Author Topic: Going out 'gender neutral'?  (Read 674 times)

Brdy64

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Do you go out 'gender neutral', making it difficult to determine your gender?

Clothes, hairstyle, etc...
How do you pull it off?

If not, have you thought about it?

Brdy64

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Do you go out 'gender neutral', making it difficult to determine your gender?

Clothes, hairstyle, etc...
How do you pull it off?

If not, have you thought about it?
I do this all the time now 😉
It's almost like a game. I just watch people to see their reactions.

Hair has grown to a short shag, on it's way to a full shag. My clothes are very gender neutral in style with much more off the women's shelf.
I never go out without shaving, and I let my bras shows beneath my lighter tops all the time. 

Not exactly Cinderella, but maybe a rough looking old lady. 

I am definitely confusing some people, and it's rather fun. 😁

Upfront

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I agree about the fun of meeting confused people.
I do not even try to be gender neutral, I just wear what is comfortable and suitable for the tasks of the day. Anything else is someone else's problem 

Gino

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Well, I generally wear one piece of female clothing but for the first time today I went to a local big box store in decidedly female tight jeans, women's sneakers, and a bra less thin stretchy black, tight deep V neck short sleeve T-shirt. My boobs while not very large @ 36B are very perky and do not yet sag. Boy did I get looks from the women but it seemed that not one man noticed :-)

I'm "petite" @ 5'3" and facially I'm not feminine, but It was refreshing


Brdy64

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Well, I generally wear one piece of female clothing but for the first time today I went to a local big box store in decidedly female tight jeans, women's sneakers, and a bra less thin stretchy black, tight deep V neck short sleeve T-shirt. My boobs while not very large @ 36B are very perky and do not yet sag. Boy did I get looks from the women but it seemed that not one man noticed :-)

I'm "petite" @ 5'3" and facially I'm not feminine, but It was refreshing
Congratulations, It sure feels refreshing to just be yourself, doesn't it? 😉
« Last Edit: May 10, 2023, 04:36:09 AM by 💁 ♂️ Birdie »

Upfront

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Well done Gino for proving that it is not difficult, but more importantly just being yourself. 
Enjoy your new found freedom 

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Well, I generally wear one piece of female clothing but for the first time today I went to a local big box store in decidedly female tight jeans, women's sneakers, and a bra less thin stretchy black, tight deep V neck short sleeve T-shirt. My boobs while not very large @ 36B are very perky and do not yet sag. Boy did I get looks from the women but it seemed that not one man noticed :-)

I'm "petite" @ 5'3" and facially I'm not feminine, but It was refreshing
Gino, when I finally capitulated into buying a pair of Lees on Amazon (so as to not arouse suspicion) and tried them on, the diff. was earth shattering to me. 

The darker pair are the womens... 



Brdy64

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They just fit better. 😉

The hormonal stew that grows the girls changes much more that just the chest. 👍

I'm wearing 'everything' off the women's shelves today. 😉
Blouse, tank top, bootie shorts, bra...
Even my shoes! 💃
Not exactly skirts and heels, more 'neutral' but still off the women's rack. 


 

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