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Length: 2.5 mins
Date: 22nd May 2003
Subject: Lifestyle
 
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Title: Man in a dress
This very personal film, made by Graham, is unconventional to say the least! It explores his view that men should be free to express themselves through their clothing. Should you wish to know more about unconventional lifestyles then try the following link:

Total Clothing Rights

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Good on you Graham, if only there were more people like you who are prepared to make people question "normality". So many people in similar situations have been driven to depression and drastic endings due to bigots judging them for expressing what they view as normal. It's just a shame society has to give us labels and put us in boxes. Diversity and expression is a wonderful thing. Keep being you!
Natalie Gee

Well done Graham, keep being yourself!
Mike Gee

I saw the film on TV and agree with Grahams views, he is a very brave guy.
GW Norwich

Well done Graham. An interesting slant on cross dressing. I still prefer it with the boobs although they may be false. The more airtime the subject gets the greater the likelihood that what we do is regarded as a 'normal' facet of one's personality. The one thing I have found in recent years is that like the iceberg there is a great deal more to the TV/TS scene than is apparent on the surface.
Joe Fisher

I appreciated Graham's story presented last night and I agree with his views. There should be no reason why a man cannot wear a skirt/dress as a woman. I wish Graham well.
Helen Hirst
 
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