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1. To cross dress.

2. In bondage , a large, cross-shaped device for binding submissives, especially if they are to be flogged.

See Also: 49, abbot, agyrophobia, Back Drop (Club), bayot, CD, CDer, CG, closet queer, cock eyes, cross, cross-dresser, cross-dressing, drag, ex it, f2m, fadge, FtM, gender illusionist, genderphobia, get physical, gimlet eyes, go caso, he/she, M2F, mahu, MtF, nonconforming gender, peeved, pronoun reversal, queer peepers, road game, road queen, staurophobia, swords, syntribadism, syntribate, trans, transgender, transgendered, transgenderism, transgressively gendered, transvest, transvestic fetishism, transvestism, transvestite, transvestitism, wannabe, wasp waist, X, X-it, X-legged

Quotes Containing cross:
Noah Cross (John Huston) in Chinatown (1974): ''Most people don''t ever have to face the fact that, in the right place , at the right time, they are capable of anything.''
Bert Rigby (Robert Lindsay) to Meredith Perlstein (Anne Bancroft) in Bert Rigby, You're a Fool (1989): 'I find you a very, very desirable woman and if you and I were to get-physical together my eyes would cross permanently and she'd [girlfirned] notice that.'
Zach (John Ritter) and Alex (Alyson Reed) in Skin Deep (1989): - Zach: ''What would you do if I told you I''ve been celibate for six months?'' - Alex: ''Cross my legs. ''
Noah Cross (John Huston) to J.J. Gittes (Jack Nicholson) in Chinatown (1974):''Of course I''m respectable! I''m old! Politicians, ugly buildings and whores all get respectable if they live long enough.''
Cross-dressers Jerry/Daphne (Jack Lemmon) to Joe/Josephine (Tony Curtis) in Some Like It Hot (1959): ''Now you''ve done it! (...) You tore off one of my chests. ''

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