Monday, 18 June 2012

A very special guest post



When I put a call out for guest posts I was really honoured to get this one. Any post that raises awareness of how another person is feeling is always welcome here on my blog and this post gives an insight into someones personal world and I am honoured to be able to share it with you.

Please leave your comments and I hope you enjoy it.

Big Fashionista x x


If a Girl wears a Guys t shirt what would you think about them? Is it sexy? is it a turn on? Is it funny? Would you look at that girl and think she’s just run out of her own clothes? or would you think something strange is going on?
Now let’s change the situation around.
If a Guy wears a Girls skirt what would you think about them? Is it sexy? is it a turn on? Is it funny? Would you look at this guy and think he’s just having a laugh? or would you think something strange is going on?
I think the outcome of the similar situation would have very different outcomes.
Most People wouldnt bat an eyelid at a girl wearing a guy’s t shirt, but most people would stare and judge at a guy in a skirt.

Now I am not tarring everybody with the same brush, all I am saying the Guy in a skirt would cause more of a reaction than the girl in a t shirt. Men that dress as women struggle to make their choices heard and understood.
I am a Crossdresser/Transvestite/Guy in a Dress/Drag Queen what ever you want to call it. I have been doing it since I was a child. I can’t speak for the rest of the population that enjoy dressing up in the opposite sexes clothing, but for me it’s all about exploring a side of me that I dont feel comfortable doing as my usual male self. For me it’s all about creating a part of me to explore a side of me that I wish to explore. I don’t go out dressed as a female, nor do I have any sexual tendancies towards the same sex as me. I see this “Hobby” as an artistic expression. Think about those groups of people that dress up in Medieval battle attire and role play somewhere for hours on end, that's similar to what I feel like doing, except instead of a sword and shield I'm armed with a Lip gloss and some killer heels.

I began dressing up as a woman at a young age when I had no idea what I was doing. Over the years of confusion I have grown to embrace this side of me and hone this craft. I research the make up and the styles your everyday woman would have. I Hope over years I have gotten to a point where I can look in the mirror and see something that doesn’t resemble my usual male self. It's all about being able to escape my Male self, even if it's only for a few hours every month. A Release, something that get's those endorphins going.

Doing this “Hobby” gives me an adrenalin burst much like Extreme sports people would get from their “Hobby”. I know this may sound like a bad analogy but this is a hard thing to explain. If I were a Gay man and dressed up in womens clothing, then people wouldn’t judge or ask questions as much as a Hetorosexual male who likes to dress up and look like Jennifer Garner whilst watching the sports on TV.

Hopefully I’ll explain more in future posts. Maybe I can shed some light on this strange and obscure “Hobby” maybe one day I will stop and actually choose another “Hobby” but would you really want to read about Tiddly Winks?

Secret Tranny ( Kx)



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23 comments

  1. Great post! I've always been raised to accept people for who they are, and after working in Ann Summers I'm really not phased by anything anymore (a surprising amount of businessman in my town wear stockings under their trousers to work, which I totally get. Stockings make me feel sexy at work so why shouldn't they get to feel like that?) I don't see it as any different to me (as a girl) wanting to wear boys jogging bottoms to lounge out in at home (they are much more comfortable than the girls ones!) or when I get all dressed up in my one of my nice dresses and do my make-up when I have no where specific to go. I do it to feel nice and different, why shouldn't guys be allowed to do the same without it being taboo? I'm very much of the opinion that as long as it isn't hurting anyone then what's the fuss?

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  2. Awesome post. Still seems a bit of a shame you're a "secret" trannie when you don't see any secret man t-shirt wearing girls.

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  4. [REPEAT OF ABOVE DELETED COMMENT, WITH TYPOS AND SPELLING ERRORS CORRECTED]

    Once upon a time, it was not considered manly to use a deodorant. No more.
    A couple of decades ago it was scandalous to see a man in a pink shirt. No more.
    Then it was an outrage for chaps to dye their hair or moisturise. No more.
    Eyeliner and nail varnish were once considered exclusively female products. No more.

    So why can't we just open up our minds and accept whatever each and everyone feels is comfortable and expresses them? I don't look as good as David Beckham (or whoever) in a suit and tie - or as luscious as Jennifer Garner in a frock, for that matter - but that shouldn't stop me wearing it if I feel like it.

    To be honest, however, I would feel a twinge of resentment if the fella I was with looked better in fishnets and heels than I do!

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  5. Great post and I bet you look better in a skirt than I do!
    xx

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    1. Keeley (Secret Tranny)18 June 2012 at 17:51

      Aww I have been known to get envious comments about that xx

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  6. I'll be honest and say that whilst I think everyone should be free to express themselves as they wish, I have never really understood men that want to dress as women, not least because male clothing is less restrictive than female (maybe that's part of the attraction?) But the medieval battle role play analogy is a good one, its really not that dissimilar when you think about it. Great, thought provoking post, thank you.

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  7. Keeley (Secret Tranny)18 June 2012 at 17:38

    Hi everyone,
    Thank you so much for reading my post, it means so much to me that it has gotten a great response. My aim for the post was to get the way I personally feel across. I can't speak to the thousands of people out there that are struggling to be heard.
    Luckily I'm in a happy place where this "Hobby" of mine is accepted amongst a close group, and now knowing how well strangers accept it or just simply understand it is satisfying.
    I would love to possibly start a blog similar to these posts.
    Thanks to Kellie for posting this for me and making my day x

    Again thank you for reading this and although i wish to keep some anonymity i can be found on twitter :)
    @heelsandtelly

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  8. Keeley, you really should start your own blog. I'd read it for sure!

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    1. Keeley (Secret Tranny)18 June 2012 at 17:47

      Really? I do some other blogging as my usual male self, but I've never written much about this side of me. I guess I really should x

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  9. Oh, go for it, knock yourself out. I find the transformation facinating to see. Sometimes it's done well, sometimes badly, but I've been known to leave the house with chipped nail polish. None of us are an authority really. Lovely that you could talk to an audience you might not have before, and I've enjoyed a different perspective. Don't be such a secret Keeley. You'll find we're good eggs x

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  10. A great post.

    I liked the part about escaping your male self - it makes so much sense when you put it like that; I have days when the last thing I want is to be 'womanly' or 'girly' or 'feminine' but it's so much easier for a woman to switch it off. Conversely, I'm more likely to wear (hitherto) traditionally 'male' garb (jeans, massive boots, sweatshirt etc) when I'm in, say, no mood to be messed with :) Not sure what that tells you…!

    Seconding the call for your hobby blog, I think that would be fascinating. If you do decide to start one, link us up! :)

    Flo (a dedicated men in make-up and "women's" clothes lover since Marilyn in 1983!)

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  13. Liane Greathead9 July 2012 at 22:40

    I think people should be able to wear whatever makes them comfortable. The main thing in life is that you are happy with who you are. To hell with what other people think.

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