It’s summertime, which means skimpy outfits, trips to the beach and high temperatures. Which also means hot transvestites, crossdressers and drag queens.
If you want to read stories about crossdressers so blazing that they’re almost on fire, simply read on.
Now that I’ve got you’re attention , summer seems to be the consensus worst season for crossdressing. The heat can melt your makeup, make your scalp burn under that wig, and force you to wear less clothing.
There are several reasons that crossdressers shun the sun during the summer months, instead delaying their drag until the cooler months.
Normally, summertime is when women start wearing less clothing that shows more skin in order to keep cool. That’s great, if you have the body to pull off wearing less! Many transvestites use breast forms and hip / butt padding to achieve a more feminine shape. In turn, we must wear stuff that will effectively hide this from view.
Swimming and sun-bathing is a popular summertime activity, but many crossdressers don’t have the body to fill out a bathing suit. I’ve seen some of you out there wearing bathing suits and looking good, but the reality is that the majority of crossdressers just don’t do it.
Although we’d all love to be able to pull off a natural look with little to no makeup and still look good, many of us cannot. We’ve got spots to blend, beards to conceal and eyes to highlight to draw attention away from our beards! So we layer on the makeup and then layer it on some more until we get the look we want.
Unfortunately, going outside on a hot summer day can melt all of that hard work.
Normally during the summer months you see women in ponytails and updos, trying to combat the heat. Even so, they complain about being hot because having all that extra hair makes it difficult to keep cool when outside.
Most crossdressers wear wigs, which in the summer double as heat trapping hats. Seriously, have you ever worn your wig outside on a sweltering day? You’re liable to pass out if you don’t find some air conditioned relief!
In The Closet
For those of us in the closet or self-concious about our feminine maintenance, summer is an enemy. Bare legs and arms are visible when you are wearing t-shirts and shorts. Painted nails have nowhere to hide if you’re rocking some trendy flip flops (chancletas).
Many CDs prefer the cooler months when their pants and socks can hide these things from the outside world.
So, what is your favorite season for crossdressing? Do you shun the sun or brave the high temperatures — wig, forms, padding and all? Do you take measures against the heat like skimpier clothing and less makeup?
Or do you simply take a hiatus until the cooler months to get all dressed up in drag and explore the world?
In short, are you a ‘hot’ crossdresser ?