- n. Plural form of cross-dresser.
“Still, we should all learn tolerance, even toward overly flashy cross-dressers, arrogant confectionery upstarts, and those who are less endowed.”
“In India, the term “eunuch” is mostly used to refer to cross-dressers and pre - and post-operative transsexuals.”
“The entire Republican Party voted for it, including the purported Speaker to be, John Boehner, the major supporter of Nazi cross-dressers running for Congress.”
“I enjoyed the vela, but I truly loved the Saturday morning Catholic mass (the first I've ever attended) which had many cross-dressers in attendance.”
“He's one of the cross-dressers that call themselves a democrat to get elected than perform as a low life republican.”
“Soon he would be rushing to a street demonstration, one that would bring together low-caste Dalit activists, Gandhians, cross-dressers and members of domestic workers unions.”
“Um. In Glasgow the "skirts" weren't for cross-dressers.”
“The general public may not be aware that people who have had sex-change surgery, cross-dressers and people who are gender non-conforming are often targets of violence and biases that force them to live in fear for their safety and suffer the loss of their jobs and shelter.”
“It draws cross-dressers galore: men in elaborate fruit-topped hats and halter tops a la Carmen Miranda together with police officers in short shorts and strings of condoms as ammo belts.”
“There are also cross-dressers, who often identify as wearing clothes of their opposite birth sex, sometimes for erotic reasons.”
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