Melanie and I recently joined a wonderful Meetup group (CD/TG) and went out to a club for the first time. These are some of the responses from the wonderful, caring ladies there! I’m posting them to show the world that you and your spouse can go out together all dolled up and have a blast no matter what clothing you’re wearing!
You have to be THE most wonderful wife on the planet. I am envious and will elaborate at a later date but you are special to be so proactive in your husbands life fun. Good for the both of you.
Hugs, Sherry H
It was very nice to meet you and Melanie yesterday. You are such a wonderful and understanding wife. I am sure Melanie will appreciate your effort. By the way, Melanie is really cute and I didn’t think she was a CD at all.
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It was so nice to meet you and Melanie! You are a couple little sweeties! Hope to see you again soon.
Nice to meet you an kudos to you for being there for you husband. I just joined this group myself.
I really understand what your husband feels. Though I have been dressing for 12 years, only in the last year or so have I given myself permission to be myself, and indeed permission to be happy in my self.
The SB is really missing a nucleus for TG socialization and support. There are several groups but it seems with floundering support. I do have a couple of recommendations.
The first is the Internet site www.crossdresers.com. This is a forum that is by far the best TG support on the net. You can browse it without joining, but it is worth joining too, both for you and for Melanie. There is great support there for
couples. The second recommendation is Carla in SJ (carlas.com). Carla’s salon is a one-person support organization. She is a trooper and could be called the
matriarch of TG in the south bay. She organizes a TG dinner in local restaurants about once monthly with usually about 15 people. Her salon is also a safe place.
If I can help in any way, please do not hesitate to contact me. It really troubles me that TGers struggle so much in accepting themselves and struggling in the community, and I would like to help anyone I can. I have seven teen & young adult children that are very accepting. My wife and I were married for 24 years, though we are separated now.
I do hope that you and Melanie get the support and encouragement that you are looking for.