I don't think the link came out, but I'll check the main page. Not to put down cross-dressers, but that's not for me.
But my point was I doubt many businesses would let males show up in clothing normally associated with the female gender. Also, while it's accepted for males to go outside without a shirt, if a female did that she'd be arrested in most places. We could nitpick and tie up the courts forever with petty cases over no earrings on males policies, and others not worth raising hell over. That's not a real sex discrimination case. Judge Judy would have much stronger language if this was brought to her TV court.