cross-dressing love

Definitions

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  • noun the wearing of clothing designed for the opposite sex.
  • verb Present participle of cross-dress.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • I saw Ms. Hart’s Recession Spankologist ad and I smiled thinking about her, a fellow nut, but I skipped her number and I called the cross-dressing service in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn.

    THE EXTRA MAN

  • "Work It" was consistently panned by critics, including HuffPost TV's resident critic Maureen Ryan, who called the cross-dressing comedy, "One of the worst sitcoms of all time."

    'Work It' Canceled: WIll 'Cougar Town' Take Its Place?

  • Life magazine singled out the cross-dressing performers for praise in its review of a production of the play at Lowry Field in Colorado: Despite their hairy chests, size-16 shoes and bulging biceps, these ‘actresses’ did a good job with the play, presenting it as straight comedy. . .

    A Renegade History of the United States

  • In her video, a cross-dressing satire, the artist plays the character of El Puro, a Cuban exile living in San Diego who has a regular daytime job but whose fantasy is to be a Cuban salsa singer.

    Bill Bush: Drawing on Experience: This Artweek.LA (May 23-29)

  • In her video, a cross-dressing satire, the artist plays the character of El Puro, a Cuban exile living in San Diego who has a regular daytime job but whose fantasy is to be a Cuban salsa singer.

    Bill Bush: Drawing on Experience: This Artweek.LA (May 23-29)

  • They vary in how completely they dress (from one article of clothing to fully cross-dressing) as well as in their motives for doing so.

    RIP, Mike Penner « Dating Jesus

  • It even sponsored theatricals, and Wilson not only directed two but, incredibly, also performed in a cross-dressing role as Tom Carberry in The Spirit of 76 -- a highly popular farce of this time, exploring what might happen if gender roles were completely inverted.

    Henry Louis Gates, Jr.: Harriet Wilson's Sunday School

  • In her video, a cross-dressing satire, the artist plays the character of El Puro, a Cuban exile living in San Diego who has a regular daytime job but whose fantasy is to be a Cuban salsa singer.

    Bill Bush: Drawing on Experience: This Artweek.LA (May 23-29)

  • It even sponsored theatricals, and Wilson not only directed two but, incredibly, also performed in a cross-dressing role as Tom Carberry in The Spirit of 76 -- a highly popular farce of this time, exploring what might happen if gender roles were completely inverted.

    Henry Louis Gates, Jr.: Harriet Wilson's Sunday School

  • In her video, a cross-dressing satire, the artist plays the character of El Puro, a Cuban exile living in San Diego who has a regular daytime job but whose fantasy is to be a Cuban salsa singer.

    Bill Bush: Drawing on Experience: This Artweek.LA (May 23-29)

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