Reply To: Being served buying clothes as a transgender woman


My first ever outing was august 1st to years ago to a makeover at Macy’s.   I told them I was trans and asked if would be a problem.    It wasn’t and I had a delightful day.    The personal shopper pulled clothing for me to try on and I see her every time I am back at the South Hills Village Mall in PA.  I go there frequently as Annie and no one Has ever batted an eyelash.   That mall is about 1 1/2 hours from home so lately I’ve gotten braver and gone to a strip mall.  Fifteen minutes away.    I regularly shop at kohl’s, Pennys and TJ Max and have never had an issue.

On one outing I went to a smaller shop and needed help finding a cute mask.   As I was the only one there I asked the two older ladies if they could tell that I was trans.   They responded Heaven’s no.  You move and walk better in heels than many women.   They did say that had no knowledge until I spoke.    I know I need voice work.   (Darn puberty).

Another cute story.   My wife and I go to the same hair stylist.   My wife outed me to her but identified my behavior as crossdressing and believed it was something I could control.  At my last cut my hairdresser and I discussed the true me and I showed her my pics of which I have many.   She said I have good taste in cloths, my wig is gorgeous and I am pretty.   Such a warm feeling enveloped me talking to her.   No wonder I want to be a woman.

Huggs and 😘😘😘


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