The Hadith has NOTHING to do with wearing female clothes! See for yourselves, here is the relevant portion of the Hadith from the scholar Cyril Glasse’s encyclopaedia of Islam:
The Prophet said to Umm Salamah: ‘Trouble me not concerning ‘Aishah for verily inspiration does not come to me when I am beneath the coverlet of a wife, except that wife be ‘Aishah’ [The Concise Encyclopaedia of Islam, Revised Edition, Cyril Glasse, Stacey International, 2001, p34]
No scholar or student of knowledge would ever take this hadith (or the other one they use) to imply cross-dressing, nobody with an ounce of knowledge and desire for accuracy would either.
Unsurprising, these fabrications were (and still are) being propagated by sad little ‘Christian evangelists’ who have no regard for the truth.
Waqar Akbar Cheema from ‘Let Me Turn The Tables’ seems to have found the bizarre little man (Sam Shamoun) who initiated these lies and has produced an in depth article rebuking him for his desperately made-up translations, ignorance and other deceptions concerning this issue. Here are a couple of tasters:
Sam Shamoun, first inserted the words ‘wearing’ in brackets for no reason. Perhaps he thought that Muslims will also swallow this word in brackets as easily as Christians have been adopting interpolations into the Bible.
He translated the word ‘thowb’ as “woman’s clothing” and related it to wearing. You will hardly ever find a liar of this caliber!
May Allah further send His peace and blessings on all of His Prophets. Ameen