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Post Reply Why can girls dress like guys but guys cant dress like girls?
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kirika202 wrote:


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would your really want to see me wear a skirt with hairy legs and a thong??




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no........ that's just not right.

I like chicks who have a little tomboy in them. Its much easier to talk with them because they most likely have something in common(watching sports, action movies, playing video games etc). But seeing guys dress like that just disgust me.
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Okay... what if a guy has moobs, grows his hair long and shaves his entire body?

Maybe it could pass...
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I cant pull it off its kind of easy to tell Im a guy, but.... I heard that skirts are comfortable from girls and great mobility.
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...It would probably hurt...
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Because society is (unfortunately) extremely misogynistic. Being masculine is almost always used as a positive adjective (meaning aggressive and confident) while being feminine is almost always used as a negative adjective (meaning weak and insecure). Fortunately, in the last decades things had changed and chauvinist men are often looked like a relic from the past by younger generations (male and female). There is still long way to go but things get better. Some of the stories that my parents told me sound like an ancient science fiction stories now. We are depending more and more on technology and electronics and less on physical strength.
Regarding your specific question, as a man I can promise you that most men are extremely insecure. Finding that what the person they though was a cute girl is indeed a cute guy makes them feel extremely guilty. Some of them feel so guilty that they act aggressively towards that person. Most men have a hard time recognizing the fact that admitting that Chris Hemsworth is a good looking dude doesn’t make them homosexuals, it just makes them not blind. Any straight man should recognize the different between Chris Hemsworth’s body and Woody Allen’s body. Many women are confident enough to complement a good looking woman who they find attractive without having to say every 5 second "but I'm straight!, I'm straight I promised!!".
I loved sports in high school and I've been always an athletic guy but still suffered a lot of bullying not for being feminine but because when I was a teenager I loved Visual Rock Bands like Dir en Grey, X-Japan or Luna Sea. I got insulted all the time and punched a few times, because I have pictures of my favorite rock star like Hide in my folder. Still I never hid or run away and I always punched back. I will never apologize for my musical or personal taste regarding anime or manga just because someone random dude feels insecure and self-conscious and it’s too cheap to go to anger therapy. Fortunately for me now I'm 5,11 and I'm not perceived as an easy target so I never had any more problems since I left high school. Still I helped a couple of times people who were getting bullied in College because I remember that not so long ago I was the victim.

We have enough strong ones, we need smart ones now.
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That is very true. It is just the way society is. I'm against the standard gender roles and am all about people following their passions. If a male can pull off female clothes, by all means, go for it. I am confident enough in being straight that the clothes I wear wouldn't instantly cause me to be insecure about my sexuality. Of course, I am way more open-minded versus the average person.
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100% with you, Srslydude. I think most women find more attractive a guy that is confident about his sexuality than someone that needs to insult minorities in order to convince everyone that he is "masculine". Also and against the stereotype, according to the A.P.A. (American Psychological Association) finding dressing as a woman exciting is more common among heterosexual males than homosexual males. Most homosexual males do not find dressing as a woman exciting since they are not attracted to the opposite sex. If they do it is often "just for fun" (drag queens comedy rutines) not because they find it stimulating. I met some feminine heterosexual guys in the past that they just could not keep up with the alpha male standards that society was expecting from them. Maybe there were shy or their voice or attitude was "softer" than the average guy. Also according to study done by Stanford University a couple of years ago regarding sexual tendencies, heterosexual males were capable of recognizing homosexual guys (by watching a video of people talking and interacting with each other in a gym) in only 54% of the cases. Which, indicates that when people assume someone is homosexual because he is feminine they are wrong 46% of the cases.
In my book, as long you are a good person, I don't care how do you look, walk or dress.
I will judge you according to your behavior not according to your clothing.
Posted 1/15/14
if all guys look as good as him in girls clothes. lmfao

he's Chinen Yuuri btw.
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God Gave me the power to understand things I cant change and change the things I can. Some quote I read and it really fits perfectly here lol.
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100% with you, Srslydude. I think most women find more attractive a guy that is confident about his sexuality than someone that needs to insult minorities in order to convince everyone that he is "masculine". Also and against the stereotype, according to the A.P.A. (American Psychological Association) finding dressing as a woman exciting is more common among heterosexual males than homosexual males. Most homosexual males do not find dressing as a woman exciting since they are not attracted to the opposite sex. If they do it is often "just for fun" (drag queens comedy routines) not because they find it stimulating. I met some feminine heterosexual guys in the past that they just could not keep up with the alpha male standards that society was expecting from them. Maybe there were shy or their voice or attitude was "softer" than the average guy. Also according to study done by Stanford University a couple of years ago regarding sexual tendencies, heterosexual males were capable of recognizing homosexual guys (by watching a video of people talking and interacting with each other in a gym) in only 54% of the cases. Which, indicates that when people assume someone is homosexual because he is feminine they are wrong 46% of the cases.
In my book, as long you are a good person, I don't care how do you look, walk or dress.
I will judge you according to your behavior not according to your clothing.


Wow! Those are very interesting studies. I can understand where it is coming from. It makes more sense that it would be more stimulating as a heterosexual versus a homosexual because you do find it attractive. Definitely something to think about. Pretty awesome stuff
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