Recently, a woman called me stating that she discovered something extremely shocking about her husband after seventeen years of marriage and two children (and admittedly many dismissed concerns). Her husband is a cross-dresser.
According to The American Journal of Family Therapy’s Male Cross-Dressers in Therapy: A Solution-Focused Perspective for Marriage and Family Therapists, by Kristina Dzelme and Renee A. Jones, “An understanding that an individual’s gender is distinct of the individual’s sex is necessary for successful therapy. The gender is the ‘feeling’ of being male or female.”
Many times, cross dressing is an expression of associated gender attributes, not… Continue reading