That wearing clothes is at the very least mildly erotic should not come as a surprise in a gendered society which uses clothes to enhance the almost-non-existing sexual dimorphism between the genders; what should, indeed, be surprising is that there do exist some people who claim not to be in the least erotically affected by clothing. Twitter may be over capacity or experiencing a momentary hiccup. Interesting also how he talks about how society separates these two sides of ourselves so that they seem separate, when in fact the two parts should feel whole, because all of us contain both parts. See the latest conversations about any topic instantly.
I would suggest that the typology that felix writes about represents the vast majority of crossdressing males with only the dysphoria being wholly absent or full blown and leading to transsexualism. I was on personal display for him. He discovered that the pantyhose were crotchless, and considered putting them on first, since his panties could then be removed easily.