|Perhaps with more frowning.|
Now, looking back, they claim that cross-dressing is an addiction on the same level as alcoholism. That we, as cross-dressers, need to hit rock-bottom in order to see how much damage we are doing to ourselves and those around us and thus get into therapy to fix this dangerous part of ourselves.
|Yeah, that's more like it.|
Mind you, my own logic runs into difficulties with cancer and genetic illnesses and deformities etc, I am fully aware of this. I guess what I'm trying to say is that I can't ever judge someone for something that stems from how they were made (or developed in the womb at least). On that level, does that mean cross-dressing is something we should seek to 'cure' or alleviate the same way we do with congenital diseases?
Imponderable. For me.