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A real man wearss his *own* clothes. He doesn't feel the need to play dress-up in lady's clothes. Why would a man pretend to himself and the world that he's something he is not? A real man wouldn't feel the need to put on girlie clothes and cheat on his loving wife with other men. Crossdressing is a pathetically sad behaviour. It digusts me and it troubles me but what good can come from shaming a person who is beyond shame?
These clothes are all my own :)
Try not to get to wrapped up in what other people are doing u will go crazy.
I couldn't explain to you why i like to crossdress any more than i could explain why i like coffee.
To be honest i stopped questioning why my fem side kicks in, apart from the fact the clothing is softer and much more sensual i really have no idea, and who cares.
I do this you do that. Its a big world smile more, start talking about the things you like more than giving your opinion on the things you hate.
I no its been covered a bunch of times in this thread but
Sexual identity isn't the same thing as sexual preference.
after all are all tomboys lesbians i think not.
Personally i have no interest at all in guys.
Posted: 8/30/2009 4:32:27 AM
|Women cross dress all the time, doesn't bother me at all.|
why would it? Just because some designer chose an outfit to be for a man or a woman, doesn't mean those are the only people who have to wear it, get real lol.
Posted: 8/30/2009 3:55:07 PM
These clothes are all my own :)
The shame of it all is that you look better than the majority of women in those clothes. Sh!t, I'm jealous of your legs. But a bit of friendly advice...the white shoes look a ticky tacky hot mess, girl. You should know better than that!.
Also, why do you list yourself as a woman seeking woman? No matter how much lipstick you put on, you're not going to be a woman. Then you list IE. I would think that you wouldn't show up in searches for what you are seeking. And lesbians don't want you. Just sayin.
Posted: 10/21/2009 12:54:08 PM
|For me its an important part of who I am. Its better for me than prozac, and works like viagra with the right heels.|
Posted: 10/21/2009 4:29:00 PM
|So S to the B lucky for you you live in the deep south. Home of the largest Crossdresser Convention in the world in Atlanta. Doesnt that just want to make you move to Canada? Knowing that all these men are having a convention so close to you. Dressing up and loving life and being free from the constraints of what society says is right and wrong. Im not going to post a link to the site as you might go after them and try and hurt them with your way of thinking.|
Posted: 10/21/2009 8:17:59 PM
|It doesn't bother me; I have friends who are cd's (and other friends who are TG) I'd date a cd but probably not a TG simply because i want all the parts to be working for real.|
Posted: 11/4/2009 8:25:29 AM
|Both of you should just have a sex change...seems your not comfortable with your own gender....and if you have children...i bet they are so proud of you !! Both|
Posted: 11/4/2009 5:04:51 PM
OP: One, congratulations on finding a mate that partakes in your lifestyle. That is a rarity indeed! Two, It is quite common for a man to be dressed as a full fem. There are many you would not even suspect to be gals!
I have heard stories from more than one man about seeing a beautiful woman at the local coffee shop, of him taking in her beauty and femininity, her legs and curves...thinking how he could never get a woman like that....and she gets to the counter to order her coffee, and she sounds like Darth Vader......
It's much more common than people think.
