Wednesday, May 15, 2019

Sexuality and Crossdressing

Hannah McKnight has some interesting thoughts on the subject:

I would be remiss if I didn’t acknowledge that there are some who dressing up is nothing more than fetish and is completely sexual. Simply put, dressing turns them on, they wear lingerie (or whatever) when they want to…ah, well, you know. They dress up, they have sex, or masturbate and…that’s that. Until the next time. Of course, there is nothing inherently wrong with this. You do you, I guess. But like anything sexual between two people, both have to be on board.

It is not unheard of that a t-girl wanting to wear lingerie in intimate moments. Lingerie might help someone feel beautiful no matter what they are doing, during sex or simply under your clothes when you go grocery shopping. Someone wearing a lacy nightie to bed is something they are doing for themselves, and possibly for their partner. However, t-girls need to be aware that surprising their partner by doing something similar can be… well, it probably won’t go as planned, especially the first time.

...Don’t tell your wife you are a crossdresser on Friday and then greet her in the bedroom on Saturday wearing a corset and stockings. (Unless she asks, of course.) Communication between a couple is important and it’s never more evident than when it comes to intimacy, fantasies, and what happens in bed. Or the living room, if you are so inclined.

This will be last of the postings on crossdressing philosophy, unless I come across something interesting, of course.

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