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Mary Thomas

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Feminisation doesn't have to be a sprint
« on: January 23, 2022, 11:02:58 am »
In today's instant society we have expectations that everything has to happen quickly. When it comes to feminisation of our men and boys this is not always possible and therefore potentially it might put some of us off from trying to bring about the desired changes.
Recently I have had more time to reflect on the feminisation of my husband Paul into Paula and realise it has been a slow and steady progression to a point now where I am really making significant progress. In fact he might be going full time Paula in the next few months.
By way of a little background, I married Paul some 30 years ago. I was determined to bring some female influence to our relationship so I had him wear some pretty panties on our wedding day. After all he wanted me to look sexy and attractive so why wouldn't I want the same! From there over the next few years I only bought him panties when his existing man wear needed replacing. Over the next 20 years we had our 3 children, 2 beautiful girls and a boy so Paul's feminisation had to take s back seat. He never really commented on his female underwear and after a while it became completely normal. As the girls grew up our household took on a much stronger feminine influence whereby I made all the major decisions. The girls helped me out with the washing from time to time and it wasn't long before they noticed that "Daddy wears pretty panties'. I told them Daddy supported his lovely daughters and wanted to wear pretty things as well. It's a long story but our son wanted to keep up with his older sisters so asked to be petticoated. We were all delighted to support him and whilst Paul wasn't so sure he only questioned me once about Charles's feminisation ( our son who is now Charlotte)!
So to 30 years on and the children have all grown up and moved on with their lives which now means I can turn my full time attention to creating Paula. He now wears panties, pantyhose and a training bra all the time. He paints his own toe nails each week and changes into his growing wardrobe of feminine clothing as soon as he gets in from work. His daughters fully support his transformation and even bought him some lovely makeup and application brushes for Christmas. I introduced Paula to his sister over the holiday season who just hugged him and said how proud she was of his achievements.
So the point of this story is to reassure other women who are thinking of making changes to their relationship with husband's, boyfriends or sons is go at the speed that works for you. It's important to maintain progress but give the family a chance to get used to the gynarchy. It's taken me 30 years but I am so pleased with the results - see Paul's picture
I am interested in the experience of others if you care to share

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Re: Feminisation doesn't have to be a sprint
« Reply #1 on: January 23, 2022, 12:45:06 pm »
Hello Mary,

Thanks for sharing your journey of female empowerment and the wonderful details about your family. You are correct that feminization does not need to be a sprint. Even in cases where feminization happens quickly there is still a journey that both the woman and sissy have over time. It is critically important that woman understand that feminizing males will have a significant impact on the whole family dynamic. It is lovely that you put Paula into panties right away and kept his feminization going even after kids. The way you handled the situation with your daughters was perfect with not making it a big deal that daddy wore panties. It is important early on that girls see male femininity as good and embrace the idea that males can be docile and feminine. It sounds like your son was happy to grow up in a female run household and when ready ask to be feminized.

While it fine to allow things to happen over time whether itís months or years. It is still important to have a plan. The plan is not about this is my end goal it is more about these are the milestones to work towards. Things change over time, I worked with a number of mothers who original goal was to use petticoating as a punishment and over time prefer their sons to be sweet feminine princesses and decided to put them into skirts permanently. This usually does not happen overnight and having the right support system goes a long way it making things easier.

Love the picture of Paula. When he becomes full time do you plan to jeep him as sissy or will he transition into full womanhood? Love to hear more details about your daughterís views and your sonís journey.

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Re: Feminisation doesn't have to be a sprint
« Reply #2 on: January 23, 2022, 01:35:29 pm »
Hello Chris,
Thank you for your reply. You are correct about having a milestone plan. On reflection I could have done a better job of doing this although I did have a clear idea in my head of the journey ahead. The story of my daughter's and son are going to be a feature for the blog. I know Patti is in discussions with my eldest daughter Stephanie currently but safe to say they are all incredibly supportive. The plan going forward for Paula will be to keep him as a Sissy. I love his feminine look but I think it is important that all our friends and families know he is a Sissy and not a woman. There will be subtle details that real women will be able to spot that Paula is a genetic man but at the same time be a convincing Sissy
I hope this makes sense
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Re: Feminisation doesn't have to be a sprint
« Reply #3 on: January 27, 2022, 11:15:36 pm »
Yes make perfect sense. Paula is a lucky sissy to have such a supportive wife and children. I look forward to reading more about your family in Patti's blog. A plan doesn't need to be formal just a guide to prepare yourself and sissy for the next step. It sounds like you already have a plan in place with Paula becoming a full time sissy. This is a big step in a sissy journey and no doubt you have worked hard to prepare him for this step. Thank you Mary for sharing your sissy journey and being a model of the new empowered woman.

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