Araminta Purdy
Registered On: January 23, 2020
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Oh, thanks, actually. It is confusing and one of my points is that people use inappropriate terminology simply because they do not understand the underlying principles involved, the historical meaning of the words they use and how the more recent usage not only distorts that original meaning but does not properly convey a realistic intent.

‘Passing’ meant a deliberate and successful attempt to make others believe one is something they are not. I suggest that ‘cross-dressers’ should not try to be something they are not but that they do grow to be something that is consistent with their characters and that most succeed in becoming their ‘real’ selves. That is, they are not ‘passing’ so much as ‘being’.

It is the ‘being’ that is important and meaningful, the ‘passing’ is illusion and meaningless.




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