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How can I embrace my feminine side more?
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Ah Hey, I’m Mike and i’m New here. I’m just a teenage guy looking to embrace my feminine side a bit more and try new things, and I’m looking for some advice on how I can do this. Most of my hobbies are pretty manly, Yk fishing, sports and video games but I do knit once’s in a while. Any suggestions?
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When your area is in a position where socialising becomes practicable making an effort to socialise with females would be advisable as you will be able to join in with them and gain so many cues about what makes us tic and how we act. 

In the meantime, you have mentioned a lot about hobbies here. One of the things which does most to make one feel feminine and which is relatively easy to get involved with is the adoption of women’s clothes. Wearing a flouncy dress or even just a skirt instead of trousers will do wonders to make you feel feminine, particularly if you have to scoop it under you when you sit down to maintain the modesty of your new lingerie    Wink  

Similarly, tights and stockings are very smooth and provide a great sensation against the legs (particularly if you shave them). Heels will help you perfect a feminine gait and there is little to get one in the mood like the sound of stilettos on hardwood. 

Some of the most feminine hobbies are based around appearance so mastering makeup will prove an important skill. Likewise, women like to get their nails done so some practice here may not go amiss. 

The added benefit to all this of course is that when you do start socialising they will know that you intend to do so as a female rather than as a male (which of course makes a it difference).  Big Grin
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#3
Hi Mike,
Why not start simple? Some femme panties, in a fabric you like or are curious about, perhaps satin, lace-trimmed, lace-panelled, bows, in different styles. Simple, and I'd be surprised if you didn't like it. As much for the feeling, as for the psychological effect, the frisson of wearing 'pretties'. May you enjoy the journey!
Know thy self, sissy.  Don't whine, don't pine, learn to expand your mind.   
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(02-09-2021, 04:41 AM)Micheallancaster Wrote: Ah Hey, I’m Mike and i’m New here. I’m just a teenage guy looking to embrace my feminine side a bit more and try new things, and I’m looking for some advice on how I can do this. Most of my hobbies are pretty manly, Yk fishing, sports and video games but I do knit once’s in a while. Any suggestions?

Hi Mike,

Have you thought about going to an adult ballet class. Sure fire place to meet females and get involved in a new activity.

It can be strenuous and work muscles you never knew existed. You can work up to wearing something feminine slowly as you get to know the girls.

Most boys/men wear shorts and t-shirt but you could start to wear tights under your shorts when the weather gets colder. Then work up to a leotard under your shorts with the tights. The possibilities are endless.

Just go as far as you want when you want.

Dancer4Fun
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(02-09-2021, 06:29 AM)Girlygirl Wrote: When your area is in a position where socialising becomes practicable making an effort to socialise with females would be advisable as you will be able to join in with them and gain so many cues about what makes us tic and how we act. 

In the meantime, you have mentioned a lot about hobbies here. One of the things which does most to make one feel feminine and which is relatively easy to get involved with is the adoption of women’s clothes. Wearing a flouncy dress or even just a skirt instead of trousers will do wonders to make you feel feminine, particularly if you have to scoop it under you when you sit down to maintain the modesty of your new lingerie    Wink  

Similarly, tights and stockings are very smooth and provide a great sensation against the legs (particularly if you shave them). Heels will help you perfect a feminine gait and there is little to get one in the mood like the sound of stilettos on hardwood. 

Some of the most feminine hobbies are based around appearance so mastering makeup will prove an important skill. Likewise, women like to get their nails done so some practice here may not go amiss. 

The added benefit to all this of course is that when you do start socialising they will know that you intend to do so as a female rather than as a male (which of course makes a it difference).  Big Grin

Honestly, I think I’m looking for something a bit less girly. I want to embrace my feminine side, but I also wanna be masculine aswell. Think along the lines of bieng a pretty guy, Yk. I also don’t think I would look feminine in a dress as I’ve got wide shoulders.
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TBF, I was writing as an enthusiastic transgender so I wasn’t expecting enthusiasm regarding the more extreme aspects. You shouldn’t be afraid to explore though whether that is from a gender neutral standpoint or fluctuating between male and female based on mood. 

Maybe start with the panties and ballet suggested by the subsequent responses?  Big Grin
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#7
A subtle way to start would be grooming. Take some cues from females there, eg. keep your skin smooth, soft and hairless. Use feminine bathing products. It's easy and non-threatening to do, fun and comfy and you can take it further step by step to a level you're comfortable with.

Similarly with taking care of your surroundings. Pay attention to household chores, but also that thing guys struggle even more with: making it personable, comfortable, stylish.. you know, put some flowers out. Have something nice to look at on the walls instead of giant TV or whatever... that kind of thing. I'm not even into feminisation that much, but I (try to) do it just because it's a nicer way of living.
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#8
Some great ideas there. Male grooming has really taken off in recent years anyway so the basis is already there - it just needs some effeminate tweaks adding  Wink
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(02-10-2021, 05:31 PM)Girlygirl Wrote: TBF, I was writing as an enthusiastic transgender so I wasn’t expecting enthusiasm regarding the more extreme aspects. You shouldn’t be afraid to explore though whether that is from a gender neutral standpoint or fluctuating between male and female based on mood. 

Maybe start with the panties and ballet suggested by the subsequent responses?  Big Grin

Even that sounds a bit difficult for me. However, in the spirit of trying new things. I’ll shave and maybe wear a dress 
Edit: I shaved my face and put on a maid dress which was nice
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#10
Micheal, it sounds like you may be more 'cross-dresser' than trans, and sub rather than sissy. You may want to get to know the difference. Have a look at Dr Z's video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nv-AmKrD...BWRFodca-A
There's nothing wrong with wanting to remain genetically male but explore one's feminine side, as a crosssdresser.
Know thy self, sissy.  Don't whine, don't pine, learn to expand your mind.   
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