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cross-dress

To dress in clothing worn by members of the opposite sex.
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However, the cross-dresser objected and insisted he was entitled to be in the shop, located in Salmiya.
If the female cross-dresser is a type, a repeated convention within a given play, why should she be any more revelatory than others, such as the gracioso or the galan and dama, who always appear and form the backbone of any play?
You've called for cross-dressers and their wives to accept they are less than "straight" and challenged them to form bridges with the GLBTQ and alternative sex communities.
We don't give subsidies to cross-dressers and it is ludicrous to suggest we ever would.
Over this period between 2-4 members of the Society for the Second Self, a support group for heterosexual cross-dressers, interacted with each of the 37 university classes, with each class consisting of about 60 students.
And then there are the usual assortments of ``Kooks'': bodybuilders, hookers, ``barefoot'' fitness faddists, nudists and cross-dressers.
The problems and concerns of women married to heterosexual cross-dressers, as these are reflected in the literature, are summarized and a critique of these materials is provided.
Referred to as transvestites in the psychiatric literature, cross-dressers are men who frequently begin cross-dressing because they are sexually aroused by fixating upon and wearing women's clothing (Pomeroy, 1975).
Amelang), and the belligerent antics of cross-dressers in the Ariege in 1829-31 (Peter Sahlins), provide material for essays of more limited appeal.
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.
Vested Interests is defiantly non-historical; ignoring the political and cultural forces that shape cross-dressers in life and the theater, it goes over the same chronological ground over and again from different perspectives, whirling from Tootsie to Dress for Success to Shakespeare to surgically constructed transsexuals to homosexuality to Peter Pan to detective fiction to religion to spies to race to Lawrence of Arabia to Liberace to Elvis to Red Riding Hood.
population are cross-dressers and I percent are transsexuals.