Parenting

Leigh
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Parenting

Postby Leigh » Sat Feb 11, 2017 11:07 pm

I thought this might be of interest.

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Re: Parenting

Postby Chaunte » Sat Feb 11, 2017 11:07 pm

Leigh,

That was a really good article. Thank you.

This has been somthing I have been trying to think through for after I eventually come
out to my spouse. It doesn't take much imagination to hear her say / demand that
I not present as female around the kids until they are of legal age.

Chaunte

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Re: Parenting

Postby Leigh » Sat Feb 11, 2017 11:08 pm


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Re: Parenting

Postby Chaunte » Sat Feb 11, 2017 11:08 pm

You will find a strong conservative base going from Utica to the state line. Of
all the cities here in Upstate, Rochester is probably the most liberal. Even so,
the story I passed on in my last post here happened in Rochester.

Chaunte

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Re: Parenting

Postby Chaunte » Sat Feb 11, 2017 11:09 pm


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Re: Parenting

Postby Leigh » Sat Feb 11, 2017 11:09 pm

These sites are all very interesting and have a lot of good information. However
much of the discussion on these sites is directed towards transexuals and gays. I
understand that those who must come out in public as TS have to deal with the issue of
their children. In a sense they have no choice once they have decided to
transition.

The situation for us crossdressers is a little different. If we have young
children living with us the issue is whether to tell them or to keep it hidden. I
have three children (now all grown and moved out on their own). When they were
young I never crossdressed when they were in the house and as far as I know they do not
know about this aspect of my life even now. (If they do know they haven't said
anything to me.) Even though they are now adults and are very accepting of
different lifestyles my wife is very opposed to telling them about my
crossdressing. In deference to her I will not tell the kids.

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Re: Parenting

Postby tslut0 » Sat Feb 11, 2017 11:10 pm

I can reply with a benefit of personal experience. Been there done that.

Back in 1991 I sued my wife for divorce and also sued for custody of my daughter who
was 4 at the time.

Long story short ... my daughter and I won in the very conservative bible belt of the
south.

The wife at the time attempted to make issue of my cross dressing as an attempt to
cover up her own behavior while I had been away in a war zone. Her behavior was illegal
and psychotic.

I never dressed in front of my daughter and the courts frantically searched for any
occurence. My first responsibility has always been to my daughter.

Now that my daughter is 19 of legal age and going to college, I am free to cross dress
and enjoy my fem heart.

Soon will be getting a makeover and photo shoot.

Kids are the priority and come first. I dont want to sound paranoid but the gestapo
moralists are always looking for a way to control lives. Let your kids grow and develop
into who they are and save the woman inside you for the day we can blossom.

It has been a long time and Katie is coming out.

Take Care, Katie


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