Fiona Black
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Registered On: November 23, 2019
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In general I think crossdressing is much more tolerated and somewhat more accepted than it was decades ago. Part of the reason is that the younger generation sees it as more of an expression of who you are rather than just a sexual perversion. However, as others have said, there are certainly areas of the country where both tolerance & acceptance are worse now versus 10 yrs. ago.

The gay & lesbian communities have made much bigger gains in acceptance and tolerance than the CD community. They banded together, became a social & political force and forced the issue front and center while the perceived shame of being a crossdresser left us lagging way behind. Given today’s political and religious climates, I do not see that changing dramatically any time soon.


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