I’ve got something special to slip in your pocket.

Now, some of you will know, Amanda – my wife’s appalling friend – often drops in to the house in Huckleberry Close unannounced. This is a source of constant irritation. Much like a shaving accident in an intimate place in preparation for wearing that ‘oh too short’ little black skirt.

She recently popped in unannounced after my morning workout, before Ali or Max could put up the defences. At the time I was wearing a silk kimono and I’d just finished shaving my legs. Sadly my wife is travelling in Scandinavia at present.

Sebastian, my personal trainer was busy in the kitchen making a Kale and ginger smoothie, with real free range organic kale. Sebastian is such a thoughtful personal trainer. He really goes above and beyond. His special recipe includes kale, ginger, and surprising a double shot of gin.

I invited Amanda into my living room, where I was sated in the Kyoto chair, a lovely piece of cherry wood furniture covered in a watered silk fabric. She looked at me and began to talk in a confidential manner.

“It’s my parts, Fiona. They’re drying up!”

“Well, none of us are getting any younger, Amanda,” I replied.

“I’m talking about my acting,” said Amanda, irritably.

“Oh, yes.  I forgot about that.”

I should point out that Amanda does some part time work getting acting parts in advertisements to supplement her income as editor of Pig And Pig Farmer Weekly. She is often the ‘Before’ part in the ‘before and after’ photographs. She has that unusual quality that is required for the part of ‘dowdy middle-aged woman’ in advertisements.

“I wondered if you could have a word with some of your people…” she said.

As you likely know I work at an advertising agency, here in Montreal. I commission advertisements for several large clients, and have a working relationship with numerous agents.

“Naturally, Amanda. I’ll see what I can do,” I said.

At that point Bernard came into the living room with three large smoothies on a tray.

“You should enjoy this, Amanda. It will lubricate you nicely,” he said mischievously and handed her the drink. I thought the choice of words a little unfortunate, though apt. Bernard is a Buddhist, of course. As you likely know, Buddhists are trained to find beauty in all things. Amanda presents a challenge.

“Oh, how healthy this looks!” she said eyeing the green liquid. “I often start the day with strawberries, and pile cream on top.”

“’Pile cream’ seems an odd choice,” I said, frowning.

“I think Amanda means she ‘she piles cream’ on top,” whispered Sebastian.

“Oh,” I said. “That does sound a little better.”

That, however, is not the main reason I’m writing to you. This week we’ve launched our Android App. Max has been a busy little beaver! You can download it here to your Android phone. We’re doing daily updates, and have a weekly feature. We also feature some of Katia Thornwood’s wonderful writing, as well as featuring five of our Little Black Book Members every week for anyone using the App.

As if you didn’t already have good reason to sign up for the Little Black Book, you can now sign up and find even more friends who are Admirers or Crossdressers (and still just $2.95 a month for CD members). If you like it, be sure to give it a positive review on the Google Playstore.

On the website this week we have a great interview from the adorable Nikki Buxton, pictured here. Nikki is a delightful crossdressing vamp you are going to love. Check it out and be sure to look at her wishlist – be generous to show your appreciation for her wonderful energy and dressing skills.

😊

Fiona

SIMPLY RED - Money's Too Tight To Mention (LIVE in Montreux Jazz Festival 2016)
The wonderful Mick Hucknall and Simply Red at The Montreux Jazz Festival in 2016, proving quality stands the test of time. Mick took a vocal stand on same sex marriage long before it was a fashionable political subject. For those who have been asking for a playlist of the music videos I use, it can be found here.
Oakley Dale is presenting a wonderful series on How To Talk To Your Partner About Crossdressing. Catch her live on Periscope or here.
Chastity Devices – Breast Forms – Wigs – Corsets

Where do you find inspiration?

One of the great things about crossdressing is the opportunity it affords us to be expressive and creative. I’ve said to many of my members that if you stick a pig in lingerie it’s still a pig. Indeed, I’ve said to my good friend Sylvester that Amanda’s best chance to get a date is if someone mistakes her for a seeing eye pig in a bar.

Many of us simply are not going to pull off the lingerie look, just as many women won’t. That doesn’t stop you looking great in a dress. It’s a matter of aiming at a goal that are attainable – which is far more satisfying than continually striving for the unachievable.

