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  1. #21

    This isn't a trend...not sure why it's here. The only guys who wear womens items are gay men and crossdressers. My opinion, I don't know why a piece of fabric is gender exclusive in the first place. People can wear...whatever pieces of fabric they want?
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  2. #22

    I don't care people can wear whatever they want

  3. #23

    They prob could not fit in my clothes and they best not go near my shoes either....
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  5. #24

    Quote Originally Posted by sandcastle35 View Post
    This isn't a trend...not sure why it's here. The only guys who wear womens items are gay men and crossdressers. My opinion, I don't know why a piece of fabric is gender exclusive in the first place. People can wear...whatever pieces of fabric they want?
    My post definitely had some satire, but I feel there is some trend to at least stretch traditional boundaries here (in the U.S.)

    Girls jeans:
    Real men wear girls' jeans - latimes
    https://www.glamour.com/story/men-bu...s-skinny-jeans
    Leggings:
    https://nypost.com/2017/02/03/these-...o-wear-tights/
    The ever so stylish romphim:
    https://www.esquire.com/style/news/a...e-new-romphim/

    Maybe it is all crossdressing, but that's really just a label--I always took that mean guys wearing dresses. And it is definitely interesting how gender and clothing has progressed over time.

  6. #25

    Whilst I'm quite sure how I feel about it won't make any ounce of difference to its occurrence, I'm personally not a fan of it. Am I attracted to it? No. Does that matter? Most likely not.
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  7. #26

    I think rather then gender it is about adjusting to the time and place. For example I don't think it's appropriate to wear a thong in a parade when there are children around, no matter what gender, in fact I think a thong is something one should only wear in front of ones romantic partner but offcourse if one is sick or drunk or being kidnapped, etc. there are allmost allways exceptions that one can't help, or may have regretted, and I don't meen that those shouldn't be forgiven. I think it's more about being mindfull how ones clothing affects others feelings and wellbeingy. If a guy want t wear a pink sweater with roses on, or a wig; I would encourage it! Go ahead, it's your choise. We are nolonger in the stone age. As a teen I used to borrow my dads shirts a lot because I thought they looked cool, and often I borrow his hats or caps too when I wisit.
    Last edited by Electra; 01-08-2019 at 07:12 PM.
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  8. #27

    Thread full of liberal want to show they vision of ""free mindind"" by logical fallacies if i prove that wrong with longg and good explanation get banned because i prove gender and much more things like that are bad for long term civilazion and men need to men and wwoman need to be woman and social acceptation of that become the end of white civilization race , and more by a lot of science statistics prove by jews people at harvard and MIT (25% Jews i like jews people like ben shapiro) use this studies in Israel ( THAT WHY GAYY AND GENDER DECADE IS NOT ACCEPTED AT ISRAEL because they have real science, not buzzfeed shirt take 2 studies to write 10 articles to say trans and traps are good and everybody)

    So for social peace and stop of decade. I think people do this need to be arrested.




    Trans people after being ""treated"" (So explain and therapies to make a woman trans she must have the basic sex behavior she had at birth) REDUCES by 25% the rate of release in trans people.







    Why population the most ""oppen minded"" on gay and LGBT is the population whit the most cheater statiostics and no marriage ?
    Why there is a correlation between social peace and acceptation of LGBT population ?
    Why we can say LGBT destroy family and traditionalism and that create a big wave of people less personnal values encourage decade like cheating , and more ?
    Why the most LGBT country have the mlost of cheaters ? Why we have the less in the country LGBT culture doesn't exist ?

    Because There IS a correlation
    20161118-cheat-countries.jpg

    Why thats the same with divorce ?

    ""new feminism"" and ""lgbt"" block and desstroy traditionalism and kill him.
    White people need to stop that and heal themselve.


    I Have an idea on the solution.
    BBut i'm not sure you will be okay with this idea.

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  9. #28

    Quote Originally Posted by Creator 22 View Post
    Speaking of tiny pockets or no pockets, I've noticed this has only been a thing for about 4 years. Because women's clothes before that always had normal pockets. Probably some subtle marketing scheme to get women to buy handbags, but I'm not falling for that shit, I hate handbags, gimmie my pockets back.

    My sister and I bought my mum a nice $80 rain jacket once, we saw the zips and didn't think much of it- of course they're pockets. Nope... They were just there for show.

    Honestly what the actual f*** what retard came up with toys idea? So many times I've picked up a nice pair of pants or something to try on and they have no pockets. Seriously annoying.
    Real feminism is pockets on female clothing.
    Quote Originally Posted by Doccium View Post


    Heh, they want women to buy handbags yet here they are, buying in the men's aisle. Honestly, handbags really do suck. It's unbalanced and can easily be stolen. More a fan of bagpacks.
    Utility belt. Been wearing one for well over a year now. I'm possibly the only person on the planet who has heard the words "Cool fanny pack" uttered unironically.

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  10. #29

    Quote Originally Posted by ricericebaby View Post

    Utility belt. Been wearing one for well over a year now. I'm possibly the only person on the planet who has heard the words "Cool fanny pack" uttered unironically.

    Unfortunately I am not a fan of belts. They make me feel like someone is trying to strangle my hips/belly 'cause they don't know how to do it properly. However, it really would be a solution. Though I must admit that I've never seen a place which sells them.
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  11. #30

    Quote Originally Posted by Doccium View Post


    Unfortunately I am not a fan of belts. They make me feel like someone is trying to strangle my hips/belly 'cause they don't know how to do it properly. However, it really would be a solution. Though I must admit that I've never seen a place which sells them.
    The one I bought has straps on both the front and the back so you can adjust it accordingly. This is the exact model:
    https://www.zootzu.com/collections/l...=1517559250970

    It's important that you can sit comfortably in them, especially in a car, so I opted for one that didn't have pockets in the back. That particular company has a variety of styles available, as well as size variant options (for example, larger belt sizes sometimes come with extra pockets and pouches).

    You generally have to order them, but you can also find people who sell them in person at Renaissance festivals and other similar events.
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