“I have been doing my part to help men have a positive view of women since an increasing number of women are giving negative views of women.
When I am dressed up as a female and I come across constriction workers, manual labourers, and poor men. I often buy meals for them and sit with them and eat. I once spoonfed a guy and sat very close to him. He was still respectful of me. What I am happy is I put a smile on each of their faces. Some gave me warm hugs. I did not mind that their sweat and dirt soiled clothes will affect my dress (unless its my favourite dress).
Ths all tell me that my parents brought me up as a fine young lady. What they do not see is that I come from a broken home. My dad was violent. I defended my mum, but I was thrown out of home my dad because I played hands on my dad. I could not defend my mum. I was a failure as a son. In life, I was a failure as a man. No proper job and no girlfriend. Most girls will only friendzone me. I decided not to complain about being single. I decided to put a smile on the faces of poor men.
I recount a particular young man I met. He was in depression as his girlfriend broke off with him just before Valentine’s Day. I suggested we have dinner. He said he does not have much. I told him I can pay since I earn more than him. He looked very happy as he dined with me. He gave me a rose. I felt very happy to receive something for the first time in my life. I realised why I made people happy when I gave them food and my time. What surprised me was that he paid for my dinner – $300 on this $1500 salary! He also accompanied me to my block, gave me a nice warm hug and left me there. I cannot comprehend why girls will pass him up.
I remember I once hugged an old uncle on a wheelchair and comforted him. I held him close to my chest as he began to cry when I gave him $200.
I enjoy putting a smile on a lot more men’s faces until I decided not to focus on finding a girlfriend. If by some miracle I find a lady to marry then I am blessed. Until then I will have to try to remain young with good looks. Makeup actually makes me look like a teenage girl. As long as I stay slim enough I fit in nice skirt and blouse and look pretty.”