Black-white movie about transvestite?
In the fifties or possibly the sixties- allowing for television reruns- there was a movie or TV crime drama that was about a Transvestite or Latent Homosexual. It was in the context of the missing witness angle of a crime drama. it so transpired that the character was a biological male who had been, in the polite phrase of the time- been ( Raised as a girl) and wore female costumes, etc. Even then the idea seemed to be not only was /is Homosexuality ( wrong) it is, of course, but you had to blame somebody and it seemed to be the (parents wanted to have a girl child). I think this is the film you are referring to. a biographical film- probably in technicolor was done on the Christine Jorgensen story- that being the title of the film in the seventies. Nuff said.
A transvestite is a cross-dresser, a man who likes to dress in woman's clothing, so if you like that you are a transvestite. If a beautiful woman walks by and all you can do is think "holy cow, where can I find those shoes...?" ... you might be a transvestite. If you know you look better in a teddy than your wife does, you might be a transvestite. If your fake breasts are bigger than…
There was a transvestite in the 1981 James Bond film For Your Eyes Only. However, she was not the Bond girl. The Bond girl of the film was Melina Havelock, as portrayed by French actress Carole Bouquet. Caroline Cossey (originally Barry Kenneth Cossey) was a transvestite who appeared as an extra in the pool scene where James Bond (Roger Moore) spies on assassin Hector Gonzales (Stefan Kalipha).
A transvestite is someone who dresses and acts like a person of the opposite sex. Bill Kaulitz is not a transvestite, though his style is sometimes described as "androgynous." In addition, Bill is not a transsexual man or woman, which is a person who chooses to identify as a member of the opposite sex.
In most cases, a female transvestite looks just like a girl in more masculine than usual clothing. If you are asking how to tell if a transvestite is male, as long as they are not trying to seduce you, what does it matter? They deserve the same polite manners and human respect as a non-transvestite. What's under someone's clothes is none of your business until they make it so (dating etc.)