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ANDREA RAVEN
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Registered On: December 21, 2017
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This is a difficult one to answer, mostly because many think of ‘Trans’ in different ways. If You Google ‘Trans’ you will get the definition that trans means transgender of transexual, so even a google search can’t make up it’s mind!  I personally believe I am somewhere on the ‘trans’ spectrum, so I would identify as trans even though I have no intention to transition. Obviously the word transvestite contains the word trans, and as the dictionary definition:  a transvestite often wear’s clothes designed for the opposite sex, that would be me. But I rarely describe my self as transvestite because of the connotations it has as a result of the way transvestites were  often portrayed in the media – the seedier end of life i.e. being involved in porn and prostitution, which is definitely not me! However I do think nowadays certainly in the UK the term ‘Trans’ has taken on a more acceptable meaning and is therefore understood, or at least accepted by the general population. Not that any of this really helps Bianca as there is no definitive definition of the term. At the end of the day the label means little, it’s the person inside that matters irrespective of what they choose to call themselves…………..

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