Knowing the difference woman and transvestite?
Transvestites are men or women who dress up to appear to be the opposite sex; there is purpose in transvestism (crossdressing) that requires intent. A man who wears women's jeans because they fit better and would buy men's jeans if they found some that fit is NOT crossdressing. A man who buys women's underwear when almost the same underwear but with a label "for men" is available especially cheaper, is crossdressing; it is the intent of "for women" to wear the other sexes clothes.
Women can be transvestites. A woman can crossdress but we usually don't see it because women now have so many choices in masculine and femiinine clothing: a woman may wear a business suit and tie just to compete with the boys, or she may wear it because it is 'man's clothing' - the second is crossdressing.
An example of a transvestite is a man who dresses as a woman (oftentimes in private, but not always) usually for sexual gratification - that is, the man becomes sexually aroused by dressing in women's clothing. A transvestite may also be a woman who dresses in men's clothing for the same reason. This is not to be confused with being transgendered/transsexual.
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…
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.
nononononononononononononono first off a transvestite is a man dressed like a woman being nellie is different secondly HE would have to wear 3 wigs at a time A transvestite is a person who wears clothing of the opposite sex to appear as a member of that opposite sex, so no, she is not. Note: women can be transvestites too.
A transsexual persons is someone who will likely and eventually undergo sex-reassignment surgery (i.e., a "sex change operation"), whereas a transvestite only dresses like the opposite sex. In other words, assuming MtF, one is a woman with a birth condition that needs corrected, and the other is merely a man dressing as a woman. After surgery, a TS woman is just a woman, and should never be considered trans+anything.
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A transvestite gets a sexual pleasure out of dressing as a woman. It's not the same as cross dressing which is basically just a type of style. It doesn't matter the sex. If you look up the actual definition of transvestite it is, : a person and especially a male who adopts the dress and often the behavior typical of the opposite sex especially for purposes of emotional or sexual gratification. This is straight out…
How is the clause changed here 1 Since she knew what the lecture was about she didn't attend the meeting. 2 Knowing what the lecture was about she didn't attend the meeting?
"Since she knew what the lecture was about" in the first sentence is replaced by the participle phrase "Knowing what the lecture was about" in the second sentence. "Knowing" is the present participle of the verb "to know". Here it works like an adjective describing "she". She was a "knowing" woman. She was a "knowing-what-the-lecture-was-about" kind of woman.