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The last time I wore a skirt was not as liberating or exciting as it could have been. I'd lost a drinking game and had been given the task of running from the bar, across the road and back again whilst wearing a friends clothes as a forfeit.

Easy, I thought. I hadn't reckoned on them getting every person in the pub to block my way back to the bar whilst I was outside. I had to FIGHT my way through. And I'm not much of a fighter.

Your own thoughts on cross dressing for fun, pleasure or profit are most welcome.

(, Thu 15 Mar 2007, 15:05)
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The things kids say...
I was obliged to escort a young cousin about town one day. The little lad was from the countryside and had led a very sheltered life (his parents have no TV and make him practise the clarinet all day.) So - we were walking past a Catholic church and a priest emerged. Cue little cousin shouting: "Look, that man's wearing a dress!" I had to explain that it was not a dress and that the man was a priest.

Later, we came across a hippy guy selling incense sticks. He had a long pony-tail. Quick as a flash, little cousin says, "Look - that man has long hair like a woman!" I had to explain to him that some men choose to wear their hair long and that he should be tolerant.

The very next hour, we saw a group of emo boys loitering outside HMV. They had long asymmetrical haircuts, earrings, make-up and the typical attire of the emo kid. "Look!" shrieked little cousin, "A bunch of attention-seeking, cross-dressing tossers who need a good kicking!"

"Good boy!" I said. Let's go for an ice-cream."
(, Mon 19 Mar 2007, 9:38, closed)

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