Are you a crossdresser? This group is largely misunderstood by the public at large, and there’s a lot of confusion among the terms “crossdresser,” “drag queen,” “female interpreter,” and “transsexual.”
There are many great practical crossdresser stories and books you can read that cover all the different aspects of the transgender spectrum.
Although these terms are somewhat related, they’re not the same. So-called drag queens are males who dress in women’s clothing, usually with elaborate wigs, high heels, and makeup.
Their primary focus is to entertain. Transsexuals are usually uncomfortable with their own sexual identity and relate more with assuming the role of the opposite sex.
A crossdresser is different. The overwhelming majority of crossdressers are heterosexual males. These men are comfortable being male, but they sometimes enjoy “getting in touch with their feminine side.”
In other words, they might like the feel of silk or satin, or they may prefer wearing pink or other colors that are frowned upon by society when such fabrics, styles, or colors are worn by males.
Other go a bit further, having a fetish about being a sissy maid or wanting to be forced feminized. These are known as sissys and you can find great sissy stories here.
Crossdressing is nothing new. Humans have been engaging in this practice for thousands of years, for a variety of reasons. These might include motives that involve disguise, music, sexual fetish, and the theater and other entertainment venues.
Amazon offers some excellent books about practical and true story crossdressing, along with some fascinating crossdressing stories.
Some of the books and crossdressing stories include My Husband Wears My Clothes: Crossdressing from the Perspective of a Wife, by Peggy J. Rudd; Transformations: Crossdressers and Those Who Love Them, by Mariette Pathy Allen; The Lazy Crossdresser, by Charlie Anders; and My Husband Betty: Love, Sex, and Life with a Crossdresser, by Helen Boyd.