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Report from Shanghaiist:
On Sunday, a group of soft-cheeked college boys decided to take a little break from their usual schedule of sleeping and playing Warcraft studying by putting on a cross-dressing cosplay extravaganza in the Hankou section of Wuhan.Report China Daily:
Calling themselves the “Alice False Mother Group” (爱丽丝伪娘团), the outfit apparently has strict recruiting policies for new members, and ironically apply their idealized feminine beauty standards towards males interested in dressing up like wispy classical Chinese beauties.
Xiaolu, a junior majoring in accounting at South-Central University for Nationalities that serves as spokesperson for the transvestite hobbyists, says the group’s members have to possess “long and thin legs, a frame that isn’t too burly, and a face that’s long enough to be delicate and handsome.”
With members from schools like Wuhan University, Wuhan Textile University, Huazhong University of Science & Technology and Huazhong Normal University, the False Mothers claim that they’re just average males when they’re not on stage, with a red-blooded affinity for basketball and other sports.
The main difference apparently being that most of the males receive plenty of attention from girls due to their delicate and non-burly features, with most of the members reporting they already have girlfriends. Incidentally, having access to girlfriends reportedly is a boon for when the boys need to learn how to walk in a ladylike manner, as well as teaching how to properly coo and mew while clutching stuffed animals.
Male students dressed up as models perform during an animation show in Wuhan, Central China’s Hubei province, April 8, 2012. About 20 male students from several universities in Wuhan formed a group to perform in various animation shows and became popular locally. Each student makes on average 500 yuan for one show, Wuhan Evening News reported. A member, who wanted to be identified as Hao Ge, said he learned to act feminine in speaking and walking from his girlfriend. “This is only a temporary student group and we will not continue this job after graduation,” the group has announced. [Photo/CFP]Photos from Tencent:
by Kalinda on April 10, 2012; source from: http://www.beijingshots.com/2012/04/cross-dressing-cosplay-college-boys-in-wuhan/