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Published 2 years ago with 7 Comments

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  • SteveRoy

    As a man, (even as a child) I never understood why women thinks it's ok to wear something without functional pockets.

    • leweb

      Exactly! Depending completely on a purse must be an absolute PITA.

  • itdm5j21 (edited 2 years ago)

    I wonder if the mere act of wearing something, if it suits you, may mean that the item, even if correctly labeled - whether of male or female attire - transcends being gender specific at all. I'm thinking of some shoes here e.g. 'Loafers - if you can get them in your fitting [I can't seem to though] you can wear them; Gentleman or Lady.

    I remember an English teacher who used to say 'It's not my shirt, it's the person who's wearing it'. And when Susannah York(deceased now, sadly) wore a mans suit in, I think, 'The Killing of Sister George' that looked sensational plus feminine at the same time. Anyway, great account of the month trial.

  • kxh (edited 2 years ago)

    The Eldredge knot is awesome. I want to know what the Yonic Tie looks like.

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