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    You need to talk to a therapist to help you sort out what your feeling and reason behind why you're wearing women's clothing. Is it a sexual fetish, gender identity issue or something else. You're body won't start to need womens clothing 24/7, needs and desires come from the mind. That's why you'll need a therapist to help you sort things out. I'm MtF trans and I can assure you, that unless you develop large breasts, your body won't develop the need for a bra 24/7. Even with large breasts it's debatable.

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    Actually the best way to get over the shame and embarrassment IS to wear them in public. The panties are no big deal if you have pants on. Wear a heavy shirt over the bras until you get tired of those heavy shirts (it'll happen faster than you think) I wear double cloth nighttime diapers and LOUD plastic panties under my dresses in public, and I'm a guy..

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    I have A cup size breasts because I have been taking estrogen for many years because I like having breasts and large aureoles; because estrogen shrinks my enlarged prostate which allows me to urinate normally rather than ten times during the day and six times during the night, because I like having breasts, because I don't want to get prostate cancer, and because I like having breasts

    I wear sports bras and I have seven or eight of them.

    Nike make the best sports bras IMHO.

    I no longer have fetishes, and at sixty three I'm finally what I always was in the absence of my fetishes.

    I often miss my fetishes though

    Fetishes are fun.

    The bra and lace panties fetish

    Yum!

    I get the impression that most women don't get fetishes? Or am I wrong about that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by twinky View Post
    I get the impression that most women don't get fetishes? Or am I wrong about that?
    Some do, some don't. But I don't think ladies get as many fetishes for their own undies as guys do because we're constantly exposed to them and there's really no stigma attached for a lady wearing 'the devils' panties'. XD

    There's a story that goes with that...one of my cousins snuck out and bought a pair of red silk panties with black lace because she saw them and thought that they were beautiful. Her mom didn't approve of 'sexy' undies for her teen aged daughters. My cousin would wear them and then would sneak and do a load of laundry to wash them and one day her mom was being helpful and took the stuff out of the dryer. She found the red panties and started screaming at my cousin. XD She told her "You can't wear these! THESE ARE THE DEVILS' PANTIES!" And ever since she told me that story every time I see a red silky/lacy pair of undies I start laughing about it. I guess the devil wears panties!

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    Quote Originally Posted by twinky View Post
    I get the impression that most women don't get fetishes? Or am I wrong about that?
    Not true at all... there are tons of kinky women out there, but you don't hear from them in online world as frequently as men because most online kink forums (like this one) are dominated by men and many women just don't feel comfortable discussing kinks and fetishes in a "men's space." Also the way men express kinks and fetishes is often very different from the way women do... there's usually less voyeurism in women's kink expression, for one.

    Trans women are a little different because we lived as men for part of our lives and we "get it," to an extent. But even I feel uncomfortable here and on other ABDL forums sometimes, and I wish dearly there was a femme/women's-only space to participate in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elenwen View Post
    Sorry, I probably shouldn't say that, especially here, but really, why do you guys even get these urges?.. I mean, I've never heard of any girls, who ever wanted to wear mens' things. I mean "wanted", really, as a fetish... Because otherwise I myself have quite a few things, that are sold and mens', like hoodies, shirts... But that's a bit different from you guys... I just don't get it, sorry...
    I'm sure there are lots of different reasons. For me, in high school, wearing bras and panties was an autoerotic thing. It's probably an oversimplification to put it this way, but: I wanted sex, wanted a girl in "that way," so I made myself the girl and sort of played both sides of it. It was fun, and went on for a couple of years. Pretty soon after starting college, though, I became sexually active and the bra/panty thing started fading away. The diapers didn't, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elenwen View Post
    Sorry, I probably shouldn't say that, especially here, but really, why do you guys even get these urges?.. I mean, I've never heard of any girls, who ever wanted to wear mens' things. I mean "wanted", really, as a fetish... Because otherwise I myself have quite a few things, that are sold and mens', like hoodies, shirts... But that's a bit different from you guys... I just don't get it, sorry...
    Almost every girlfriend everywhere has worn her boyfriend's shirt on a Sunday morning. Almost all professional (office) women everywhere have worn pants (trousers) to work and nobody thinks twice. I have had several girlfriends who wore a clean pair of my boxer shorts after being caught short, and they all commented how comfy they were. I even had a female friend at school borrow and wear my tuxedo. I know several women who intentionally wear spicy underwear under their office clothes, to make them feel powerful and super feminine while at work (reason given "if only they knew what I was wearing underneath....")

    As for why some men get urges to wear pretty things? Well, look at guys clothing! Flannel. Jeans. Shirt. Tie. That's it. Where's the thrill? Or, if they are like me, and want to experience those forbidden-for-men feelings of femininity, vulnerability and softness, that's one way they can do it.

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    i think there are no problems at all with buying lingerie and wearing it, everyone has a somewhat oposite sex side who knocks on a door at times.

    i'm diagnosed Genderdysphoric and and i'm a transgendered person.

    binge and purge episodes are perfectly normal i think.
    i've made a huge step, and getting self acceptance over the whole genderthing...
    i've contacted knitted knockers, for a pair of wool knockers and called a local lingerie store to get fitted with good and well fitting lingerie, this makes the experience soooo much better.
    sorry getting off topic.

    just try to feel good while wearing, and as others mentioned don't do illegal stuff

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    Quote Originally Posted by KimbaWolfNagihiko View Post
    I generally prefer men's clothes to women's. The men's section has cartoon t-shirts, the women's has blouses with necklines so low your boobs practically fall out. Not a fetish thing to me, just what I'm more comfortable wearing as a probably gay woman and a baby boy.

    I also have a bit of an urge to wear men's briefs, but I want ones with cartoon characters like they have for little boys.
    Agree, men's clothes are more comfortable to wear. It's sometimes tiring to wear clothes which are hugging you so tightly.

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