6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
on 21 January 2005
This is an excellent review of an extremely complex subject. Bullough and Bullough successfully provide the reader with a robust, even-handed, and authoritative overview of cross-dressing behaviour throughout history, and go on to provide a broad yet detailed description of current attitudes and modes of thinking in the medical and psychology communities.
This book is not a self-help text, although there is much that is tremendously insightful. Although pitched at quite a high level academically, the book is never dry and is surprisingly readable. For anyone wishing to know more about cross-dressing, from any perspective, this book will provide a goldmine of information.