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Araminta Purdy
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Registered On: January 23, 2020
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Tricky issue.

I suspect that you have not been cross-dressing too long and that feminine part of your being is still in development. I believe that the more one adapts a feminine persona the more one becomes more comfortable with that persona and the more defined it becomes.

A prominent, but not often discussed, motive for cross-dressing is a form of escapism especially from the rather demanding social requirements of masculinity. That is, cross-dressing and the resulting femininity allow one to set aside those pressures for a time.

One theory is that extreme, non-variant masculinity or extreme, non-variant femininity are harmful as they fail to allow one to use a multitude of social skills in varying situations. Those who are gender variant and/or largely androgynous have a wider set of social and other tools with which to better adapt to intimate, one-on-one or community interactions.

Cross-dressing, therefore, would seem to be usually a sign of an adaptive and flexible person able to modify their behaviour to meet immediate needs even if those needs are a just break from being ‘a man’.

The above concept is a generalized possibility out of myriad variations but is sufficiently frequent to be examined as likely.

Araminta.

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