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50. Do you ever wish you were a man or could dress like a man or had a man’s body? Was there ever a time in the past?
Not once, not even as a female raised by fundamentalist Christians who wanted the same privileges my brothers had.
I've never been fully comfortable in my skin, but I've always been comfortable in my gender.
Yes, because it is so simple for them and I think mens clothes are better made than women's clothes. The fabric is always better, they have more (and deeper) pockets, and I think even the stitching is stronger.
I Change the question: Do you ever wish you were a Woman or could dress like a Woman? I often thought that women have so many possiblities accepted by the Society how to Dress. I often thought About the question: If I was a Woman, what would I wear given that I could freely choose my Outfits. I think I like baroque or victorian Fashion a lot. I thought About what it would be like to moove in a gown like women had in baroque times or in the later 19 th century. What Feeling must it have been to move in These luxurious silk gowns and listen to the sounds the silk fabric makes while you walk accross the floor. It must have made you appear important.
not quite. I feel like as a woman you're more open from society to wear men's clothes than a man wearing say a dress which I hope will some day change and be open for all. and I don't wear bras anyway.
Yes. When I don't wear make-up, since I have quite a slim body and small chest, and quite a masculine face, I can look androgynous. But I'm always a bit too scared to really embrace it which I think is a shame, so I'll make a point of emphasising a female feature or dressing quite feminine.
no but I like shirts, tees, straight pants
I love Men’s department in Target, Old Navy,
Womens dept has mainly looks for a female I never see in person
No thank god im a woman lol.
I dress like a man sometimes. Often. I spent most of middle and high school wishing my body was more masculine, because I developed breasts very early and very rapidly. My confusing gender and sexuality certainly didn't help my perception of my own body, and I don't think that perception has changed much since then. Having a better understanding of what I want and who I am hasn't helped a whole lot, I simply ignore my feminine discomfort.
I wish I had boobs like a man’s chest. Much more flat and manageable.
All you need to have a man's body is to identify as a man. I identify as a woman and always have, so no, I haven't.
I wear men's stuff all the time. With my height & body style, there are plenty of ways to make men's attire feminine!
No to all questions
I've never wished to be a man, but I've worn menswear ever since I was a little vintage shopper. I have a very nice tuxedo cutaway jacket and a couple cummerbunds. I am most partial to wingtips.