The Lazy Crossdresser, Page 4

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Greenery Press, Oct 1, 2001 - Psychology - 178 pages
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The author is a crossdresser of many years' experience, gives you the skills and confidence you need to crossdress as much--or as little--as you want! Unlike crossdressing manuals that insist on nothing less than perfect passable femininity, these pages give you permission to experiment! You'll learn how to achieve the results you desire with Make-Up ("The Televangelist's Finger Test")--Body Image ("Fat Is a Feminine Tissue")--Undergarments--Shoes and Accessories ("Man the Pumps!") Fashion ("Yuppie Riot Grrl Barbie")--and more!

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As a gradually coming out CD, I was immediately moved by the authors observation that male crossdresssers have the major disadvantage of not accumulating a lifetime of "tips" and "secrets"; from makeup to complexion to hair. I know these shortcomings well: I had m own natural hair grown out down to my tush, and I could never get the body or shine that women w/ similar hair got. And I'm finally aware of proper makeup applications, at age 43! The bulk of the constructive knowledge I gained here wwas delivered as subtle and occasionally bold admonishments to " be aware " of our lifestyles commonality, Xdressing being one of the more frequent and, surely, least risky forms of fetish one could practice. Kudos to Mr./Ms. Anders; his book has emboldened my outlook on my personally valuable lifestyle an has motivated me to be more open about who I am, and also what I can achieve as an aesthetically conscious individual. I credit this book with providing me the final, crucial power to be myself, proudly.  

Contents

WHY A SKIRT?
1
BASIC PRESENTATION
17
MAKEUP
35
Copyright

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About the author (2001)

He has been crossdressing publicly for several years and has written crossdressing and transgender articles and erotica for the San Francisco Bay Guardian, Scarlet Letters, Clean Sheets and more.

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