I’ve been a bit occupied lately so this is a belated feminised Valentine’s night post. Belated by about five weeks.
A FEMINISED VALENTINE’S NIGHT IN LONDON
We always do something very special and very feminine for Valentine’s night. Forced feminisation and FLR are forces for good in a marriage. They supplement and add a new dynamic to the whole relationship. We like to do romantic things for each other so we never miss the opportunity to dress up pretty for our Valentine’s evening. Often Alice is dressed plain; black skirt and flat shoes.We always have a meal in so I can get Alice to dress up very pretty. I look forward to a time when I can take her out in a pretty dress.
I buy pink roses for Alice, it’s what all good girls deserve. She still receives them with a face of embarrassment. It’s really time she accepted that she’s a girl in mind and manner.
We dressed up in our best clothes. Alice, of course, has to wear a pretty dress; short and feminine. I wore trousers with heels. I like to do that at times. It shows Alice who’s in charge as she is not allowed to wear trousers indoors.
We tend to cook special meals together as it’s more fun. Alice still has to serve and clear up and curtsy of course.
A FEMINISED VALENTINE’S NIGHT IN THE USA
So a few hours later there was a second feminised Valentine’s night going on. I’m sure there were more over the world but I don’t know about those. This was Cathy’s evening, my email domme friend from over the Atlantic.
Cathy had her lovely new sheath dress and sweater hanging up to show her husband what she would be wearing in the evening for their vanilla Valentine’s double-date out at a restaurant.
As he looked it over she could not resist simply saying, “Hey it’s just us right? – want to try it for yourself?” And of course he did and she snapped a cute photo of him in it. But that dress is CATHY’s , no clothes-sharing any more.
So Mike had to go out in his dinner jacket, slacks, and black bow tie, even as Cathy wore the gorgeous dress out with him and their friends.
What a tease for Mike for Valentine’s who is far more accepting of his feminisation that Alice. I imagine him looking longingly at Cathy’s dress all evening. It’s wonderful that they are the same size. I’d love to share clothes with Alice but she’s too big.
A week later they went for lunch alone. Cathy had lunch with her husband in his (her) casual work outfit. What a cute pose in skinny jeans, low boots, grey-knit top with lace bodice and matching long grey BoHo sweater on a chilly 55F wintry day. His/her hair is up in a twist and white-lacy scrunchy (matches the bodice).
Mike thinks his hands are not girly enough, but Cathy and I think they look very average-normal for an almost 60-yr old girl, right? About the same as Alice’s. I think Mike looks lovely although I don’t allow Alice to wear trousers, even female ones. I just know she would slip backwards.
If only all our friends, family, co-workers and neighbours could see our men so thoroughly enjoying being and acting so feminine like we do as their wives. One day I hope everyone can share our delight at having feminised husbands. Next time the Valentine’s nights should be out, with Mike and Alice dressed in pretty party frocks. Yes!