While the catwalks of Milan will be the inspiration for some, the art or music videos of a certain period will be the inspiration for others. It’s all a matter of taste.

However, today I’d like you to think about all the different places you can draw on for inspiration for crossdressing ideas. I have a few of my own that I’ll be expanding on in the coming days, but I thought this one quite fun.

Above is a picture by the British Artist, Beryl Cook. Her paintings are quite iconic and show a humor that reflects her nature.

Where do you draw your ideas from? Got any inspirational ideas you’d like to share? Email me at fdobson@zoho.com and I’ll share some of the best ones.

 

FD.

The beautiful Nikki Buxton.

Visiting my kitchen the other day was the beautiful Nikki Buxton. I will let her images speak for themselves.

I had just come in from running around in the local park, where Sylvester and his German Shepherd had been playing with his balls. I do enjoy the exercise, but when Nikki wandered in I was already quite out of breath.

The arrival of Nikki leaves everyone breathless. She is an absolute joy.

Nikki tells me she started dressing when she was about 9. Her mother had a great sense of style, and so when Nikki found some of her nylons, and a little black dress she tried them on. The experience was wonderful and her path was set.

Like many of us, Nikki’s family didn’t know anything about her delight in dressing, and she now enjoys a relationship with a kind and understanding girlfriend who helps her with her dressing.  Her girlfriend is accepting of her gender choices, and is supportive.

Nikki is very non-judgemental. She accepts others as they are and knows that while others may not be completely understanding, they have their own journey too. Her attitude is quite delightful and easy going.

I asked Nikki how she came to terms with herself crossdressing?

She replied, “I never had a hard time accepting who I am, I just thought ‘if I enjoy it so much why give myself a hard time about it  – I should just get on with it.”

“As long as I’m good with it, I don’t really need anyone else to accept it.  That’s why I don’t really want to involve others as it’s my thing.”

As we enjoyed a Kenyan free trade coffee, I asked her what advice she might have for others exploring their desire to dress.

“Just go for it,” she replied.  “Book a hotel room if you’re worried about being caught and just enjoy it to the full, it will feel like a weight has been lifted.”

What wise words! I’m hoping Nikki joins me again soon, as I just know Sebastian would like to get her in a yoga class – just the three of us!

I asked her what she might do, should she find herself trapped in an elevator

Nikki Buxton

with Donald Trump, as one naturally does in an interview like this.

Nikki turned a shade of green and commented that that wasn’t going to happen. ‘Mr. Trump’s not welcome over here.”

Nikki is a delight. She has a wishlist on Amazon. If you’d like to show your appreciation for her hard work dressing, her delightful attitude  and for presenting herself so wonderfully, visit her wishlist and send her something nice. You can do so here.

Feel free to leave a comment for Nikki below.

 

 

 

Do you know who you are?

We are all put in boxes by society, family and the wider world. Gender, once considered a fact – is now understood to be more fluid and mysterious. In this heartfelt talk Geena Rocero tells her story.

Clothes Maketh The Man, Part 18 is out!

I’m delighted to say that I’ve released Part 18 of Clothes Maketh The Man. You will need to be logged in to read it, but for those of you enjoying the ongoing story of the hapless Andrea, you can find it here. A taster is below.

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Now, let me remind you precisely where we are.  I found myself in my walk in closet, crouching down, in five inch heels. You can’t imagine how that hurts after just a few moments. Just feet from where I was, on the other side of the closet door, was Mandy (my girlfriend), who had arrived at my place and let herself in unexpectedly.

Through the louvres of the closet door I watched and my blood ran cold as I realised she was dialling my number. There by my feet were the trousers with my cell phone in the pocket.

In that moment time seemed to stand still, hanging in the air, like an unplayed note in a musical score. I held my breath

Mandy had returned from her overseas trip and I’d forgotten the date. It had crept up so suddenly and now she was back, standing in my bedroom, looking at a pale pink tee shirt and leggings that were strewn about my bedroom…

Be sure to enjoy Part 18 here.

Bringing your dressing into the workplace.

