Unless you have one of those husbands or partners who really does want to be a woman or a sissy or is very weak, then feminising him is going to require effort on your part. But it’s really worth it I believe.
Alice is a case in point. She enjoyed playing dressing up for bedroom games but didn’t want to be a girl full time. It was just a fun game for her. She was and is a successful professional business person with confidence and assertiveness. In addition, although slim, she is tall with broad shoulders and what you could call a chiselled masculine face. All very nice as a man but quite a challenge for me once I’d decided to feminise him.
However it has certainly been worth the effort. And if I’m honest, seeing residual masculinity in her face and body only enhances the experience and feeling of control.
There are and I believe always will be a need to continually maintain Alice’s femininity now I’ve got mostly her there. When I’m at home it’s very easy as I can control things. However I’m out at work from Monday to Friday so some ‘maintenance’ is required. One simple way I do this is by setting Alice little housewife tasks. Another simple way is by sending daily text messages asking “how is my pretty girl doing” or “Are you having a nice day Alice?” “Are you being a good girl?” or “you looked really pretty in your little skirt this morning” and so on. It’s very effective. When I get home I always make sure I tell her she’s pretty or mention her dress for example. It’s also very important to strongly associate my loving behaviour, my praise, rewards and sex with her femininity in everything I do. I buy her little presents such as new lip stick, pretty knickers, hair clips. I do things for her such as brush and style her hair or help her with her lip stick or make up. I then associate any anger and coldness with her not doing as I want and her not being feminine enough. Alice doesn’t really like conflict so I provide it if she isn’t sufficiently feminine.
The other area where I face challenges is that when we’re not alone, usually outside the home, Alice has to dress as a male. Sometimes she wears ‘unisex’ clothing but that’s not always possible. She always wears knickers of course, often a bra and usually hold up stockings under her trousers. Again it’s important to call her Alice and a girl and I use both at all times outside the home in our general conversation reverting to dear, dearie or darling when it’s not possible. As you will have read, growing her hair means she can now feel in on her neck and over her ears. I also apply perfume to her face whenever we go out and I’ve started applying a little foundation at times.
At home, regular inspection is vital to ensure that Alice is following all her feminine routines such as hair removal. To be honest though the small gradual incremental changes means that Alice has got used to being female and always wears her female clothes at home without me doing anything more besides some gentle reminders occasionally if she’s a bit slow to change. I have to revert only occasionally to being aggressive if she’s been lazy. Being a girl means being ladylike and taking great care of your appearance. She’s learning.
It’s the little things that keep it real but to all you ladies out there, you do need to keep on top of it.