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    Aspiring Member Lacy PJs's Avatar
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    Geez, show a little love for those of us who don't have a "womanly" shape. With my broad shoulders, long arms & long torso, my choices are limited indeed. If I could buy fancy blouses with 36" sleeve length and maybe... 26-30" length, I'm all there.

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    Silver Member CynthiaD's Avatar
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    If you went out wearing a skirt made for a man, would people call you ma'am? I doubt it, so why bother? On the other hand, skirts are about a hundred times more comfortable than pants, so there is some appeal, I guess.

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    Platinum Member Beverley Sims's Avatar
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    I think most respondents reflect the same feelings as you do.
    Even a pink jumper for a man is not the same as one designed for a woman.
    It is a psychological thing but, bras for men?

    No thanks.
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    and beauty will follow.

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    Member Tami Monroe's Avatar
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    I will have to say that some of this bothers me, but by the same token, in the case of, if they have corsets, hosiery, or other lingerie designed for men that will fit better than women's lingerie, then I am all for it. They advertise garterbelts specially designed for men with no hips. It may not be 100% the real thing, but, it will work without a lot of modifications, so I am all for it. I think it sucks that I m not built like a GG. In fact, I feel cheated. I wan to buy off the rack GG wear and go with it. However, reality throws in facts like pantyhose rolling down sometimes, or waist cinchers (not corsets) failing to do what they advertise that they do. With this said, if there are feminine items designed for men that will do the same job, I say "Hip, hip, Hooray!"
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    Hi Natasha, It's just some slick marketing strategy of over priced items.
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    Aspiring Member ShelbyDawn's Avatar
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    Honestly, the male lingerie ads I have seem make me feel like I am looking at gay porn.
    Nothing wrong with gay porn, it is just not my cup of tea.

    I wold be very interested in finding some ads for casual day wear; dresses, tops, skirts, etc., specifically made for men.
    How many time have we all found that "cutest dress ever" that we couldn't buy because the waist was too short or the bodice too tight...

    Do people say bodice any more?
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    I never wear wamans clothing made for man, and never will try

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    I don't like lingerie for men either, as I also prefer actually dressing up in clothes made for women. However, if there was lingerie - and other clothes - designed for transvestites and crossdressers, I think I would be interested. I mean, clothes that were obviously made to look female and give a female appearance, very much like traditional female clothing, but which were a little more forgiving in those areas where we are most different from girls. As much as I love the feeling of slipping on a pair of sexy, lace panties, I would also sometimes wish that there was a bit more room in them

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    Girly Girl gailprice's Avatar
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    I am with you on this one Natasha

    Gail xx

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    Silver Member Maria 60's Avatar
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    Well in reality if they make men's bras and skirts and I still wear women's bras and skirts that still makes me a crossdresser.

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    I love the IDEA, but rarely is the quality, style etc really a viable option for me.

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    Super Moderator Raychel's Avatar
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    I have to say that I would never buy anything like this. Items made for men or
    designed for men, really do not appeal to me at all.

    But for the cause, I think advertising these type of items is a good thing.
    If the world starts accepting a man in a utility skirt becomes more accepted, then a man
    in a dress would not be all that far off.
    my sister's reply when I told her how I prefer to dress

    "Everyone has there thing, all that matters is that you are happy, love what you do and who you do it with"

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