Cross Dressing – The facts

Often described as the last taboo, cross-dressing is massively misunderstood by society at large.

With many people believing that cross dressers are weird or strange, it makes the issue difficult to understand and come to terms with for people who have a compulsion to dress.

Whilst we’re living in a time where minorities feel safer than ever and acceptance is widely experienced by almost every group, cross dressers have not, for the most part, benefited from greater understanding or acceptance.

Cross-dress: the facts

Here’s what everyone needs to know and understand about cross dressing:

Cross dressing is, in most cases linked to Attachment, the emotional relationship between a young boy and his parents, often the child’s mother, but sometimes the child’s father too.

Most cross dressers (95%) would have worn female clothing in their formative years, in much the same way as some children need a comfort blanket, or favourite soft toy. Comfort plays a very big part in cross dressing.

This comforting behaviour then creates a neurological pathway in the brain and cements the behaviour as a coping strategy, this coping strategy is often extremely neurologically strong, and in times of stress, anxiety and in times when comfort is required, the dressing is often the goto coping strategy.

There are other factors too, you can read more here…