DEAR DEIDRE: I’m obsessed with coming home from the pub just so I can dress like a woman.
I’m a straight 36. I’ve been single for four years and I spend my weekends dressing up in women’s clothes.
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I have a closet full of dresses, wigs, bras, panties, jewelry – lots of it.
I may be having a good time in my locality but in my heart I always think about the moment when I come home and be able to become a woman.
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I can’t seem to stop myself. I need to go out as a woman but I don’t know where.
I feel trapped inside and alone wish I could share my life and this secret.
DEIDRE SAYS: There’s no need to hide like this.
Dressing like a woman is simply how you show your feminine side.
Although you feel very alone when wearing cross-dressing, there are many men who like this.
You can contact the Beaumont Society (beaumontsociety.org.uk, 01582 412 220) to connect with others like you.
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