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    Have women ever used words Adorable,Precious,Darling,or Cute related to your dressing

    Words like Adorable, Darling, Precious, and Cute are words I think guys almost never use and words that are usually not directed towards us.

    My first experience dressing was being put in my sisters dress by my mother and aunt to try and fool a visiting X Nanny. I remember feeling quite strange in the dress but even more embarassed when they showered me with praise using all those silly Words.

    I still have a strong reaction when those words are used and am not sure if they are meant as a compliment or to kind of tease me ?

    Any experience with S.O.s or sales gals using these words, and how do you react to them ?

    Thoughts ?

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    Yes, I have been described as cute, pretty, etc. it is very gratifying. I like to think they mean it.

    When you say a strong reaction, do you mean you blush, get flustered, etc? Maybe you are still repressing this part of yourself somewhat and that is affecting your ability to take a compliment.
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    Only by men. My partner just laughs and calls me her b***h.

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    My wife has called some of my outfits adorable and I take that as a compliment.

    I never really liked getting compliments growing up because I didn't like dressing like a boy. Through out my life people told me I was a good looking guy, but I never really saw it. When I am dressed I see that beautiful person everyone else sees and I love getting compliments.

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    Occasionally, Robbie. But, I hear, "hot" and "sexy" a lot more often!

    But, that's how I tend to dress when I'm out. Like a pretty adult woman. Not as a cutesy young girl!
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    “Cute” is kind of a middle of the road term and can go either way. “Adorable” and “darling” lean toward patronizing, especially when used to describe you and not your outfit. My favorite compliments from women are “gorgeous” “stunning” “glamorous” “amazing”, and “everything” (Yes, have received them all).

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    Yes, I have been called cute, adorable, beautiful, and gorgeous while wearing this outfit to an Oktoberfest. All by GGs that I had never met. I took the words as compliments. https://www.crossdressers.com/forums...berfest-photos

    Cute is definitely a strong compliment where I live, except when used as a command, as in don?t be cute! So are the other terms, though Micki is right that adorable and darling can have a patronizing side. Tone of voice usually confirms if patronizing is intended. Precious describes only preschool age girls in my part of the world.

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    I've been called pretty, beautiful, and gorgeous! I don't think I am any of those but I took them anyway! LOL Hugs Lana Mae
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    Have women ever used words Adorable,Precious,Darling,or Cute related to your dressing

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    I have been called darling (well darlin') by more than one GG server when dressed, I take that as a compliment too.

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    Yes, I have. But I've gotten more complements like Micki, and mostly from GGs. I think that they were honest.
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    "Women" don't often talk to me or about me concerning my dressing. Only my wife. She has commented a few times about my "cute outfit". That makes me feel good.
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    I have called a CDer's outfit, "cute". However, the other words seem more appropriate for compliments about new born babies rather than adults.

    Maybe that's just the way it is in the part of the country that I live in (no one here says "darling").

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    I have been told a lot of things over the years. A few were from guys coming on to me. I wasn't gay, but I looked pretty fem in guy mode. When I eventually went out as a girl I was shocked at how many truly thought I was a girl. I did enjoy going out as a girl and being accepted. I was told by the owner of a wig shop, Do you know how pretty you are? A clerk in a lingerie store told me when I was in guy mode, that I was cute and everyone should have beautiful lingerie. My looks, I'm sure enabled my ability to shop in women's stores and try on things back in the 60s. Today I get that a pretty blouse, or you look nice, but age has caught me.

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    I've been called "lovely", "cute", and sometimes "adorable". But I love it when someone refers to me as "doll". Like from the 1940s, lol...

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    Have women ever used words Adorable,Precious,Darling,or Cute related to your dressing?
    Yes all of the above and more.

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    I've heard I have beautiful eyes when wearing makeup, and pretty hair. Thats about it.

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    A couple of times I have gotten Cute outfit, love your top, but recently a lady told me I was gorgeous! She complimented my outfit and how well I was put together. I usually try to put on a big smile and say Thank You

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    I got a "wow!" once from my wife when I stepped into the room in a new dress. Good enough for me! She was on the phone and had to explain to the person she was talking to what the "wow" was for. Of course she wouldn't say, but said, "my husband just showed me something."

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    There used to be an apartment manager who found me wearing a dress I had slept in (she had to come into my room so the exterminator could spray my bathroom). I looked at my dress and smiled sheepishly and she (the apt. mgr.) smiled back. A few days later, as Thanksgiving approached, she told me not to eat too much so I can "fit into those cute clothes;" I was surprised and said "thank you..." then in character, "thank you honey."

    There was also a GG nurse who used to work with my roommate (he was my SO then, and is again now). She'd see me dressed up and said "Whoo! Look at you!"
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    Nope, never got any of those ,or similar, names from anyone except right after $75+ makeovers. I know that I have a hard figure/face to convert.
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    Robbie,
    My daughter usually tells me how nice I look , the best compliment her mother in law makes is she prefers me as Teresa . I'm just happy to be openly accepted , GGs don't usually get that many compliments .

    The one that made me smile recently was when I asked a couple to take a picture of me in front of Belvoir Castle , when the husband handed my camera back he said , " There you go Duchess ! "

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