A Transviler is a one-man transvestite and drag queen who travels the country as a public entertainer, performing all of the shows he does for free. This person is often the most public person on the streets, and there is no legal barrier for the public to see him performing or attending his shows (even in a transvestite-specific venue).
A person who appears a public entertainer is usually a woman impersonating a man (usually drag queen, sometimes male impersonator, and sometimes gender-flipped man or trans man). To make this work, the person has to appear at one of the many drag shows she performs in every week, typically a club, theater, or gay bar. For a given week, the transgender person must make a living from these performances.
A Transviler has very few rights in her profession as a transvestite entertainer. She cannot use men’s bathrooms whatsoever, but she does have the legal right to perform as a transvestite in any public restroom or other place to which she chooses. She is required to cover up in her outfits (and her drag talent is frequently an item to be advertised). She can not be arrested, and even if an officer does encounter her, she must keep an un-nudated body (but a man wearing women’s clothing is allowed to make a body-to-body contact with him within the law).
The Transviler also has the right to perform in private dressing rooms, at a bar or restaurant, in front of a mirror with her drag talent on, if she so chooses. The Transviler may have to pay her drag talent for this privilege (and if you are at a bar or club, you could be charged for it!). If a Transviler makes a public appearance, the law still considers it the same as the usual person acting as a drag entertainer and performing public shows.
A Transvestite is considered as a performer under the Fair Employment Practices Act. This means that the law applies to any private, non-discrimination-related business or business-to-business relationship between the person performing public shows (i.e., a drag performer) and the person who is paying the expenses of her or his expenses (i.e., the person who paid her or his drag talent). Under the law, anyone acting in a transvestite “performance” can file legal proceedings with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission if she or he was denied or not granted
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