I thought I’d touch on something many people ask about.  So many of us confine our dressing to lingerie and club wear, and yet we yearn to embrace the feminine within us. This is a little like the person learning to drive practicing in a Formula 1 racing car.

There are many opportunities to enjoy a feminine presentation by adopting a somewhat androgynous look in our day to day life, or even in the workplace. So, today we’re looking at how we can bring aspects of dressing into the work place in subtle ways.

Now, if you wear a uniform at work, this may be a bit of a stretch. The same may be true if you’re working in an iron foundry. However, I’d love to see you get creative and even send in a photo or two of how you bring this one off. Remember, it’s as much about how you feel, as how you look.

Let me give you an example. If you work in an environment in which jeans is ok, try wearing a more feminine cut of jeans. Use a loose sweater with them, and you can still find yourself acceptably dressed for many workplaces.  If you were to loop a nice slim belt around your waistline, you’d have moved firmly into the realm of crossdressing – which is likely to be too much for your workplace. So, it’s a matter of finding the threshold and moving a little closer to it, to satisfy that part of you which desires to feel feminine.

If you can find an outfit that works for you, in the knowledge that if you added a wig and heels you’d look feminine, then you know you’re moving in the right direction. Personally, I love to wear a kilt now and then.  This is a great way to push the boundaries even further.  I understand that this is not going to work for everyone, however, it’s a fun way to push that threshold.

If you are using a little eye make up and a little blush now and then, this will take you even closer to that threshold. Be careful, you may not want to ‘out yourself’ by accident.

Be sure to send me a pic or two if you find you’re able to pull it off. Let me know if I can use them on the website.

😊

Fiona
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We’d like to introduce you to Hannah.

I’d like to introduce one of our favorite new friends from Germany, Hannah. Now, you may have seen her in various social media channels, but here she is dressed wonderfully, and presenting a number of selfies.

When Hannah’s selfies came through on email it was all I could do to pry them off young Max. That boy is becoming quite obsessed! I sometimes think he spends too much time alone with his computer. I think it may be affecting his health, and as I said to Julie – “he always seems so breathless after checking out the images.”

Hannah has been dressing since she was very young, and she now works in IT and is feeling like an increasingly confident young lady. Age 22, she’s developed a lovely confident look and has a fresh approach to life.

We’d love to hear more from Hannah, and will be sure to keep you updated.

Is it hard enough?

Is it hard enough?

Hi,

Now, perhaps you will remember that Sebastian is quite good with foods, and loves to make interesting offerings. You’ll remember in the spring I found him and Max teabagging in my basement a while ago. Well, as I walked into my kitchen this morning, sure enough there was Sebastian proudly displaying his wares.

“My goodness, what lovely blue veins,” I said. “And I think it’s a little harder than the last one.”

Sebastian was showing me his delightful cheese, something he’d worked on for some time. He’d tried before, but it had been far too creamy, but this blue cheese was more like Stilton. Robust and hearty, would be a good way to describe it.

He turned to me, as I was bending down to empty the dish washer, my tight leggings showing the shape of my legs, and he said quite casually, “I’d like to give you some sausage, too. Right here on the table!”

“Oh,” I said, quite flustered. “Sebastian…”

“I made it from the turkey I had left over,” he said.

“Ohhh, I see. Of course.” I felt a little flustered, my cheeks glowing a little red.

But that’s not the main reason I’m writing.

We have so many exciting developments in the works I hardly know where to start. Probably the most important is that we’ll soon be rolling out the Fiona Dobson Crossdressing App for Android. Now, I know what you’re thinking. You’re barely able to contain yourself. Well, hold on for a moment. We are anticipating being live with it in mid January.

To make sure you don’t miss out on it, though, you should register on the website, if you haven’t already, and you’re sure to hear about it. I’m doing my best to make it a free download, so you’ll be able to slip me in your pocket, secure in the knowledge I can spring into action whenever needed. You’re also going to be seeing some interesting advances on the website over the next little while.

As we go into 2018, we’re stepping our game up a little. And, if you want to get yours up a little, perhaps today would be a great day to upgrade to my Premium Program, if you haven’t already.

If you’d like some interesting bedtime reading, I’ve just posted a quick story about a young boy who gets caught crossdressing by his step sister. If you enjoy The Long Game be sure to leave a comment. It’s a quick read, but one I’m sure you’ll enjoy. Find it here.

