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Old 01-01-2013, 08:09 PM   #11 (permalink)
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You know...I say let people wear whatever they want. If you don't want to wear it then don't...no need to get your undies all in a bundle.

And just a little food for thought: it's considered kind of cool (or at least no big deal) when women wear "guy's" clothes but when it goes the other way, everyone has a fit.

Here's a man and dad who I think is pretty neat (and so sure about his own masculinity that he doesn't care what other people think): Nils Pickert: Around The World in a Dress and a Skirt
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I always wondered about that...girls even have clothing called "boyfriend jeans" or "boyfriend T shirt", yet guys just have the standard jeans or slacks and button style or pullover shirts...
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I was with a guy once who wished he was a girl. (Still does).
He would wear skirts and stockings and put his hair in pig tails.
The principal told him that he couldn't wear it to school.

I don't care what people wear, as long as I don't have to see anything I don't want to see, haha.
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Old 01-02-2013, 09:32 AM   #14 (permalink)
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My brother wanted to be tinkerbell for halloween at age 4....my mom convinced him to be peter pan. He grew up and was not teased and bullied at school.

Won't ever let my son (if I have one) wear women's clothing to school. Kids bully enough, why give them a target. I don't care if he is gay or straight, he can wear men's clothing until he is 18 and on his own.

In Texas it is a bit different than Chicago or New York lol
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Kind of amazing that justin bieber is considered an icon today, what the heck has happened poeple??
Um, yeah. If you're a TEEN.
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no need to get your undies all in a bundle.
Definitely wouldn't bunch up the undies wearing these!!
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Um, yeah. If you're a TEEN.
Makes me glad i was a teen...... in the 70's!
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