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Men, have you ever worn womans clothing?
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25 / M / Canada
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Posted 7/30/14
Yeah. Nothing kinky. Just goofing around with the girlfriend. She had a purple poncho/shawl, it was actually quite comfortable.
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24 / M / Ohio, USA
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i choose not to answer.......................
Posted 7/30/14 , edited 7/30/14
Nope. My shoulders are too broad, so most women's clothing would just look goofy.
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33 / M / outer wall, level...
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i look good in a plaid miniskirt.
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33 / M / Seattle
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Posted 7/30/14
Not me. Maybe I could dress up as a girl someday, but I just don't have the looks to pull it off. The closest thing I wore that is considered women's clothing is a tightsuit.
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29 / M
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I had an ex-girlfriend who set me up to it. I really don't make for a pretty girl.
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22 / M
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Posted 7/30/14
Nothing serious. Donning female sunglasses or a female hat to mock a sister.
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23 / M / Scotland
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Posted 7/30/14
noooope.... Iv never even worn a kilt and i'm scotish
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23 / M / Beyond The Wall
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Posted 7/30/14
I wore a female hat. Does that count?
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20 / M / Tennessee
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Posted 7/30/14
No, can't say I have. I do think it'd be an eye opening experience though.
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M / Pennsylvania
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Posted 7/30/14
Yes, and still do honestly. But shhhhhh :p
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19 / M / New South Wales
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Posted 7/30/14

minatothegreatjiraiya wrote:


thievingsquirrel wrote:


Is it because you are a fellow transvetite?


No, nothing like that. It's just that I can't say no too easily to my sister.



Fair enough.
Posted 7/31/14
I used to dress my little brother like a girl, I made him wear pretty dresses and a wig made out of shirts XD I thought he was adorable....until my mom found out and almost hit me...she got so mad I never tried to do it again too bad he is not an anime fan or else he'd have posted here: "my evil older sister made me do it"

I wear his shirts sometimes...even though he's 16, his shirts fit me great and I love them but he also wears my shirts so we're even. (my wardrobe is not girly at all so I think is ok for him).
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Posted 7/31/14

phiregirl wrote:

Why? why do we separate cloth as "men's'" or "women's"? wear what you want. I am not of the mind that clothes make the man.


^I most agree.
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24 / F / Johnstown, PA, USA
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Posted 7/31/14 , edited 7/31/14
This reminds me of Theatre class back in tenth grade. At the end of the year, my class helped clean out some old junk as a favor. A male classmate took one of the props, a tube dress, and slipped it over his clothing. Now, he was an attractive guy, and a basketball player. He was very popular at the school. Very athletic, with a build that reflects it. Well, the dress fit him tightly. It hugged his lithe and muscular frame very well.

I was all but drooling at the sight.

So... I'm of the mind that, depending upon the wearer and the clothing, men can be sexy in women's clothes.
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