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Crossdressing in isolation can be fun, even when life’s a drag.

I know that many of my members are frustrated at being locked down, and as the days go by it can seem like there’s no end in sight. I recently listened to a BBC report from a US reporter locked down in Wuhan, who described the experience as being a psychological process not unlike the stages of grief.

There are various descriptions of this around the net, but the most common appears to suggest the following are stages of grief:

Denial – Sylvester: “This isn’t necessary!” Me: “Tell that to the people without health insurance.”

Anger – Amanda: “I’ll be buggered if I’m wearing a mask.” Me: “Please wear a mask.”

Bargaining – Sebastian: “If I socially isolate today, maybe we’ll get past this sooner.” Me: “Let’s do it.”

Depression – Auntie Kittie: “Let’s hit the wine reserves.” Me: “Yours or mine?”

Acceptance – Ali: “The garden looks nice today.” Me: “The garden looks lovely.”

I thought this a very interesting way of thinking about this. We’re just going to have to get used to this. There’s no arguing with it, and as much as some orange haired buffoon might try to push people back to work early, the health of those I love are more important to me than his profits. So, I would like to share a few things to help you get through this difficult time. These are merely the opinions of a crossdressing advertising executive, and I don’t expect the world to whole heartedly agree with me. However, you may find some of these suggestions to be of interest.

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