VIDEO: How I found my femme

It’s a new Femme on a Mission Vlog, and this time I’m telling the story of how I got comfortable in my femme identity.  (To catch up on all the other vlogs, click here.)

Did you ever try to be something you are not because you thought that’s what you were supposed to be? If so, what was your journey like to being comfortable in your own skin?

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5 Comments on “VIDEO: How I found my femme”

  1. August 2, 2011 at 10:54 pm #

    Great Vlog entry!!!! Loved hearing your story. I’ve always been very feminine for as long as I can remember. When I realized I was a lesbian I didn’t feel the need to change how I was. A lot of that came from my parents. They taught me I should always be happy with myself and not worry what others thing. I don’t need to please others (except in the bedroom ;) of course my parents didn’t tell me that LOL) It was that attitude that helped me come out to them as 16. I was nervous but realized I would have their full support which I did. I’ve always been feminine and found myself attracted to feminine females.
    Kara XOXO

    • August 3, 2011 at 12:07 am #

      Glad you liked it Kara! And your pleasing in the bedroom joke cracked me up :)

  2. August 3, 2011 at 1:13 pm #

    Oh girl, you know I feel you on this one! I’ve touched on it several times on my own blog. For so many of us, femme is a journey.

  3. August 6, 2011 at 2:15 pm #

    Great video, funnily enough I was always, always femme. From a child to now, I’ve always been very girlie. Never once had a tom boy stage (unless you count the sort of emo look every 13 year old seems to go through). I never questioned it for myself but worried i would struggle to find a fellow femme. however of course luck would have it, I am engaged to a beautiful femme :)

    M x

  4. rochelle
    August 7, 2011 at 12:45 pm #

    omg i totally went through a “since i’m gay i have to dress look it” phase when i was 16 to 18. it didnt work out because it wasnt me its so interesting to find that im not the only person that felt this way :)vgh,

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