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Posted 8/6/15

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I've tried on dresses before. They comfy af, seriously.


I know right? Keeps the boys at a nice temperature!

You do know kilts are actually healthier for the boys at it keeps them at a good temperature, leading to more fertility? We got this all backwards!
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I crossdressed for Halloween when I was 13, Dad was pissed


Then there is my dad who has a picture of him cross-dressing at a West Point costume party. Pure.. Gold. There were a few of his friends with him too. They had the Hawaiian girl with coconut bra's... The dress. The female military garb and a French maid that scares me to this day... He pulled that off way too well :c
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Then there is my dad who has a picture of him cross-dressing at a West Point costume party. Pure.. Gold. There were a few of his friends with him too. They had the Hawaiian girl with coconut bra's... The dress. The female military garb and a French maid that scares me to this day... He pulled that off way too well :c


When I was around the same age, my dad participated in this mini drag show thing for fun, which was weird because he's super masculine. However, the way they did the clothing and make up was so bad - it was supposed to be funny but I was a little let down because I felt they weren't trying very hard. As a woman, seeing men wear almost clown amounts of make up and really unflattering dresses feels like I'm being insulted. At least your dad put in the effort. :(

To the rest of the men - wear your dresses with pride. They're awesome because instead of having to pick out a top and bottom, you just pull out one piece and you're done. Awesome comfortableness for laundry day. Why can't we bring back togas anyway? I wore one for a play once - they are SO comfortable and gender neutral. :3
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I have worn a Scottish kilt before for Scottish games here and TBH I liked the comfort- felt pretty good, I can see the appeal of a skirt especially on a warm day get a nice breeze on your steak and 2 veg.
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I am pretty sure most everyone in my direct family has cross dressed now. And I wasn't too bad looking... Pity I didn't have a wig. I could have beaten out Hizaki (still makes me feel gay to this day)!

Our family just gives no f*cks. We are pretty the epitome of left leaning family X) Probably due to all the time in the military and Europe.

I will def. need to get the pictures when I do my... 19 hour drive tomorrow (kill me please). That and I need to see if we still have a scanner. Could prove difficult there.

Edit: Nothing can beat the Dirndl when it comes to dresses. I LOVE traditional Dirndls! I may or may not have Lederhosen myself >.>

Edit 2: Added traditional Dirndls... the new ones are mehhhh. *Think Oktoberfest*
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I'm pretty sure I've said this somewhere before, but the only thing that makes a person gay is having sex and/or a romantic relationship with a person of the same gender. My husband and I have always been pretty fluid on gender roles in our relationship. He is him, and I am me, there's no "one pair of pants" that we have to fight over wearing.

Dirndl dresses look pretty comfortable - the old fashioned type that doesn't necessarily have a built in corset. My husband could wear pretty much anything and I would still be attracted to him. Even a dirndl. I don't think it's all that different than if I borrow his sweater, shirt, or housecoat (he really hates it when I wear his housecoat because I have two of my own).
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I've noticed that male shirts and jumpers tend to be thicker than the ladies versions. In winter, the guys' stuff is more cosy.
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I've noticed that male shirts and jumpers tend to be thicker than the ladies versions. In winter, the guys' stuff is more cosy.


awesome when gf wears my shirt then you put it on girls smell so much better than boys heavy sigh...................
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I'm pretty sure I've said this somewhere before, but the only thing that makes a person gay is having sex and/or a romantic relationship with a person of the same gender. My husband and I have always been pretty fluid on gender roles in our relationship. He is him, and I am me, there's no "one pair of pants" that we have to fight over wearing.

Dirndl dresses look pretty comfortable - the old fashioned type that doesn't necessarily have a built in corset. My husband could wear pretty much anything and I would still be attracted to him. Even a dirndl. I don't think it's all that different than if I borrow his sweater, shirt, or housecoat (he really hates it when I wear his housecoat because I have two of my own).



The gay part was a joke as Hizaki is so sexy that I would "tap that" until I heard his voice. It is more of a joke with my friends.

Lederhosen and Dirndl are very comfortable. They are only worn in Süddeutsch though (south Germany). Hochdeutschvolk (high Germany) don't really wear them. You do see a lot of them at Oktoberfest though. That and a lot of drunk Australians. I mean a LOT of drunk Aussies. I am still not sure why half that continent comes to visit then X)
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The gay part was a joke as Hizaki is so sexy that I would "tap that" until I heard his voice. It is more of a joke with my friends.

Lederhosen and Dirndl are very comfortable. They are only worn in Süddeutsch though (south Germany). Hochdeutschvolk (high Germany) don't really wear them. You do see a lot of them at Oktoberfest though. That and a lot of drunk Australians. I mean a LOT of drunk Aussies. I am still not sure why half that continent comes to visit then X)


Most of the people who take part in the Oktoberfest festivities here are just there for the drinking. So my guess about the Australians is that they really like your booze, lol. I tried the Oktoberfest big event in my city but it wasn't for me: too loud, too drunk, and no cultural displays. So now we enjoy our sausages, kraut, and home made pretzels in the comfort of our home. I'm more interested in the food, is what I'm saying.


Posted 8/6/15
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Posted 8/6/15 , edited 8/6/15

Freddy96NO wrote:


pandrasb wrote: Women have more color, plus there is a Hatsune Miku and an Asuna shirt that Hot Topic sells that I kinda wanna get.


PrinceJudar wrote: none of the cool shirts are made for women.


Ya exactly what I was thinking too when I saw that lmao
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no almost put on on girl's glasses though I'm so blind without my glasses and I had to get new ones so I pointed at some that looked ok but they were for girls
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since when are hoodies just women's clothing man i knew i was out of fashion but geez


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When I was younger I put on women's panties lol


By younger do you mean like, 24 hours younger?


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Dark_Alma wrote:

The gay part was a joke as Hizaki is so sexy that I would "tap that" until I heard his voice. It is more of a joke with my friends.

Lederhosen and Dirndl are very comfortable. They are only worn in Süddeutsch though (south Germany). Hochdeutschvolk (high Germany) don't really wear them. You do see a lot of them at Oktoberfest though. That and a lot of drunk Australians. I mean a LOT of drunk Aussies. I am still not sure why half that continent comes to visit then X)


Most of the people who take part in the Oktoberfest festivities here are just there for the drinking. So my guess about the Australians is that they really like your booze, lol. I tried the Oktoberfest big event in my city but it wasn't for me: too loud, too drunk, and no cultural displays. So now we enjoy our sausages, kraut, and home made pretzels in the comfort of our home. I'm more interested in the food, is what I'm saying.




Nothing wrong with that! I love good food too! I actually just got back from Specs getting about the closest bread I could to German bread. It had seeds and nuts in it and it was a dark bread to boot! I also do a lot of German cooking. I made Rind (beef) Rouladen not too long ago. I also have had Jägerschnitzel, Wienerschnitzel, Brautwurst, Kraut, and even some Küchen... and the best desert unknown to the world outside Germany.. Spaghettieis (Spaghetti Ice Cream). https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spaghettieis
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