This is probably the granddaddy of all crossdresser myths: crossdressers are gay. Fact: Most crossdressers are straight, and some are gay. Ever wonder where this myth came from in the first place? The myth that all crossdressers are gay is due to lack of knowledge. Our schools teach a plethora of information spanning a wide variety of subjects. Oddly, the natural human gender spectrum is left out and only the existence of two basic genders is covered. Why is that? Gender realities are nothing new to doctors, scientists, psychiatrists, and mental health professionals. In most western societies, knowledge of the full gender spectrum is nowhere to be found in the education system pre-college. Therefore, the facts about crossdressers remain a mystery to most non-crossdressers.
7 Things You Learn As A Straight Guy Who's A Crossdresser
My husband has just released his deepest, darkest secret of being a crossdresser. He also posted a Craigslist ad. Is he cheating on me with men? Is he gay? Why would he advertise himself in lingerie online so the public can find out? How am I supposed to feel about this when, in the public eye, he is a manly man with a family and a wife, and loves to go hunting? I have noticed [him doing] things like sitting while peeing, wearing a lot of thongs around the house and using my lotion or hair serum here and there. Do you have any articles I might find comfort in?
Exploration of society through a transgender perspective
Thanks for connecting! You're almost done. Connect to your existing Cracked account if you have one or create a new Cracked username. Look at the kid clothing aisles in any store and it's pretty clear-cut: There's blue rough and tumble clothes for the boys and pink frilly dresses for the girls. When a male starts wearing the pink and frilly stuff -- despite not being gay or transitioning to female -- it confuses the ever-loving fuck out of most people. Hi there. I'm Vera, and I'm a straight crossdresser "Hi, Vera". I'm married to a woman, I have a kid, I love Doctor Who , and occasionally wearing dresses is an important part of my life.
Just speaking for myself, I am not. As z male by birth I have never had any attraction to another male. I've been married 3 times, have a daughter by my first wife. Have had several girlfriends in the past, but only one that ever completely totally affected my life, and it had nothing to do with anything else. I have no desire to ever become a woman, but I feel that in most clothes that are seen as for women only, I feel more comfortable. I would, however, enjoy having a complete full-body make-over that would be carried out by a female, head to toe, requiring no real effort by me. Add full makeup with all products needed, and full manicure and pedicure. This would be nothing really sexual,as such, but more curiosity, although it would have to assume sexual stimulation as part of the fun. By that logic, every woman who prefers wearing pants or leggings should be a lesbian. There are boys who like pink and girls who like blue.