Want to be Juliet

I've always been a pretty feminine boy. I definitely take after my mother more than my father, especially with regards to my appearance. When I was little, I would even sometimes get mistaken for a girl. Anyway, I'm currently 16 years old and a junior in high school. For my Drama class, since I'm young for my grade and (like I mentioned before) somewhat feminine, I was chosen to play Juliet for a scene of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. My school is fairly progressive, so I ended up dressing up in full costume, and on the day of (this was before Winter Break), I even wore some makeup. The thing is: now I think I want to be Juliet again? I loved feeling so quintessentially girly and kissing up to my Romeo...is that wrong?

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  • My son and his friend are in freshman year of high school. Is cute effeminate little friend and my gorgeous son did a skit in girl's clothes in seventh grade and Jamie his friend actually wore girl's panties, I know because he spent that same night at our house and there the two boy's were curled up asleep with benjie in his boy's underpants and Jamie in pretty pink lace bikinis.
    I was kind of worried and rightly so being a single father and knowing how impressionable young boys are. Three years later I was sure that the two attractive boy's were experimenting with each other. To my surprise I discovered that the cute effeminate panty wearing Jamie's been fckng the gorgeous athletic bottom of my son benji? Who'd of thunk it?

  • No, but if you dress up like juliet, you better be ready to suck some d***

  • You sound cool! Me and my friend have always been feminine boys and have dresses and panties too. We're both 15 now and like how we are.

  • Totally wrong.
    Keep your sick desires to yourself.
    It should be.Adam and Eve
    NOT
    Adam and Steve..

  • Not wrong at all. The world is waking up. Slowly but surely.

  • The world is NOT waking up , the world is becoming gradually becoming a very sick place full deviants and perverts.

  • No, it is certainly not wrong. You are a real delight and I appreciate your sharing yourself with us here. It's certainly a great thing to find one's self in the works of Shakespeare, at any age, but particularly as a young person. This could easily lead you to a life-long love ---and study --- of the classics, and maybe even a professorship, authorship and/ or a career in playwriting or acting. But even if NONE of that happens, it will surely enrich your life immeasurably, and increase your ability to reach out to and touch others. You are a joy and you have the soul and the ear of a writer. One brief caution: don't allow yourself to connect or identify too deeply with Romeo and Juliet. It's a tremendous and important play, but as you already know --- at least as well as any other person alive --- it ends badly. :)
    Thanks again, my friend, and be well.

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