How to pass as a crossdresser

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Last Updated: November 7, References Approved. To create this article, 64 people, some anonymous, worked to edit and improve it over time. This article has been viewed 1,, times. Learn more Crossdressing is the act of blurring the aesthetic gender lines by wearing clothing traditionally worn by the opposite sex.

10 TIPS FOR ‘PASSING’ AS A FEMALE

passing crossdresser vs. acceptable as a crossdresser

Acceptable crossdresser is the question that has always been on my mind when going out dressed. Because passing is something I am not able to do. Micki made a decision many years ago that it is not practical for me to pull it off. I just chose not to attempt to deceive people into thinking I was a real woman. Given the choice of being passable crossdresser vs. I choose acceptable crossdresser. If you look close enough there will be tell-tale signs that give them away like large hands and the way they walk.

Should You Give Up Your Goal of Passing as a Woman? (For Crossdressers and Transgender Women)

However, for those particularly at the beginning of their crossdressing adventure we thought a Top 10 List to help one and all to maximize their feminine appearance would be helpful. Depending on how you are built and how adept you are methods to enhance your femininity like makeup then you will place more or less emphasis on the tips but they are all important considerations when it comes to blending in. Face, legs, arms, hands and the list goes on for most. Hairy legs are a dead giveaway so either shave those legs and keep nicely moisturized or if that is not a possibility wear good quality opaque hosiery to block the hair and even blemishes and veins. We know many girls that undergo electrolysis for the face in particular but this is an expensive process and takes time.
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