I bought two new dresses recently =) I love my blue and grey one it’s SO CUTE!!! =D and I’ve bought a wig, and new stockings, I want to get some flats sometime… shopping is so much fun!!! And sorry for the grainy image, I totally forgot there was a night vision thingy on my camera -.-
Time to learn how to feminnize your voice finaly. Its time to speak the way you feel on the inside! Lets get started!
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Please Like & Share This Video! Vicki Vegotta is back to answer your questions! Today’s questions: I am aroused by crossdressing. Should I be worried? How do I get my girlfriend to accept my crossdressing? My parents found my mother’s clothing in my room after I was crossdressing. What should I do? What do girls really think about crossdressing? I was home alone crossdressing and my maids almost caught me. Help! How risky is it to put pictures of myself dressed as a girl on the web? I think transsexuals are disgusting, but I’m not afraid of them. Am I transphobic? I can’t tell if you’re a boy or a girl. Can I call you “it”? Leave your questions for Vicki in the comments below and she’ll answer them on the next episode of Ask Vicki. About Vicki: Vicki Vegotta is a young man from Brooklyn, New York who enjoys boxing, action movies, macking ladies, and dressing up like a woman from time to time. She also enjoys giving advice, telling it like it is, and not holding back. Vicki has been banned from most online cross-dressing communities due to the fact that she does not hold her tongue. People are afraid of Vicki and the message she has to share. Jessica is a little bit afraid to hang out with Vicki. Thank you so much for watching! Hi, I’m Jessica Who? And yea, I’m a dude! —————————————————————————————————- TWITTER – twitter.com FACEBOOK – www.facebook.com GOOGLE PLUS – gplus.to …
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Just me putting on my girl cloths ready to go shopping at the mall then go out to the bar and have a few drinks! Just having fun with the camera! Add me on facebook! Tell me if you like it Im looking for comments and veiws! www.facebook.com Also please comment and subcribe and like!
How the importance of srs and breast augmentation are no longer as strong of an priority for me! truly the most important thing at this point to me is facial feminization surgery! I love life now more than ever….but ffs will definitely give my life that much more!!!!!!
Please Subscribe!! Twitter – twitter.com Facebook – www.facebook.com For several years I’ve been bothered by the fact that some people call crossdressing disgusting, gross, repulsive, etc. This is unfair and a hurtful stereotype! jessica-who.com