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The term en femme [ɑ̃ fam] is an anglicized adaption of a French phrase. It is used in the transgender and crossdressing community to describe the act of wearing feminine clothing or expressing a stereotypically feminine personality. The term is derived from the modern colloquial French phrase en tant que femme meaning "as a woman" and the anglicized adaption en femme literally translates as "in woman". Most crossdressers also use a female name whilst en femme. In the cross-dressing community the persona a man adopts when he dresses as a woman is known as his "femme self".
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- Boyd, Helen (2004). My Husband Betty: Love, Sex and Life With a Cross-Dresser. Sdal Press. p. 64. ISBN 1560255153.
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