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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtransvestitetrans‧ves‧tite /trænzˈvestaɪt $ træns-/ noun [countable]  SYsomeone, especially a man, who enjoys dressing like a person of the opposite sextranssexualtransvestite adjectivetransvestism noun [uncountable]
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transvestiteAnd every so often a transvestite would swagger past, some more obvious than others.Sergio was quite right: if Bandeira was a transvestite he would do anything to prevent the fact from becoming known.Half an hour later the charming hypothesis occurred to me that Conchis was a transvestite.Deaths and disclosures, universal and particular, denouements both unexpected and inexorable, transvestite melodrama on all levels including the suggestive.So the transvestite fails the test of humanist transgression.The transvestite and the hermaphrodite: both were disturbing images; perhaps they are less so now.
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