About Savannah Hauk


After reading Living With Crossdressing – The New Normal, you will know more about my life than many people do with whom I interact with on a daily basis. Although I do live a dual life when it comes to colleagues, co-workers, and friends, I am an open book to the right people. Living With Crossdressing – The New Normal is available in paperback and in digital format on Amazon.com, and available in digital format on other platform services like Barnes & Noble Booksellers, Ratuten Kobo, Apple Books, and more.

I hail from Detroit, Michigan, where the climate of acceptability in the 80s and 90s was less than stellar for crossdressers and other transgender folks. Twenty years ago, I moved to the big city of Manhattan Island for work-related reasons and discovered a world (or a couple of boroughs) where alternative lifestyles were so much more socially acceptable. Eventually, I moved out onto Long Island to live, work, love and explore both my masculinity and femininity. Now, my latest move has me living in a new regional culture of the Upstate of South Carolina.

I hope this journey is of help for both for the crossdresser in understanding themselves and who they could become, and for those partners, friends and families that may need more words to help support and foster their own understanding and acceptance of a person whose lifestyle may be foreign, misconstrued, and scary.

Live well, love well, and be the best beautiful creature you can be.

More About Savannah Hauk


You can find and follow Savannah Hauk and Living With Crossdressing on other social media and points of connection.

Facebook @livingwithcrossdressing

Facebook @savannah.hauk

Instagram @savannahhauk


Crossdress Radio Network Podcast Guest Appearances

Famed Crossdress Author and Writer Savannah Hauk

Book “Living with Crossdressing” – Savannah Hauk

WOW Crossdresser Must Read Book “Living with Crossdressing”

I’m From Driftwood Story

Crossdresser Finds Support And Connection In South Carolina LGBTQ Community

Crossdresser Finds Support And Connection In South Carolina LGBTQ Community (video/transcript)