For clarity sakes, Cross–dressing is the act of wearing items of clothing and other accouterments commonly associated with the opposite S3@.x:’ within a particular society.
However, since many of the things ladies wear can be masculine in a way, it is hard to tell if a lady is generally a cross–dresser. For example, a woman wearing Agbada or a pant suit with a tie, is regarded as stylish and not cross–dressing.
However, men cannot take a bold risk that is not within their sphere without looking odd. While some people that engage in cross–dressing are regarded as transgenders, some just love the art and possibly the controversy it comes with.
In Nigeria, we have a few people who walk the street wearing cross attires. Here are just some of them.
Hushpuppi is one of those people who are so rich without any actual proof of the source of their wealth. This guy would almost pass off for a normal guy, but his occasional dressing in female blouses and clothes in general, would cause you to have a second glance. To Huspuppi, it’s just style, but we’ll never really know for sure.