Walter's mom had always wanted a girl. She had never told him directly, but she often dropped hints. One of those times was at Easter. She would always make him dress up as a girl. It wasn't a big deal in the early parts of his life. After all, few could tell anything was amiss. As he got older, faking the look became tougher and tougher. He rebelled in his teenage years, refusing to do it. But as he grew into adulthood, he began fantasizing about dressing up as a woman every year around Easter. It wasn't simply good enough to put on a dress; he needed to be a convincing woman while wearing it. It often took days if not weeks of prep, but each year he pulled it off without anyone suspecting he was really a man.