female and like it that way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by erinna View Post
    I think it would be fun to be able to switch back and forth but a permanent switch, I don't think so. I'm more male than female and like it that way.
    I'm with erinna I've always thought the ability to switch back and forth fully from male to female back
    to male would be the ultimate
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    I would. But you didn't answer your own question would you??

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    I love dressing up as a women but I would never want to be one full time!
    I feel I'm already one when I want to be!
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    "This is ME" I am not CRAZY, I'm just a GUY who likes dresses!
    Since allot of men dress up in woman's clothing that makes it a manly thing to do!
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    Nope because I would sometimes be a CD woman as I sometimes enjoy wearing my Wranglers, cowboy boots and doing guy things. I love my CD the way it is when I can dress as a woman and wear my makeup, heels and etc. my wife is 100% female and she hates having to dress and always having to wear a bra she doesn't like either. I enjoy wearing one when I want and don't want it to become boredom.

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    I live in reality so fantasy things like this seem pointless.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tracii G View Post
    I live in reality so fantasy things like this seem pointless.
    Actually, this isn’t exactly my sentiment, so starkly stated.

    It is pointless for me for another reason, in a way. I live in non-reality thinking, as a Buddhist. Buddhists can argue forever what is real at this moment, then it’s the next moment and the whole conversation becomes, well, pointless.

    In answering the question, I would have I also take cause and effect into consideration. I am Robbin at this moment because of all the things that made me who I am. The list is endless including but not limited to the guy who designed some obscure part for my truck in another century. My reality can’t fathom being who I am as a woman and the concept of having always been treated as a woman.

    I would also ask WHERE would I wake up? The Caribbean or Ulster? Not to slight Ulster, never been there, but being a woman is much easier and more enjoyable in a place where clothing must be light and airy.

    And how would I make a living? That was a good discussion, earlier. And would my breasts have gotten me into law school? I’d use them, that’s for sure. “I have a point or two to make for the jury.” I can see me now. Setting the legal world on fire.

    Fun question. Thanks.

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    Oops. I would totally become a woman. If I were really picking and I could change from one to the other at will, I’d go for that but without that, I’d be a woman.

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    It's a good idea, and yes I would.

    Now, what would this "new" woman be doing for a living? My current occupation just doesn't quite make it. So I'd be doing something else. What that would be, would be quite frightening. So a mind reset would have to with the change. So would hitting the winning numbers also be included with this instant change?

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    No, I like being able to dress as Amanda if I wish or I could just be Ben if I wish.
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    No, I am anchored in the real workd, even though my hobby isn't real. Sounds crazy, but crossdressing seems crazy to lots of people. I have a good family and wouldn't trade it for a female body.
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    Not a chance. I'm loving this life.
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    Yep. In a heartbeat.

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    I’ve thought about this a lot. For me, I’d have to say yes.
    "I reject your reality and substitute my own" - Mythbusters

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    I don't think so would those you knew before cope properly with the new you, I wonder sometimes, also at my time in life its a bit late wishing for something like that, the other thing I would like to wake up one morning and find a nice pair of boobs had grown in the night! I could cope with that no problem.
    I started life a lost man now I am a found woman

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    Bobbi, Then we would call you Boobi.
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    Yes, yes, yes, if you can guarantee shapely legs and a DD cup bra size!

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    I've never wanted to be a women I just love there clothes and look

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    I guess I would just have to put up with the situation.

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    No. It's great being a man. The only part I want is the clothes.

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    all else being equal (friends, relationships, etc)? (wife suddenly a lesbian?)

    Yes.


    Would I also wake up with a while new wardrobe, makeup skills, etc?

    Sign me up.



    Too bad there's this reality thing standing in the way, huh?

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    Only 2 out of 16 said they would like to be a woman, now make it 3 out of 17; Yes I would change to be a woman. Not just your average woman, I would diet, exercise, take care of myself to be as attractive, sexy and feminine as I could be. And of course enjoy all the styles in women's clothing, makeup, different hair and different overall looks available to women. This would offer (me) so much more than being a male.

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