A work on patterns of cross dressing from the 1920s and 30s. The book draws mainly upon letters, articles and stories published in "London Life", a magazine which changed character in October 1941, and has obtained cult status for its earlier issues among devotees of cross dressing and other fads. Topics include masquerades past and present, female impersonation, corsets for men, men's dress reform, the coming dominance of women, male maids, the discipline of girls' clothes for the unruly male and even the first sex change. Together with some illustrations from "London Life" itself, there are photographs of attractive ladies who are in fact actors of the Cambridge University Amateur Dramatic Club.
Publisher: Karn Publications Garston