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Weekend trip crossdressed: lunch and departure!

After the visit to the “Kunstmuseum” on Sunday morning, Franziska was about to look for a restaurant to have lunch, when she heard a very familiar and very attractive sound (“Lieblingsger√§usch” is how my wife calls it) coming from the museum caf√©: the popping of a champagne bottle. Magically attracted, Franziska turned around on her heel to check it out. Italian lunch – just a salad of course – and a glass of white wine, sitting outside in Stuttgart, somewhere between the “Kunstmuseum” and hotel (to pick up her luggage). On the train back to Frankfurt – before I remembered that I am to wear a face mask. I tend to wear two necklaces at once, a short one – often with a little heart as a pendant – and a long one. In this case, the pendant of the short necklace says “Franzi,” accompanied by a pink stone, which I really love. I sometimes even wear this in male mode under my shirt. This concludes the documentation of Franziska’s first ever weekend trip en femme. By the time of posting this,

Weekend trip crossdressed: playing with the arts!

Still at “Kunstmuseum Stuttgart” and in Tobias Rehberger’s exhibition >>I do if I don’t<<. Imagine a large screen, a projector, and some controls. When you enter the space between projector and screen and stand still for a second or two, the shadow you create is frozen onto the screen. You move on – in this case from left to right and towards the screen – and repeat. This is how the image below of Franziska’s shadows was created. After a certain time has passed (let’s say 30 seconds), the shadows start to fade in the same sequence as they were created - you fade away (take this as a metaphor if you wish). This is how you become part of a temporary work of art. And if you take photographs of it, it becomes eternal. Fantastic, isn’t it? As much as I enjoy crossdressing, it does not qualify as paradise – for me that is. That may be very different for others in the greater community. Nonetheless, I like this image and the message. The picture was taken by an unsuspecting Korean