A woman in the UK who supports her cross-dressing male partner says that when they are out they get frequently hit on by men thinking both of them are women.
Linda Bailey and Phil Walsh who now live together in Coventry, West Midlands met through TikTok when Linda came across Phil’s crossdressing videos and they started engaging on each other’s videos. After hitting it off the couple started dating and Phil later proposed to Linda.
Lina, who works in clinical diagnostics says she supports her crossdressing partner to the fullest and loves him for who he is. Linda adds that it doesn’t bother her when people assume Phil is a homosexual or trans because he likes to cross-dress.
Linda admits that Phil looks amazing as a woman and that he gets asked out a lot by men. They have encountered many experiences where men come up to them to sit with them thinking both of them are women.
Phil, who is a field technician says that he has been cross-dressing for almost 10 years and mentioned that he was always fond of feminine clothes and find them very comfortable. He joined TikTok and started posting many videos of him cross-dressing in full makeover with a wig and makeup.
Phil was really happy that he didn’t need to hide anything from the beginning from Linda and now they love getting dressed together or putting on matching pajamas at home.
The couple share wigs and make-up except for clothes because they are different sizes. Phil loves to cross-dress whenever he has time. Linda admits that Phil is better at doing make-up than her and gets asked out a lot by men because he looks amazing as a woman.
Linda claims ‘He’s just a man who cross-dresses. Any negativity doesn’t bother us. We’re both confident in who we are and that’s what matters.”.
Phil says it took him a while to work out where he fitted and know where his place was. He adds that a whole new world has been opened for him now and he says he’s not hurting anyone by crossdressing.
Phil adds ‘When I’m dressed up I feel happy and I’ve realized it’s part of me and just something I do. I want others to know they are not alone and to just be themselves.’