|You may remember Louise from our most recent Glamour Girl Photo Contest that ended early May. She placed 2nd place in our Cougar category. What an achievement!
“I am 62 years old, married to a wonderful woman. I felt that I had a feminine side ever since I was 5 years old. My first memory of dressing was when I persuaded my mother to paint my nails at age 8. My mother did so reluctantly and my very conservative father was furious. After that I felt I couldn’t possibly show my feminine side to my parents and suppressed any activity until I was in my teens. This is when I started experimenting with makeup and occasionally wearing my mother’s clothes when no one was around.
I married and went on the have 3 wonderful children, who I adore. They must have wondered about me becoming more and more feminine over the years with the help of laser hair removal, shaped eyebrows, long nails, hrt, etc.. However, they never asked and I never had to explain anything to them. My wife is extremely tolerant and happens to adore me (as I do her). She is amazingly supportive.
Over the years I have refined my look and become quite adept at makeup and hairdressing. Although, I very occasionally get to go out with other TG friends, almost all my outings en-femme are with my wife…just the two of us. I live in a conservative city with virtually no open TG activity, so making local TG friends is difficult. The TG friends I do have live far away. However, my wife and I would typically have girls night together about once a week. We go to all mainstream places such as parks, beaches, theaters, cinemas, restaurants, concerts……..etc. We also go on cruises regularly where I would generally spend about half the cruise time en-femme.
I dress quite conservatively to blend in which, I seem to do ok. I love heels, but rarely wear them as I am 5ft 9in and don’t want to tower over other women in 4 inch heels and attract attention. I have an enormous wardrobe and also have the benefit of having a wife the same size as me…..so we often share clothes. Occasionally, men show an interest in me, not knowing that I am TG, when we go out and my wife does a good job deflecting their attention.
I am a member of Vanity Club and value my VC friendships highly. Apart from the friendships, I also love VC for the high ethical standards that are maintained for the membership and also for the hard work some tireless members do lobbying for our community.
So, there you have it. Louise seems to live a pretty great life! Most TG woman would be lucky to have such a supportive wife like, Louise. Glamour Boutique wishes you all the best in the years to come and hope to see your gorgeous face again in our contests!
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