My best wishes for the New Year. Please be sure not to party too hard, and remember not to ever drink and drive.

😊

Fiona

Be sure to have a wonderful time celebrating the arrival of the New Year. All the crew here at http://FionaDobson.com wish you the best for the coming year and will be hard at work (phrasing) bringing you the best of crossdressing entertainment. We’ve created a playlist of all the songs use din our emails – you can find it here.
The voting for our Man Of The Year closes at midnight on Dec.31st. Currently Sarah Huckabee Sanders is out in front. You can still vote here: Man Of The Year – 2017.

Step into 2018 in a Kilt!

Q: How do you wear a kilt?
A: Like you mean it!

A man in a kilt is a man and a half… Except when he’s a chick!

A man in a kilt is a man and a half… Except when he’s a chick.  Anyway, I thought I’d introduce this idea to you for 2018. Many people feel a little shy about dressing for the first time in public.  This is understandable. Putting on a kilt is a great way to ease yourself into it.

“After the first day of wearing a kilt in the office, people hardly noticed it and certainly didn’t comment on it. I now wear a kilt once a week, and if someone comments on it people are more inclined to think they’re a little odd, than  the thought that I am!”-  Rob

If you’re going to do this, you need to do it right. That means wearing suitable long black socks, a pair of black shoes (Vans do a great black canvas shoe that works well), and a plain sweater. One of my favorite ranges of kilts is provided by Sportkilt. They’ve done a great job popularizing the look. If you buy from them, be sure to let them know Fiona Dobson sent you.

All you need to do to change it up is throw on a pair of fishnets, and some eye shadow and you’re in full crossdress mode!

Description Buy it today.
The Black Watch tartan is a proud military tartan, that is not confined to any particular ‘clan’. It is both conservative and stylish.
The Wallace Tartan is a bright and flamboyant look, suitable for the younger rebelious type. Worn with a black sweater or a white shirt it can still appear smart, while retaining the bright impact of it’s youthful nature. ;
The Utility Kilt is acceptable in many workplaces and is as masculine as you wish it to be. It’s a great look if you’ve never tried it and are not confident enough to step into a more fashionable style of kilt.

Here’s the perfect pair of shoes to go with a kilt, from Vans:

The Long Game. Part 2.

I said nothing, instead staring at my feet. She sat quietly on the bed, and motioned me to sit beside her. I did so, doubtful of her good intentions, but aware that this was surely better than the beating she could so easily have resorted to.

“Now, tell me the truth. Did you do it because it feels nice?”

I continued to look at my feet, but nodded silently. I couldn’t face her.

“Well, at least we have the truth, now.”

She put her arm around my shoulders. Her body was warm and soft, and she said softly, “Michael, you’re not the first young man to put on panties. It’s ok, you know.”

Continue reading “The Long Game. Part 2.”

The Long Game. Part 1.

A young boy is caught crossdressing.

The long game.

My step sister would intentionally pose provocatively, knowing I was watching.

I was twelve years old when my step sister caught me.  I was in her room, returning her panties. She was older than me, a beautiful 19 and fully a woman. I stood in her room, guiltily holding her red silky panties.

Inside I could feel the tears welling up. I was confused, and had been taking her panties now and then, unsure why, but enjoying pulling them on and posing in front of the big mirror in my mother’s room, when the house was empty.

“I should tell your mommy, you know. It would break her heart, of course,” she said condescendingly. “You wouldn’t care about that though. Why would you care for other people’s feelings, if you think it’s ok to creep around taking their clothes.”

Continue reading “The Long Game. Part 1.”

Are you ready for your massage ;) ?

Are you ready for your massage 😉

Hi,

It’s the night before Christmas eve here in Huckleberry Close, and I have had the most extraordinary text message from Bernard. As you may know, Bernard’s health has not been good recently. Between being tazered and shot in the chest with a carrot, he’s had quite a year.

With this in mind he traveled to England for Christmas, where he has some family, and checked himself into a rather eccentric sounding health farm near something called ‘Newmarket’. He’s being treated at “The Devil’s Dyke Centre for Alternative Health.” This immediately had me thinking of a friend of mine who recently divorced her lesbian wife. As you might have guessed the divorce is not going well.

