- November 3rd, 2016
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I don’t get nearly enough opportunities as I would like to go out as Jennifer. Thus far, I’ve gone out as Jennifer four times: twice at BDSM events last year, once in June for photos at Pen Mar Park, and most recently, once in Washington DC on Halloween. For this most recent outing, I was really debating whether I wanted to go out as Jennifer on Halloween, because I’ve always contended that Jennifer is not a “costume” similar to the way people dress up on Halloween. This is an expression of a different side of my personality, and runs far deeper than merely dressing up. Ultimately, I decided to go for it, because I had the night off of work, and I figured that this would be as good of an opportunity as any. I went with a very close friend and play partner, and our original plan was to walk around the Tidal Basin near the National Mall, and visit the Jefferson, Roosevelt, and Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorials. The way I figured, this would be a nice, pleasant walk around the memorials, and I get some more time as Jennifer. Plus I could rock my purse, which I had not done before.
Getting down to the Mall, we decided to go into East Potomac Park to make the change. My rationale was that the somewhat remote location of the park would provide me with additional cover to make the change. However, the more remote location also meant something unexpected: critters. East Potomac Park had raccoons running through it at night. My friend even found one in the ladies’ restroom – eek! We didn’t linger in the restroom, because critters, so I ended up changing in the car, and then drove to another parking lot closer to the Jefferson Memorial. There, the hood on the zentai went up, and my transformation into Jennifer was complete. Jennifer wore a teal-colored dress with knockoff Ugg boots (“Fuggs” as I call them) from Payless. Definitely a fashion plate.