You have a secret that is holding you back.  We all do.

The story I’m about to tell you is not really about being a crossdresser, it’s not about gender, sexuality, or social issues.

It’s about freedom.

This is a story of alchemy – of transforming a liability into an asset.




Getting a run in my pantyhose really pisses me off.  I take a lot of time to find just the right pair: the right fit, the right color, the right texture.  I often order them in from Europe and take a lot of pride in making sure my legs look good.  I take a longer than ususal shower, shaving my legs meticulously until they are perfectly smooth and slippery. When I stretch the perfect pair of nylons over them, they become sensuously silky.  It’s an incredible indulgence.

I’m a 38 year old guy. I’m a father of two teenage daughters. I was born Mormon, went on a Mormon mission, was married in the Mormon temple; devout until age 29. I studied psychology in college with a specialization in Behavior Analysis. Once I realized that I would never become a professor or seminary teacher for the LDS Church,  my hobby of photography serendipitously transformed into a career. I get paid to photograph naked women and command a handsome price for it.  In the past 18 months, I have transformed myself from a relatively unknown person to a local celebrity. My strikingly gorgeous girlfriend is 11 years younger than I, and she loves it when I wear nylons and high heels.  And just because I know approximately 39.8% of you are seriously confused, I will be clear: I’m straight.

People always wonder if I’m gay or straight. It’s as if they have forgotten that gay men LIKE MEN – not feminine things, and that If I were seriously endeavoring to pick up on gay men, I’d dress the way they like men to dress: like a goddamn Abercrombie & Fitch model.  If gay men are ever attracted to me, it’s for the same reason women are attracted to me:  my attire demonstrates that I’m open minded,  that I wrote my own rule book, that I’m confident, that I’m creative. and probably have a handful of interesting stories to tell.  What’s not to like?

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Do you want to read more?  Great news, I’m writing a book!  In this book, I’ll be sharing stories about my life: going from utter secrecy & massive fear of rejection, to capitalizing on my penchant for pantyhose & heels, and creating a lifestyle on my terms that includes success, love, friends, and a bit of fame for dressing in what I once thought would damn me to a life of pitiful solitude.

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