Bernard’s text read: “Hope all is well. Love to the crew. Just waiting for the nurse to give me my evening massage.   😉 “

Now, I don’t mean to be pedantic, but that smiley winkey face at the conclusion of the message did give me pause for thought. At the time SylvesterAli and I were enjoying a few glasses of eggnog while I modeled a new gown I recently treated myself to, and Ali showed us a traditional arab jalabiyyah. Needless to say, Sylvester wore his Carhartt pants, and frankly I think Ali and I looked considerably more presentable than our swarthy friend.

Amanda had joined us, ‘popping in’ as she does, not unlike a visit from the plague. We all sat around the log fire in my living room and enjoyed the winter evening.

Making conversation, Sylvester said, “I see Bernard’s started using emoji’s. I don’t think he’s quite got the hang of it yet.”

“I couldn’t agree more,” I said, showing them both the recent text. “I mean, really. What is one to make of that?”

The eggnog was fortified with substantial amounts of brandy, which neutralizes the sweetness a little, though does not reduce the calories, to Amanda’s disappointment. I’ve been making this recipe for years, and it was given to me by my grandmother.

Ali passed on the eggnog, but Amanda drank it deeply. I could tell she’d had more than is wise from her slightly slurred speech.

“Where on earth do you get this,” asked Amanda looking at her glass. “It’s so smooth!”

“Oh,” I replied modestly, “it’s just something I knocked up.”

“Rather like your first wife,” I heard her mutter under her breath.

Just then Sylvester got to his feet to refill his glass, nudged the table and Amanda’s glass toppled into her lap covering her with eggnog. She yelped like a… Well, like a startled pig, and got to her feet.

“Oh, I’m so sorry,” Sylvester gushed.

“Don’t worry, Amanda. I’ll find you something.” I said and trotted off upstairs to get her a skirt. Perhaps I could find a discarded garden tent upstairs. No, that’s a little unkind, I suppose. I looked among the clothes, and returned with something suitable.

I handed the skirt to Amanda and she disappeared to change, leaving us all enjoying the warmth of the fire.

I turned to find Sylvester texting Bernard. “Just covered Amanda’s pants with eggnog. 😊”

A text came back from Bernard a moment later – “Can’t chat, going in for colonic irrigation! 😉”

“Wow,” said Sylvester. “They really know how to have fun in England.”

With that Sylvester disappeared upstairs to the bathroom, leaving Ali and I to talk about how he and his family were enjoying their second Christmas in Canada. He told me how well his daughter had settled in at school, and how his wife had managed to find a good job in the bank. It wasn’t until ten minutes or so had passed that I realized both Sylvester and Amanda were still absent.

I glanced at the carriage clock on the mantelpiece.

“How very odd,” I said to Ali. “I wonder what could have happened to Sylvester?”

Ali turned his eyes toward the heavens, or one of the bedrooms upstairs, depending on your point of view. He had an ominous look on his face as our eyes met.

“Just how much brandy is in that stuff,” asked Ali.

“Enough.” I said. Sylvester is Italian.

I hope you are enjoying the run up to Christmas. We will be here through the holiday looking after all our friends and members. I’m thrilled to say we’ve been getting a lot of new members in to My Little Black Book. If by chance you are alone this Christmas it’s a great idea to get into My Little Black Book and message some of our other members. They’re all keen to hear from others and make new connections, and we all love to connect, however distant, at this time of year.

Merry Christmas,

😊

Fiona

How much eggnog is enough?
Chastity Devices – Breast Forms – Wigs – Corsets

I get to score tonight!

What a time of year this is. I am busy most evenings as we go toward Christmas. Tonight I’ll be scoring with the boys at the curling club. I do like to help them out when I can, and as you likely know I love to participate in team sports in Montreal.

Sebastian and Sylvester like to go curling in the winter evenings, and have in the past occupied my wife’s appalling friend, Amanda. I think they take her out of pity really. She joined a local curling team, ‘The Invincibles’. Sadly she’s unable to come to the rink anymore, since during last months team game her little group was knocked out in the semi final of the league matches, and she ended up in an altercation with the referee. She was escorted from the building after headbutting the referee, and has been asked to find another club.

