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#26 2019-03-09 21:24:15

Ape14
Anonymous user

Re: ever feel the feeling to wear clothes from the opposite sex?

^ this man knows what's up

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#27 2019-03-09 21:38:59

fatFairy
Anonymous user

Re: ever feel the feeling to wear clothes from the opposite sex?

no

#28 2019-03-09 23:00:50

creamy_Cthulhu
Anonymous user

Re: ever feel the feeling to wear clothes from the opposite sex?

i mean  its just some cloth why does it needs to be seperated for men/women and in this time you can already choose to be the opposite sex if you feel like that and its already possible to do that in hospital so what should these people wear if they arent allowed to wear corss dressing (as thats what it is called?)

#29 2019-03-10 05:51:09

RadicalRag53
Anonymous user

Re: ever feel the feeling to wear clothes from the opposite sex?

Lonely_loser wrote:

if you are a man, you must fit and wear men's clothes; if you are a woman, you can wear women’s. Why then from the very beginning people were divided into several sexes? If it is normal for you when a man wears women's clothes, then I ask the question of why our grandfathers participated in the war?

There is a significant difference between social and biology.

Since the very primal ages, women used to wear more clothes because the female body has lower temperature than male.
Each human era has its meanings behind men/women clothing, wereas it can be resources (like war), biology (like body heat) and/or status (like high heels which used to be worn by KINGS, yes, MALES)

Before telling "how normal" is it to wear other gender clothes, you must remember that the world has LOTS of societies.
Each society has its own meanings for each piece of clothing.

Example, you can call a skirt women cloth, but what about kilts?

Wearing clothes that your society told you that "fits" your gender is the most natural manner of saying "hey, stranger, i want to you to treat me like this".

But thats is not a rule. If you want to be treated like the other gender, dont you think its normal to wear their clothes?

#30 2019-03-10 06:13:32

nuclear_noodle
Anonymous user

Re: ever feel the feeling to wear clothes from the opposite sex?

how would it feel to be spanked by amy cross dressed

Last edited by nuclear_noodle (2019-03-10 06:13:46)

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#31 2019-03-10 17:03:17

Friendly_fluff
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Re: ever feel the feeling to wear clothes from the opposite sex?

Friendly_fluff wrote:
Friendly_fluff wrote:

What

What

What

#32 2019-03-10 20:28:51

Lovable halo
Anonymous user

Re: ever feel the feeling to wear clothes from the opposite sex?

Lonely_loser wrote:
RadicalRag53 wrote:

erm, that is called Cross Dressing
its a normal practice, not only for personal life, but also for public appearances like Drags

im into wearings girls earrings sometimes, makes me feel pretty

if you are a man, you must fit and wear men's clothes; if you are a woman, you can wear women’s. Why then from the very beginning people were divided into several sexes? If it is normal for you when a man wears women's clothes, then I ask the question of why our grandfathers participated in the war?

Clothing has a lot to do with self ID, the representation of how one views themselves. Societal construct has gone very far, and will continue to evolve as time goes by. We're humans, born with the will to do whatever we want. We're the only species that goes on "vegan" diets, eats tofu, makes cheese, believes in multiple religions... because that's what separates us from other animals. And as time goes by, we become more and more complex due to how we adapt to changes.

#33 2019-03-10 21:56:41

nuclear_noodle
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Re: ever feel the feeling to wear clothes from the opposite sex?

Friendly_fluff wrote:
Friendly_fluff wrote:
Friendly_fluff wrote:

What

What

What

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#34 2019-03-10 22:27:54

yucky Youth
Anonymous user

Re: ever feel the feeling to wear clothes from the opposite sex?

No, it's usually in colors I don't like, or it looks like clothes I already have.

#35 2019-03-11 00:54:43

majestic Madman
Anonymous user

Re: ever feel the feeling to wear clothes from the opposite sex?

^ Uh, let’s not keep that going.

-Tomahawk

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#36 2019-03-11 16:54:25

ugly-usher
Anonymous user

Re: ever feel the feeling to wear clothes from the opposite sex?

Mental illness, that´s what it is. Nothing inherently wrong with certain types of woman´s clothing, but if you're wearing a sun dress that Is fitted for a women; you have issues.

#37 2019-03-11 19:27:03

NaughtyNoodle33
Anonymous user

Re: ever feel the feeling to wear clothes from the opposite sex?

ugly-usher wrote:

Mental illness, that´s what it is. Nothing inherently wrong with certain types of woman´s clothing, but if you're wearing a sun dress that Is fitted for a women; you have issues.

How does simply wearing a dress mean you have mental issues?

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