Young to teenage girls often hold hands and indulge in mutual preening without a second thought. If young men were to do the same they probably be viewed as “queer” or labeled with worse names by their peers. So it’s easy to comprehend that when a girl meets a crossdresser a few years later they may, subconsciously, feel insecure in their own sexuality; thus becoming one of the underlying reasons for the woman’s rejection of the CD.
Even though the majority of socierty have yet to accept cross dressing into the main stream, a surprising number of cities, Seattle for one, have strict law in place allowing 24/7 CDs to become part of this municipality’s payroll and, of course, permitted (without having to be full time dressers) to mingle in shopping centers, theaters and other public places. In fact, though many states, cities and corporations are required to include “sexual persuasion” as acceptable, it has taken longer to accept which gender’s clothes a person chooses to wear than their sexual preference – seems ludicrous.
Let’s look at the woman’s reasons for rejecting their potential mate, or divorcing upon learning of their desires. The most common one: “I wanted a man. I already have girlfriends” and similar expressions.Woven into many of these rejections, though not likely to be admitted, is the subconscious fear of becoming a lebian if they continued the relationship. In effect a homophobic fear. To a greater or lesser degree every man and woman has some homosexuality hidden within their normal chromosome mix — to be dsicussed later on. I haven’t done any extensive research but will comment on what I’ve observed: There seems to be a correlation between a genetic female’s I.Q. and their accepting a CD’s lifestyle. My guess is that logical thinking trumps vague emotions.
By the way, children seem to accept daddy’s role playing more readily than most adults. Teenage daughters , in particular, readily accept their father’s alter ego and fully support him without any apparent damage to their own psychophysiology. Every indication is that there are no harmful changes in attitude to the opposite sex upon growing up and seeking a marital partner. Apparently this is a similar experience of those children reared by same-sex couples.