My girlie

I like to think about things and particularly my relationship with  my girlie husband Alice. I think I need to stop using girlie husband and just call her my wife. I realise that I just want her to be a girl (with a large clitty for me to play with). I’m not sure why exactly, but I do – the girl bit not the clitty stick  bit which I do understand. She also enjoys it obviously, although is more worried about what everyone else would think if she were to be seen feminised.

I am actually not worried at all. In fact I want her to be seen but one step at a time. I have realised that I don’t want her to be a sissy man but a women, I like her to wear normal female clothes so she looks and acts like a women. In fact I am thinking of relaxing the rule that she has to always wear very short skirts to allow her to have longer skirts. Still above the knee of course, but normal female clothing. Now she’s transitioned a long way into my Alice I don’t need to accentuate things so much as before. It might help her to accept more outside showings if dressed in a more modest length skirt. In fact I think we’ll go shopping together for the ‘outside’ skirt. If Alice helps to choose it as a going outside skirt we’re that much closer to the exciting day when she walks along the street in it. (I haven’t forgotten the pierced ears either). If you look at my Pinterest page you’ll see some of the photos of former husbands that I am using as models for Alice. I am enjoying Pinterest, I wish I’d thought of it before.

About Lady Alexa

I am a writer and a believer in the immense benefits of male feminisation and female domination. My blog records my true-life experiences in these areas. I also have several novels and a non-fiction book published on Amazon about forced feminisation which you can find under my pen name Lady Alexa. I live in a quiet corner of North London with my obedient and feminised husband/housewife.
This entry was posted in femdom, feminisation, Feminization and tagged , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s