Category Archives: crossdressing

Crossdressing Under the Sea

An unexpected place to find crossdressing humour is Jim Toomey’s excellent comic strip Sherman’s Lagoon. Advertisements

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If I Were a Toy

A user on Skirt Cafe mentioned a TV commercial running in the UK about a boy fantasizing what he could do if he were a toy. Among other toys, in a brief scene he finds himself wearing a pink dress … Continue reading

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Her Boyfriend’s Hemline

You know your blog is getting stale when it’s over a year between new posts. Anyhow, I recently discovered the hilarious new(ish) comic strip by Norm Feuti about life in retail sales. Today’s strip hit rather close to home for … Continue reading

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Crossdressing Advice From Bart Simpson

Haven’t done any crossdressing comics for a while, so here’s one from the Simpsons episode “Bart’s New Friend” At school the kids are organizing a game of tag that involves players crawling between one another’s legs. Milhouse looks down and … Continue reading

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How Common is Your Kink?

Researchers at the University of Montreal conducted a study of 1,517 Québécois (799 men and 718 women) and asked them if they have sexual fantasies involving various topics. They then tallied up the results so we could see how common … Continue reading

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Revisionist History

I support transgender rights, even though I myself have never understood the conviction that one was born the wrong sex and this is a mistake which should be altered surgically.  But I think this article carries those rights “a chromosome … Continue reading

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More Stereotypes of Crossdressers

Apparently an old 2002 article on crossdressing has been rekindled in the Trannysphere, so I’ll go ahead and add my comments to the mix.  As usual, I’ve already made many of these observations on other blogs who got there before … Continue reading

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