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I am taking the liberty of taking out "Jennifer's" answers here (she perfers female pronouns):
1. I live at home with my parents and I work, I really want to cross dress and find someone who truly gets me but I'm worried about being mocked etc.
2. Cross dressing helps me be the real me or Jennifer as I've come to know myself. It's like I hear her calling me to express who I really am and I love it, I need it.
3. I've never had luck with women, I'm in my early twentis now and still single but my dream would be to find a girl who will accept me and Jennifer too.
4. I think I struggle to relate to guys and I don't know exactly know enough about girls to become fully one of them. I try to talk to girls about things that I want to learn like clothes etc but I feel awkward.
6. I'm not really any good at small talk. I doubt it's to do with who I really am but I think it's just a lack of confidence perhaps.
7. I have never told anybody, too scared of the consequences. One of my parents almost caught me Cross dressing in a one piece swimsuit and called me weird and a freak. I want to be who I am but a combination of fear, no privacy and lack of free time prevents me from being the true meaning, Jennifer.
8. I have never tried anything like [using online forums] that partly down to make lack of privacy/free time. I have no idea where to look for any of that sort of thing and I doubt that only talking online will help me. I want to be able to meet people like me and get any kind of help they can. I've been a cross dresser since I was around about 11 and I'm now [in my early twenties] but I haven't been able to be that side of me in any way for about 5-6 years.
Jennifer would very much like som advice on how to cope with ther crossdreaming and social isolation.
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