Wife and Friends
I had been wearing a bra for a number of years before my wife caught me wearing one. Instead of kicking me out, she said to me that I must want to have breasts. I decided that there was no sense to try to hide it, so I told her yes. She put me on hormones the next morning. I was in heaven. A few months later, I had noticeable growth on my chest and filled out an A cup bra completely. Then, one day she told me it was time for me to make use of my chest. She had some bi-sexual girlfriends that wanted to see my chest. It was not long before I was a maid when the girls played cards. I had to wear a bra, panties, and a nightie to serve them whatever they asked me to. By that time, I was feeling more fem than male and, much to my wife surprise, I was enjoying it very much.
— Bruce, 61
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Should You Play Hard to Get?
One of the most common pieces of dating advice you'll hear is to play hard to get in order to get the girl. So how do you show interest but not too much? Here are a few suggestions for letting her conquer you.
Myths Men and Women Believe About Each Other
Are men really from Mars and women from Venus? Or maybe this is just one of those flippant statements that has been bandied around so much, it's taken on a life of its own. There are a lot of things people tend to sigh out of frustration about the opposite sex that have taken on a mythical quality. Sweeping generalizations are nothing but harmful stereotypes that can affect your relationship, from the first moment you approach someone to your intimate time together as a couple. You don't want to use myths to blame or excuse behavior -- rather, look at the individual for whom he or she is and not as a cliché or hackneyed image. Here are the top five myths men and women tend to believe about each other: