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    Who participated in crossdress day in high school

    In my school there was a dress opposite day it was where the boys dressed as a girls and girls dressed as boys.
    Did anybody's school have this?
    Did you dress up?
    Whats did you wear?
    How did it go?
    I never did do it I was too shy and not cool enough.
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    I have never heard of such a thing. Maybe it’s a TN thing?

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    We had a "Sadie Hawkins Dance" in high school. Basically the girls were supposed to ask out the guys to the dance on "Sadie Hawkins Day". But it morphed into guys dressing like girls and girls dressing like guys on Sadie Hawkins Day long before I was in school.

    I never participated as I wasn't popular enough to care about it even though I would have loved to.

    By the mid 80's the schools stopped having that because too many kids took it too far on the dress up day and the administrators felt it was not appropriate anymore.
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    My school never had it. If they did I would have done it for sure

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    Well mine was an all boys school, so not sure how that would have worked.

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    It was called Dress opposite day
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    Never had a crossdress day.
    The Sadie Hawkins dance is where everyone looked like thy came from the mountains.
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    The school I attended didn't have a day like this. Of course it was an all male school. Cheers
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    We never had a day like that either. I would not have had enough cloths any way, to dress like a girl that early in life.

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    My school did not have a crossdress day, and I don't think I would have had the guts to participate.

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    My school had it as part of Spirit Week. I never dressed. Though most of the girls in my school didn't dress too differently than boys to begin with.

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    thats the one
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    When and where I went to high school an "opposite dressing" day would not have been accepted by most of the school. Then again, there were no real rules against bullying in place back then in practice ... you survived however you could.
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    Not in Catholic school.
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    Not in my large urban area. If you want to see potential outcomes check out Youtube. There are plenty of young guys attired in prom dresses.

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    We did not have a Cross Dress day, however I became the unofficial Mascot for the Varsity Cheerleading Team. I should have used more padding up top. LOL

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    Not my school either but if they did I was way too shy to join in.
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    Gender Blending day was one theme day at the local high school during homecoming week. It use to be cool and fun and radical enough to actually be considered supportive of gays (they don't really know cross dressing very well). I'd say about half the kids participated, but usually in pretty simple, generic ways. Maybe a hat or a tutu. Not many full blown, all out guys trying to pass as girls. That was kinda rare. I haven't seen that theme for a few years, though. I think now it's become like whites in black face, or other bullying, or cultural appropriation. They don't want to be politically incorrect or be seen as insensitive to trans people or others in the LGTBQ culture. There are probably are a couple dozen trans people in our school of about 2500 people (frosh-seniors). If anything, I'd say gender blending or gender fluidity, are becoming a more accepted mainstream choice. The world is changing. Slowly. I only wish I could have been a leader 40 years ago.
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    We had crossdressing day one year during
    spirit week, but there was zero chance of
    me doing it - I was waaay too chicken.

    It's a darn shame - I was the shortest boy
    in my class and basically prepubescent;
    I would've been sooo cute at 14. Took me
    another 14 years until I dressed, and 14
    more until I did it with any regularity.

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    My school did that once for "school spirit week", aka Homecoming Week..... I didn't participate because like many others here, I was too shy and not "cool" enough. LOL

    Oh, my school also held a "Womanless Beauty Review"...? Again, I didn't participate for the same reasons. Also, one reason they did that was because the women just wanted to see the guys dressed like girls..... Smh
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    On really hot days, my school allowed gentlemen to remove their jackets and ties. I think you can figure out that we didn't have a crossdressing day, And, yes, it was a public school!
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    Realize I graduated around 40 years ago. In my high school we had Spirit Week on the week we played our rivals in football. Everyday was a different theme, and I don't remember any of them, expect Friday was dress as the opposite sex. The only ones I remember dressing as the opposite sex were some of the football players and the cheerleaders. They dressed as each other.

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    We had spirit week at our school.

    I did not participate.

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    We had it but they quit doing it before I was old enough to participate. This was in the early 50s

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    Quote Originally Posted by tbryant2k16 View Post
    My school had it as part of Spirit Week. I never dressed. Though most of the girls in my school didn't dress too differently than boys to begin with.
    We had it as part of spirit week as well, however I never kept track of which day it was in order to participate. Not to mention I wasn’t doing any crossdressing or thoughts of it until several years after graduating. I wonder if we went to the same school!

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