What is Crossdressing? The Facts Revealed!
The topic of crossdressing is one that has always been universally misunderstood by the majority of people.
If you were to ask ten people to define crossdressing, or ask them what they thought it was, it is very likely that you would get ten different answers.
This is very odd to someone like myself who has family members who crossdress. The reason it is odd is because I know that men all over the world get together at special “meetings” to discuss how to tips on how to cover up a 5 o’clock shadow and choose the best foundation in order to smooth out their male contours. If people knew this it would become apparent that this type of lifestyle is more commonly practiced than first imagined. But, getting back to questions about what crossdressing is, below I will share with you the most common misconceptions about this lifestyle and what the actual truths are.
Misconception 1: Crossdressers are Homosexuals and Do Not Like Women
While some homosexuals do crossdress, not all who crossdress are homosexual. The truth is that the majority of Crossdressers are married men who are as attracted to their wives as any typical man. According to many Crossdressers that I have spoken with, there are several advantages to being a straight crossdresser. The number one advantage is that they tend to become more understanding and sensitive when it comes to the women in their lives. So for some, crossdressing for some men is a way to get in touch with their feminine side and fully experience life.
Misconception 2: Crossdressers are Drag Queens that Look Like RuPaul
While all drag queens crossdress, not all crossdressers are drag queens. Queens are in a separate category altogether. The typical crossdresser wears the same type of clothing typical women wear; nothing elaborate.
Misconception 3: Crossdressers are Made and Can be Cured
This is the same old nature vs. nurture argument. While there is no solid proof of this, research is leaning heavily towards a genetic predisposal to crossdressing, which brings us to the second part of this misconception. Crossdressing cannot be cured and is not something that needs to be cured-unless of course the individual wishes to stifle their behavior.
Misconception 4: Crossdressers Begin Their Behavior in Adulthood
Some people who simply do not understand the act of crossdressing cannot fathom the idea that the need to do so begins at a young age. It is easier for these types of people to assume that it begins in adulthood. However, the truth is that for most people, especially men, begin to feel the pull towards crossdressing at a young age. Many male children, some as young as 4 or 5 years old, start wearing women’s clothing as a dress-up game. In some cases this behavior stops as they grow older, and in others it continues on into adulthood and becomes a lifelong behavior.
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June 10, 2014
September 22, 2014
Male having wear feminine outfit and makeup . I love it . I am also feel feminine and wearing this kind of dress and makeup .
October 14, 2014
IYou have understood what crossdressing is.
January 21, 2015
Love how this explains crossdressing as I started at 10 with my mom’s and still in the closet to my family. Have tried to stop so many times thinking I’m sick but I keep coming back to it even if it’s just slipping on a pair of panties. Know I’m just who I am and love my fem side and just wish I could expose it more without hurting those that I love and love me.
July 31, 2015
I have been crossbreeding since 1968 in U S N with discover. Fears now retired and still dressing with wife’s acceptance and gifts. Of clothes and accessories , at home nothing public but till get anxious if I don’t dress regulary
August 14, 2015
Hi all. Just wanted to say that I finally told my wife and is is supporting me 100 percent! You should see my closet now????
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