Good morning everyone! Just responding to a couple quick comments today.
ReaderMan says: “What type of clothing do you like to wear when off duty and when you go outside?”
Hi ReaderMan. I didn’t mean to ignore the second half of your question, but believe it or not that is more personal than the first part of your question. But I did go “Ask me anything.” and I won’t back down from that.
When I’m off duty I tend to wear underwear and sweats. Comfort, comfort, comfort. And while my breasts are not the largest they need a good bra. After a long day in uniform my girls need a home.
Outside the house I got in the habit of tight shirts and overalls. Tight knit sweaters or cotton baseball t-shirts, anything with 3/4 sleeves. And overalls, both long pant and short varieties depending on the season. Throw on some sneakers and a baseball cap and I’m good to go.
This particular type of ensemble I got into on my first contract and I kind of kept it going. Since the only thing holding up the overalls is the snaps I can get naked in less than three seconds. I don’t just talk efficiency, I live it. LOL.
Since someone will probably ask, as my second contract was 24/7 and I lived at the workplace I was only permitted a small amount of space for personal items, a little bigger than a shoe box. So while I lived out in San Francisco I didn’t actually own any clothes.
At my current contract I’m around Atlanta, Georgia and while it is much warmer than San Francisco the culture is far more conservative. On my way to-and-from work I wear a business suit and jewelry, which is fine as I’m a DDE Certified Trainer now. On my own time however it is back to tight shirts and overalls.
arthwys says: Dear Six,
“thank you very much for your detailed and very vivid answer!
“Well doubtlessly, it was a very tough day for you. But that you made it through shows that as a Mailgirl it is not enough just to be beautiful (which is obviously necessary), but one has to be very strong mentally. Otherwise, I don’t think anyone can work in such a job. I mean being naked amongst fully clothed people makes a girl feel very vulnerable; so one needs to have a strong personality.
“Additionally, I guess there must have been quite some pressure on you, being the only Mailgirl in the pilot program. If you had not done a good job, the program would have been cancelled. But I assume, that at least all the male employees supported you to make the pilot program a success…
“Thanks again for your very insightful blog!”
Thank you for your comments arthwys. There are a couple of things here I would like to touch on:
Mental strength is incredibly important for a Mailgirl. You have to have strong will, professionalism, and a dedication for the job. I’ve seen some girls wash out of the program in sobbing heaps, it’s a sad sight when it happens. You have to get strong or the pressure will roll over you.
In some ways the pilot program experience was incredibly liberating. There was less pressure on me because there was no other examples running around. For the office workers they had no expectations as I was the only Mailgirl they had ever seen that wasn’t on TV or the internet. All we had to go on was what was in the manuals and what we made up, so it was actually less pressure on me than my second or third companies which had already developed a Mailgirl culture.
When it comes to male employees you would be surprised how indifferent most of them are. A lot are married and even if they are looking don’t want to be seen as doing so. This means publicly I don’t get much support from most of them, the unmarried men however have their own agendas.
I actually get more feedback, positive and negative, from women. A lot of them see me as a threat, a sideshow, somehow reductive of a woman’s place in the workplace. Others are jealous about how I’m being paid to embrace my natural beauty and sexuality. But some see me how I see myself, as a useful part of the corporate machine that makes the office run smoother, enhances ambiance and camaraderie.
Eventually they see me accidentally orgasm and their opinion changes.
That’s enough for today. I got a busy day ahead and have to get going. Keep the questions and comments coming and remember; health and efficiency matters!