i have the exact problem as answer 6 but im to afraid to admit it. i have nothing to wear and its Very depresing. so yeah please let him crossdress it will save alot of depression.
I think you should talk to him and let him know you are there for him if he has any questions or concerns for his behavior and try and find a psychiatrist so he can find out what and why he is doing so.
YOU SHOULD NOT BE MAD AT HIM. HE ADMIRES THE FEMALE PERSONA AND WANTS TO HAVE ONE. ALLOW HIM TO EXPERIMENT BUT REMEMBER THAT THIS MAY BE AN EXPERIMENT FOR YOU BUT A LIFE CHOICE FOR HIM. CROSS DRESSING FOR MOST IS NOT A CHOICE BUT A MUST DO. THEY ARE REQUIRED BY THEIR BRAIN TO DRESS AS A FEMALE. MOST LIKELY IF HE IS ASKING FOR A BRA THEN HE IS OF THE AGE WHERE A GIRL HIS AGE WOULD BE WEARING A BRA. YES ALLOW HIM WITHOUT QUESTION TO DRESS COMPLETELY AS A GIRL.
Your son is experimenting with cross-dressing. In and of itself it does not mean he is homosexual (most transvestites are straight) nor does it mean he is a sexual deviant or dangerous. Many people, including prominent members of the community practice cross-dressing. The best thing for you to do is not freak out, maybe get some literature on this, and be supportive of him. It could be a short lived curiosity, or a precurser to a lifestyle. Either way, don't pay attention to old stories; ie...he's been around girls and lingere too much, he is gay, he needs a psychiatrist, he may be a molester, etc....Let him be and keep an open dialog with him. If you condemn him, he will just hide it. Keep lines open, and you always know whats going on.
You should sit down with him and have a heart to heart talk. Tell him you love him and accept him for who he is. Then also explain to him that this is something new to you and unusual for you to take in. Explain that he should be able to express himself freely but must think about his family. Now, I would not say that anyone should be ashamed at all, whether it be him, because these are his feelings, or anyone else in the family, because those are there feelings. Now and forever, change of any kind in the human society is not easily accepted of course unless your rich and eccentric or a celebrity. Which is really sad. We as humans should be concerned with the environment, our health and the love that we all should have for one another. You and you son can come to a compromise about this that will let everyone's feelings in the home be involved. If he's old enough to go out and be with other crossdressers, I mean 18 and older, then let him express himself there. If everyone in the house can accept his crossdressing then he can do it in the privacy of his bedroom. He has to understand that this is hard to take in and should be brought on slowly to get accepted. He may feel very natural crossdressing but others in the home don't know that feeling and its hard to understand. There is nothing wrong with your son, he was just born to feel comfortable in womens clothing and lets face it mens clothing isn't made as nice in the common store as womens clothing. Mens clothing doesnt start getting comfortable until its really pricey. Please consider as a parent what type of son he is aside from the crossdressing issue. Does he have a good heart , a healthy conscience , a nice attitude. With all the other issues going on in this world is this one really that detrimental. I cant say that I know how you feel, I don't but my son too likes to do things differently then I or my husband imagined and what we say is, He's a straight A student, a boy scout, a good kid and if he wants to have long hair or wear all black this week, so be it. Besides I remind my son that when he gets older and looks at the picture of himself in his particular flavor of the week or month that he cant say "Oh mom why did you cut my hair that way or make me wear those clothes" because we didnt, he chose to and that's one lesson that now is helping my son make choices that will have future discussions and lord knows we all need to communicate more in this world. Good luck with this and by all means love your son and remember he didnt ask to be brought into this world and is just like a flower that to reach its full potential needs, love, light and food.
There are two main categories of children who like to crossdress. One group is simply experimenting with the clothes of the opposite gender and may enjoy it from time to time, but don't wish to be female. The other group are transsexuals. who feel trapped in the wrong body and wish to become a member of the opposite sex, like the commenter in caps above. If they are boys, they will insist they are really female--and these feelings tend to emerge early, as early as 3 or 4 years. This latter condition is called "gender identity disorder (GID)" and is actually produced in the brain before birth and is genetic in nature. Brains of transsexuals are in some respects identical to those of the opposite sex. The only way to find out whether the child has GID is to consult a mental health professional, preferably a psychiatrist. If the child is GID, current practice suggests beginning hormone therapy at an early age. GID which remains untreated often leads to deep depression in the individual and sometimes to suicide.
Encourage him! I only wish my mom had done the same. I'm 15 now and I love to cross dress but am afraid of the consequences of telling my parents. Hormones are good if (s)he really wants to be a woman (only use this after a few years) but just get him(her) his(her) own clothes to wear - frilly Bras, lacy panties, swimwear, stockings, tights, heels, makeup, girlie tops and jeans etcetcetc. Just make the most of the situation but make sure this is what (s)he wants to do. (Or just leave him alone and pretend that you didnt saw anything, because its very embarrassing)
Talk to your son and if he likes to cross-dress wearing bras and pantyhose then take him out shopping for a bra that he can wear. Also buy him a pair of pantyhose that fit. It could also be a phase he's going through.
Are you a crossdresser?
You should have told him BEFORE marrying him!
They should use what ever toilet their body was made for!
Yes. Dahvie once admitted in a live press report that he was, in fact, a transvestite/crossdresser.
It's really simple actually. Just wear the opposite sex's clothes and vwala! You're a crossdresser!
None, unless they're also transgender and had sex reassignment surgery.
Nobody 'becomes' a crossdresser, it's not something catching and it's not something you choose. You come to understand that the problems that have hounded you since childhood are not things you did, not something mommy or daddy did either. Crossdressing often comes from something inside, the external doesn't make much difference. You cannot choose to be a crossdresser, you can choose to act on the impulse, you can choose to buy those clothes.
If you are not doing it once or twice just to see what the uproar is all about, but are doing it every chance you can - then you are a crossdresser. And that person was born that way. They were not made that way by talk, advertising, watching another crossdresser, recruited nor evil.
Breathe in. Breathe out. Repeat.
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no, hes an asian crossdresser
from what ive heard, yes
There is no historical evidence to that effect.
Break up with them.
NO! Im a crossdresser and i believe if one wants to dress like a girl they should! Society will in time conform to accept "US" as we are.
They are out there, most often parts of crossdressing support groups. You just need to search far and wide.
You don't choose to become a crossdresser. You choose to act on it, you choose to be open about it, but you do not choose to become a crossdresser. As to telling parents, it all depends on what they are like: is it going to make strife in the house, possibly endanger your life? The telling is NOT a good idea. If your parents are open-minded, then a frank and open discussion may be the right thing. Always remember, you can't stop being a crossdresser, but you can choose not to dress.