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Funny story: "Suits you Sir!"

"Suits you Sir!"

Transvestite artist Graystroke 'Katherine' Perry picked up a Buckingham Palace gong yesterday-and is believed to be the first to do so in drag, although Camilla has been seen picking up Corgi dog 'gongs' with a tissue when roaming the halls at midnig...
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Funny story: Dean R. Koontz

Dean R. Koontz

Dean R. Koontz, known (by colleague and competitor Stephen King) as "the Stephen King of the West Coast," dissociates himself with horror, saying, "To be a horror writer, one must be a horrible writer." He is not to be confused with his fictional alter ego, horror writer Dean Koontz. Koontz was born in Pennsylvania, under a host of pseudonyms, and conceived the plots of his first 33 novels whi...
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Funny story: Nostalgic Television: "Be Witched"

Nostalgic Television: "Be Witched"

Be Witched was a situation comedy, or sitcom (short for stupid idiots tune in comedies) starring Lizzy Montgummy as Sam Stevens. A bigamist (or, possibly, a polyandryist), Sam was a transvestite witch who, out of stupidity, renounced magic in favor of love. She had two husbands, both named Darren (or, sometimes, Dum Dum, Durwood, Dagwood, or Dingleberry), who, coincidentally, were both employed by...
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Funny story: Hollyweird's hottest: Selma Blair

Hollyweird's hottest: Selma Blair

Selma Beitner (aka Batsheva), whose screen name is Selma Blair because (1) "Blair" sounds better than "Beitner," (2) she wants to hide her Jewish heritage ("'Blair' sounds less offensively Anglo," she says), has starred in one or two blockbusters, but she is not adverse to accepting roles in independent films or even art-house trash when the meatier roles are not forthcoming. Her "versatility," sh...
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Funny story: Aged couple's secret of a happy marriage: transvestism?

Aged couple's secret of a happy marriage: transvestism?

FREE LOVE, NEB - After 65 years of marriage, Mel and Joey Schwanke had seen it all - or all they wanted to see - when it came to their bodies. "The thrill was definitely gone," Mel said. "You can say that again," his wife declared. "The thrill was...
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Funny story: Sparks and Mensa launch Adjustable Height Heels

Sparks and Mensa launch Adjustable Height Heels

Sparks and Mensa, the high street department store used by people with more brains than cash, has developed the latest must have trend for women: adjustable height heels. "We've all been there," said product designer Frank Boshell. "Sometimes we n...
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Funny story: Cross dresser with Alzheimer's Arrested

Cross dresser with Alzheimer's Arrested

Jackie LaTour, aka Jackie LaTour, was arrested late on Tuesday, for creating a disturbance at the Cracker Barrel on North fourth street. He, was creating a disturbance inside the store. blocking the entrances to both the Women's and the Men's restroo...
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Funny story: Women shopping on a budget are urged to shop with cross dressers

Women shopping on a budget are urged to shop with cross dressers

A recent survey has discovered that, when it comes to clothes shopping, cross dressers win hands down for finding bargains. "After twenty years of marriage," said Hattie Coates, editor of Fashion Magazine, "I discovered my husband was a cross dres...
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Funny story: Gary Glitter admits where he has been hiding

Gary Glitter admits where he has been hiding

Paul Gadd, also known as Gary Glitter, has been forced to reveal in court where he has been hiding for the past few years. "We were very surprised to discover that Paul has been hiding out in a camp site near Oldham living as a woman," said solici...
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Funny story: Trials and tribulations of transitioning - the questions

Trials and tribulations of transitioning - the questions

As a man who is in the process of becoming a woman, I get asked quite a lot of questions. In a bid to help every M2F person out there, I'll give you the answers to all your questions in this easily digestible guide. Whatever the question, the answer is: "Mind your own bloody business." There, that wasn't too hard, was it? The above sentiment is the one you really need, but some people jus...
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Funny story: Trials and Tribulations of Transitioning - shopping

Trials and Tribulations of Transitioning - shopping

When I first started cross dressing, shopping was difficult. Now, with my continuing journey into femininity, it has got no easier. The internet is pretty good for clothes shopping. By pretty good, I mean 'amazing'. You can buy anything on the internet: a nice party frock for the office party or a satin corset with holes in places that render the garment useless. Hats, shoes, underwear, attachm...
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Funny story: Cross dressers make the best husbands

Cross dressers make the best husbands

A poll from a leading Women's magazine has revealed that cross dressers make the best husbands. "Even the gay ones," said Kay Bored, editor of women's magazine I'm a Woman. "Obviously in a civil partnership." The study was quite revealing acco...
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Funny story: Trails and tribulations of transitioning - changing name

Trails and tribulations of transitioning - changing name

Apparently you cannot just walk into a bank and ask them to change all of your cards to your new name. Even if you're in a dress. I went into a popular high street bank that is open on Saturdays. There were a few stares, but I'm used to that, and I used the ramp, it's easier in heels. Seriously, there were few people who stared, but not many. Yes, I was in a dress. A grey and black mid-calf...
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Funny story: Cross Dressers have bigger brains

Cross Dressers have bigger brains

Brain imaging studies have shown that transvestites have bigger brains than men who do not cross dress. "It was a spot on correlation," said neurologist, Matt Paynter. "Men who cross dressed seemed to have bigger brains." Neurologists are putt...
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Funny story: Cross Dressers to get their own car-parking spaces

Cross Dressers to get their own car-parking spaces

In a bid to help Britain's last hidden minority, moves are afoot to provide transsexuals, transvestites and cross dressers with their own car parking spaces. "Initially," said scheme organiser, Monica Soon, "this will be outside clothes shops on r...
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Funny story: Trials and Tribulations of a cross dresser

Trials and Tribulations of a cross dresser

You turn up for work once in a wig, heels and a dress, and that's it, you're branded forever as a cross dresser. From that point on, every charity event, work's night out involving fancy dress and dress-down Friday, you're expected to turn up dressed as a woman. Eventually, even an alpha male will give in and admit his feminine side. And I'm anything but an alpha male. Well, okay, I admit it:...
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Funny story: Self-defence class for cross dressers ends in tragedy

Self-defence class for cross dressers ends in tragedy

It was a classic case of it seemed like a good idea at the time when Ollie Cromwell started his self-defence class for cross dressers. "Cross dressers get physically assaulted more than any other group," said Cromwell. "Women have had self-defence...
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Funny story: Dorking cross dresser makes it into the Guinness Book of Records

Dorking cross dresser makes it into the Guinness Book of Records

Harvey Bristol, aka Cindy, has made it into the Guinness Book of Records by becoming the fastest cross dresser in the world, beating off stiff competition from regular winners of the Speed Cross Dressing contest from Thailand. This year's speed cr...
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