Some Of Us Are Sissies, But What About Girls?

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i know a lot of guys like to cross the gender boarder and pretend that they're pretty girls in petticoats, ruffled diaper covers, and such, but what about girls? have there been any girls to boys crossovers in the *b realm? what do they consider themselves (tombabies maybe)?
just an intriguing though.
 

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Hm...I've never really heard of girls that dress like baby boys...I know of girls who act like boys, but not in the baby sense...I know there are girl sissies though...They dress up like boy sissies
 

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I've never heard of a ab girl acting/dressing like a boy. The closest would be little girl(which is the equivalent of boy sissies).
 

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No, LG is NOT equivelant to being a sissy.

Sissies and LG's are both dominated by men, which is why a real female uses GGLG, which is a Genetic Girl Little Girl.

The main difference between the two: LGs act like a little girl and want to be that little girl. Sissies act like females (whether it be a little girl or a woman) as a punishment, or humilation.

There is a great article someone wrote on it, the differences, I will get it.
 

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No, LG is NOT equivelant to being a sissy.

Sissies and LG's are both dominated by men, which is why a real female uses GGLG, which is a Genetic Girl Little Girl.

The main difference between the two: LGs act like a little girl and want to be that little girl. Sissies act like females (whether it be a little girl or a woman) as a punishment, or humilation.

There is a great article someone wrote on it, the differences, I will get it.
Hmm thanks for clearing that up i always thought lg was the sissy equivalent.
 

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lol No problem! And I thought that too, until someone told me differently. :p
 

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Mandi,I would very much like to read the article you mentioned.I am a genetic male,but I have always known that my mind,and (for lack of a better descriptive word) my very soul is really that of a girl.I have accepted the traditional definition of the word sissy in it's use to describe a man or boy who has,or displays characteristics more befitting of a woman or a girl.Perhaps this definition is out-dated in modern context.A more concise and accurate word to classify me would probably be transgendered.I am an "Adult Little Girl" or LG because this is indeed how I feel on the inside.I would most certainly choose to live my life as a little girl,all of the time,if it were possible.I think that because I was never allowed to express myself,or behave as a girl when I was actually a young child,I have been "stuck" in this childlike mind-set.Having never been allowed to experience life as a little girl,I cannot mature or "grow-up" as a young,genetic female naturally would have in the course of time.I know that the elements of being "forced" or "punished" into being a little girl are the subjects and themes of a vast number of crossdressing and BDSM literature,but I think that the being "forced" part is really just a means of denial.I think this is a way that most males who have these feminine feelings or desires protect their ego.If I am forced,or punished,to dress like or behave as a little girl,then it's not my fault;I don't have to admit or accept the fact that I like being a little girl.I am also aware that this is a sexually arousing or satisfying practise for alot of males,but this is not true for me.I do not derive any sexual pleasure from dressing and behaving as a little girl,dressing and behaving this way just feels natural and right for me.Despite having had the word "sissy" used to ridicule and insult me throughout my life,I came to accept it as a description of what I was.Maybe I need to distance myself from the word "sissy" and the connotations associated with that word,perhaps I should just use the terms "Adult Little Girl" all by themselves.By the way, the word "Adult" is only there to distinguish or emphasize the fact that I am not an actual little girl,sometimes when all you have are written (or typed) words,the obvious is hard to tell.
 

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I think the phenomenon of physical girls dressing as baby boys is less apparently simply because women have it easier deviating from their traditional given role (raising the kids, looking after the home and what not). Women high up in companies and politics isn't frowned upon and even highly encouraged these days.
So if a girl really wants to act as a guy, and do guy-stuff, she can do it everywhere in real life. There's no need to act it out in a fantasy world or to combine it with TBism/ABism.

Obviously, it's not as easy for males to shake loose the ties that come with the traditional male role (make money, protect family etc.). Female values in a male are still frowned upon mostly, so males will try to live out their desires in a fantasy world.

Besides, being a TB/AB is often about being/looking cute, and let's face it: Females not only spend more time, effort and money on their looks but are generally considered the ideal gender for cuteness/beauty. Men on the other hand should only be "handsome", which can sometimes include dirty and rough-looking. So if you aim for cute, why would a girl leave behind her natural inclination towards beauty and try to be a man?

Just my :twocents: and attempt of an explanation.

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Well I know that I am a tomboy from birth, and still like to do all of the cute things myself. He is the one that is interested in me dressing in pink and ruffles (cringe).

Though as has been touched on, it is what one feels like. However there is another factor that I am formilar with that many people tnd to forget about. There are two very different vocab. words one needs to really think about. A. Gender B. Sex these are two VERY different things. What everyone here is talking about is your gender. The way that you were raised, how people see you, what they think that you should do in that Role. This is what Peachy was saying about woman can do both, have both Roles, though only because we have fought tooth and nail, and have started making progress. Men are starting to fallow that lead and show that the Roles are flawed and they can do just as good a job.

Sex is trikier. Many people seem to think that there are two options, XX Female and XY Male. I am sorry to be the one to burst the bubble though we have far more then 2 sexes. There are 5 sexes that are most common. These are seen when one is born "ambiguous" or with both organs. Also when one is thought to me one (Boy), then later fine that their DNA shows that they are really the other (Girl). This explains to them why it is that they have always felt "wrong". Some times it is even common when this happens the Boy that was Male from the waist down later grows breast naturally.

