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- Thu, 10 Oct 2019 14:07:35 EST QwcWpBl+ No.101591
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I'm a guy and thought all my life I'm a bi. Had real relationships a few women so far, and they were Ok. Real, as going as far as mutually falling in love and living together. Lately though, after a single phase after last breakup, I got into such real relationship with a guy (who is also bi like me.) I've now felt better than ever before. We can also talk together about anything, whereas with the women they often hated or avoided many kinds of subjects. We are really open and close, like best friends. I can also cross dress all way for fun or sex, and it's also much greater than ever before. I think and feel I've found what is right for me. Sex with him is also great and just simple cuddling makes me dizzy in the good way.

But now I don't know anymore am I a guy who is bi, or a guy who is more towards trans than I thought. I'm going way into CD with him, like in certain clubs with money and planning into dressing. I would even have laser operation in future to reduce some facial and body hair more permanently, and real piercings. I don't feel like going for any cutting or meds though. I also like my testosterone levels as they are. But it's also possible I'm just a guy who is happy as a guy, but with intensified focus into cross dressing, which was just a cheap hobby before. Now that I've found someone to go all in with it, it's greater.

It's also nice to have finally a partner who you can take drugs with without any judgement and enjoy and study life, the world and each other together in altered states. But then also when sober, to verify and enjoy the feelings that are real as they naturally are.

(Picture is random from Internet)
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Priscilla Goodridge - Thu, 10 Oct 2019 20:27:07 EST JcHta7/r No.101593 Reply
>>101591
how old are you

your testosterone might still peak

you also might want to have a family some day

so choose wisely
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Caroline Girringman - Thu, 10 Oct 2019 23:41:30 EST 4ycvK41t No.101594 Reply
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if it feels good, do it

>>101593
>your testosterone might still peak

has nothing to do with sexuality or gender identity or even necessarily masculinity/femininity, the idea that any of this has anything to do with "low T" is bullshit broscience in the same league as phytoestrogens turning the friggin' soyboys gay, it's not a deficiency that needs to be (or even can) be "fixed", it's a normal variation in human experience, and the only reasonable response is acceptance
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Fanny Turveystock - Fri, 11 Oct 2019 20:26:48 EST SIv9iB2w No.101598 Reply
>>101594
lolok

if you're under 25 and you look like a twinky smooth boi then you shouldn't fuck with your body.
because your testosterone will still peak and you'll be a hairy manly muscular dood probably

if you're over 25 the test ship has sailed and you can do whatever you want
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Ernest Chunderlock - Sat, 12 Oct 2019 07:46:24 EST DiCU30tX No.101600 Reply
I like how you guys managed to take a post which warranted no discussion and have an argument by misunderstanding it.
>OP is a guy who couldn't pick the right woman but chooses men differently and is happy now he's gone for a guy
>he is enjoying cross dressing
>he doesn't want to do anything more surface level cosmetic shit to enable that
>He's happy and everything is going well
>no problems, no stupid decisions, nothing to discuss
>nb
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!scyTheNg3k - Sat, 12 Oct 2019 14:58:21 EST /oTBuSqZ No.101601 Reply
>>101591
If there’s anything to clarify there, it’s the following: the only permanent things you’re considering are hair removal and piercings. Nothing else even requires a second thought. Piercings, which I don’t like on anyone, have nothing to do with gender. Don’t get any big holes or dangerous piercings IMO, but that’s irrelevant.
And honestly, it’s not like hair removal is going to really affect your ability to present as masculine should you ever choose to. There are only a small fraction of women who would consider it a dealbreaker if you don’t have chest hair, although there are more who might be bothered by why you don’t have chest hair. Some people wish the world wasn’t that way, but that’s how it is.
But the underlying truth is already there. You’re happy being like this at least for now. Do you really want to get in a relationship in the future where you have to cover up the past? And are you afraid of not having body hair or afraid of having a future girlfriend know you dated a guy once?
After all, there are plenty of straight guys who shave their body hair.
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Lillian Shittingson - Sun, 13 Oct 2019 23:27:41 EST 0qw/GcU3 No.101602 Reply
>>101600
> I like how you guys managed to take a post which warranted no discussion and have an argument by misunderstanding it.
LOL. Yeah. I read OP, and was like fuck that well-adjusted cunt in a healthy relationship.

>>101591
You sound like you're having a good time, OP. Good for you.

>But now I don't know anymore am I a guy who is bi, or a guy who is more towards trans than I thought.
Maybe you're nonbinary? Maybe it doesn't matter, at least for now? Maybe talk to your boyfriend about how you feel?
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Graham Honeydale - Mon, 21 Oct 2019 18:24:44 EST SBSRFbzM No.101610 Reply
>>101591
It's not like the only two options are bi or trans. Jesus.

Gender fluidity is a thing. There are an infinite number of ways to express your gender. Clothing is one of them, yeah, but it certainly doesn't make you trans - you yourself said you're happy as a guy. K so, not trans.

Don't get so caught up in labels - but if you absolutely need one, try these

>GSM - (gender and sexual minority, used as a replacement when LGBTQAI doesn't quite fit)

>Male Adjacent - (more feminine aspects than 'traditional' male expression, but still internally and externally male identifiying)
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Milk Drowner - Sat, 09 Nov 2019 07:28:26 EST wAcofUgF No.101653 Reply
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I only crossdress because it gives me a hardon and I like to cum in womens clothes.

This and womens clothes are way prettier than male ones, especially the ruffles, laces and colours.

The ones that try hard to be male-clothes with grey in grey are obviously not.
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Ebenezer Sudgegold - Fri, 29 Nov 2019 23:12:26 EST BDxM7VUU No.101715 Reply
That sounds nice and fulfilling op. going to clubs as a lady sounds thrilling
I think we're entering into an era where it seems possible for gender fluidity to be the norm... pop stars have been eroding what it means to be masculine for like 50 years and feminine for even longer.
I don't know why anyone identifies solidly as one gender. it seems to me a world full of constant pitfalls having to categorize everything you do as fitting or not fitting, and then repressing accordingly.
to be in flux is to be free and to get the full spectrum of the human experience.
anyway i'm just happy you feel right at the moment because in my experience it can often be rather dysphoric to feel this way and I think you're onto something... peas
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Sophie Blathershit - Wed, 25 Mar 2020 17:06:26 EST xJtC/gg9 No.102050 Reply
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Can we discuss Crossdressing and Sissydom?

Where do you buy your clothes?

When and how did you discover that you prefer the fashion of the other sex?

Are you ashamed?

Does it arouse you?
Do you cum in womens clothes?

Is sissywear even comfy?
Or does it just look comfy, but is hard and pointy when wearing it?

Do you have any subfetishes?

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