FTM cross-dresser, often uses masculine dialogue, mannerisms and voice. Often packing (see).
a female performer who impersonates men onstage.
A biological female who wears male clothing. Her internal gender identity may be male or female. Her sexual preference may be for males, females or both.
Not quite the literal opposite of Drag Queen, having diverse and overloaded meanings. 1. A lesbian who wears male attire and may or may not desire or attempt to pass as a man. 2. A performer (usually genetic female) who does impersonations of male performers on stage. 3. Any female to male crossdresser. 4. The name of a musical group.
a lesbian who dresses and acts in a stereotypically masculine style
a performer who makes masculinity into his or her act
DK The Female-to-Male counterpart to the crossdresser. These are women who identify as women, but occasionally cross-dress. Similar to their male counterparts, they also are predominantly heterosexual, and range from the closeted to the publicly proficient. Oftentimes, they will affect fake facial hair to complete the image, and (save for the voice) will be much more successful at passing in public than their male counterparts.
A female who presents a highly stylized image of a man, often in the context of an entertainment performance.
A woman dressed like a man.
The female version of a Drag Queen.
Dressing in (usually exaggerated) male costume, often for entertainment, humor or parody.
A female who presents as male and, in doing so, purposely takes masculinity to an extreme.
Drag kings are female bodied or identified performance artists who dress in masculine "drag" as part of their routine. A typical drag king performance involves dancing and singing or lip-synching. Drag kings often perform as exaggeratedly macho male characters or impersonate male celebrities like Elvis Presley.