(I know that I did not mention extra Chomasomes, I am not comfertable with the definitions of down syndrome and Sex, so if someone knows please tell me)

Once again let us give the school systems a hand for teaching something wrong because it would cause sooo many questions. But instead they just make those that are not in the chosen two groups think they are freaks, rather then being just another Sex all together.
 

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your right there are conditions regarding amounts of sex chromosomes...interestingly... thees a condion based on having XXY chromosomes (3 allup) interesting even more... that its apparently characterised by traits that are.. considered feminine.. mybe that wll provide an explinaton for TG persons.. (possibly)
 

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I am glad there are a fw people out there that did not stick only with the poor info that we call Halth class. :)
 
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Uhhh there is such thing as butch lesbians, everyone....haha. They always wear guys clothing. I am sure there are some here. In fact one has even admitted it in her posts. Except I won't name any names even though she already put it out there.
 

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This has probably already been said, but being a sissy or an LG (one thing about the difference, since it's been mentioned: I think (no way to be 100%) that a sissy is somebody who pictures themselves as a male who is dressed as a female, and a LG pictures themselves as a little girl. So sissies are usually in it for the humiliation or submissive side, whereas LGs aren't, because they picture themselves as little girls, not boys made to dress like girls. It's all about the self-image. Although the term Sissy tends to be used to also mean both Sissies and LGs, an umbrella term.) is about either:

Humiliation or being cute.
A girl dressing as a boy isn't humiliating, because it's quite common for that to happen anyway.
And girl stuff is cuter than boy stuff. :p

So I doubt there are many girls who dress like little boys, because society says that girls are cuter, and says that girls in boys clothes isn't degrading.

Although thinking about it, I think seeing a cute girl dressed up as a toddler boy, wearing blue boyish clothing and all that, would be really quite cute. :p
 

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Yeah, being a sissy, is all about being humiliated, I think. So, being a boy isn't really humiliating for a girl. Pretty much, what Charlie F said.

There are some FTM (Female-to-Male) transsexuals, that'd probably enjoy being a little boy more than a little girl, however.
 

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I knew a hospital clown whose clown persona was a 5 year old boy, despite the fact she was a girl. She was a very interesting clown to watch.

But yes, I certainly think its possible.
 

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A. Gender B. Sex these are two VERY different things.
Thanks for bringing that up, LuvsGurl; not many people (that I've met) understand--or even know about--the distinction between gender & sex. A favorite (albeit simplistic) saying: gender is between your ears, and sex is between your legs. And one does not necessarily determine the other.

There are some FTM (Female-to-Male) transsexuals, that'd probably enjoy being a little boy more than a little girl, however.
Great observation, Maverick... and hella true, at least in my case. I've been a *B since the age of 3... but it wasn't 'til 11 that the urge to go back to being a child really intensified--just to stop (or, rather, temporarily escape) the hellish reality of going through the wrong puberty. And yeah, I do dress in blue and like Spiderman, bulldozers & other construction equipment (especially in the sandbox), and playing with legos, K'nex, and cars... But those are all things I liked/did when I really was a little kid, anyways.

Besides, being a TB/AB is often about being/looking cute, and let's face it: Females... ...are generally considered the ideal gender for cuteness/beauty.
True, true... and I will admit that right now, physically, I make a better AB for my lack of any real body/facial hair or angular physique... instead, I'm baby-faced and have peach fuzz :frown:. But these small benefits I have when trying to be cute in diapers are hardly worth going through life with an incongruous mind & body. So bring on the second (correct) puberty :D.

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As I already said in a thread about Sex, it might be linked with the fact that we subconsciously think of women as inferior, which can be explained by many reasons. For example, we all learn about feminists and the fact that women WERE considered inferior until relatively recently, and that they didn't have as many rights as men. This may cause us to subconsciously think about the "inferiority" of women without truly believing it (that would be sexist and silly). There's also the fact that men are more aggressive and virile in nature than women, which is considered superior. Women are generally more submissive, therefore telling our subconscious that they are inferior. No offense meant to women.

There's also the fact that women in men's clothing is considered normal, and more aggressive and direct women are more often considered sexy than tomboy-ish. Women are naturally considered "cute" and "pretty", or at least stereotypically. Hairy men are NOT cute, nor are they pretty. At least not usually. They can be virile, manly, gentlemen, sexy, but cute is exclusive to women.

One more thing. As a child, I'm sure that you've considered girls to be inferior because they were weaker, because they didn't play video games well, because they didn't like cars, or something similar (if you're a guy). I'm talking about stereotypes here, so this may or may not apply to you. Anyways, kids have a very limited logic and they learn the basics of living using this logic. When you strongly believe that girls are weaker and therefore inferior for so much time, you eventually keep thinking about it subconsciously, while knowing that women are as valuable as men.

There must be a lot of other reasons, but I feel that the three I explained in the previous paragraphs may be part of the fact that some men like to be embarrassed by wearing women's clothing and act like a little girl.


No offense meant to women, but that's my opinion. I don't believe in the inferiority of women, or at least not consciously, and anyone who does is mistaken, sick, childish, immature or ignorant, but our subconscious can contradict what we truly believe.
 
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