So for the past few years I have been growing my wardrobe of baby outfits and the like. Pajamas, onesies, play outfits, training pants, etc. All of them had one common theme. They are for boys. And while gender wise I identify with a boy and don't have any appreciable desire to identify with girls, I felt the wardrobe was missing something.
A couple of months ago I ordered some pink training pants with different prints to replace some of the worn out blue printed ones I have. A little while later I wore out a onesie that I would wear primarily at night and replaced it for one with pink hearts and stars over the blue tug boat theme.
And last month, something was guiding my hand to buy an outfit that made it impossible to hide a diaper but had to be super adorable and set aside for very special occasions. I had it custom made with a diaper cover and while it is blue, it is pretty sissy. Bows and ruffles galore.
I send a selfie to a friend and he comes back "Dude, you look like a little girl, is that what you were going for?" I responded, with not really, I just really love the way it looks! He inquired about the new onesie and training pants (I wear training pants over diapers sometimes) I replied that I liked the design didn't really think that just because some things are pink it didn't make me any less of a little boy.
Now bear in mind my friend is straight and not into diapers at all but he is a realist, we've been friends for a long time and i'm very open around him, and drops this on me. "All the time you spend playing baby your always a good little boy, you never pout, get dirty, fuss or do anything little boys do. (He has two kids a boy and a girl so he speaks from experience) "Whenever I think baby and you, I see princess" "You should probably try playing the part sometime"
Interesting statement I think. I don't have a strong desire to identify with girls but do have a desire to add girly stuff to the wardrobe. Anybody else feel similar or act on the sissy thing even though they are clearly comfortable with their gender?