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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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Call me conservative, but
I think men who dress up as women for reasons other than humour are a bit mentally ill. Nothing wrong with being gay, but a man dressed as a woman is like putting lipstick on a dog. Men - apart from Asians, maybe - ALWAYS look shit as women: lumpy legs, big noses, stubble, gangling walk, big shoulders. For a man to dress as a woman is to insult women rather than praising them by emulation.

I used to live in Brighton - which must have a higher than average amount of cross-dressers - and I saw a guy there who was a perfect case in point. About 6'2", an adam's apple like he'd swallowed an anvil and a face like Richard Ashcroft. He looked like a shaved Honey Monster. And yet he had this thin, curly hair, rouge, lipstick and a dainty floral dress and heels.

Live and let live - yes - but he looked like a feckin' tosspot as a woman. As a guy, I'm sure he looked fine. If you admire women, leave it to them to dress like one.
(, Thu 15 Mar 2007, 15:52, closed)

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