We all know what happens when you try to dress up for a big event.
You end up wearing a big, floppy, furry outfit.
But what if you want to look cute and cute-ish while dressed in a more appropriate outfit?
A good friend of mine who lives in the US recently sent me a picture of her as a girl, and asked if I wanted to wear it for a photo shoot.
“No, I don’t think I can,” I said.
“I don’t really want to go out in public dressed like that, I just don’t want to be that girl.”
“But what if I did want to?” she asked.
“How would I know?”
I had no idea.
I was still unsure about my body image, about my sexual orientation, about what I was wearing, and about how I felt about the way I looked.
So I didn’t try it.
But I’m pretty sure I’ve been wearing that same outfit at least twice in the past month.
I have no idea why, but it’s been doing me no favors.
I think I’ve learned a few lessons, but I’ve probably lost too much of my self-confidence.
In fact, the first time I wore that rattley rattle, I was pretty nervous.
“Oh, I’m so embarrassed. I don