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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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I'm sort of cross dressed right now, does that count?
Wearing a pair of size 16 boot fit Levis, with lycra (they're way more flattering to the legs than many men's jeans) and sporting shaved arms. The rest of me is noticeably male.

I don't tend to go for dresses - it's really not my sort of thing. I do however like nail varnish, and glitter. This gathers attention, some of it from people checking me out but pretending they're not, some compliments and some outright arseholes from which I gain immense pleasure from telling them that I feel 'more comfortable in nail varnish' and not giving them any excuse to try and punch me, which winds them up no end.

Yes, I do like women quite a lot. Plus some men too..

Any form of cross dressing does tend to polarise opinion though. People either somewhat like or dislike it; in my experience it's not a particularly effective pulling tool, although that's not why I dress that way - YMMV. I suspect there's a very large difference in many cases between someone who does it as a bit of fun, to someone who does it regularly and on a serious basis..

Some women don't react well to you being better at putting on makeup or wearing clothes than them..

Men wearing women's underwear is fairly wrong though. M&S and others sell nice, non tacky, silky mens pants if you want that and they're designed to be properly supportive.
(, Wed 21 Mar 2007, 11:37, Reply)

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