A psychoanalytic examination and discussion into male cross gender identity phenomena
For this study or discussion I prefer the term 'cross identity' over cross dressing, cause one can cross dress and still retain traditional male sway, where as for others, cross dressing goes deeper than a layer of clothing, and more into reflective mimicking of style and behavior of the opposite sex, but only the glam side, and not say the 'work in the field side' of 1851.
In reality most women are not elegant (around the world), in reality most women don't wear, can't afford make up, nice shoes and clean feet.
In reality, around the world, most women live lives as unappealing as their male counterparts, as laborers picking crops from fields.
So this idea that females are glamourous is a recent one, brought about do to the stabilization of modern societies, it's an image that was created, that an industry created in order to sell products.
In other words being female wasn't always a glam thing, a glam ideal, it just kind of evolved into that for 'mans pleasure', and a whole industry was created as a result.
And industry is good at creating 'ideal' or standard, as a way of selling products.
None the less, all that aside, why do some males wish to cross identity?
This and more to possibly be discussed in up coming posts.
Last Edit: Dec 24, 2016 22:24:36 GMT -5 by X factor
Dear Dr, I have an issue, a transformation issue the opposite of the Incredible Hulk, only my episodes are brought on by liquor or alcohol, not anger or pain.
Example: When sober, not drinking, I'm normal, I guess, in that comfortable in own shoes, comfortable being a regular appearing 9-5 working class male, I suppose..
But as soon as I get a bit of liquor inside of me, I go from Hulk to mouse, suddenly I want to look 'cute' and all, it's not that I want to be a woman, cause not all women are cute or have soft features, but rather it's like liquor makes me stretch the limits of my own physical appearance.
A tranny wants to be a woman, I do not, I simply enjoy bringing out softer qualities of self, but only after drinking and never really so when sober
What is my problem Doc?
Here's a more real life example below
See what I mean?
On the left, I'm strong and mean, and like to eat meat, yet after a few drinks, I simply change and become softer and nice and like to eat lettuce instead...
Doc, can you help me figure out what the heck is going on? What is my problem?
Last Edit: Jan 24, 2017 9:48:57 GMT -5 by X factor
As above post kind of stated, just wanting to feel 'cute', as a male, in and of itself means nothing other than wanting to feel cute.
What does 'cute' indicate?
If something or someone is 'cute', than that something or someone or even animal is seen as not posing harm to another (Initially)
But since humans are a very sight based species, the 'initial' few seconds one has to form opinion about another is done based on surface features.
The longer one lives, the longer one becomes aware of how others react to their surface appearance, through trial and error one begins to realize if perceived as 'ugly', or bad, than people react one way, yet if perceived as 'cute' and 'nice', people react yet another.
If perceived as ugly and bad, you get beat over the head by society, peers, and even strangers...
Yes, when people fear you, based on your appearance, they're more likely to get hostile towards you, aggressive, and very defensive.
It's why the devil is more likely to appear as an 'angel' than as itself, cause Satan knows this about human nature all to well (just using that as example)
On the other hand, if perceived as, and or backed up by physical beauty, society, people, more likely to 'relax' when your presence is near. (Assuming in a civilized society)
The more cute you are, the closer others want to get to you, invite you out, social doors open up to you that otherwise would not, if perceived as 'ugly' and a threat.
Now lets take it to 'inner self'.
Many who 'cross dress', or like seeing self in different photogenic light, do so outside the realm of public view, why?
Cause the same as explained above, can also apply to self, and how self views self, particularly when alone.
'Nature always seeks a healthy balance', and in the absence of a beautiful woman to look at and adore, some males subconsciously become that which they don't have.
When married to beautiful wife, you wake up and get to see them, they become reflection of self, but if single, there is no beautiful wife to wake up to, so instead only see self in mirror, a dull appearing male.
So subconsciously some males counter this by making selves look more appealing to self, they try to become that which they wish they could have, but do not.
This behavior immediately stops when a female is around, since she will satisfy his need for 'beauty'.
So one shouldn't get 'being gay', mixed up with 'Man Tran syndrome'.
The difference between gay, and 'Man tran syndrome' is as follows.
1. When one is gay, no woman, no matter how beautiful, can change persons desire for same sex intimacy.
2. When one afflicted with 'Man Tran Syndrome', it's a behavior designed to comfort self, not others, and usually brought on by extreme loneliness or isolation from opposite gender. Man tran syndrome immediately goes away when person paired with mate, and natures whole complete balance is satisfied.
3. Transexuals actually want to become women, with 'boobs' and all and more, people afflicted with 'Man Tran Syndrome' are perfectly happy being males, and simply enjoy stretching or exploring own range of looks to comfort self and bring balance in the absence of a female.
That concludes this post, but more explanations to follow.