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April 5, 2020 Posting
« on: May 02, 2020, 12:19:33 pm »
      To start this new section off, I am referencing part of the post from April 5, 2020.  This is a Quote from the PDQ Website, posted by Cheryl, a Sales Woman, and her observances of mothers and grandmothers purchasing feminine clothing for their sons and grandsons.  The part of this post is a reference to a Progressive School.  Was wondering what the thoughts from our members are, and if others have had any experience with schools like this.

Anyway, what the two moms also told me was that they wanted Dana to experience the whole “spectrum” of gender identities so that Dana could eventually decide for himself on his gender. But what maybe was most interesting about this is that the moms had been homeschooling Dana, but had very recently enrolled him in a very small, private, very progressive, school, where the philosophy of the school matched their views on gender. What that meant, in part, was that all of the “boy bodied” students were taught that anything masculine or boyish is bad, and had to spend half of each month wearing the kinds of clothes that we generally think of as girls clothes. And so, the three of them were shopping for some appropriate clothes for him for school: panties, skirts, blouses, dresses, and girl’s sweaters. A bit surprisingly, I think, Dana wasn’t too pleased with this, and a couple of times said that he would rather wear boys clothes and that he was a boy, not a girl. Needless to say, Dana’s moms were pretty direct in admonishing him when he said that. They rather sternly reminded him that “There’s no such thing as boys and girls. There’s just some people who are more boyish and some who are more girlish, and he might end up as either one or somewhere in the middle.” But they also made it very clear to him that he would be leaving the store wearing some of the clothes they were buying and would be wearing those clothes to school that week. When they left, Dana was wearing some new panties, pink tights, a red skirt, and a very frilly white blouse that buttoned up in back, and had a pink ribbon in his hair. In other words, he then looked completely like a girl.
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Re: April 5, 2020 Posting
« Reply #1 on: May 02, 2020, 08:00:32 pm »
Love it, I had the pleasure of providing guidance and on many occasions accompany mothers in purchasing their brat's first dress. For a boy his first dress is a big moment, they are scared and frighten wearing "boy clothes" is very different than a dress and tights. Dana's mothers did the right thing we being firm it's important for a mother or in this case mothers to have a plan and a clear set of goals. I do hope his mothers decided it best to keep Dana in dresses fulltime, it will make it easier for him to accept femininity.

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Re: April 5, 2020 Posting
« Reply #2 on: May 02, 2020, 08:46:36 pm »
     It is very interesting to see the Women taking their son into a store, and purchasing the feminine wardrobe.  Dana apparently did not like what was happening, oh how envious I am of him.  At that age, that would have been a Dream come True for me, but he did not appreciate what was happening.
     What I am most curious about on this School is If the boys are Required to dress as "traditional Girls" for half of each month,  then are the Girls Required to dress as "Traditional boys" for that same half month?  For me, that would have been "Utopia"!   Especially if the Girls were "Tomboys"!  That has always been my "Fantasy"....to be dressed up in the Cutest dresses that zipped up in the back with tights and heels with open toes showing my painted toenails through my nylons, my hair in a feminine fashion, makeup, earrings, a ribbon in my hair and a cute little purse, while the Tomboys would be dressed in jeans, jerseys, sweat socks and sneakers, sporting shortly cropped hair!!!   "Heaven'!!!!
     If these Private schools are providing this, that would be wonderful.  What would also be interesting is knowing what the curriculum would be.  Would their be Home Ec classes for the boys?  Wood Shop classes for the Girls.  For gym class, would the boys be doing Dance, in leotards and tights, while the Girls were playing football, basketball, baseball and such?

     I know I have so many Questions, and my imagination is running wild!   What a Great School this would be for a boy like me....If only I was 50 years younger!!!!  LOL
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Re: April 5, 2020 Posting
« Reply #3 on: May 02, 2020, 09:24:41 pm »
      What I am most curious about on this School is If the boys are Required to dress as "traditional Girls" for half of each month,  then are the Girls Required to dress as "Traditional boys" for that same half month?  For me, that would have been "Utopia"!   

Yes, this is how real gender role reversal should be.  ;)
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« Reply #4 on: May 20, 2020, 08:10:22 am »
     It is very interesting to see the Women taking their son into a store, and purchasing the feminine wardrobe.  Dana apparently did not like what was happening, oh how envious I am of him.  At that age, that would have been a Dream come True for me, but he did not appreciate what was happening.
     What I am most curious about on this School is If the boys are Required to dress as "traditional Girls" for half of each month,  then are the Girls Required to dress as "Traditional boys" for that same half month?  For me, that would have been "Utopia"!   Especially if the Girls were "Tomboys"!  That has always been my "Fantasy"....to be dressed up in the Cutest dresses that zipped up in the back with tights and heels with open toes showing my painted toenails through my nylons, my hair in a feminine fashion, makeup, earrings, a ribbon in my hair and a cute little purse, while the Tomboys would be dressed in jeans, jerseys, sweat socks and sneakers, sporting shortly cropped hair!!!   "Heaven'!!!!
     If these Private schools are providing this, that would be wonderful.  What would also be interesting is knowing what the curriculum would be.  Would their be Home Ec classes for the boys?  Wood Shop classes for the Girls.  For gym class, would the boys be doing Dance, in leotards and tights, while the Girls were playing football, basketball, baseball and such?

     I know I have so many Questions, and my imagination is running wild!   What a Great School this would be for a boy like me....If only I was 50 years younger!!!!  LOL

And Patti.... wouldn't it be SO interesting to see after it eventually develops to be seen that ONLY the Female empowered and malette dainty and diminutive behavioral constructs are the TRUE NATURAL NORM  for the Female and male sexes-- and so shall never revert to past error!!!!

