There are transwomen and transmen. May I now suggest the "transfamily."
If being trans is a natural occurrence rather than a nurtured development, doesn't it make sense that it might be genetic, too?
I have an acquaintance who is a closeted crossdresser (don't ask how I know, but I know) and I am aware that his son crossdressed on occasion in his youth. (The son moved across the country, so I don't know if he is still crossdressing or not. All I know is that he is now in his 40s and still unmarried, which may or may not indicate anything trans-wise.)
And I am sure you have heard about crossdressing siblings, crossdressing fathers and sons and crossdressing mothers and daughters.
Now with more and more people coming out as trans, more families are discovering that crossdressing within a family is not a solo occurrence ― it can be a family affair.
|Wearing Cushnie Et Ochs (dress), Kenneth Jay Lane (earrings) and Sergio Rossi (shoes).|
Femulating at Downey, California, High School in 1995.