The key to feminising your man is to take things slowly but steadily. Men will gradually allow themselves to be feminised but are often reluctant when the change is a big one. For example moving them into wearing a skirt is a big step and can only be done gradually by increasing the femininity type of their clothing until a wearing a skirt becomes inevitable. I got him to wear knickers then gradually increased the femininity of the knickers from plain black to pretty knickers with a little skirt built in to them which covered the knicker bit. Then I replaced these knickers with a real little skirt that was very similar but without the knicker bit and asked innocently what was the difference? I gradually ramped up the time he spent in a skirt until he became used to it. I then got him into a dress by pointing out that he wears a skirt with no problem so what’s the difference with a dress and then the next stage and so on.
Now obviously in our relationship we are at the stage were my girlie husband always wears a a skirt or dress at home. So the next stage is to get her to wear a skirt or dress OUTSIDE the home. I’ve got her to meet me occasionally in the car with a skirt on but in many ways this is just an extension of the home. What I really want is for her to actually be outside the house and car in a dress or skirt. A future stage is a club where this is accepted. However this is still a big stage for my girlie. So the point is to get her outside and I’ve achieved this by taking advantage of the warmer evenings over the weekend to get her outside in a dress. We did have to wait for the light to fade and then we went out to the patio to have something to eat and drink. Our garden could be slightly overlooked if the neighbours were to look-out from their upstairs windows and we’re not quite ready for this stage yet. However on Saturday night (our girlie night) we had dinner on the patio with my girlie husband dressed properly in a yellow short dress and heels. Once it became a whole lot darker we went for a walk to the end of the garden so she could feel the air around her legs and the feel of her dress against her legs in the open air.
It’s all about getting her used to this before the next stage, a more public area. Slowly but steadily I think I’m getting there.