Danrella Blue
Registered On: August 24, 2018
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What a lively discussion! It appears that science is finding genetic and hormonal differences during pregnancy can indeed predispose some of us to lean in a direction opposite our assigned sex. This does not mean there is not a role for nurture effects. I was heartened to learn that many of us had cross dressing experiences very early in life just as I  did. A few replies mentioned environmental factors. In my case, I  experienced a number of environmental influences. I came from a family of 6 boys and 5 girls. I was a skinny, book reading, intellectual kid. My father disdained me in favor of my younger, more muscular brothers. I would not be able to work the farm when he got old.  Of course, that is now moot considering the advancements in farm machinery. He also favored the girls by allowing them 5 strikes in baseball and they didn’t have any farm chores. Looking back, I don’t feel these environmental influences were significant. But who knows? And I  think it was sweet of him to let the girls have 2 extra strikes.

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