Thank you to the last poster for adding that very important information. I was not aware of this group. One learns something every day.
I have gay friends and when I was single I really enjoyed going out with a gay male friend of mine at least twice a month on a Saturday night. You are right ... often men have fantastic taste in women's clothing, make-up and hairstyles and my friend sure did. I must also add that going out with my gay friend was the most fun I ever had. He loved to dance and we'd go to clubs. We just had a blast and I didn't have to worry about him coming onto me all the time. It was a great breather, and it also left me with some heart-warming memories.
I would suggest you sit down with your mother and ask her if you can get some therapy. You need help to decide who you are and what you want to be in the future. Do you have tendencies towards being gay or do you feel your personality is in the wrong body? If you feel you slide towards wanting to be a woman then you need professional help to get you through this emotional transition and your mother needs therapy to try to cope with this. It's difficult for straight people to understand men dressing up in women's clothing or women dressing like men. The important thing is, you have to remain true to yourself. It's also important to know that cross-dressing doesn't mean you are gay!
Have that talk with your mom and get some professional help with this. You are confused right now and your mother is upset (and you can't blame her for that) and hopefully once the shock has worn off she'll be more supportive in your endeavors.
Good luckMarcyAnswerI agree with the first answer; crossdressing (transvestism) does not define a persons sexuality. (transvestism means when you wear clothing appropriate forthe opposite sex; men or women) Many adults practice transvestism in private and also go in public and "pass" as the opposite sex. YOU have to decide how you feel. As answer #1 suggested, if you feel as you may be transgendered, meaning that you feel you were "born in the wrong body" and feel like or want to be, a female, then you really should get some therapy; (many people feel it's to "expensive" but low income folks can get assistance). HOWEVER, if crossdressing is a "fetish", where you feel "stimulated" or aroused, and you are secure sexually with being a boy, then it really isn't the end of the world. You need to have a heart-to-heart talk with your mom, and explain how you feel. Then you should go to the library or Google on the Web, and get some information on the above terms; you can gain a lot of insight. HOPE THIS HELPS! AnswerThe solution is talking. Be honest and considerate. Although your mom may not be happy about it, talk together and establish some good rules you can BOTH live with. For instance, will she allow you to dress up at home...perhaps at some certain time each week. Will she allow you to own some clothes and where will they be kept. If you are lucky, she may even help you once she has some time to think about it, and understand a bit better. I'm sure she would rather help you dress up at home than participate in risky behaviour outside the home to accomodate your crossdressing. Maybe she will put her foot down and just not allow it, but I doubt it....she loves you. Don't sneak, Don't lie about it. Those things are much worse. Talk. Give her time. She might just surprise you. Suggest thrift shops. Show your mom some respect and she might just turn out to be the best mom in the whole wide world. AnswerYou don't need therapy. You are not crazy. As much as 50% of males try crossdressing at some point in their lives. Have fun with it, life's too short. AnswerFor the last poster. No one said that this person who cross-dressed was crazy, but men who cross-dress are not totally comfortable with it because they seem to feel there is something wrong with them or they are on the border of becoming gay and it can cause many long and sleepless nights. That's why therapy is so important. If someone just likes women's clothing and wants to dress up in private that is their business. If they feel they are possibly in the wrong gender of body then they need professional help to decide who they should be and that doesn't mean if it's a male they shouldn't become female.
Marcy i have to agree with you on this , It doesnt mean he is gay or even bi , In some cases it could be a plus to have a son who doesnt mind shopping , He may even have a good fashion sense about things . I will also recommend a group called Tri-ess . They are about things of this nature and have the best experience in dealing with crossdressing as they are a support group and there are chapters all over the country . But by all means let your mother have time to think and sort things through . Dont push it. But do tell her how you feel . cause right now she may feel she has failed in rasisng you properly which isn't the case . If you talk things through with her she will probably find she raised you better than she thought , You havre to keep in mind that boys are generally taught to hold things in and not talk about them where girls talk about them and get on with their lives . But do get in touch with Tri-ess as they could help you in this situation . Just do an internet search for them . The reason I mention this group is because they have therapist who are familiar with this field and sometimes going to other therepist who don't and are prejudiced will get you in worse shape .answerwell i can see why she may be angry as its her clothes and stuff but many of want to be. You need to sit down with her and tell her that it is natural and it doesnt mean that ur gay. At least you have told her and she hast to realise that and it doesn't make you gay
Most of the time its to tell men and womens clothing apart.
womens clothes were not really different then they are now. they wore uggs and strapless dresses and leggings they had hair like we do today.
Every clothing vendor has womens clothing. I am not sure why you ask...
in womens clothing. They didnt have enough money to buy them any clothes so they had to borrow clothes from the women there.
Whatever makes you happy!
yes you can try on womens clothing in the store I would check with the individual stores but most are okay with it I am sure its more common than you think
Today, they wear clothes just like us- but they do have some traditional clothes as well. One being the womens Flemmish klederdracht
Delta Burke has a line of plus sized clothing. Chadwicks also offers large womens clothing. You can request one of their free catalogs to be sent to your home. Many popular designers have plus size clothing lines. Calvin Klein, Ralph Lauren, Michael Kors, and Tommy Hilfiger all have stylish clothes for any woman's needs.
I'm 12 and I'm usually an 8 In womens clothing :)
Yes. Men can wear womens clothing and many do. Sometimes men feel bored so they try on a couple bikini's or thongs or miniskirts. Some men go full out and wear womens clothing in public. When i am home alone i try on my sisters bikini underwear and her tight clothes. I have a girlfriend and i am straight. I just get bored. Also, men can wear womens jeans, hoodies, jumpers, socks and such without looking like a cross dresser.
Yes, they absolutely can. clothing doesn't have any effect on sexuality or whether or not you are a cross dresser.
Size 20 womens pants are what size in mens clothing
noble womens cloths was tight clothes but peasent was loose
80% of crossdressers are straight they do so because they like the feel of the clothes and they choose to do so
For what age?
Depense what shop that you purchase your clothing from. Size 13 in womens clothing can range from size 6-8.
It depends on what your planes are for the evening and what you do for work :). However, check out http://www.bizrate.com/womens-clothing/lane-bryant-evening-wear/ for some clothes you might want.
Yes, men can collect women clothes.
In a magazine, he did once say he wore womens jeans.
buy him a girls clothes and let him go and let him do girls or womens do if its tired of doing that ask him why he like to wear it