My Husband Wears My Clothes
by Peggy J. Rudd, EdD, 1999. A definition and discussion of crossdressing from the partner's point of view.
Crossdressing With Dignity
by Peggy J Rudd, EdD, 1999. An informative addition to Dr. Rudd's first book.
The Bliss of Becoming One! : Integrating 'Feminine' Feelings into the Male Psyche Mainstreaming the Gender Community
by Rachel Miller, 1996. An attempt to correct inaccurate information about transvestites.
Crossdressers: And Those Who Share Their Lives
by Peggy J. Rudd, 1995. An intimate view of the lives of crossdressers and the significant people in their lives.
Crossing the Stage: Controversies on Cross-Dressing
by Lesley Ferris (Editor), 1993. A collection of essays focusing on cross-dressing in theatre, cabaret, opera and dance.
Girlfriend: Men, Women, and Drag
by Holly Brubach, Michael James O'Brien (Photographer), Michael J. C'Brien (Photographer), 1999. An exploration of drag in major cities around the world.
Miss Vera's Finishing School
by Veronica Vera, 1997. An informative textbook for readers who want practical advice about all things femme.
Transvestites: The Erotic Drive to Crossdress
by Magnus Hirschfeld, Michael A. Lombardi-Nash (Translator), Vern L. Bullough, 1991. A classic written in 1910 by one of the founders of the study of sexuality.
The Man in the Red Velvet Dress
by J. J. Allen, 1996. A look inside the world of crossdressing from the perspective of a crossdresser.
Transformations : Crossdressers and Those Who Love Them
by Mariette Pathy Allen, 1990. A wide variety of photographs and personal stories from the point of view of crossdressers, spouses, and children.
My Husband Betty
by Helen Boyd, 2004. A straight woman who has been married several years to a crossdressing man gives a thoughtful account of their relationship (as well as the relationships of other crossdressers she knows) in this forthright and revelatory book. "Instead of putting a 'pretty face' on crossdressing," Boyd writes, "I think this book paints a more realistic picture."
7 Secrets of Successful Crossdressers
by Lacey Leigh, 2003. Lacey is an enthusiastic advocate of open crossdressing – using the power of a pleasant, positive, and personal example to boost community and personal acceptance of this commonly misperceived attribute of gender identity.