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It has been a long time coming. For the new year, I decided to take a whack at blogging promoting femtopia and sharing my experiences helping mothers who are raising prissy princesses and other tales of petticoating. Love to hear anyone feedback that care, look for some new posts over the next few weeks.

http://truepetticoating.blogspot.com/
Looking good, will follow with lots of interest..curtsy
It's always thrilling to see new blog about gender role reversal society with feminization of all males. Thank you.
I enjoyed your blog very much, I will follow with interest.
Thanks everyone, feel free to comment on the blog or if you want contact me hear about things you like to see and any comments about the petticoating tales shared.

RF
Hello to all, happy new year. I have published the first few stories on my blog. Love to hear everyone thoughts and comments on the petticoating cases being shared. Do you enjoy hearing about petticoating, gender role reversal, want to hear more, let me know.

http://truepetticoating.blogspot.com/
Always luv hearing Your views, describing Your work. Enjoy Your new blog.
I have enjoyed your blog very much, it is certainly true that petticoating unruly boys and dressing them like girls has been used to correct their behaviour, if it works why mess with a good thing? But boys have been in dresses for other reasons as well. My Wife has many old family photos going back several generations and in quite a few of them the boys were in dresses. Way back then clothing was hard to come by in isolated places or if you were poor and many women made clothes for their children and you didn't throw things away if it fit someone else. In some of those old photos the boys were clearly six or seven years old wearing smocked dresses, pinafores and girls' shoes too. There is no way of knowing how these boys felt about being dressed this way, they would have most likely been in dresses since birth and it's just the way things were.
You go RF! While I do think you represent a pretty extreme end of a spectrum of feminism, I'm glad women like you aren't afraid to make noise and pave the way for more moderate women like myself.
(01-01-2017, 03:56 PM)Sara In Charge Wrote: [ -> ]You go RF! While I do think you represent a pretty extreme end of a spectrum of feminism, I'm glad women like you aren't afraid to make noise and pave the way for more moderate women like myself.

Yes, still have not learn that you can get better results with honey instead of vinegar. As I get older and wiser, I am starting to learn this  a little more, still sometimes my wrecking ball approach is required.
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