cross-dress

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cross-dress

To dress in clothing worn by members of the opposite sex.
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The cross-dresser has little, if any, investment in the feminine role or female identity.
A saleswoman had to call the police to end the dispute, and the cross-dresser was eventually apprehended.
Your could also try talking to other cross-dressers.
Many cross-dressers are nervous of telling others for fear of being shunned or ridiculed.
In a nutshell: Neil Jordan gives us another cross-dresser, this time aiming more for whimsy than surprise.
Mr Everett said Williams admitted he had been a cross-dresser since he was young and wore women's clothes while driving.
Normal is a quick and engaging read, comprised of three distinct essays on the topics of female-to-male transsexuals, heterosexual male cross-dressers, and intersexed people.
But he's a cross-dresser who turns up at the ceremony as a glamorous-looking guest.
Dress Codes" consisted of visual art, video, film, performance and educational programs (which included makeup seminars for male cross-dressers and an all day "Drag King" workshop for female-to-male cross-dressers led by performance artist Dianne Torr), a cross-dressing reading room, and three Saturday evenings of "Fear and Clothing" theater.
And the cross-dresser admitted he was humiliated when Jordan told the nation about his female alter ego Roxanne.
Cross-dresser Pete, 24, was curled up in a ball with 20-year-old Grace.
Ricklefs and fellow hotline volunteer Deborah Carroll recount other calls they've received: A very religious woman in the rural Midwest who, after being read a list of the gay and gay-friendly churches in Chicago, said, "That does it, I'm moving there"; a cross-dresser who was reassured to learn that many others shared his practice; a lesbian in despair over her partner leaving her--and whose mother eventually came in on the call.