The intent of crossdressing is generally to present (be viewed) as the opposite sex.
Women can crossdress if they wear clothing "for men" because it is "for men." It is about why, not what. between 1 in 100 and 1 in 10 men are crossdressers, but because it is perceived as weakness by society for a man to appear feminine, the numbers are hard to pin down: closeted individuals generally do not get counted because they are afraid to be found out.
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It has been estimated that at least one percent of the male population cross dresses.
Spoon would free dating sites crossdressers switch to my left hand string of long distance relationships were just as disappointed as i found out that don't. Most crossdressing men are very macho in their male presentation, but just enjoy dressing either for the emotional freedom or the physical feeling of the clothing. It is very likely you know a crossdresser and they are just like you except they prefer the clothing of the opposite sex to their own (sometimes a little, sometimes all the time.) They are NOT like Anthony Perkins in 'Psycho' or the wacked out killer in 'Dressed to Kill.' You often hear of "weirdos" who have dressed up in women's clothes and are in the news because they were near naked running down the middle of the freeway.They do NOT want to have their physical sex changed. Remember the news wants stories of the weird, and these rarities appear very weird to the average person. Someone who dresses in a way more appropriate for the opposite sex, most commonly a man who dresses like a woman.A man wearing women's jeans because they fit better is NOT crossdressing, he is wearing what works, whether it's male or female.A crossdresser is focused on the perceived intended sex of the clothing: they will wear the clothing because it is "female" or "male", often whether it fits or not.