I would have written earlier but I've been distracted with other things like... er, changing my ringtone to Yakety Sax which would be a great song to play at my funeral as well. Being led into the crematorium furnace in a fast motion figure of eight chased by a nurse, a short bald man, several women in bikini's, passers by and mourners.
Anyway... I don't know why but my t dar ping's in M&S either its the shop of choice for middle aged looking tranny's or I need to review my spotting mechanism.
Personally I've had a pleasing small moment of female identification, admittedly in dim light but I take it as a encouraging note and suggested I was doing something right, for once. I went out again, after my accident where I wore thick tights to cover the bumps and bruises on my legs, I don't think the rest of my outfit, which was picked out in a hurry, worked quite as well, especially the plain court shoes I brought with me.
Usually when another thread on passing appears on a online discussion forum it tends to give me a form of narcolepsy called tediusrehashedquestionus as the same old views get restated often quite forceful. The only things I will say is that if you're wearing a little Bo-peep costume and six inch heals standing outside Bristol Temple Meeds station, you might not pass. But then one might suggest if you're wearing a little Bo-peep costume and six inch heals standing outside Bristol Temple Meeds station you're likely not to care if you pass or not. There are also no short-cuts, so don't believe the snake oil salesmen.
Above all, don't panic and have fun, self consciousness is the biggest give-away.
*That's enough from auntie Lucy's advice column, you'll be relieved to hear.*
Oh yeah...ace tune (crap comedian), keep on getting out there...and annoying folks with your ringtone :-) xxReplyDelete
(Mine is set to "Lost in Music")
self consciousness is the biggest give-away.ReplyDelete
Confidence is a preference for the habitual voyeur of what... no, that's not right is it. :-)
Iffy references to indie-pop of yesteryear aside, I think you're right about confidence. Head up and face the world with a smile. You've just as much right to be strolling around town as the next person. IMO ;-)
I was actually thinking of a FB group - my-right-to-wear-little-bo-peep-outfits-and-not-be-laughed-at.ReplyDelete
If ya want attention and have the confidence then wear the outfit!ReplyDelete
Keep on with the crap comedians and iffy 90's indie references. Looks like i've a new Facebook group to join as well :)