|This is a woman in a shirt designed and made|
for males. Now, question, is this cross-dressing?
Is there a difference twixt this and a male in a
blouse? If so, what? If not, why not?
Also, society in general seems to be more accepting of women wearing clothes that were designed for and made for and sold to men. Seems. Not being part of that demographic I am not at liberty to really comment on society's reactions to them, only they can effectively do that. So, I am reaching out to find out what the views of others are (please comment and let me know, even anonymously, I think it's important to know).
|A self-proclaimed female to male|
cross-dresser. Question: how is what they are
doing different to what my wife is currently
doing? If there is no difference, why is there
no difference? What, if anything, is the line?
And I wonder. Is this actually cross-dressing? That is, does it occupy the same space as a physically male (and I use this term to denote typically male characteristics such as broad shoulders, limited breast development and a penis) who presents as a male wearing clothing designed for females? I have known plenty of males who have chosen to wear blouses, for example, or 'girl jeans' without having any other proclivities beyond that. I realise that my own experiences regarding cross-dressing tend to take things further than this.
So, is it the dressing that makes it cross-dressing or the motivation? If Tilly is not cross-dressing (and is just wearing male clothes - I accept there is a difference) then what makes me a cross-dresser (and I accept that I am) - where is the line to be drawn?
|Because all thoughtful, concerned or pensive women must|
simultaneously appear constipated.