Professional Validation | How Dr. Allen Cured Me of Wasting Money on Women’s Clothing

Are you a teenage boy seeking validation of your feelings through sexual reassignment surgery?  When I was I kid I used to pretend I was a girl. My whole life I have worn women’s jeans because they fit my androgenous body better. Take it from me, the only girl you are ever going to be is inside your own pretty little head.

Boy girl

I’m glad my society wasn’t handing out easy sex change surgery when I was young. Think of how much time and money you will save if you don’t have to buy girl stuff anymore. Just be a girl in your own brain. Why limit yourself by choosing one gender? Why not be a limitless genderless divine energy source? 

Cross dress naked

The only true femininity you are ever going to find is within yourself. Feminine is free flowing energy waiting to be plowed into submission by the divine masculine. Having boobs and wearing sexy clothes don’t make the woman. Shoes make the woman. My skinny size 9 feet look so good in women’s shoes it is shocking. Only when I no longer needed social or sexual validation from the outside world or my own preconditioned mind was I free to be my true androgynous self. Now my androgyny is sacred to me. It is such a gift to be free of my obsession with women’s fashion. For a man to experience the sacred feminine you don’t need props, you need meditation.

Gender meditation

If you cut your dick off and become a girl, that will not solve all of your problems because you will still have the same brain. Why not just be who you are inside your head?

Why buy into the whole “girl” thing anyway? Why not make up your own hybrid gender? I used to want to be a girl. I’m glad I never got a sex change because I probably would have changed back and forth from boy to girl.

Medical Validation

When my gynecologist Dr. Paul Allen gave me his permission and validation to wear my little black dress and “fuck me” pumps, I no longer needed to dress up like that. When a real medical doctor wanted to take a picture of me in my dress to use to promote his own sexual and social success, I was cured of my need to wear women’s clothes and shoes. By allowing me to be a girl, I no longer needed to be a girl.  That was one of my major healings. By wearing a dress and becoming a girl I was cured of all that.

By Dean McAdams

Born a poor peckerwood in a Tujunga holler, Dean overeducated himself beyond his social station to end up a retired paralegal in the coastal paradise of West L.A.