Crossdressing may be an incurable disease

Surely with all our scientific research we’ve stumbled upon a cure for cross dressing? If only to save all you wonderful genetic girls from stretched clothes and missing lingerie.

There’s plenty of sites out there that will boldy claim that crossdressing is incurable. Starting with the prelude that crossdressing isn’t a disease (hence needing no cure). We could get into endless debate about whether it’s a disease or not, so setting that question aside, is crossdressing curable?

Over the next few weeks I’ll see to answer that question (at least reserach it and present some points of view).
For my own part, I’ve been crossdressing ever since I was four years old. There have been periods when I’ve dressed, and periods when I haven’t. There have even been months, almost years when I haven’t thought about slipping on a satin evening gown, or strapping on a pair of high heels. Then like a snake in the night it’s back – and I find myself daydreaming about being transformed into a beautiful princess.

For the last few year’s I’ve believed the common wisdom that there is no cure for crossdressing. In fact, have even come to accept who I am (and dare I say enjoy being who I am!). I can’t honestly say that I’ve ever given a focused, dedicated, and constantly renewed effort to ‘beat this thing’.

Sure, I’ve purged (who hasn’t!), in fact I can count three times where I’ve thrown away clothes I’d love to see still hanging in my closet. Usually the result of guilt, building up over a few months. One purge was a result of my noble intentions to truly do something better with my life. After all, spending hours learning how to put on make-up, and shopping for the perfect top aren’t exactly “productive” time.

Is there really a cure out there?


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I’m passionate about creating a safe space for everyone in the transgender community to find laughter and friendship on their journey. I completed my physical transition in 2011 and through it I lost everything, and gained everything. I am blessed that I was forced to gaze inward and embark on the journey to discover and live my authentic self. My deepest wish is that all who wander here may find peace, happiness and freedom.

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12 years ago

there is no budman, it’s Elaine

11 years ago

I have loved lingerie ever since puberty since it gave me blasting orgasms and it has stayed with me all my life, I am 71 now and divorced of course, no woman would tolerate me. I have purged my lingerie collection too many times and I will no more. I just bought a lovely black full slip and a black lacy full length nightgown.

7 years ago
Reply to  Laurine

Sounds great Laurine! I love full slips very much. I feel so calm when I dress. Ever since I started accepting my girl inside things have been great. I am still closeted but I refuse to let it get me down. Would love to hear from you sometime. Take care! Jennifer.

7 years ago

I’ve purged many times and always came up empty. All I can say it is a lot easier to handle it with acceptance. I fought it constantly for years to no avail. We are wired this way so please don’t beat yourself up over the dressing. We are very unique in a lot of ways. Just enjoy who you are and remember there are many people out there who are willing to help you. It’s not a death sentence. Enjoy the ride!

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