If you are here, you probably want to know a bit about this blog or me.

So, here is a quick summary.

Update Jan 2020

My understanding of who I am is finally settling out. I now know (and actually have always know) I’ve got this feminine identity within me; I am bigender with a hint of fluidity.

2018 UPDATE!

As time rolls along, my personal thoughts/wants/needs to explore and present the female part of me is growing stronger. As you will read, I am still questioning where I’m going with this whole thing.

Original information.

I’m a straight, heterosexual guy, father and husband, who, on occasion, likes to dress as a woman. And when I do, I want to portray the image of a woman. I don’t do it that often, but enjoy it when I can.

This blog is about my experiences and some of my thoughts on the subject of crossdressing.






  1. Hi Michelle

    I’ve never thought about coming here, (maybe haven’t noticed the “about me” link that I followed this time), but seeing that I don’t seem to be able to comment on your blogs, which presumably is why I haven’t commented beforem , I just wanted to say what a great read you are (from a far-off UK girl).

    Yes we don’t all dress have the opportunity to dress as often as we would like, and no not that many of us actually want to leave our manhood behind us. Some of us, sometimes, feel the need to express our femininity through dressing. When we dress, we do feel different. Some may feel female all the time, I am not among them.

    Fortunately I ‘told’ my wife as the kids grew older (about 10 years ago) and fortunately I get more chances to dress than you, perhaps not as many as I would choose, but then selfishly I probably only want to dress when “I” feel like it. Amazingly my wife does sometimes give me the chance to dress at home and I refuse.

    There are other things in life and I am glad that you have them too!!

    I am not a forces person, but by the sound of it you finished that and carried serving abroad. Good luck to you that can not be easy.

    I also wanted to say that I enjoyed some recent poems.

    It’s been a while since I have been here, but I am glad I returned. I have blogged quite a bit in the past but for a number of reasons haven’t yet felt like continuing. I do have your blog as a link so I hope you have got some traffic.


    TinaCortina xx
    Tina’s blog

    Tina_Cortina at yahoo.co.uk

    • Hi Tina
      funny, I hadn’t noticed the “About” either until you commented on it…lol. So now I had to go add a bit of info here.
      Thanks for the link add, I have yours also on my page. Look forward to any new posts you may add.

  2. Hi Michelle, oh we do have so much in common, I just have to follow your homepage!
    Like you, my trains and lingerie are in boxes…*giggle* I will enjoy reading your advice and experiences…all the best, Hugs, Candy

  3. Gretchen

    HI Michelle,

    Was so nice to find your blog. I to am an straight male cross-dresser in the Maritimes; I thought I was the only one. Is there any other way I may reach out to you?


    • Hi Gretchen and thanks for dropping by. I sent you an email with contact info. Hope to chat soon.

  4. Monique

    Love all of the posts

    • Hi Monique. Glad you are enjoying my blog. Hopefully you can also take something away from my ramblings as well as being entertained. 🙂

  5. Jocelyn

    I have been following your blog for a couple of years now. I don’t know why I haven’t reached out before to say hi; so HI.

    I think you are being wonderful by being yourself.

    I have resumed expressing female for about a year and a half after a big purge 35 years ago. So I am still getting a wardrobe and practicing putting on makeup. When I go out, infrequently, I feel so comfortable and happy.

    Living near CFB Borden I feel somewhat akin to your experiences in Nova Scotia. I am not in the forces, just a neighbour.

    Keep up your great journey, as will I.


    • Thank you so much for dropping by and saying “hi” Jocelyn!
      CFB Borden has quite a large and active LGBTQ2+ community, you may be aware of, as they have participated in a number of Pride events in the past.
      Enjoy your journey of discovery and acceptance, most importantly, have fun!

      • Jocelyn

        Thank you for responding, let’s keep in touch.

      • Jocelyn,
        if you would like, you can contact me through FB or email michelledeere140@yahoo.com.au (don’t worry about the .au extention. I was down under when I set up my email and didn’t realize it at the time).

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