With great fanfare a new dating service was announced this morning At a press conference in the New Orleans French Quarter. Several hundred cross dressers from around the US gathered to celebrate the occasion.
"We are here to dance and sing, frolic and fraternize and to hop, to skip and hopefully to jump," said one participant dressed in high heels and a sequined gown with a boa. "It's a bountiful grab bag of fun," commented another participant in cowboy hat and boots, carrying a bull whip and brandishing a six shooter.
An observer in the crowd of onlookers gasped at the sight and groaned, "My God, that's my sister!"
As the spokesperson for the group took the podium dressed in a mini-skirt and high heels there were whistles heard in the crowd from both men and women, reports the Associated Press.
One journalist commented, "It's just hard to tell who's who, you know, like, who's on first! I had to keep my hands in my pockets the entire time just to make sure who I was!"
The spokesperson hushed the crowd with a bejeweled hand and began: "This gathering is a who's who," he paused, or better yet, who's what, of America's cross dressing community. It is with great regret that our patron saint, J. Edgar Hoover is not here to celebrate our coming out and our coming together, you know," he hesitated once again. "whichever or whomever comes first!
"So, join us America, the website is open and we can tell you one thing and one thing for sure---for every King, there's a Queen and for every Queen there's a King--- and you can be absolutely sure of this thing," he/she winked, "come as you are, or come as you aren't--- every date's a drag!"