Sunday, January 9, 2000
As I write this, I'm in a beautiful, long, woven cashmere black skirt, a black velvet tank top, a women's black jacket with fuzzy cuffs and one of those fuzzy, cozy collars that hugs your neck, and black tights. I wore this stylish all-black outfit today, to the dining hall twice and to the video store, as well as to my job, where my boss saw me. (I've come out to her...She doesn't care.) I have a beautiful, loving, accepting, and supportive girlfriend. I'm out to all of my friends, my mom and my sister. Sometimes I can't believe how lucky I am. Life is GREAT.
Sorry I haven't updated in forever...I october I put off this site because I wasn't getting work done, and then in november I put of my work because I wasn't getting this site (and other stuff) done. In december, all my work came back with a vengance because I had put it off, and I wasn't even able to complete all of it. Sorry I've had no time to work on this site...Now finally things are calm again and I can update again. Unfortunately, it's an eerie calmness, like I'm in the eye of a hurricane or something. Pretty soon the whirlwind will pick up again, and who knows if I'll be able to find the balance between my extracurriculars (such as this site) and my work.
But let's enjoy this while it lasts. After I last wrote, in early december, I wore the fancy dress I bought here to two parties. Yes, one was an LGBT party, and the other was at a friend's house whom I had come out to, but it was still a big step for me. I went out with the support of my girlfriend and a friend, and I had a blast. It was awesome.
I didn't crossdress for a while after that, not because I didn't want to, but just because I was so busy and didn't even have time to think about it. Things were busy until I packed up and left for home, so I didn't crossdress, though I packed a skirt and my catsuit to take home "just in case."
A few days before new years, I went shopping with two female friends of mine. One of them was the first person I had come out to, and this was the shopping trip she had promised to me long ago, before I was confident enough to shop for myself. Alas, it was still fun...We ended up going to bebe, and because I had so much christmas money, I kind of splurged and bought the woven cashmere skirt, which was $130. I know, I know. But it's the SOFTEST material I've ever felt. It's wonderful.
Then, for new year's, a friend of mine told me about a mock-dress up dinner party her friend was having, and invited me to come. I said that I didn't have anything nice to wear, and she suggested the skirt. I ruled that out, because I didn't know anyone at the party and we were in a big city on new year's. But after I hung up the phone with her, I thought about it and realized how badly I wanted to wear it for the new year's of the century, so I called her back and asked her what she thought. She ended up calling the host, who was fine with it. So, I wore the skirt. There only ended up being like 8 of us, and no one seemed to care, and we had a fabulous time. It was all college aged kids, no adults, and all the girls were in prom dresses and all the guys (hehe, except me) were in tuxes, and they cooked a meal for us and we had a wonderful little celebration. It was an awesome evening.
I've been thinking a lot about new year's and how well everything's been going for me, and I realized it's 2000, for christ's sake. Not only could the crossdressing revolution take place in my lifetime, it should have happened a long time ago. So, I've been trying to start it. I made the crossdressing revolution page with a shorter, easier to remember address: http://go.to/cdrevolution/ . I've bought Hanes T-shirtMaker premier and a couple Tshirts, and I'm going to advertise the site with the easy to remember address. The trick now will be getting non-crossdressers involved...There's just not enough crossdressers to do it alone. Please let me know what you think of the revolution, and send me comments and suggestions.
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