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The Lazy Crossdresser Paperback – February 25, 2015
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The author explains the intricacies and dilemmas of "crossing" and gives numerous tips for self-confidence, self-improvement, beauty tips, and covers issues relating to stubble; beard growth, et al. These tips could be used by non-cross-dressers, as well. Very few people actually like stubble (about 1% of the people I have met)--especially facial stubble, so the tips in this book can be used even by "macho" guys, to improve their "Cuddle Time."
For those with an open mind, this book is very interesting, entertaining and provides numerous website references (copyright 2002, so it is up-to-date) and ideas to try.
If you are looking for a book about the psychological implications of this subject, look elsewhere--this author understands that it is "normal" to experiment with gender & sexuality, so there is no need to defend his stance on the issues. The author seems to have a very carefree "take me as I am" point of view.
It is very refreshing to read a book about the subject, which doesn't concentrate on Society's negative (uneducated) prejudice against "Alternative" lifestyles.
I began crossdressing 6 months ago and can easily relate to Anders light approach. It's an amazing thing to step outside the normal gender barriers and go out in public. Mr. Anders appears to do this regularly with great comfort and self-assurance and he's certainly a role model in this capacity for anyone who wants to step outside the norm and simply be.
Read it for the quality of the writing. Read it for the education. Or read it just to hear the voice of someone who is so self-accepting while gleefully outside of the norm. Whatever the reason BUY (don't steal!) THIS BOOK!!! (Oh yes. And read it!)
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Pretty fun read. Doesn't take it to serious and covers topics so you don't feel dumb. Makeup with the clown stage was good example of don't go overboard. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Cinnamon Biscuit
This is a wonderfully written book by a very clever author.
It is from the first-person point of view, giving very practical and useful hints, tips, and guidelines for... Read more
Practical, relatable, and absolutely essential. If you're here, you need this book. Full of useful information, you know good books like this are essential. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Jesse Grabow
If you want to know how little you need to do to crossdress, this is your book. The author advocates that trying to pass as a woman is futile. Read morePublished on November 8, 2013 by JoeNoze
That's the message of this book. Don't take things so seriously - you will probably never "pass" so accept it and have fun anyway! Read morePublished on September 21, 2013 by Red Rabbit
States it as it truly is, A must for any crossdresser. It is down to earth with hints and ideas.Published on September 13, 2013 by Danny
The best book I have read on male crossdressing!
Consider that most books about gender theory/politics and crossdressing are either academic or sensational in tone or... Read more
A must read book for those who wish to explore their feminine side. This book helps to dispell the notion that crossdressing is something that has to be done to perfection. Read morePublished on February 19, 2011 by Michael P. Howard
This is an excellent manual for cross dressing, but I think "lazy" is a gross understatement of all that the author suggests.
Just about all of the suggestions (tips? Read more