Being able to live with out being found to be the opposite gender that you portray.
Tom, I must say passed when he did drag. Just little pinches of hair to his face really makes a difference. I donít know what it will be like as he transitions. I like dykeís bodies. I like shaven legs. Even if the women are masculine I still like them. A previous lover of mine was stone in appearance, but I still liked her body. I canít see myself caressing a body that is rough like a manís. I mean maybe I am thinking too much of a manís body. I was once given the opportunity to be a play partner of a man, but I said no. It doesnít matter if he shaved his who body including balls. I still would not enjoy it. I love sucking dildos, but real cock is something different. It is just the fact that I like womenís bodies and it doesnít matter how soft menís bodies are they will still will seem foreign to me. Maybe, if I was slightly attracted to one of the transmen on the cover of the one book that I was telling Tom about.
How could one get themselves in this mess? Yes I love him dearly but. . . . At least, his personality seems to be the same. He is still the innocent person who I fell in love with 2 years ago. And he was never much into lotion so it isnít like he is going to stop using it. It would be interesting if he started to use it. It would make his skin even softer. In the end I keep on thinking that "T" will alter his body.