I thought I looked pretty cute tonight.
I think it’s a cute dress but not as cute as my other polka dot dress. However I think the new dress is more appropriate for a girl my age.
What do you think? The new dress is on the left and the other dress is on the right. I love dresses that show off my legs. I don’t want all those hours on the stairmaster to go to waste, after all. But a dress and a skirt need to pass the bend at the waist test. If I bend over, the back can’t reveal what color my panties are, you know? Same with bending forward…if the neckline drapes down and you can see my bra, then it’s a little too low cut. When I was younger I didn’t have these little tests, but I try to keep it classy. The dress on the right is a perfect dress provided I don’t sit or do anything but stand.
A bit personal– tucking? Tips, tricks, advice. I can’t even begin to think about sitting down this way!
You know, I’ve had this blog for about two and a half years, and I’ve been wondering when I would get this question. For those of you who’ve not heard of tucking, it’s the method of…ah…well, I’ll just say it, it’s pushing a penis down between your legs to create a smoother shape when wearing a dress or skirt. And yes, it’s as uncomfortable as it sounds,
Anyway, tucking is, for me anyway, much ado about nothing. What I mean is that I don’t think my lower anatomy gives me away. What gives me away are my hands and shoulders and height. There are undergarments that some wear to minimize the appearance of a penis. Gaffs as well as dancer’s belts are pretty common but unless you are dressing as a Las Vegas show girl, wearing latex or doing a lingerie photo shoot or are REALLY excited about that new pencil skirt you scored, I am not convinced they are necessary. I think a good pair of panties and stockings also do a sufficient job of smoothing out the area.
I don’t think about this very much, though. My gender identification and my anatomy have very to do with each other.
But of course all t-girls and crossdressers have their own opinions about this, and I’m sure this question will have a lot of comments!