If he was prettier than me, I'd be jealous.....*pouts*
Posted: 12/14/2009 6:44:21 AM
|i want to start cross dressing entirely. right now, i wear men's shirts, pants, and jackets, but carry handbags and wear nail polish, lip gloss, and tall boots. soon, i will start to buy women's tops and bottoms. just hope i can find some that fit and look good on me and that my family will not go crazy about it. i love women's clothes, but really despise men's clothing.|
Posted: 12/15/2009 11:46:08 AM
|I would be in trouble if I was a man....my family worked in the fashion industry, and I was brought up around wonderful fabric, lace, trims, that certainly wouldn't be appropriate for a man.....men's clothing is very limited...women's clothing is virtually unlimited....|
Posted: 12/15/2009 1:26:28 PM
|Let's throw in a monkey wrench here....looks like this might be happening because of chemicals....what would you do?|
Denmark has unveiled official research showing that two-year-old children are at risk from a bewildering array of gender-bending chemicals in such everyday items as waterproof clothes, rubber boots, bed linen, food, sunscreen lotion, and moisturizing cream. A picture is emerging of ubiquitous chemical contamination driving down sperm counts and feminizing male children all over the developed world. Research at Rotterdam's Erasmus University found that boys whose mothers were exposed to PCBs and dioxins were more likely to play with dolls and tea sets and dress up in female clothes. 'The amounts that two-year-olds absorb from the [preservatives] parabens propylparaben and butylparaben can constitute a risk for oestrogen-like disruptions of the endocrine system,' says the report. The contamination may also offer a clue to a mysterious shift in the sex of babies. Normally 106 boys are born for every 100 girls: it is thought to be nature's way of making up for the fact that men were more likely to be killed hunting or in conflict. But the proportion of females is rising. 'Both the public and wildlife are inadequately protected from harm, as regulation is based on looking at exposure to each substance in isolation, and yet it is now proven beyond doubt that hormone disrupting chemicals can act together to cause effects even when each by itself would not,' says Gwynne Lyons, director of Chem Trust.
Read more of this story at Slashdot.
Posted: 12/19/2009 5:48:14 PM
Ok we should close down all chemical companies and including the drug producers companies. That is bad how the Canadian Pharmacies will be able to get medicine supplies to sell to us, Americans cheap. Here it goes my Xmas money.
This phenomena doesn't really have anything to do with "chemical companies" or "drug companies".
What it's saying is that some of the "ingredients" in everyday household items, are causing boy children to have higher levels of estrogen in their bodies. This is leading to more feminine behaviour....like boy children playing with dolls.
This is a hormonal imbalance, and has nothing to do with the child's "choices".....
Posted: 12/20/2009 10:29:47 AM
|as far as i am concerned, being any gender is a drag. ha ha i am so fuking brilliant.|
Posted: 12/20/2009 5:15:32 PM
|I don't know if these things were around in Leonardo's day, but I know that what they used for pigment in paint back then was probably enough to change some chemical balances in the brain....|
Some people think of crossdressing as a form of mental illness. Have all mentally ill people become that way by "personal preference"....I don't think so.
Denmark has unveiled official research showing that two-year-old children are at risk from a bewildering array of gender-bending chemicals in such everyday items as waterproof clothes, rubber boots, bed linen, food, sunscreen lotion, and moisturizing cream. A picture is emerging of ubiquitous chemical contamination driving down sperm counts and feminizing male children all over the developed world. Research at Rotterdam's Erasmus University found that boys whose mothers were exposed to PCBs and dioxins were more likely to play with dolls and tea sets and dress up in female clothes. 'The amounts that two-year-olds absorb from the [preservatives] parabens propylparaben and butylparaben can constitute a risk for oestrogen-like disruptions of the endocrine system,' says the report.
Posted: 12/20/2009 9:18:48 PM
Being a transvestite is not a mental illness, if you are going to claim that some people say this, going to need to see some factual data.
Everything in medicine is subject to exceptions....I was drawing a parallel to "everyday use products" changing the chemical structure of the brain of a small child, to mentally ill individuals having altered chemical structure of the brain.
And...for the most part, there is a difference between cross dressers and transvestites.
Well, since transvestites are not mentally ill I think this is a bit moot, but here:
You know that transvestites are not mentally ill? Have you met all of them? My point is that you are making generalizations.
You state that Michelangelo wore women's clothing....how do you know? Were you there?
The study that I posted may or may not be accurate. I believe it was a research study, not a scientific study. Even scientific studies can be tampered with......I posted it as a matter of interest, not gospel truth.
What about "Borderline Personality Disorder"? That is classified loosely as a 'mental illness', and data seems to show that is a "personal preference". So there are 'some' mentally ill folks that do choose it as a lifestyle.
