Don't I Know You?
Last weekend, one of the classic movie channels showed the movie Some Like it Hot with Tony Curtis, Jack Lemmons and Marilyn Monroe. The 1959 classic is based on Lemmons and Curtis trying to elude the Chicago Mob in drag after witnessing a hit. Throughout the movie mostly Curtis who appeared more predominately as a man and woman was asked "Don't I know you?" Which brings me to a point from my last post "Oh No She Didn't" when I mentioned being recognized when I was cross dressed before I went 24/7. Taking the subject a bit further was Mandy Sherman: Oh, but as we know, they CAN and WILL recognize you! IMHO the only way to"possibly" avoid it is to NOT wear your hair the normal way when dressed. Mine "is what it is." All the time. Dressed or androgynous. And I'm recognizable. I don't care... A couple of years ago, I went into a restaurant on the other side of the Chesapeake, about 60 miles from home (in a congested shoppi