Rainwear and Cross Dressing

All rainwear discussions in general or that do not fit into other categories.
MissRachel
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Re: Rainwear and Cross Dressing

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Hello Wet Friends,

I love to hear more thoughts on crossdressing and rainwear! I think I have read every post here three times! Something that strikes me over and over is how people do not get out. I would love to meet other CDs but they are no place to be found. I guess it is partly because I live in the middle of Texas which is not the "capital" of CDs. We have places downtown but it is so far to drive. In my township we have a few bars and I do get out as often as I can to show people I am harmless but it seems to be no effect. I was just wondering out loud :(
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MissRachel wrote: September 16th, 2020, 4:48 pm Hello Wet Friends,

I love to hear more thoughts on crossdressing and rainwear! I think I have read every post here three times! Something that strikes me over and over is how people do not get out. I would love to meet other CDs but they are no place to be found. I guess it is partly because I live in the middle of Texas which is not the "capital" of CDs. We have places downtown but it is so far to drive. In my township we have a few bars and I do get out as often as I can to show people I am harmless but it seems to be no effect. I was just wondering out loud :(
A lot of CDs in Austin, ran in to one at the thrift store the other day and we chatted briefly. I've seen a few others as well in Walmart. I don't get out dressed much, I live in a conservative neighborhood.
crossdresser, crossplayer, drag mermaid, genderfluid, femboy, hotrodder, married redhead from Texas. 8-)
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Re: Rainwear and Cross Dressing

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When I started this post I had no idea it would provoke so many responses. Your responses have made me think that I am far from alone in my desires and the world is a diverse place.
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Curiousb wrote: September 17th, 2020, 11:07 am When I started this post I had no idea it would provoke so many responses. Your responses have made me think that I am far from alone in my desires and the world is a diverse place.
Yes your short post has lead to several responses. My hope is some day to meet a portion of these people :)
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I have been so busy with work. I have gone out once dressed as a lady in my red, PROS, PVC suit in the last three months! That same day I did a "chowder run" in the black, PROS, PVC coat. I have about nine videos: some are edited and some not. I just got frustrated and published them all just to get back into posting things. Additionally I have several pictures of me in that lovely, long, blue, PVC mac at the dock. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lij9Z3bS0SE&t=105s
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Just to say the current sales are a good opportunity to pick up some PU Clothing if that takes your fancy - I got a pair of Green PU Leggings from Sainsbury's last week and can't wait to get into them with my Wellies!!
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Re: Rainwear and Cross Dressing

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Haha, just thought that since I'm a girl me mudding in jeans and plaid shirts would be cross dressing a bit! Guess I never considered that, just called it being a tomboy.

But leggings paired with wellies is a lovely combination for some mud rolling.
Beth xxx
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Well I'm sure this thread can go both ways Beth :)

As mentioned above I think leggings are just perfect for Wellies - tempted to get another pair as they're still on sale...
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Re: Rainwear and Cross Dressing

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HarlequinKing96 wrote: December 27th, 2020, 8:11 pmBut leggings paired with wellies is a lovely combination for some mud rolling.
I wear men's running tights with my Hunters when I go mud exploring, which I guess are pretty much the same as leggings. I must admit I'd love to try some wet-look leggings with my Hunters in the mud! I'm sure they're easier to clean!
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Saltmarsh_Drifter wrote: December 27th, 2020, 9:31 pm
HarlequinKing96 wrote: December 27th, 2020, 8:11 pmBut leggings paired with wellies is a lovely combination for some mud rolling.
I wear men's running tights with my Hunters when I go mud exploring, which I guess are pretty much the same as leggings. I must admit I'd love to try some wet-look leggings with my Hunters in the mud! I'm sure they're easier to clean!
That is one of the real benefits SMD as they tend to just wipe clean with a cloth if the mud is not too bad which I think is perfect for most muddy walks.
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