Nonetheless, she’s still on my Christmas list. Regrettably my wife is travelling building an orphanage in Guatemala this month. This leaves me to keep the aweful Amanda occupied. You can see my Christmas list HERE for some Christmas ideas, if you need them. In Amanda’s case I have ordered her a copy of a travel guide book to Molvania. With luck she will emigrate. If not, a walking tour of eastern Europe’s oldest nuclear facilities is something that’s sure to bring a healthy glow to her.

You’ll see I also have a few ideas for presents for Sylvester, Bernard and the crew. I must say, since Bernard has been experiencing a few health issues this year he has become a little less social. He joined me for a glass of Bailey’s the other night and said he’s been seeing friends at his Arthritis support group all week. He said they got together and just clicked.

As I prepare for a wonderful Christmas I’ll be looking forward to messaging you from time to time. I have to tell you that I find this time of year lovely for experimenting with new clothing and a wonderful excuse for trying all sorts of new outfits. I hope you do, too!

Now, remember as we go into this season of goodwill, it’s a great time to join My Little Black Book and share messages of friendship with other CDs from around the world. You can do so here for just $2.95 a month. If you’re already a member, get those digits dancing and send a few good wishes to some random members out there, as well as the friends you’re already conversing with. We all love to get a surprise from one of our own.

Remember tonight is your last chance to vote for our Man Of The Year. So far, Sarah Huckabee Sanders is beating off all the others coming up closely behind. You can make what you will of that!

It’s going to be a fabulous holiday season, and the fun starts here. Step into Christmas in a pair of nylons and heels with me. Get it off to a good start by upgrading to Premium, if you haven’t already. Then click on the video below and enjoy the sound of a Canadian icon, Bryan Adams. The montage is something I think you’ll enjoy.

😊

Fiona

The Only Thing That Looks Good On Me...
The only way to listen to this is with the volume jacked up so high your neighbors complain. Enjoy Bryan Adams. What’s your look for the New Year? What inspires your crossdressing? Be sure to share your stories on http://FionaDobson.com.
Have you voted in our  ‘Man Of The Year’ poll? Now might be a good time to.

Some interesting Christmas ideas.

I don’t know how I’m going to squeeze it all in! All the shopping, parties, family events, and looking after so many members! Well, perhaps I should take my own advice and lubricate things with a little help from Amazon.

Here’s a few great Christmas ideas. I must say my idea of a wonderful Christmas would be for Amanda, my wife’s appalling friend, to emigrate to Molvania – though I doubt it’s likely to happen any time soon. And let’s face it, Pig And Pig Farmer would be unlikely to find another editor of her enormous caliber.

Enjoy my Christmas list and add some ideas of your own in the comments section.  FD

Who What
Sylvester, My mechanic just loves messing around in his workshop. If it’s not covered in oil and slippery to the touch, it’s just not his thing! Here’s a few ideas.
Sebastian. My personal trainer is a health nut. He’s all about vegetables, getting sweaty on the mat and working up a sweat. I hate to disappoint him. He’s going to love these yoga accessories.
Ali. Ali is often a dirty boy in my garden. He’s a wonderful gardener, but being a Syrian refugee is still getting things together here. I’m always happy to lend a hand.
Bernard. He’s a wonderful photographer and a great artist. He loves to travel with me on shoots and assignments for the advertising agency. Plenty of good ideas here. I had thought of giving him a carrot, in view of recent events but it seemed a little unkind.
Julie: She’s hard at it with our Admirer members. Always very diligent and communicative, I thought a nice little piece of technology would help her out.
Oakley and Katia. These two are easy. They love anything lacy and sexy – though Katia leans toward leather and studded.
Amanda: My wife’s appaling friend would do well to have a walking tour of Molvania. Taking in the oldest operating nuclear facility in eastern Europe, and meeting interesting people who have never visited a dentist sounds right up her street.
Everyone else! I never like to be caught off guard and find I’ve forgotten about a friends gift. With this in mind I always have a few Amazon Gift Cards about the place. Being able to pull one out and hand it to a surprise guest leaves me looking particularly generous and them feeling totally embarrassed at forgetting to bring a gift!

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