Cross Dressing Chat

Cross Dressing Fetish Chat

Plenty of people cross-dress without wanting to express a dominant or submissive male fetish, mainly men, but also women. Likely they are expressing gay man, or lesbian sexuality, because they take pleasure in a sense of transgression and mischief, for the feel of different materials on their skin, or to enjoy aspects of the sexual display that are only socially acceptable to the opposite sex.

It’s normal for human societies to have customs or even rules about how men and women should and should not dress. Ours is no different except that it has been exclusively male fetish costume. Any man in the equivalent female costume is going to be the subject of disapproving looks at the very least. That in itself demonstrates how meaningless the taboo against cross-dressing is, and nobody should feel ashamed for enjoying it as a fetish, or for any other reason. Fortunately, it is not something legislated.

There are now specialist suppliers to cater for male fetish cross-dressers, although the focus is almost entirely on men. Feminine shoes are available in large sizes, along with the exaggerated styles that are often popular with cross-dressers but almost never worn by women. Otherwise, a sewing machine and a little courage at the lingerie counter is all you need to put together any outfit your imagination can conceive.

One familiar fashion with a strong element of male fetish is burlesque. A theatrical parody designed to mock the pompous and the pretentious but fell out of fashion with the decline of music halls and modern theatre. Buying burlesque gear can simply be a matter of making imaginative use of everyday clothing, but if you want something a little more exotic, such as a scarlet top hat, there are plenty of specialist shops.