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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.
We don't give subsidies to cross-dressers and it is ludicrous to suggest we ever would.
4) A cross-dresser is handed ``regular'' clothes after being picked up on morals charges, circa 1945.
Personality research reports This category, which contains the largest number of research reports, consists primarily of survey studies focused on the personality dynamics, childhood experiences, and sexual practices of cross-dressers (e.
While the range of statuses, behaviors, and lifestyles of cross-dressers has been well documented (Peo, 1988; Talamini, 1981, 1982a, 1982b; Wise & Meyer, 1980b; Woodhouse, 1989), these same researchers have also identified other, deeper similarities among transvestites.
Fairy Tales, 1992, documents Madden's childhood fascinations with wearing women's clothing, and Pyramid, New York, 1984 (When Queens Collide), 1993, relates through pictures and balck humor Madden's experience as a go-go cross-dresser at the famed New York club.
Investigations revealed that the party was exclusively for cross-dressers and homosexuals who would face the charges of engaging in immoral activities, the daily said on Sunday.
Please treat cross-dressers with more courtesy in future.
THERE are thousands of cross-dressers, even some celebrities such as comic Eddie Izzard.
She highlights such figures as the stylized feminine poetess, the aberrant masculine woman, the male poet deemed feminine, and the hapless or strategic cross-dressers of both sexes.
1960 Virginia Prince publishes the magazine Transvestia and in 1961 forms the national Foundation for Full Personality Expression for straight cross-dressers.
Samantha Forster has launched Frocks R Us for cross-dressers as well as women who have had a mastectomy.