On (Kid you not) April 1st, I esd kiffing around about wearing a skirt in public with my mother and she didn't mind if I wore a skirt out. So we went to the Denver Auto show, and I wore my new "pleated plaid kilt" the one someone posted on here from the Gap. This was my first time ever wearing a skirt in public and with people around, oh and it was day.
It was amazing. First we went to the payday load guy to drop off my payment. I didn't seem to get any surprised looks or anything. Then we drove down to Denver. I have to admit I was a bit scared in Denver. After walking around a little bit, I felt better.
When I was buying food from the vender there, this big black dude, looked at me a little funny, but he was a very nice guy and didn't say anything.
So after the show we went down the street, and had sushi. Man I tell you, that was such a great day! I hope I can do it again sometime soon.
I just want to say how nice it is to have a site like this, and see that there others who brave it, sometimes everyday.
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Congratulations on making the first of many outings in a skirt. Keep doing it and you'll gain more confidence. Once you are comfortable within yourself you'll carry the skirt and virtually no-one will notice.
I don't expect you to near what some of us are already doing, but the targetted media exposure some of us are involved in will make a huge difference in the not-too-distant future.
I can vividly remember my first attempts at going out in public - I'd go for some milk at a store some distance from home and where I wouldn't be recognised.