Do you think a crossdressing man would be allowed to work as a 'female' stripper in a bar?
Give reasons for your answer.
-I mean that the man wears heavy make-up and dresses like a woman in public,so he obviously resembles a woman on the outside.
-He removes facial,underarm,chest,arm and leg hair,so he isn't seen with unsightly hair on these areas in public.
-He is slim,with fake 'boobs'.
-He has a deep manly voice,an Adam's apple and is over 5' 7" without heels.
-He hasn't gone for gender reassignment surgery.
I mean he strips,but not to the point of showing his 'boy parts'.
- 8 years agoFavorite Answer
If looks are deceiving then yea. If no one can tell he was a man, why not try and work there.
- sapphireLv 78 years ago
Depends on how kinky the bar is and the clientel. Failing to having undergo the knife, his "boyparts" would be pretty obvious once the skirt or shorts come off (and possibly even before that). Hormones might give the impressions of breasts, but forms would be very obvious even in the darkness.
Failure to reach the bikini stage would not be considered "stripping" and a g-string would show all.
- Anonymous8 years ago
It rather depends on the bar. The problem is the "stripper" part. At some point, his sex is going to become painfully obvious. I'd say, generally, no.
- EmmaLv 78 years ago
"man would be allowed to work as a 'female' stripper in a bar"
Not sure how that works.
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- onebear469Lv 78 years ago
if that is a cross dresser trying to entertain straight men it sounds like it will turn out poorly for everyone