As for BPD, I assume that you have read elsewhere that I have this disorder. The DSM-IV classifies BPD as an Axis II personality disorder. That isn't considered "classified loosely" as a mental illness...trust me. It's definitely a mental illness. During my travels as a mentally ill person, I have learned much about diversity, and have been in elevators full of crossdressers/and or transvestites...they were people getting on with their day, as was I...that's all. I will forgo any rebuttal about your character.
The article originated on Slashdot.com. If you want more information than I posted here, you will have to join the site.
Posted: 4/14/2010 10:43:55 AM
|What plumbcrazy said..|
Posted: 4/15/2010 8:09:36 AM
|when i was young, my best frien moved back to italy, he sent a birthday present, they where silk panties, i was confused, and my mom explained that that was normal in europe|
i am not a into crossdressing, but, what does not have a negative impact on me personally , really has nothing to do with me
if its for you ,more power too you!
after all, if you think about it, if someone where to be brought threw time, even just a few decades, they would find that the vast majority of women, are cross dressers
Posted: 4/15/2010 1:00:30 PM
|I am woefully unequipped to cross dress. I don't even own one dress. I'd need a woman to do my makeup as well. I would entertain the idea just out of sheer curiosity of what I would look like and how good an illusion I could pull off. Also the hot pseudo lesbian action if I was with a woman would be neat.|
Why am I admitting this?
Oh yeah one time my cousin said to me straight out "you'd make a good chick"
Maybe I would.....never tried it though.
Posted: 12/21/2010 12:37:51 PM
|Good Lord.......you ^^ have revived 7 threads on panties and cross dressing.....|
I think we all got your point!!
Posted: 12/21/2010 12:50:10 PM
|^^^So true, MsM, so true...|
Gee, my problem is that the panties I like to see on ladies, thus would like to wear myself, probably won't hold my junk in. I'd have serious "zipper problems" with those.
Of course, a dress with no underwear might be welcomed ventilation in the summer. That's the one thing that ladies wear that spikes a tiny jealousy pang for me. A very tiny one. That's buried under the jealousy I feel for the guy with his hand around her waist who's gettin some later
Posted: 12/24/2010 3:40:56 PM
Good Lord.......you ^^ have revived 7 threads on panties and cross dressing.....
I think we all got your point!!
Lol thanks msmicki I was wondering what was happening...it was all different OP's.... I didn't think about the reviving issue!
Well, since I'm here...I suppose I should comment, but despite being open to a lot of things people look sideways at, this crossdressing thing is just one that I don't "get"...never will!
Have at it and have fun...just be careful! When I see you guys coming into my clubs I always watch out for some -jackass to start trouble....if you're going to go out as a fem, at least don't try to trick a guy...that's where the real trouble starts!
Posted: 1/13/2011 4:57:04 PM
|My coworker helped me pick out a costume for last years Halloween. I told her to pick anything affordable and I would do it. So of course she picked out something girly and we then went shopping for other girl stuff for the costume, shoes, makeup, etc. I was not looking forward to it at all. But I ended up having an awesome time on Halloween and so did she(although she was jealous of my legs and butt ). It was probably the most comfortable outfit I've ever worn haha. Would I do it again? Any day and time. I am completely straight and have no attraction towards guys at all. I never had an urge to crossdress, it was sort of thrown upon me randomly. |
Oh and I made a pretty damn good looking girl lol. I would've hit on me.
Posted: 1/13/2011 6:13:09 PM
|I can understand if it's a gay or bisexual man. Alot of them have an effeminate side, so this would be an outlet for them. I cannot wrap my head around a straight man who would want to wear womens panties, stockings and such. I just don't get it. Nor am I gonna lose sleep over it. These men are not beating down my door.|
Posted: 1/14/2011 2:13:06 AM
|Hey what can I say except -|
It all looks the same from behind when the garage "tilt-a-door" is up!
thats what the boys say in cell block number nine......