Re: the rules of the game and your audition...
Author: drew ()
Date: May 28, 2018 11:41PM
....Ah, Mr. Hudson. It was you all along dressed as the school girl...
My coming out party?
Well, I'm shameless, shameless as a man can be...
- Garth Brooks
Okay, you've got me (by the suspenders, not garter). I have to admit once (once only) to having tried on my mother's dressing gown when I was thirteen or fourteen (not for the garment it was, mind you, but for the material it was fashioned from (silk)). It was soft, smooth, luxurious (it felt absolutely wonderful and naturally more than a tad bit naughty). Then I looked into a full length door mirror and saw how ridiculous I looked. It represents my one and only experience at cross-dressing. It was sufficient though, enough so I never saw need of going through the emotional distress it caused for having done so ever again.
The only other event that comes anywhere near was the time I was given a Speedo as a birthday present at a public function (a live karaoke show) and I went and changed into it and perfunctorily (being as the location was a club on an island in the middle of a lake) proceeded to dive off the dock into the water, in front of G_D and everyone present at the club (no more than twenty, twenty five people at most). The facilities at the club where this occurred were located outside the main club and was called the 'Baja Bar'. What a day!
I wasn't in the least bit ashamed either, however personally exposed I may have been. Though in my early forties at the time, I weighed only 175 and was probably in the best shape physically since at least my mid-twenties (32" waist). I got out, dried off, and sat with my friends (towel over lap; I said I wasn't ashamed, I never meant to imply not being embarrassed) through at least one margarita before changing back into my regular outfit (shorts and pocket-T). The lady who had given me the Speedo as a gag gift was much more embarrassed by my action than was I. For being such an introvert, alcohol appears to be the great un-inhibitor.