Raquel Smith
Registered On: August 26, 2021
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I think that LGBTQ+ etc labels carry some baggage (baggage labels! Ha!) – the assumption by the general public would be that a CD is either gay or trans. As Danielle says, acceptance by the LGBT crowd can also be problematical – “just another transvestite” etc.

It would be nice to be recognised for what we are, but I don’t think it’ll happen soon. Was it Blanchard who said CD’s must either be gay or fetishists? That’s what most people think.

Meanwhile, life goes on.



The thing is, Connie, is that many of our friends here, are already self-professed as part of LGBTQIA+, particularly, trans.  So CDing , has something to do with their identities.

Those who declare that they just like wearing women’s clothes, but have no desire to be a woman are perhaps the only ones not “on the spectrum.”

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