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Overzealous Research Lands Cross-Dressing Victorian Writer in the Dock – Mimi Matthews

Just before midnight on June 25, 1891, a police detective encountered two women strolling arm-in-arm down Regent Street.  One of the women struck him as being rather odd in appearance.  14 more words

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Where, in the late 1970s, would you get the idea of cross-dressing from, anyway? Dick Emery, perhaps:

Or there was an orgy scene in I Claudius… 426 more words


Tootsie (1982)

“I was a better man with you, as a woman, than I ever was with a woman, as a man.”

I must have some sort of fascination for Dustin Hoffman. 618 more words


That's Gay! - K-Dramas, Putting the Q in LGBTQ

Let’s face it – there are a lot of gay-questioning dramas out there.  Okay, sure, they’re not implicitly gay;  Only recently have dramas crossed the purebred gay border, though their feature films have definitely made some expeditions to gay town in the past few years.   1,056 more words

Korean Drama

Screw Normal. Dresses are Fun.

So I wrote in another piece how I often want to say to my son, Just be a normal boy!” (Disclaimer: I don’t actually say that to him.) 566 more words



My cup of tea was half empty and there was one biscuit left.

Earlier I had come home from work and decided that it was time to put on a dress and a bit of lippy so my soul could return back to the type of equilibrium only another t girl would understand ( I was going to use the phrase ‘back to normal’ but what is normal?). 247 more words

Cross Dressing

Can we talk about men in women's clothing for a second?

I came to a rather shocking (for me) realisation while watching American Horror Story – Hotel last night. Men in ‘women’s’ clothes are fucking sexy! Now, this was all before I woke up to the shitstorm that is the newest Trump scandal (him supposedly saying he likes the women in his team to ‘dress like women’ and the internet responding with images of women wearing any type of damn clothing they please with the hashtag #dresslikeawoman). 704 more words