Tag: acceptance of cross-dressers

My Wish for Christmas is Acceptance

My Wish for Christmas is Acceptance
The Christmas holidays are a time for reflection. In the midst of all the chaos and effort to have a “Hallmark” holiday with the perfect gifts, I find myself thinking about my life, where do I fit in and what really is important to me. This was more apparent this year since my father recently... Read more »

Prejudice Continues in The Transgender Community

Prejudice Continues in The Transgender Community
When I sold my documentary, “I Married a Cross-dresser” in 2014 to SKY-TV in the UK as part of their Forbidden Love series, I was hopeful that society would be open to learning more about the transgender and cross-dresser communities. The show focused on four straight couples who were involved with a cross-dresser who were... Read more »

Where Is the Transgender Movement Headed?

Where Is the Transgender Movement Headed?
I have been writing on the topic of being transgender for over five years. It all started with submitting my first article to Frock magazine on the issues that crossdressers go through, just by being who they are, mostly straight men who feel an obsession with dressing in woman’s clothing. It all starts at an... Read more »
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Does “Passing” as A Woman Create Acceptance?

Does “Passing” as A Woman Create Acceptance?
As the transgender movement gains momentum and more transgender women are out in public being who they are, there is still a prejudice for those that don’t “pass” as a woman. This applies to both the transgender woman who identifies as the female gender and for the cross-dressers who are out as their femme self.... Read more »