DEAR DEIDRE: MY wife has no idea that I secretly like wearing women’s knickers and tights.
Now I’m talking to a woman on a chatline who says she accepts my cross-dressing and wants to meet.
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My wife is 33, while I’m 35 and have been wearing women’s underwear for several years.
It makes me feel happy, fulfilled and turns me on.
Sometimes I borrow my wife’s knickers while she is out. She’d be horrified if she found out and would divorce me.
One day, a few months ago, I called a sex chatline. The woman who answered was lovely.
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I told her about my fetish and she was so understanding. She even asked me if I preferred satin or lace.
Now we send each other emails and photos, while I’ve sent her lingerie as a present.
She says she’s 30 and asked me to meet her. Should I go?
DEIDRE SAYS: Beware. Meeting someone through a chatline leaves you vulnerable to scams.
Sadly, some people prey on those with secrets and make them feel they can trust them.
This woman might just be after money. If you suspect this, block her.
Although you are not physically cheating, you are betraying your wife’s trust by considering meeting another woman.
Please try talking to her instead. If she loves you, she will be understanding.
My support pack on Cross-Dressing will help you talk to her.
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