masculine man cross-dressing and wearing makeup/wig in public

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    Jul 26, 2014 4:29 PM GMT
    What do ya'll think about this? Do you think a masculine man with really broad shoulders and muscles should really cross-dress and do these kind of things in public to look good? Do ya'll think it looks good for someone like that to do that?
  • SilverRRCloud

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    Jul 26, 2014 5:07 PM GMT
    If a dude feels like it, he should be free to do so. He is doing harm to no one.

    Would I go for such a dude? Nope, probably not. But it takes all kinds...

    Even those who see themselves as very specifically defined types feel that they sometimes break the mould, cut the rope and set free...

    IMHE, dudes do it for simple fun, mostly.

    SC
  • killercliche

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    Jul 26, 2014 5:52 PM GMT
    Waldorf said to look good?


    That's a pretty subjective idea. Logic would lead one to believe that since women's clothing and apparel are designed for women's bodies they more often than not would not "look good" or at least properly fitting on a man.

    Having said that, if he wants to do it, most people believe we only have one life, so better now than later.
  • BloodFlame

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    Jul 28, 2014 11:39 PM GMT
    MrDiva saidWhat do ya'll think about this? Do you think a masculine man with really broad shoulders and muscles should really cross-dress and do these kind of things in public to look good? Do ya'll think it looks good for someone like that to do that?


    Nah, if he feels comfortable doing so, I don't see the harm. I remember seeing a video of these two MMA cage fighters dressed in drag for fun and they put the beat down on some guy who were trying to physically assault them. It was awesome lol.

    But anyway, yeah, there may be a few guys who will be put off by it depending on where you live but do what makes you happy.
  • Webster666

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    Jul 29, 2014 6:53 AM GMT
    This is how the person chooses to dress.
    It's really no different than dressing Goth or Grunge or Leather or Punk or Latex...
    He's free to make that choice, and I support him, 100%.
    Imagine the courage it took for him to do it the first few times.