Lady A and her feminised husband often think a lot about why we and others enjoy ‘forced feminisation’. To start with we’re going to disagree with the term ‘forced feminisation’ since this implies that the feminisation was imposed by just one party, the female, when in fact it was certainly wanted by both. Ok the man probably didn’t realise at first, he just needed some encouragement due to his internal social and physiological rules making the idea of being feminised seem not be be the natural order of life. For this reason we prefer to call it ‘Encouraged Feminisation’.
We often discuss this and ask ourselves why? These are some of our thoughts and what we believe are the answers.
From birth our society teaches us that females have the feminine supporting role and males the macho provider and leader role. As we grow older females are taught, encouraged and shown how to dress more feminine with pretty dresses with long hair, colours such as pinks, whites and yellows. Their appearances becoming increasingly sexual as they get older.Males on the other hand are encouraged to wear plain clothes that cover them fully with colours like blues and greys. Males are taught by society to be the providers and leaders and women the supporters. Ok this has changed somewhat over the past thirty years but go to any office and you’ll see that the majority of workers are male in grey or blue suits, no flesh showing besides their faces and hands and short cropped, often military hairstyles. However, how many of the women will have dresses or skirts, legs showing through sheer stockings or tights, probably quite a lot of neck and neck line showing. Maybe some chest on show. Long or longish pretty hair, maybe some nice hair clips. If there is a role reversal in a family with the women as the provider and the man staying at home then it usually makes the society or home sections of the newspapers or there is a documentary about it on the telly. I have worked with a married couple where each has a similar senior management role but when there have been problems with their baby sitter or other domestic situations then it’s the woman who goes home to sort things out.
We know that structure has been loosened somewhat but it’s still there.
So what’s our point? Our point is that the current social structure is actually UNNATURAL. Why are men supposed to be the providers? Why are women expected to dress more provocatively for the enjoyment of men? Don’t women also like to look at men’s legs, necks and bums? And more? Why shouldn’t men be expected to dress more sexual for the benefit of women.Why shouldn’t men wear pretty dresses and skirts, stockings, pretty pink blouses? Why can’t men wear long styled hair as the norm for the benefit of women? Why is this considered wrong? I don’t think the world would stop turning. Why do men wear trousers and women dresses? No reason, these are just made up rules.
The fact is that some men do like to be in charge but then so do some women. Other men most certainly do not and neither do some women. Isn’t the natural order of life really between the Alpha men and WOMEN of the world as leaders and providers and the non Alpha men and women as the feminised supporters?
Our relationship and attraction was certainly that Lady A is an Alpha female and her husband is not. Lady A led him into the world of feminisation where it enabled him to escape from the expectations of being an Alpha leader/provider 24/7 to being a supporting housewife at home, which is indeed the more natural order. Lady A loves to see his long legs in beautiful stockings and therefore ensures he wears nice pretty short dresses and skirts. He enjoys the attention and the fact she’s attracted to his body. It’s true that our relationship also includes some discipline but that is also necessary to maintain control in a natural alpha / non-alpha relationship.
Feminisation of your menfolk is not therefore a strange fetish as some may have you believe, but a very natural order of life. Let’s hope it becomes even more common and we encourage all readers to either do it in your own relationship or if that’s not possible find someone who is your natural fit.
(We found these drawings on this post on the web but apologise as we can’t remember where from. If they are yours please let us know and we’ll reference them).