Ironic, Female Disconnect Love Turbulence Similar Grooming Fiance Women

August 7, 2013 by VernonEElwell  
Published in Women

It is better in terms of love, let the man remains a man and a woman nor. If not, will like this one pair.

Nikita Penny is a 20-year-old woman who has a lover named Shaun Mitchell. Both were engaged and planned to marry before a startling fact narrated by Shaun.

It is better in terms of love, let the man remains a man and a woman nor. If not, will like this one pair.

Nikita Penny is a 20-year-old woman who has a lover named Shaun Mitchell. Both were engaged and planned to marry before a startling fact narrated by Shaun.

The young man admitted to Nikita that he was happy to use women’s clothing. Nikita was quite surprised by it. But this woman even more surprised when his fiance look super similar to her. Shaun using a wig with the same hairdo, pink lipstick and lace stocking of materials.

With the appearance is very similar to that Nikita, Shaun says that he is a lesbian trapped in the wrong body. Of course this makes Nikita had no idea and decides to leave her lover.

“At first he told me that he was a crossdresser, I want to support it. I am open minded person. Yet when he became very similar to me, I turned to see my beloved twin sister. I want a boyfriend, not a twin brother,” she tells the reason for deciding Shaun.

Nikita could tolerate when her boyfriend happy to use women’s clothing. They even had time to go shopping together. But he could not accept when her boyfriend started to dress like a woman, even look similar to Nikita, she could not accept it.

Since breaking up with Shaun, Nikita began to leave him and all the memories in between them. He now prefers Shaun friend Matt who is better able to fill the void in his heart.

Well, today the relationship is fairly complicated. Sometimes men become sensitive as a woman or women who are so ignorant as men. But that has changed this kind of behavior is not surprising that they eventually had to split up.

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