All you need to know about crossplay

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Cosplay is playing dress up with a purpose. It’s not just a generic costume, it’s a representation of a character from a book or a movie. When you dress up as a character who is a different gender to you, this is known as crossplay! Get it? A Mixture of Crossdressing and cosplay. It is something that is growing in popularity and although it can be a perfectly vanilla pastime it can have a wonderfully kinky twist too, when the crossplay is not just for a convention but for sexual role play too. It’s fun to play around with who gets to be the superhero sometimes!

What is crossplay?

Simply, it’s a crossover of crossdressing and cosplay. So instead of dressing as a character of the same gender as you, you dress as the opposite gender. It goes both ways!

Is crossplay really kinky?

As with many things in life, it depends on the way you do it. It is possible to be totally innocent but it’s also possible to kink it up. If you’re crossplaying for sexual gratification, then it’s definitely kinky.

Is crossplay the same as crossdressing?

In the same way that some people crossdress just now and then for a specific event or because they want to be a specific character and others do it regularly because they feel it’s an expression of who they are, then yes, it’s the same. There are different levels of crossplay, but as long as you’re happy and having fun then however you do it is fine by us!

How do I find others to kinky crossplay with?

You’re in the perfect place to check out who else is into crossplay! Write yourself a personal ad, browse profiles or start a post in the forums to find other likeminded kinksters who are looking for playmates too.

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