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Re: April 5, 2020 Posting
« Reply #5 on: May 26, 2020, 07:31:50 pm »
It is so interesting to see mothers like this feminizing their sons.  In Sweden, we have had some photos documenting what Feminist Women are doing there.  It would surely be fascinating to know if some of these private Schools are here in the U.S.  Many of us on this Board would surely like to see this happening!
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Re: April 5, 2020 Posting
« Reply #6 on: June 05, 2020, 01:35:34 am »
I think that school would be so wonderful to attend. I wish I had to be at such a school when I was younger. Boys could learn that feminity is not bad, it´s good for their behaviour and maybe later in life these boys would become sweet housewifes or when they want to go into the workforce, male secretaries (I have enclosed one of my self made covers for such a world).
The world would be a better place and maybe there were no more wars with boys being more feminine.

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Re: April 5, 2020 Posting
« Reply #7 on: June 05, 2020, 06:04:06 am »
Love it, I had the pleasure of providing guidance and on many occasions accompany mothers in purchasing their brat's first dress. For a boy his first dress is a big moment, they are scared and frighten wearing "boy clothes" is very different than a dress and tights. Dana's mothers did the right thing we being firm it's important for a mother or in this case mothers to have a plan and a clear set of goals. I do hope his mothers decided it best to keep Dana in dresses fulltime, it will make it easier for him to accept femininity.


I would love to read some of this guidance, or even how the topic of conversation came up, I know this sounds like some cheap titillation, but i'm genuinely curious.

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Re: April 5, 2020 Posting
« Reply #8 on: June 05, 2020, 06:51:26 pm »
I think that school would be so wonderful to attend. I wish I had to be at such a school when I was younger. Boys could learn that feminity is not bad, it´s good for their behaviour and maybe later in life these boys would become sweet housewifes or when they want to go into the workforce, male secretaries (I have enclosed one of my self made covers for such a world).
The world would be a better place and maybe there were no more wars with boys being more feminine.

Hi Marie!

     I did not realize that these were your Covers.  I have always Admired these. but did not know who made them.  THANK YOU so much for posting this.  PLEASE, post more as you feel they are appropriate!
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« Reply #9 on: June 22, 2020, 02:56:06 pm »
I think that school would be so wonderful to attend. I wish I had to be at such a school when I was younger. Boys could learn that feminity is not bad, it´s good for their behaviour and maybe later in life these boys would become sweet housewifes or when they want to go into the workforce, male secretaries (I have enclosed one of my self made covers for such a world).
The world would be a better place and maybe there were no more wars with boys being more feminine.

Hi Marie!

     I did not realize that these were your Covers.  I have always Admired these. but did not know who made them.  THANK YOU so much for posting this.  PLEASE, post more as you feel they are appropriate!


YES Marie... although these magazines may not be based upon today's actual situations... they just may spur the imagination and resolve of Superior Women to establish them as TOMORROW'S REALITY!!!!

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« Reply #10 on: July 30, 2020, 03:16:32 pm »
There are a few photoshopped images in the blog post.  Would be nice to avoid these fake images and only use images of real feminized boys and men.  Fake images don't help the cause as they are just a fantasy and not reality.  We need to push reality out so people know that there are real males that are becoming feminine and being supported as such.
This is a good point. It's not that hard to spot photoshopped images so why fill up space in the blog with this nonsense? Putting a boy's head on an otherwise female image does no good for what the blog is trying to convey. Keep it real! 

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« Reply #11 on: July 31, 2020, 07:39:39 pm »
Several years ago, I read a post on an old Voy forum from a woman who worked as a hairdresser and was quite astounded at the number of moms who brought their sons in to have them given feminine haircuts.  Some got mani/pedi work at the salon as well.  Of course the number grew as Halloween approached, but some moms were clearly interested in having feminine sons year round, and sometimes smirked or gave ridiculous excuses like "he lost a bet" or "he is acting in a play" to justify the work. She did it all enthusiastically and flattered the boys with compliments as a way of encouraging them.

In a similar context, here is a post I put on PDQ a while back as well.

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Back in the 1970s, some of the larger "girlee" magazines published small, 5X7 pulp paper erotic fiction supplements. The most popular was "Forum", but there were others including "Variations" and "Letters". I chanced upon one that had a story I found quite remarkable.

The story was written by a dominant woman raising a son named Freddie as a single mom. She belonged to a separatist group of women who were committed to living without male influence. This group started a school that was committed to raising assertive, successful, professional women and boys who would support them.

The teachers and all staff were female. Girls outnumbered boys two to one. The students all wore the same uniform - a jumper with blouse, crosstie, tights, and mary janes. Boys were required to take cooking, sewing, and dancing classes, while the girls were required to take math, science, and other technical classes.

Discipline for the boys was very strict and included corporal punishment and various forms of humiliation, but most staff looked the other way if a girl misbehaved. The girls were subtly encouraged to act superior to, and tease, the boys.

The boys were required to wear a leather thong, called a "retainer", that encased the genitals and zipped up tightly between the legs, and locked. This was both to suppress erections and prevent any form of sexual expression or abuse. Female monitors were posted in the restrooms and showers to ensure that no **** or homosexual activity occurred when retainers were off. For any sort of school-sanctioned event, boys were "sandwiched". They were not allowed unless accompanied by two or more women at any time.

When it came time for Freddie to graduate, his mom also gave him away. He was put in a wedding dress and married to one of his fellow female students. His mom and mother-in-law raised his dress while his wife slipped a wedding ring around his ****. His mom then locked him up in his retainer and handed the key to his wife.

What I found most remarkable about this story was that it was published in a mainstream publication, available at any newsstand or corner store that sold magazines. Quite an eye-opener to me as a young man, that others shared my deference to powerful women and wanted to be feminized and surrounded by strong women.


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