> Personally, I know several cross dressers and had a serious
> relationship with one. You judged me a bit too quickly and too
I am sorry that it came across that I was judging you; I clearly chose my words poorly, and I apologize for that. I make no judgment on an individual's intent -- my judgment was on the possible hurtful effect of the words used on people who might not know the context and the intent you had when using them. Coming as it did on the heels of the comment about men, the context was unclear.
> You are right, they are a marginal group, who are for the most
> part, sensitive people.
Crossdressers are, for the most part, people. Many of whom, like many members of any other group of people, may be sensitive.
> My point was there is hidden sexism in all
> areas, not just for women.
This is absolutely true, and an excellent point.