cross-dress


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dress in the clothes of the other sex

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While to some critics this style seems incoherent and unsystematic, I claim that it reflects a type of written cross-dress that enables Shonagon to disrupt categories, question history, and challenge established cultural visions by intuitively combining elements of daily life that might seem insignificant to some.
This is not to say, however, that Middlebrook reads Tipton's choice to cross-dress in negative terms: she does not.
Hotchkiss's study explores at once the authority gained by the female transvestite and the ways in which the choice to cross-dress supports the traditional hierarchy of the sexes.
Because of their historical subjugation, natives learned to cross-dress as a way of coping with power.
When Robert's parents go away for a weekend, he and Milena cross-dress to attend a party.
To tell her story, Stein had to cross-dress and also put on blackface in order to lend authenticity to her narrative.
Dear Coleen, I'M a 41-year-old man and I love to cross-dress.
The woman that persuaded the man to pose as a woman was charged with begging, illegally staying in the country and incitement to cross-dress.
Dear Coleen, I'm a 41-year-old man who loves to cross-dress - and have done for years.