expression of the 19th century in UK to name those actors who dressed and acted as women to make women’s roles in the Victorian burlesque theater. There are two main theories about the origin of the expression, on the one hand would have the meaning of drag by the type of clothing, very large, that was dragged on the floor, and secondly the acronyms DRessed As a Girl or Dressed Resembling A Girl .

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