Anyhoo, nice to meet you, I am, as some of you might have guessed, a sissy. I love frilly, lacy dresses and outfits, and I'm also an AB (so, both). I'm happy with my boy clothes most of the time, in fact I dislike the clothes of older girls for being pointless and impratical. But on the other hand....Oh, pink and white dresses covered in bows and lace and frills are just so beautiful! I love them all, such girlish and feminine things that remain so even as many modern girls move away from them. Which quite happily leaves them for sissies to have all on our own!
Pretty much, sometimes I'd like to be the knight in the battle scarred armour with a sword twice my own body weight in hand and sometimes I'd much rather be the princess being held captive, dressed in an outfit that just screams delicacy and dainty effeminacy, row after row of white frills backed by a pink satin and a shiny silver tiara.
I've been lurking around here for a while but never had the courage to sign up. I have, however, recently told a friend over WoW (yes, World of Warcraft. I am also, very proudly, a nerd) about this when one of those random impulses you get when you consider telling someone a secret or when you look down from somewhere very high. This time I chose to listen to it (the secret telling one, not the very high one).
She has since been incredibly supportive and helpful, willing to talk to me about it. While she personally prefers less...elaborate or feminine dresses in blues and yellows, she has looked through images I've sent here of outfits from the Sissy Kiss Boutique and helped me chose which one I'm going to get.
Which leads me to my next (and hopefully last, this is getting a bit long) issue. While I have secretly worn dresses and other girly clothes, I've never had any of my own. But with my first job I'm saving and have decided to get my very first dress. The Mimi Satin Sissy Dress, in fact. I'd have already ordered it, but I'm saving so I can get all the additions, from panties, to lockable! Well, everything except the long sleeves. Short and puffy, that's the way to go!