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Coydog on June 17, 2013
at 8:09PM, June 17, 2013
That is very interesting - I suspected it to be true, as this story just seems authentic for it not to be. I'll need to check out that movie
at 3:23PM, June 17, 2013
OH YEAH. It was the dawn of the women's movement and women were crossdressing as an act of defiance. One famous female crossdresser of the time was author George Sand (who's real name escapes me) who famously had an affair with composer Chopin. There's a mvie about it called "Impromptu" starring Judy Davis as Sand and Hugh Grant as Chopin. That movie and Judy Davis' portrayal was a big influence on the creation of Fiona. In pre-Hilter Germany there was a section of Berlin where lesbian and gay men lived freely and crossdressed openly. I saw a documentary about it. It was one of the first non-jewish places the nazis' shut down. You should go back through the archive and read Fiona's character profile. I think you'll find it VERY interesting. Dee - TC writer dude
at 4:21AM, June 17, 2013
Is any evidence that any women of some standing crossed-dressed in Victorian times? How scandalous would it have really been?