Christian wife: Is your husband cross-dressing?

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  1. GaeHall profile image60
    GaeHallposted 7 years ago

    Christian wife: Is your husband cross-dressing?

    If you discovered your husband was cross-dressing would you tell anyone?  Who would you tell and when?

  2. smcopywrite profile image25
    smcopywriteposted 7 years ago

    i dont think so. this might be something better left unsaid. who would you tell and why? what would be the point of sharing this information? i believe that i would keep this one in the "family". definitely something that we would need to discuss but not with outside people for no reason at all.

  3. GaeHall profile image60
    GaeHallposted 7 years ago

    The point of sharing the information would be to share your struggle with someone else.  Obviously, if a wife has no problem what so ever with her husband cross dressing and letting her friends know (as he may want to cross-dress in front of others) then she may not think she needs any emotional support.

    But what if she does not feel comfortable with his cross-dressing.  What if he wants her to keep it secret because he doesn't want anyone to know?  What if she is struggling to comprehend why he would want to wear women's clothes?   

    Could not keeping the issue 'in the family' also act like an invisible  prison much like any other type of 'secret' that is not discussed with those outside the relationship?

    At what point would a wife feel compelled to share the 'secret' with others?

    I would like to suggest that the longer the issue is 'kept within the family' the longer a wife is forced to struggle with coming to grips with it (and its impact on children) alone.

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    dixie28714posted 7 years ago

    maybe he just wants attention & finds it amusing....

    If it was my husband, he would be cross dressing.. in an empty house,, ALONE!!

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    MikeyPeteposted 4 years ago

    In Deuteronomy 22:5  (KJV) A man should not wear what a woman wears and a woman should not wear what a man wears. In some other versions it adds women are to be proud of their long hair and wear tassles. It is up to (local) custom of who wears what. Also in paintings of what we believe Jesus looked like he wore what can be interpreted as a robe or dress. Again customs at the time. It is also a case of the Bible is translated from Hebrew and Greek so people are going to understand those languages the way they do.

 
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