All the modern-day speculation about numerous genders or gender fluidity—or even a gender “continuum” with unlimited genders—is foreign to the Bible.The closest the Bible comes to mentioning transgenderism is in its condemnations of homosexuality (Romans –32; 1 Corinthians 6:9–10) and transvestitism (Deuteronomy 22:5).Individuals typically are not distressed by their behaviour.By comparison, in transvestic disorder, cross-dressing associated with sexual arousal and erotic fantasies causes the affected individual significant distress or disrupts his or her work or social life.“He has got this indentation right there – that’s the narrowest part of his torso – which is what you find on a woman, due to the hips.“That’s just a medical fact – a scientific fact – that females have wider hips than men.“It’s because of the pelvic bone underneath.“It’s why archaeologists can find these skeletons and tell if it’s a man or a woman from the bones.” On Gisele, he says: “She has a little indentation here [below the belly button] – that’s a masculine feature – then it goes straight up from there.“Some photos are Photoshopped and in others she’s bending her back to give the illusion of an hour glass figure – but it’s an illusion.” Daily Star Online contacted a number of experts on the human anatomy to test Mr E3000’s wild theory. But body boffins agreed that the bodies of men and women vary too widely to determine a person’s “original” sex by the position of their waist.
The “Half-Drag” project by photographer Leland Bobbé shows us the hidden side of burlesque transvestites through a series of amazing and impressive photographs of the transvestites before and after makeup.
They often practice transvestism/transvestitism and may also seek hormone therapy and/or gender reassignment surgery to bring their bodies into conformity with their perceived gender.
The Bible nowhere explicitly mentions transgenderism or describes anyone as having transgender feelings.
Most transvestites, in fact, are men who comfortably fill male roles in society and are satisfied with their biological sex.
By contrast, transsexuals, both male and female, are uncomfortable with their sex and usually cross-dress for an extended period before they undergo surgery.