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An interesting article on being a sissy
#1
https://thoughtcatalog.com/jeremy-london...ientation/
I found this article interesting so I thought I'd share it.  Personally I do not agree with all of it, as I am more focused on being a sissy to serve women. 
Your thoughts?
I am a sissy, I serve Women, renounce my silly attempts at false maleness, and surrender to my sissyhood as who I am best to be.
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#2
(04-21-2020, 05:01 PM)Sissycindylynn Wrote: https://thoughtcatalog.com/jeremy-london...ientation/
I found this article interesting so I thought I'd share it.  Personally I do not agree with all of it, as I am more focused on being a sissy to serve women. 
Your thoughts?

Thanks for sharing this interesting article.  Sissification is going mainstream?  Who'da thunk?  

Having read the article, though, I have to disagree with a couple of his points.  

First, I disagree that the sissy impulse is deeply misogynistic, as London suggests.  Rather, I see imitation as a sincere form of flattery -- femininity is a worthy goal for which to strive.  Sissies see females as being on a much higher plane, one they might imitate, but never achieve.  That doesn't stop us from trying, though.  

Second, sitting down to pee is just good manners, and much more hygienic and cleaner.  Since sissies usually end up being responsible for keeping the bathroom clean, it's just common sense to sit to pee.  And when in a woman's house, it's simply good manners.  

Thirdly, London suggests that sissification is reversible, absent physical or hormonal changes.  I strongly disagree, since real sissification is a state of mind.  Once a male has pursued this quest, and indulged in it, he can never quite revert to conventional masculinity.  Most of us have tried, many repeatedly, but the sissy siren's call always proves much too strong to ignore for any length of time.  Once a sissy, always a sissy.  
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#3
Sissycindylynn, Thanks for this article. It basically covers the spectrum of themes presented in TG fiction, and of course, some peoples' reality. There is a wide spectrum (probably three-dimensional) of how a person experiences their own journey, for their own reasons, prompted by their own circumstances (both nature and nurture-wise). This article certainly painted a picture of this "end" of said spectrum.
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#4
That is quite an interesting article, yes.

Like others have said, I agree with some of it but not all. I guess we all see being a sissy differently.

For me it's nothing to do with mind control or chastity devices. My sissy tendencies developed long before I needed chastity!

I did have times when I was younger, in my early twenties, when I had deep shame about the clothes I liked to wear and the toys I had. I don't suppose I'm alone in 'purging', throwing away all my girly and babyish clothes, and my plugs and dildos and assuming that that would mean I was no longer a sissy and could become what other people thought of as 'normal'.

But of course it didn't.

It just meant that I had to start buying more clothes and toys again. I must have done that three of four times before I finally accepted that I was always going to be a sissy. That acceptance was a lovely thing to experience. Since then I've decided to just enjoy myself. If people think it's strange then so be it. There are plenty of people who have accepted me for who I am, and that's a wonderful feeling.
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#5
mikki, 
Your points are well thought out and well taken, I concur with you 100%. Yes, I too see the feminine as way above us, and sitting to make sissy tinkles is all you say it is.  
I want to be like women, and emulate women, lose all maleness and live a feminine sissy life.
And YES, as well experienced sissies know, there is no going back.
It's  like be a sissy is discovering an inner truth, once you know, it's who you forever are.
I am a sissy, I serve Women, renounce my silly attempts at false maleness, and surrender to my sissyhood as who I am best to be.
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#6
GinaV,
I did realize that much of what included in this article was more based upon information from Internet fiction and porn angles than actually interviewing one or several of us, to find out who we really are, where we’re coming from and how we best wish to live our lives and serve who we feel best giving ourselves to.

It’s so easy to base opinions on hearsay than actual research, but what I did like is this is now becoming more mainstream. The presumptions of hating women and wanting sex with males are stereotypes, personally I desire to serve women.

I also have noticed on this forum and have already known how many of us sissies are quite intelligent, insightful have followed our unstoppable passions and now live a truth we cannot extinguish, even if we wanted to.  We can be quite an asset to all of those whom we submissively surrender and obey.

Ali,
I agree with you, I can remember feeling submissive to girls at a very young age and doing what I was told by girls back then.

In my teen years having neighborhood girls tell me I would have been better off being born a girl, which I agreed with back then as I do today. Much more at ease hanging out with the girls than the boys. Never quite understanding why I had to ask the girls out instead of them asking me?

I too like most everyone here had purged once years ago, and as we’ve all come to learn, deeply regretted it afterwards, chucking my pretty things into a dumpster and driving off, like a criminal. As if throwing away the clothing and other items would have changed anything? Back then, just more nervous shopping experiences post-purge. Trying to put out a fire which cannot be put out.  The challenges of finding acceptance and love. The years of soul-crushing loneliness, never quite fitting in. Being terrible at most team sports, and finding girls to be with while the boys played.

I also know these traits we have run in families, as it does in mine. Most of us are highly intelligent, and very passionate about our female side, and how and whom we ache to serve. Someone once told me it's like the female switch in my brain was turned on since birth.

It’s quite a relief to come to terms and accept who we are, glad you’ve gotten there.
I am a sissy, I serve Women, renounce my silly attempts at false maleness, and surrender to my sissyhood as who I am best to be.
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#7
"It’s quite a relief to come to terms and accept who we are, glad you’ve gotten there."

I know exactly.what you mean, Sissy Cindy.

Once one has truly excepted this part of ourselves it is truly a burden off one's shoulders.

One can thoroughly accept being submissive and then get on with life, living that way, and for me, looking for someone to share that with.

Being a Sissy is a Journey.

Probably the best journey any man can hope to ever experience I believe.

Truly the best times in life are when one is femininely attired and of purpose to an heroic woman 

Much love
Brenda
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#8
Brenda,
Also well thought out and beautifully expressed.
Loving the way you think, as well as the others whom have shared here.
Very insightful.
I am a sissy, I serve Women, renounce my silly attempts at false maleness, and surrender to my sissyhood as who I am best to be.
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#9
If I could add just one more note: having that Female switch turned on at birth isn't the problem, it's our society which places that burden: "conform to binary gender expression, it's either or, you can't be both." Imagine that burden never being placed... how our lives would be so different.
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#10
Thanks for sharing the article. It is worth a read, but I almost wonder if it was written by a bot.

I never understood the link between misogyny and 'sissy' behavior. After all, if a man hates women, why would he try to emulate one? I guess psychologists are always looking for a cause of behavior, rather than simply accepting the fact that we are all different and view the world in different ways.

There are also clear differences between BDSM, transgender people, and crossdressers.

To me, being a sissy has always been about keeping my birth gender, but dismissing its toxic aspects, and considering women naturally powerful and worthy of respect. Even average men refer to women as "bombshells" and "goddesses".

The BDSM aspects of pain, humiliation, chastity etc. are a power exchange that affirm and demonstrate a woman's power, and I hardly think there is anything so unusual about that. If men didn't like to be challenged emotionally, no one would join the military, go through a fraternity initiation, etc.

I guess our society just doesn't accept powerful women the way it should. So in my opinion, that's why we need more of them, and we need to decouple femininity from any birth gender. We pay football players millions, but pay the cheerleaders pennies.

Anyone can embrace femininity, enjoy pretty clothes, and experience beauty. It is a sensory experience and quite emotionally satisfying, whether as a release from the everyday, or as an aspiration in its own right.

If you have some time on your hands, I would very highly recommend Dr. June Stephenson's book "Men Are Not Cost Effective".
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