Sharing My Inner Femme Persona
Crossdressing in Private
I had been secretly crossdressing for over a decade before I introduced ‘Scarlett’ to anyone I dated. Crossdressing used to be more of a kink than a lifestyle to me, which made it feel wrong and shameful by society’s standards. I didn’t want any of my friends/family finding out about Scarlett, so I never dated the same women who I’d explore kink with. I kept both lives completely separate until my girlfriend, Sydney, and I got together when we both found ourselves in New England during the pandemic.
Sharing my Secret Self
Sydney and I had been romantic for years before I had the courage to introduce her to Scarlett. It was once my life started revolving more around being/developing Scarlett, when I created a CD makeover studio in Hong Kong, called Gloss HK, that I became proud of my femme persona and embraced my weirdness. Sydney was the first person that I cared about losing to ever see Scarlett in person… and her reaction was inspiring. She made me feel accepted and loved especially when I was at my most vulnerable, standing there in a french maid outfit with shaved legs, painted nails, shiny heels, clip-on earrings, a blonde wig, and a full face of makeup. Through our shared exploration, she learned that she’s a switch with Domme tendencies, which made our dynamic amazing because I’m a switch who leans submissive.
Crossdressing in Public
Finally I could be fully dressed with a lover and not feel judged for being my weird self. I still run my own CD studio but it’s now much closer to home, in Pawtucket, RI, USA. I’m able to incorporate kinky themes into photoshoots with my clients without the fear of being “found out”. Sydney and I like to glam ourselves up before going out to kinky parties together, the same ones I used to attend alone. It feels so good to live the way I want and I always encourage others to do the same!