As of December 17, Volume 1: Playful Awakenings has been released.
A number of two-type taxonomies based on sexuality have subsequently been proposed by clinicians, though some clinicians believe that other factors are more clinically useful categories, or that two types are insufficient.
Sexologists have created numerous terms for preferential attraction to transgender people.
John Money and Malgorzata Lamacz proposed the term gynemimetophilia to refer to a sexual preference for male-assigned people who look like, act like, or are women, including crossdressed men and trans women.
Plus I have prayed to God about it, He has not said that I should not cross dress, he never gave an answer actually, but I’m sure being blessed with a wonderful girlfriend and some awesome best friends means He is keeping an eye on me.
As for those of you who worry about going public with it because of social status, that will be your own personal choice, but remember this, if they can’t accept you for who you are, are they worth it?
These are just but a few questions the public asks when they see a man who dresses in women’s clothes.
With the recent celebrity gossip about Bruce Jenner and his wife Kris’s split – Star Magazine’s Adriane Schwartz called upon my expertise as a Marriage and Family Therapist to discuss.
They also proposed the term andromimetophilia to describe a sexual attraction to female-assigned people who look like, act like, or are men.
This includes androgynous, non-binary and non-operative transgender individuals.
The Benjamin Scale proposed by endocrinologist Harry Benjamin in 1966 uses sexual orientation as one of several factors to distinguish between transvestites, "non-surgical" transsexuals, and "true transsexuals".
In 1974, Person and Ovesey proposed dividing transsexual women into "primary" and "secondary" transsexuals.