we just have had our x-mas party and it was a big one for over 1500 people where i would say 75% are young girls/women (average age 23) , there was a big dance hall with podiums where there where proffessional dancers. not wearing much clothing . one of the dancers was a guy in a corset ,with surspenders and stockings and heels .Most of the lady friends i was with found him qute fasinating , not laughing or mocking him but more curious and some thought he was cute ,
i am sure the reaction would not be the same if he walked down a normal high street dressed like that ,Acceptance and undersyanding is one of the big things we chat about here so this is a bit of a step in the other direction so i can only think that the location/job has something to do with this or maybe the younger generation is mor accepting for things out of the norm !! .
Most would have a different attitude to a professional dancer
After all the costume would be seen as part of the job
However it might make them think about crossdressing
Spring may come early?
Can u direct me to the nearest Time Machine?
Next time, I'll start dressing at 23, instead of 50+!
A new year tends to mean a new start to many.
But, why make a lot of resolutions you'll kick yourself later for breaking?
I prefer concentrate on the fun things I wish to enjoy this year. Then, just do what I have to do to make them happen!
your right he was a dancer so you lool differently at him , (true) but we did talk to him and he did admit to wearing womens clothing when not at work ,
( the best bit also was he was 10 times better to dance in his heals than most of the girls )