Should i tell my daughter?
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Ok, after a stressful few days i have managed to put my 16 year old daughter off the scent, she knows about my crossdressing but not about the AB stuff. She accepts that i wear womens clothes and is okish with it but i fear that she would find the fact that i like nappies and baby dresses too much to handle. Should i tell her or keep quiet? and, if so, How?
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Lavander
Why borrow trouble? Don't tell her more than she needs to know. If she finds out, be completely honest with her about it. Till then, you don't have to share everything, somethings can be private.


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sissyjj
I have recently told my sixteen year old daughter about Sissy JJ and she's cool about it. However, she lives away with her mum in England, and she has not seen me dressed yet.
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Julie
my 15 yr old knows of my feminine side she even borrows my clothes and shoes but i dont know how she would handle the whole sissy baby thing hopefully her mind is open enuf and her love strong enuf that i dont got to worry hopefully the the same hols true for U
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LilValentina82
I don't think is a good idea to tell wife and kids about anything. unless you really want to live as a woman. If you do it for fetish or a bit of fun keep it for yourself.
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diapee underskirt
im not sure which side i am on on this one....
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nekoboyorgirl
hmm on telling your teenager if possible ry to hide the factbut if you feel the need to tell her the way it is and dont try to sugercaot stuff to teens they hate it
*i had dreamt life was beauty and woke up and found out life was duty*
*it is better to be thought the fool and remain silent then to open your mouth and remove all doubt*
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Akuti
depends how you've raised her and her own personality. if you are unsure wait until she has finished high school. if she figures it out on her own be honest and informative.
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daphney0186
I would keep it to yourself. While I can understand the feeling of liberation you may get, it could also be too much for her. Why tempt fate is my opinion.
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pigeon6986
I know this is a two year old thread but I figured I'd post because I'm sure people are still looking at it.

How would you feel if you found out your dad loved scat? Your mom was really into gang bangs? Your aunt loved pleasuring herself with carrots? Now how would you feel if instead of just finding out, they came to you and told you all of it. I know I'd be kind of creeped out even though I'm no saint myself. Believe me, your kids don't want to know.
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SuzieBrave
Picture this: If you found out Your wife would wear mens underwear, would you find that in any way repulsive? or just a little bit funny? or would you mind at all? You wouldn´t leave her because of that, you just would want to understand it. Its not like she cheated on you.

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I'm going to have to disagree with the last post made, here. This is not an issue of spouse or anything like that. This is the question of sharing with your offspring. And the answer is no.

Some people here have gender identity issues that, when they transition, necessitates disclosure with family.

Others consider this part of their "bedroom life". And you never share your bedroom life with your children. It doesn't matter how old your offspring is (They could be 36 and well into their own sex life), it is never okay to share these things with them. Why?

Finding out what your parents do in the bedroom is just plain gross. Think about when you were first old enough to figure out that your parents could, and probably do, have sex? It took a long time to get over that shock, I'm sure. Even 20 years later you don't like to imagine it. Having your parents tell you that they crossdress or that sometimes "Mommy changes Daddy's diapers for fun!" brings a lot of images to mind that are harder to get over than plain old vanilla sex.

Coming out is hard, coming out to family is harder, and coming out to kids is worse. Kids have this image of parents that begins to be shattered when they're old enough to realize their parents are human. If you make it worse, by disclosing things that are really none of their business, it will really damage your relationship.

When you come out: come out because you're gay and you want them to meet your new love, come out because you're beginning to transition and you don't want them to come home from college and wonder "Who is this woman driving my dad's car and walking his dog and where did my dad disappear to?". Things like wearing diapers, using whips or going to swinger's parties are not things you need to come out to.

Now, in keeping with previous posts, I do agree that if they find something--you do need to find a way explain it that won't totally gross your kid out. But ideally, your diapers and things should be so well secured that your kids don't find it until they inherit your house.
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OopsiePanty
I'll throw in my two cents, at 16 a person might be able to begin to understand this, but with my own kids they realize I like all the stuff they do, but they are not old enough to realize that is not the norm. While they know I wear diapers to bed, they also know I was in a car accident and some other things, so while at first it was a cause for giggles when we were getting into our PJs, I have never disclosed to them the fact of my actual age, because since they view me as an adult, they listen to me very well (and well because I have treated them so well and actually listen to their problems) and I do not want to dispell my authority by telling them yet that I am also a child (even if I am more mature than they are).

On the other hand, knowing the less about your parent's sexual habits, the better probably. So to respond to the origional (and now non-active poster) you probably shouldn't tell your daughter about your diaper wearing unless she has to change in the same room as you and will hear it anyways and being a kid ask what that noise is...
A young girl's greatest fear isn't monsters, or magical threats from beyond time and space.
No, a young girl's greatest fear overshadows all of those things.

Her greatest fear is to be alone.


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joanne_s
If you were transitioning and they were likely to see you, sure but otherwise I really think it's better not to raise the subject. I mean I have no idea of what if any stuff my folks were into at night and have no inclination to know.Do you?
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OopsiePanty


 I mean I have no idea of what if any stuff my folks were into at night and have no inclination to know. Do you?  




I sure do. If nothing else my parents came to me to copy their porn for them since they didn't know how to do it...and they were not the most quiet people.

But yes, I know in extreem detail about their sexual practices, maybe as much about it as the two of them do combined since they both seemed more than willing to talk to me about it to let me play councler to each of them on their own.

I even know why they have some of the kinks they do...it's disturbing. Disturbing.

Yes, the more and more I think about it, the more these things are best left unsaid between direct family members.
A young girl's greatest fear isn't monsters, or magical threats from beyond time and space.
No, a young girl's greatest fear overshadows all of those things.

Her greatest fear is to be alone.


(Still your little Guardian Shadow, now just with wings!)
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kersentaart
Keep quiet unless you get caught out, I wouldn't want to know in your daughters situation and I understand being an AB.... parents and sexual stuff is always an ignorance is bliss thing.
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