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    Question What are your crossdresser MileStones?

    I went to an all women store and tried on there way too small and short clothing but they have large size sandals that i got.

    I perfected my makeup techniques to where I get mistaken for a full classy yet sexy female.

    I entered an all women restroom without being clocked and did my business and not speak and blow my cover ( I don't sound feminine at all).

    I got hit on by a lesbian stud mistaken for a women.


    I was called pretty after I perfected my makeup by multiple strangers in the womens fashion store.
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    That's so cool! Well done!

    What's next?

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    Smile 38d-24-39

    Getting a 24 inch waist so I have a Coke bottle like Figure.

    My goal to look good and feminine in a Two piece bikini ( not reached yet).I look good in many types of dresses,trousers and skirts but not skimpy stuff like a bikini .
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    Finally, getting my eye makeup perfected. Loosing my belly so I look better in clothes. Going to Keystone or Viva Las Vegas.
    Please call me Jamie, I always_have crossdressed, I always will, "alwayshave".

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    In order of achievement
    1. Buying my first bra
    2. Buying my first forms
    3. Going out for a drive
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    losing weight to fit into a dress that I bought too small in order to lose weight. is that a milestone? more of an achievement. LOL.

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    1. Going dressed to church.
    2. Going into the city dressed.
    3. Easter with the family dressed.
    4. Using the ladies room at the main branch of the public library.
    5. Being asked at a salon when buying shampoo whether "either of you ladies like something to drink?"

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    I was at a bar (Amstel 54) in Amsterdam last fall, on Sunday they have a big drag day, but it was Friday at about 7:30 pm.

    However, there was an older couple from the US sitting at the next table. When they left, the man came up to me and said 'you look georgeus...', that was very nice. I was wearing a short long sleeve floral dress in dark blue with long sleeves and black heels.

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    Getting 250,000 miles on one pair of heels before needing to retire them

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    Hi Tracie,

    Yeah!!! Those are some awesome milestones!!!

    I am new to this so I don't know if I would consider these milestones but here goes?
    1- Came to terms with myself that I need to get to know my female side
    2- Joined this forum
    3- Started to take better care of my skin (with the wife's help, I still need to come out to her)

    Cheers,
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    Tracie,
    Being out full time the crossdressing label no longer applies , dressing in drab feels more like crossdressing . I reached that milestone just over a year ago , I must admit it's one I never expected to pass . It makes the rest of the list a little superfluous .

    If I had a milestone perhaps it would be standing in front of a full lecture theatre as Teresa to talk about my experiences with the NHS . A double whammy really , I'd never attempted public speaking before let alone doing it dressed and I also winged it without any notes , I still can't believe I did it .
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    1 Accepting that this a part of who I am
    2 Going out as Nikki and interacting with the world around me
    3 Getting ready and doing a good job on my make-up in a reasonable amount of time
    4 Getting to a point where however I am dressed I fell comfortable and natural and just be myself.

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    Going to a nail salon for a mani-pedi.
    going into dressing rooms at department stores with no problems
    Getting asked to dance in a straight bar by a guy (I said no)
    Being mistaken for a woman at my wig salon
    I still have a few more to go I just have to get out there and do them
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    Although the occasions were on Halloween it was interacting with people full en femme.

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    Meeting other CDs and dressing in public. Only went out solo twice. Not much desire to do more than that.

    In fact, dressing in public isn't important to me. At this point I just want nicer clothes, wigs, jewelry etc. Becoming more passable and learning more about emulating a woman doesn't really interest me.
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    1. Loss weight. That I am working on now done lost 8 pounds.
    2. Get make up done
    3. Got out side dressed
    This is my goals so far with baby steps after these goals then I move on the the bigger ones like out in public at restaurants or stores.

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    1. Admitting it to myself
    2. Telling my wife
    3. Buying panties with my wife
    4. Buying dress on my own.
    5. Still on the journey

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    Going "all the way": wig, forms, underwear, dress, shoes, woman head-to-toe.
    Going out for the first time (to my therapist)
    Shopping en femme for women's clothing
    Running errands en femme
    Taking makeup lessons from MAC
    And my favourite: getting ma'am'd.

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    Isn't it all a matter of degrees, Tracie? At one time long ago, driving around dressed during daylite hours was beyond my imagination!

    But, probably my top 3 r things I never could ever have imagined!

    1. Appearing in a TV documentary where they filmed Sherry out in my home town.
    2. Portraying Angela Jolie's Tomb Raider character in Angkor Wat where the movie was filmed.
    3. Playing the LEAD FEMALE in a TV series guest appearance and in a real music video.
    Last edited by docrobbysherry; 04-19-2019 at 12:22 AM.
    U can't keep doing the same things over and over and expect to enjoy life to the max. When u try new things, even if they r out of your comfort zone, u may experience new excitement and growth that u never expected.

    Challenge yourself and pursue your passions! When your life clock runs out, you'll have few or NO REGRETS!

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    Coming to terms with my dressing.
    Shopping for fem clothing in spite of all the fear.
    Finding out what sizes work for me.
    Coming out to a friend, then multiple friends.
    Going out dressed for the first time.
    Getting my first makeover and proper wig (with the help of a gg friend).
    Going dressed to places where I was well known in guy mode. (In multiple cities)
    Coming out to my mother.
    Doing DJ work dressed.

    ...and more to come. I’ve only been out a year and a half. I’m having a great time.
    When all else fails, lower your standards.

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    Really, only the big one: That it's not my fault, and that I don't have to feel guilty about it, because I'm hurting no one. That's a pretty big milestone.
    Some causes of crossdressing you've probably never even considered: My TG biography at:http://www.crossdressers.com/forums/...=1#post1490560
    There's an addendum at post # 82 on that thread, too. It's about a ten minute read.
    Why don't we understand our desire to dress, behave and feel like a girl? Because from childhood, boys are told that the worst possible thing we can be, is a sissy. This feeling is so ingrained into our psyche, that we will suppress any thoughts that connect us to being or wanting to be feminine, even to the point of creating separate personalities to assign those female feelings into.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beverley Sims View Post
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    Corn-gratulations, Bev. Always enjoy your posts. I mean really. All of them.

    -Ears pierced.
    -Wife's full acceptance.
    -Dual gender retirement
    I've waited so long for this time. Makeup is so frustrating. Shaking hands and I look so old. This was a mistake.
    My new maid's outfit is cute. Sure fits tight.
    And then I step into the bedroom and in the mirror, I see a beautiful woman looking back at me.
    Smile, Honey! You look fabulous!

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    I am NOT passable, I am very much an introvert, so for me,

    Buying a girdle in person at a Sears store, (I thought my face was going catch fire), years ago.

    Finding & joining this forum, which very quickly enabled me to accept the fact I AM A CROSSDRESSER, and come out to my wife, who loves me and supports me.

    Calling and asking if the local bra shop, is open to serving crossdressers and getting a great response from the owner who said she has several male customers. She said that she thinks it’s wonderful that I am allowing myself the expression of who I am and that she would be happy to help me get started. I am going next week for a fitting and I am going to treat myself to several new bras!
    Just a run-of-the-mill underdressing CD

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    Achieved milestones:
    Accepting I am a crossdresser.
    Coming out to my wife.
    Coming out to most of my friends and family.
    Going out in the world (work, shopping, etc).
    Shopping as I want.
    Making crossdresser friends.

    Future milestones:
    To have shoulder length hair (getting close).
    Pride parade.
    To be able to go about my day not having to change for certain places or people.

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