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I started cross-dressing at a very young age - it's long, long story and I have come a long, long way. However, after many years, a long loving marriage, children and many, many guilty purges, now in my fifties I accept and embrace my famine side. I still, at times, struggle with unnecessary guilt when I come across prejudice (quite often). Society, unfortunately, listen and believe people like the good Dr Shamir Benji, who 'sell' cross-dressing as a mental health problem. Due to this Cross-dressers are, or feel, compelled to hide their famine side - least society should find out - else one is ostracized for being 'different'. Therefore can so called 'experts', please, please stop referring to cross-dressing as a mental health problem. Thank you, Emily

March 25, 2016 - 8:59pm


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