I like the anonymity of just putting my feelings out into the ether and having them float there unattached to my “real life.” It also means that I know the people who find me and comment have come across me organically and can relate somehow to what I am going through.Or that my words drew them in or were interesting in some way.7.Here's my comment, as published over at Medium: I do appreciate the effort in trying to understand male to female transgender people who crossdream.I am sure you are right about the feminine cuteness of Japanese popular culture being a hypercorrection to lives imprisoned in masculine hardness. There have been a lot of heavy emotions and tough subjects coming up for me lately.Which means this blog has been a little on the depressing side as well.But the connection to “autogynephilia” is not convincing, and I am saying this as one who has worked with male crossdreamers (people who fantasize about becoming their target gender) for more than ten years.
The author makes some interesting observations about the Japanese fondness of cuteness and crossdreamer fantasies.I decided to take a page from their books and do the same.I picked 25 questions from The Other Side of Infidelity and Sunday Stealing that I thought would be fun and interesting to answer. What is the most interesting thing you’ve done in the past year? The most interesting thing I have done in the last 12 months is take a ghost tour in .This also applies to those that have repressed their more vulnerable or feminine side to the point you are describing. Yesterday was May 9th 2015 – the day marked the 70th anniversary of the defeat of Nazi Germany in World War II.
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