Cross dressing yes or no?

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  1. Siliconsteve

    Siliconsteve Paid Member

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    So a few times I've been in Morrison's where I live and on three occasions has been quite clearly a man in full on skirt and blouse sat with what I assume is his mother eating lunch. two occasions I was alone so no issue but third occasion my ten year old son wouldn't take his eyes off but I thought would be obvious if I upped and took my tea and bun somewhere else. lol. so something you do or don't mind seeing as it's 2017 and not 1917
     
  2. Micah

    Micah Clumsy McButterfingers Moderator

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    Not an issue for me, I worked with a guy who's now a woman and we never brought it up - it's a very psychological thing, so they deal with enough as it is. I believe people who cross-dress have to do so for a few years before having gender reassignment, it's all part of the evaluation process to ensure they can deal with the permanent changes later down the line.
    The mind is a very powerful thing!
     
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    Couldn't of put it better myself :smile:
     
  4. Siliconsteve

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    It didn't bother me but wasn't sure what to tell my son.lol
     
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    My GFs mum works in a school and she said most years there will be a a student who comes back the next year as a different sex.
     
  6. Siliconsteve

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    Crikey at what age
     
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    I understand people wanting to change gender but this bloke was a short thick set man with beard and moustache who looked as tho he woke up this morning and thought I no I will dress as a woman and take mum out for lunch, which he clearly hadn't as was third time I've seen him
     
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    Lol, nice pins?
     
  9. Siliconsteve

    Siliconsteve Paid Member

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    Lol I suspect short hairy legs
     
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    Primary school - 6-11 year olds.
     
  11. Siliconsteve

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    Surely that's too young
     
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    I thought the thread title would be a euphemism for something else, however no, it's about blokes dressed as women... :smiley:

    I've encountered a couple of them at work when I'm out and about. One is particularly 'friendly', which is a worry...looks like Cher but with the voice of a camp Brian Blessed. Alarming.

    The other I didn't know about and was a complete surprise when I got the 'reveal'. I knocked on the door and was greeted by a pair of legs in fishnet stockings and high heels. Panning up, there was a short skirt - at which point I thought to myself 'hello...' Got to the facial area and realised it was a bloke with about as much femininity as a breeze block. Felt like crying. And vomiting.

    ETA: Just for clarification, I work for Royal Mail and so it's part of my job to knock on doors... I didn't want to give the impression I was some kind of cross-dresser hunting Louis Theroux kinda guy...
     
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    Haha likely story . are you a secret c.d:chair:
     
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    I once followed a cyclist the whole length of alder shot high street whilst dribbling over the arse and legs. only to discover at the lights it was a man.lol
     
  15. Chris

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    Would never get that sort of impression from you Jimmy :wink:
     
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    nutnutwelshman Gold Member

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    LIFE IS SHORT be happy enjoy life none of us are perfect just move on and LIVE YOUR OWN LIFE
     
  17. sevenfourate

    sevenfourate Devotee of OCD Paid Member

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    Agreed. Just not in a skirt if your names Andy.
     
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    What about Syer? That name pull off a skirt?
     
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    sevenfourate Devotee of OCD Paid Member

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    Compliment accepted :smile:
     
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    Would say that's wrong as its more to do with what the parent wants at that age.

    Gay, straight, black, white doesn't bother me. Life life to the max, we only regret what we have never done and we all die alone in the end.
     
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