Well, 'sneaking' behavior (smaller males being tricksy rather than taking on large competitors head-to-head) is a pretty well-documented reproductive strategy; I did a study on it once in wetas (really big, ugly bugs). Though they hadn't evolved into the cross-dressing phase yet... does seem like it would carry certain, er, risks.
Executive tranvestite cuttlefish, oh boy, on the subject of the subjectless, you can pick up a good deal on the Dress to Kill DVD at Virgin Records. Strangley, I find executive transvestite cuttlefish easier to swallow than action transvestive cuttlefish. As for love newf's pic, well... it reminds me of when I was seven and my mom and sister kept on getting "ideas" I wonder if it had anything to do with triggering my borderline insanity.