[In English] liberation of the soul

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Hey there, lovelies!
It’s your girl, Crossdresser Yukioko, coming at you with some seriously cute vibes!

I have composing music among my countless hobbies. How does everyone feel about composing? To me, it’s a rather ordinary activity, something I believe anyone can do easily. But it’s by no means trivial; I see it as the liberation of the soul

I’ve been writing diaries on my computer since I was 14. It’s been a reliable companion for someone like me with a not-so-great memory! However, since I started keeping diaries at the age of 14, memories from before that time are a bit hazy for me. Well, it’s only natural considering my memory isn’t the best, you know?

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Now, I may come across as a bit of a goofball, but you see, the first time I truly felt my soul set free—meaning the very first time I composed something, if my memory serves me right—was during the summer when I was around 5 years old. I was spending time at home with my dear grandma, and she gave me some delicious rice crackers. They were so incredibly tasty that I borrowed my big sister’s piano, who’s two years older, and that’s when I believe I created my very first piece, ‘The Senbei Song’!

By the way, in my life, composing music and the art of crossdressing share a sweet bond. It all started when I stumbled upon the magic of being in a band at the tender age of 14. When I hit the stage for live performances, I’d dazzle the audience in my crossdressed glory, blending the harmony of music and the grace of feminine dance moves. That’s why these two passions of mine have twirled together ever so beautifully!

My life as a crossdressing musician has been quite the journey, but when was that memorable moment when I first created an original song while dressed up instead of in my everyday clothes? I wondered if it might be written in my diary, so just a while ago, I was digging through my journal.

As a result, I managed to unearth the diary entry from the moment when I first composed music while dressed up. I’m so thrilled! According to the writings, it was on July 5th when I was 19 years old. However, what’s a bit disappointing is that the song, unfortunately, didn’t make the cut within the band and ended up being rejected. Such a pity!

As I mentioned earlier, I believe that the act of composing is a ‘liberation of the soul.’ And, I think it’s a hobby with a low level of difficulty that anyone can enjoy. In this world, there are so many songs, and each one is like a fragment of someone’s soul. When you listen with that perspective, you can find something lovely in even the simplest of melodies, can’t you? I believe the same goes for human relationships. It’s easy to find someone’s flaws, but isn’t life enriched when we find the good in them, respect it, and incorporate it as a part of our own fragments, to the extent possible? I think music must have been the one to teach me that

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