Crossdressing is an incurable disease

Search the Internet for “cure crossdressing”, and you’ll find a plethora of web pages telling you that there is no cure for crossdressing. They’ll have this statement in bold, italics, capitalized, as if it were some golden truth to center your life on.

The next thing they’ll do is lambaste anyone for suggesting that it is something that needs curing (surely only diseases need curing?!). I’ll address the second point in a later post. As you can see by my previous post I don’t believe that crossdressing is ‘evil’, ‘wrong’, ‘sin’, or anything of that nature. These judgments are distracting and only serve to allow one group of people to feel superior to another, and cover over flaws they perceive in themselves.

I’ll tackle the question of being ‘incurable’ first.

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We have a mistaken notion that because we do not know how something is cured, that it is not possible for there to be a cure. You hear stories every week of people who have been cured from cancer without undergoing any treatment, and often just months after the doctor diagnosed them.

Hold on, isn’t cancer ‘incurable’? Or at best there is some chance that the treatment we give (chemo) could facilitate a cure (with no guarantees). How then , could these people be cured without any treatment?!
I don’t know how, but I do know that it happened.

If you are a Christian, I have another challenge for you.
Jesus healed the blind man, and he could see again.
Jesus healed the lame man, and he could walk again.
Jesus told us (John 14:12) that we would do even greater things than this if we have faith in Him.
How trivial it must be for Him to cure crossdressing.

Yet in all our ‘wisdom’ and power we prevent this cure. We have more faith in the incurable nature of crossdressing than we do in our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

Jesus told us (Matt 17:20) that even faith as small as a tiny seed will allow us to move mountains.
It seems it will take much less faith than that for us to cure crossdressing.
So what can you do right now?

If you believe a cure to crossdressing is right for you (see post below):
1. Ask God to cure you
2. Believe that you are being cured
3. Picture who you will be when you are cured (don’t think ‘not a crossdresser’, bring to mind those qualities of your masculinity you’ll treasure when you’re no longer a crossdresser).
4. See yourself as this person. Be this person.
5. Give thanks to God for your new life. Receive the healing.

It may take a while for the cure to manifest itself in your life. Maybe weeks, or months. Continue picturing yourself as the person you’ll be when you are cured. Continue giving thanks to God for your new life.
Don’t keep asking to be cured, you’ve asked once, just believe that you’re receiving the cure. If you keep asking, you’re expressing doubt that you’re actually being cured.

If you need encouragement or support, please leave a comment.

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27 Comments
  1. john doe 2 years ago

    All it took was for me psychiatrist to tell me I wasn’t transgender. I’ve been happy as a man ever since. I’m free from the burden as last. It only took 30 years of my life. Thank god.

  2. Rochelle Mooney 2 years ago

    I do not subscribe to the idea that crossdressers can be cured. I’m not a doctor, and I do not play one on TV, but crossdressing is not a disease. There are many different reasons that we choose to feel, and look feminine. As for myself, I started out of curiosity about why my sister loved her pretty clothes so much. We were close in size, so I tried various things on, when I could. I loved the way things felt against my skin. As I became an adult man, I always looked at women like most men do. But a lot of the time I was actually looking at what they were wearing, wondering if I could look as pretty as them. I realized that I truly felt more and more like I would love to be able to wear whatever I desired. As far as a disease goes, I have a disease for which there is no cure. I was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis 6 years ago. As a result, I know what a true disease is. I would give almost anything to find a cure for that. In my opinion crossdressing is a cure for my depression.

  3. Genivieve Bujold 2 years ago

    My favorite cure, is to go shopping.
    When I find some cute shoes or a new dress.
    I’m cured!!

  4. CD40 2 years ago

    Many times, religion has been abused to “cure” good behavior we feel ashame for. That was how I became an atheist, because this makes me very angry. Initially I thought religion was about all good things. Not anymore. It is people who think crossdressing is bad or unhealthy who need a cure. I am an expressed atheist and believe me, I know what I am saying. Believing in unrelated things and spirits who can change you and “remove” things for you, or deities that could “punish” you or send you to unpleasant places after death is no more reality than Star Wars to me. I am sorry to say this but we need to endorse things we feel urge for, that is the only cure. I really needed to say this because I have been there myself. Lost several years of my life on mental unhealth because I did not do what I felt the urge for.

  5. Rachel J Rose 1 year ago

    Cure I do not want a cure it just is and I love being a fem.

    Rachel

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