Clothing, Gender and Sex

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Clothing, Gender and Sex

kawigrl kawigrl
do you wear clothing of the opposite sex?
Answers (private voting - your screen name will NOT appear in the results):
female
84
male
20
hetero
16
homo
12
bi
49
mens clothing
28
ladies clothing
42
both
59
Total votes: 310 (114 voters)
Poll is closed
01/29/2012
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Ansley Ansley
I don't wear men's clothing. It's not an aversion to cross-dressing, it's an aversion to the style of clothing itself. I just don't like any of it.
01/29/2012
deltalima deltalima
Quote:
Originally posted by kawigrl
do you wear clothing of the opposite sex?
If a guy gives me his clothes, I would. But I don't go buying it.
01/29/2012
Nazaress Nazaress
I'm a female and I don't wear "men's" clothes. I wear clothes that are considered masculine and male-dominated in our current society. (Ha ha. I'm not giving you a hard time. I'm just being silly and hoping that one day, the world won't be split up into blacks and whites.)

I used to wear clothes from the boy's section a lot when I was a young girl. I never wore feminine clothes unless it was a special occasion. Now I wear both styles of clothing. It's not a cross-dressing thing. I just like those clothes better. I guess I was and I still kind of am a "tomboy".
01/29/2012
PeachieClean PeachieClean
I wear whatever is comfortable. A lot of times guy's pants are more comfortable.
01/30/2012
El-Jaro El-Jaro
Honestly, I wish more women would wear men's clothes. There's just too much variation in size and style that it would drive anyone to eating disorders and psychosis! When is a 14 NOT a 14...almost all the time it seems.

At least with men's clothes, the sizes are mostly right on the measurement. Plus, guy's clothes are cheaper on the whole.
01/30/2012
KyotoAngel KyotoAngel
Quote:
Originally posted by kawigrl
do you wear clothing of the opposite sex?
I'm a bisexual female and I wear female clothing (I have a thing for lace, ruffles, ribbons, bows, and shiny things on clothing) or gender neutral for the most part, but every now and then I like to mix it up a bit and wear a tie or something as an accessory.
01/31/2012
Jasco Jasco
Sometimes I wear the tshirts (mens) to lounge around in - they are more comfy I find.
01/31/2012
mistressg mistressg
I have no problem wearing "men's" clothing, or very stereotypically "girly" clothing.
01/31/2012
null null
I occaisonally wear mens' clothing. I even get hand-me-downs from my younger, but bigger, brother.
Guys clothes are just comfier, and they look great coupled with the right female pieces.
02/05/2012
PDXlady PDXlady
I share clothes with my boyfriend all the time and I shop in the men's and women's section, but I think most of my clothes are women's clothes.
02/09/2012
charletnarouh charletnarouh
Day to day, I wear women's clothing, but I do perform as a drag king (women presenting as a man) so for performances I wear boys clothing.
02/14/2012
tA tA
All of my shirts are men's. My shoulders are wide enough that they look a lot better on me. Some of my pants are men's and my shoes are too.
02/14/2012
True Pleasures True Pleasures
I'm wearing my husband's boxers right now. His shirts are pretty comfy, too, but they're huge on me. I went through a phase in middle school where I only wanted jeans from the boys section. I still have a couple shirts from the boys section that I can still wear today, but everything I get now comes from the female side of the store.
02/14/2012
Destri Destri
I am a female, lesbian, and I prefer men's clothes... but I will put on a dress or skirt when the situation calls for it.
02/18/2012
mutewolf mutewolf
Wearing guy's jeans is easier for me because I'm a "plus size" girl and am 6'2". It's hard finding a long leg in a 16/18 sometimes so I'm switching to guys jeans. I wear guy shoes too since I'm a size 12 and it's easier to get a hold of size 10 guy shoes than size 12 girl shoes.
02/19/2012
Eliza Eliza
I wear women's clothes most of the time, but I have a lot of unisex shirts and lounge wear.
02/19/2012
LAndJ LAndJ
I'm a hetero female and wear female clothing, with the exception of a t-shirt or sweatshirt of my partner's occasionally. I have a sweater from the men's section, but I pair it with a cute tweed skirt and boots, so I hardly think that counts. Also, I'll grab one of my partner's button-down, collared work shirts once and a while, roll up the sleeves and belt it across the middle, then wear it with leggings, so that too I think doesn't count.
02/19/2012
richsam richsam
Quote:
Originally posted by kawigrl
do you wear clothing of the opposite sex?
i wear my bf sweaters all the time
02/25/2012
Ms. Spice Ms. Spice
No. I identify as female and I wear feminine oriented clothing. You couldn't pay me to dress in a masculine manner. I'm not entirely sure of my sexual orientation.
02/25/2012
Kitka Kitka
I identify as a pansexual female and I sometimes wear men's clothing, but mostly stick with women's.
02/25/2012
Ms. Spice Ms. Spice
Quote:
Originally posted by mutewolf
Wearing guy's jeans is easier for me because I'm a "plus size" girl and am 6'2". It's hard finding a long leg in a 16/18 sometimes so I'm switching to guys jeans. I wear guy shoes too since I'm a size 12 and ...
I understand the shoe thing. My sister has a size 11 in women's, and it's next to impossible for her to find shoes that fit her. Unfortunately, she has very feminine tastes, so we'll spend hours in shoe stores trying to find shoes that match her tastes AND fit her feet. It's a nightmare.
02/25/2012
SparkleRox SparkleRox
I'm a pansexual female and wear mostly "female" clothing, mostly due to preference in style. I wear size 10 shoes and prefer skater-type shoes though, so if I find a pair I like in the men's department I don't hesitate to get those instead. It's gotten to the point where I only glance over the women's sneakers before checking out the men's.

I occasionally steal my bf's shorts, and I almost exclusively wear his shirts to bed. Overall I worry about comfort more than whether or not the clothing was intended for a male or female.
02/26/2012
PhantomBowie PhantomBowie
Male here, Bi(ish, in that state of confusion atm). I have a couple girl shirts because of the material and tightness that I could not match in men's clothing. It actually first started when I was at a concert and they only had female shirts left.

I do own some pairs of panties. Mostly because I like the material and variation.
02/26/2012
Badass Badass
i wear my boyfriends clothes and he wears mine, so it kind of balances out.
02/26/2012
Modern^Spank^Anthem Modern^Spank^Anthem
sometime I wear my husbands clothing
02/26/2012
corsetsaurus rex corsetsaurus rex
I wear whatever is closest on days were I don't have a uniform, and since I live with two guys this can end up looking pretty odd. Still, unless I have to dress up for some reason this formula is what is convenient/comfy.
02/27/2012
RonLee RonLee
For a short time many years ago I worked as assistant manager at a women's clothing store at a mall. I never did try on any of those prom dresses, who knows maybe I should have. Back then I might have looked good in one.
02/28/2012
PirateofPenance PirateofPenance
Quote:
Originally posted by kawigrl
do you wear clothing of the opposite sex?
I like individual articles of boy's (not men's really) clothing, but I don't often wear entire outfits that would look totally typical on a guy.
02/29/2012
Pink Kitty Pink Kitty
Quote:
Originally posted by Ansley
I don't wear men's clothing. It's not an aversion to cross-dressing, it's an aversion to the style of clothing itself. I just don't like any of it.
This is EXACTLY My feeling I hate mens clothing. I have always found womens clothing cute. Mens clothing is so baggy, and gross looking. AND there is not a wide variety of options as far as style. I think I shall reply to this thread.
02/29/2012
Total posts: 65
Unique posters: 61