It’s just Supper

I have a rather eclectic group of friends to say the least, rather differing groups of friends. Now I also have some gay friends who are into leather culture amount other socially unacceptable things and they are fully aware of my alternative wardrobe choices. Strangely I rarely wear my female clothing around them and they are coming over for a chicken and rib supper this evening so really and ideal situation to indulge and socialise enfemme yet I am hesitant. I really have very little to fear and there is no need for me to go all out, a blouse would be a enough really to change it up a bit and I know they would be supportive. Damned social pressures why do they have to be so ingrained? (That question doesn’t need to be answered I have strong social theory foundation)

2 thoughts on “It’s just Supper

  1. I really think your friends would be nothing but supportive. But I get that it’s hard. Even my “circle of trust” has never seen me dressed up in person. I think if you take the step you probably won’t regret it, but if you don’t you may. Good luck!

  2. I’m with cdhubby, even though I would not do that with my own circle of trust. My closest friends are also unfortunately rather conservative and still tend to equate crossdressing with every perversion known to humankind (and a few goats), so I am still unprepared to share that side of my life with anyone outside my family.

    If, on the other hand, my closest friends were also into alternative, socially unacceptable hobbies like BDSM, I would not hesitate a moment to be myself around them.

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