Oh, you'll probably want to know something about me, right?!
I'm a 34 year old male heterosexual geek with absolutely no RL social life whatsoever. But hey, when you're a chronic introvert who hates sport, pop music, clubbing and drinking (I'm a 'lightweight'), computers tend to become a social life replacement.
I've been interested in the concept of crossdressing for a while, but apart from tights, haven't plucked up the courage to buy / wear anything else...yet. Besides which, as my place is rented so may have unannnounced visits from the landlord, and my relatives are nosey (I'm not generally tidy or organised, so when they arrive to a seemingly tidy place they'll take a look through cupboards / wardrobes to see if I've really tidied up or have just shoved it out of the way!), concealing anything significant may be problematic.
If I did get the chance, I'd probably try out both adult and 'little girl' clothes.
Meanwhile, most nights when I'm not here I'll probably be hanging out at BCTS (TG fiction site) or Crystal Hall (home of Whateley Academy). Just search for my usual nickname of the letters em eye tee tee eff aitch and you'll soon find where I've been spouting random, incomprehensible gibberish for much of the past decade.
With both adult TG fiction and ABDL fiction, I definitely prefer stories without force / excessive coercion being used to get the protagonist to explore their 'other' side - too often forced fem / forced diapering is used as an enabling mechanism to total submission and slavery (especially of the kind involving use of the bodily areas normally covered by underwear). While some may enjoy that kind of story, that doesn't float my boat, except perhaps if the transformee has commited a heinous crime and it's just punishment. Although even in such cases, once the transformee has accepted their situation, I wouldn't enjoy continued slavery and would expect greater freedoms over time as they grow into their new life.
Anyway, that's enough waffle for now - except perhaps a quick explanation of the nickname. It was the title of a set of Christmas cards I once had, featuring anthropomorphised festive food having fun. I liked the punning title, so adopted it as a 'backup' nickname. So when I came here, thinking it might be prudent to use a nickname than my usual one, I chose it.