I like wearing girl clothes. Skirts and high thighs. I even found a friend who wanted to see a femboy. It's not a fetish, just a fun way to spend time. I am straight, I am not a transgender. Jews have a holiday called Purim. You need to wear a costume that day. Like American Halloween. And on Purim I have seen Rabbi's (priest's) wife wearing trousers (she had a costume of a police officer). It's considered very immodest to wear trousers for woman. It breaks tznius. Some law about woman wearing and behaving chasty. So, I asked Rabbi about wearing female clothes on Purim. He said: "Small kids can do this, but only on Purim." I am not a small kid. It's quite sad. My love to wear woman garments is an obstacle for becoming religious. I am not sure if it's bad or good. Because I haven't decided what a path to G-d is, does it make people free or is it slavery? Rabbi says it makes people free, but Torah and some prayers call Moses and righteous people "a devoted slave". From a certain angle, those words do not contradict. Also Rabbi said it's better to fulfill some precepts than fulfill nothing. So I can fulfill things I want to worship G-d. Also interesting fact: Torah suggests death penalty for not fulfilling Sabbath. If you are a Jew, of course. There are 613 precepts for Jews and something like 7 for other people, Christianity and Islam has these 7 precepts. Quite arrogant, huh? Sabbath bans any kind of work on Saturday. Because Saturday is a symbol of allienship with G-d. A lot of things count as work. Using gadgets/electricity, tearing something apart, using bar soap (you are creating new substance), etc. Switching light on is a more sinful crime than wearing female garments, think about it. What would you choose if you were put in a situation like this?