Swimming At The
activity that I've always longed to do en femme is swim at the public
pool, but there are quite a few logistics involved in doing that not the
least of which is the ability to pass in a women's bathing suit from all
angles. As I result, I've never attempted the feat until day when I
finally felt I was passable enough and ready enough to go swimming at
our public pool as a girl.
The first step in swimming at the pool as a girl is buying a bathing
suit, but it couldn't be just any bathing suit; it would have to be
something that fit the situation and one that could actually accommodate
my body. As a result, I decided to find the suit I needed online because
I just didn't have the time to browse around at various stores trying to
find something that would work.
I first began my quest online, I was torn between fashion swimsuits and
aquatic fitness swimsuits. The fashion suits were so darling with cute
ruffles, polka dots, and girly cuts, but in order to pull of this
swimming feat and be passable in the process, I figured that it would be
best to wear a swimsuit designed for workouts.
First, what girl goes to the pool alone in a fashion swimsuit? If I had
someone to go with and we were going in the afternoon, a fashion suit
would have worked, but the only girls my age who go to the pool alone go
there to workout early in the morning, and so I finally decided to go
with an aquatic fitness swimsuit made by Speedo that was cut in such a
manner as to help me pass from all sides. I chose a blue flowery
swimsuit that was also kinda cute, but I could tell by the cut both in
the front and the rear that it would work for my needs.
Prior to going to the pool, I donned the suit and took pictures from all
angles, and I was satisfied that it would work for me, and so the next
hurdle I had to face was figuring out how to actually get inside the
pool area without going through the women's locker room. I have enough
confidence that I could have entered the women's locker room and quickly
made my way to the pool area, but for reasons I blogged about yesterday,
I felt that if I was going to do this, I needed to use the men's locker
room. That meant I needed to enter the facility and the locker room as a
boy and then come out on the other side as a girl.
was really no surefire path to make it out of the boys locker room
without the possibility of someone seeing me, and so I planned the event
eliminating as many possible encounters as a I could. I also needed to
carefully plan out to what extent I could transform and yet still make
it through the front doors and into the men's locker room with as little
suspicion as possible.
I first started out by wearing a pair of teal panties by Vanity Fair
just to add that extra layer of support on my bottom half. It was
critical that I continue to maintain a smooth front, and so I used
panties beneath my swimsuit to do that.
I had chosen a swimsuit with a cut that could accommodate panties
underneath, and so that hurdle was safely cleared. As for my top, the
swimsuit was tight enough that it could contain my breast forms, which
was good because I just couldn't find a fitness swimsuit cut in such a
way that it could accommodate a normal bra underneath or even a
racerback bra. I decided that it would be safest to insert my breast
forms after entering the facility and making it safely into a bathroom
stall inside the locker room.
With my swimsuit in place, I next stepped into my 4" inseam khaki
women's shorts and paired that with a gray girl's tee shirt from Old
Navy that has the white outline of a moped on the front. The tee was
definitely a girl's cut, but it was unisex enough that I didn't think
it'd arouse any suspicion. With my top and bottom in place, I next
decided to wear false eyelashes through the front door and into the
men's locker room. I did not want to have to try and apply my lashes
holding a handheld mirror in a bathroom stall, and so I took the risk of
someone noticing my false eyelashes. The final area where I was exposed
was my toes. I chose to wear my girl Nike flip-flops, which would be the
typical choice of a girl going to the pool. The only problem with the
flip-flops were my painted toes fresh off of my recent pedicure, but
that was another risk I was willing to take.
My Crossdressing Adventures
Swimming at the Public Pool
Getting A Pedicure
"Dress Off" with Wendy
Camping as a Girl
Outdoor photo shoot in my slips
Skiing as a Girl!
Paying Up with Lingerie
Lisa does sushi
Lisa gets Wicked ... Again!
Shopping at Polo Ralph Lauren
Shopping with Heidi Phox
Finding a maxi skirt at last
New Bra at Victoria's Secret
Vanity Fair Outlet and Target
Celebrating July 4th as a Girl
Going crazy at the outlets
Something Pink for Valentines
A Visit to Victoria's Secret
A Trip to the Post Office
Golfing as a Girl
Wearing Pantyhose on an Airplane
Attending the musical Wicked
21 straight days as Lisa