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Should you let your brother cross-dress and be one of your bridesmaids in a dress and high heels and his hair and make-up done just like the girls?

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2011-03-02 09:02:14
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The question arises, how did you wants to crossdress? If you are interested in complete girly look, then you should probably seek for you leg wax, a mini size skirt, bra - ofcourse some tissue paper to grow your breast and something girly dress. Then, you should try a heel , some makeup and pony tail if you are having a long hair. The best thing to do this is to take help from a girl friend.

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ANSWERWOW! How did you find out that bit of info? To be honest i am oldest boy in my family and i crossdress. However, still havnt got round to mentioning it to the folks =/ANSWERim also the oldest and i love to crossdress,but i only got clothes from my cousin(thongs,mini skirts,bras,blouses,hipster panties and makeup)two aunts(babydolls,bras,panties,wigs,dresses and purses)and my gfs(blouses,makeup,bras)o and my cousin also bought me some fake boobs:DANSWERIm second oldest..I don't umm crossdress but I am TG..I do crossdress if you think that way..to me its just a normal thing I do to dress to look female cause I have always felt female..and now im on HRT :)My older brother has never xdressed.Another view:Being a cross dresser has nothing to do with how many children (siblings) in the family, or in what order they are born. It is a personal preference, for which there is sometimes no explanation.It makes sense.The eldest son has a lot more pressure on him to 'be a man' than any other child. With undivided attention from his parents, and being corrected about negative boy behaviors such as fighting, being loud at an early age; it's only natural for him to be ashamed of his boy self and escape into a girl self.

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