posted on May, 12 2011 @ 05:39 AM
Females can wear any type of clothing made and nobody ever calls them crossdressers or accuses them of being sexually deviant for it. Sometimes I see
a boy and a girl couple walking down the street wearing the exact same pants, hoodie and sneakers. If the couple were both wearing the same skirt or
dress it would cause a scene. Boys should be able to wear all the clothes made as well without discrimination. There is no excuse for it. Since
girls where everything there is no longer girls clothes and boys clothes. Non-bifurcated garments are much more friendly to the male anatomy and for
most of history males did not wear pants. Also to consider is that beauty and fashion is for some reason declared these days to be only the territory
of girls. Men were the first to wear short skirts, tights, even high heels. Check out King Louise XIV. All that has been taken away from men and
any man who dares partake in fashion freedom is called a fag, or a tranny or a transvestite etc. It's disgusting that people behave this way. Yet,
men bring it on each other most of the time. It is far past time for everyone to wear what they want and what feels good without discrimination.
Furthermore, yes there are transvestites who get a thrill from doing something that society says they shouldn't, or from trying to pass as the
opposite sex. Yet wearing whatever clothes you want doesn't mean you are trying to do something taboo for the sake of it. I see guys wearing skirts,
even dresses in my area somewhat regularly. They look just fine in them, and it's not like they are wearing stuffed bras and pretending to be the
opposite sex. Although, who cares if they did, really? Plenty of girls wear very unflattering clothes and have messy boyish haircuts and nobody
gives a care. I wonder when western culture will get over its infantile hangups. It's just fabric after all! Does it really screw up other people's
lives whatever a person decides to wear? Pants make a lot more sense for girls anyway, as girls don't have anything between their legs for a seam to
be jammed into. I guess that wearing anything that people associate with girls is demeaning to men because being female is somehow a demeaning thing.
Guys spend all their time chasing after girls yet use female characteristics and body parts as the greatest pejoratives against other guys, as if
females are trash.
edit on 5/12/2011 by 0001391 because: typo repair