Stephanie MacNeil
Registered On: January 31, 2022
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As others have mentioned, this is a good question and observation.  I’ll throw my experience in as another data point.
I’ve been dressing since pre-puberty, so I knew the origins of my crossdressing aren’t hormonal. I’m not transgender, and have no desire to transition at all, so I won’t be taking estrogen.  In fact, I’m autogynephilic – a man with a (sexual, but also psychological) desire to view myself as a woman.  This gets interesting because two years ago I found out my testosterone was very low, and I wondered if it was that way from the beginning and maybe “caused” my autogynephilia.  I started testosterone therapy, and low and behold – my desire to dress INCREASED!  The testosterone gave me more energy, took away some depression, and increased my libido.  Since my libido is tied to my dressing and viewing myself in a female role, and it takes energy and get-up-and-go to transform myself, my dressing desires were intensified.  Funny how things work sometimes.

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