Picture of the day: Cross-dressing boy club

March 25, 2011Jing GaoOne Comment, , , , , ,

Wei niang, 伪娘, or literally fake girl, is a Chinese slang for cross-dressing boy who is not necessarily homosexual, which has a slightly derogative connotation. However, as the word is being popularized by internet culture, some cross-dressers have come to accept this term.

Alice Fake Girl Club was founded on October 1, 2009 in Wuhan, Hubei province, and has grown from a handful members to 200, all of whom are college students in the city of Wuhan.  The members proclaim that they “have magnanimity greater than men’s and glamor greater than women’s.”

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1 comment to “Picture of the day: Cross-dressing boy club”

  1. ArD | April 14, 2013 | Permalink Reply

    Someone dressing like that and declaring that’s not a gay… Is hard to believe. Ok, maybe they are not gay, but they are almost, almost, almost …

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