Aggie1976 saidIn a relationship do you find yourself wearning your other half's underwear or other clothes? Do you find it disgusting to wear their underwear?
Often the other clothing articles, not underwear. Except for one BF, who asked to have my boxers when I was going trough my first serious overweight period (in one right now), and had to buy myself larger underwear. I never asked for them back, even after I lost the weight.
But swapping other things like shirts, ties, belts, outdoor jackets, etc, I've always done, and still do today with my partner. We even borrow shoes sometimes, though we sprinkle a powder for athletes foot in them first.
The ex-BF who'd worn my boxers was so cute one time. He'd gotten an invite to a museum gala, to which I was not invited, which kinda ticked me. But it was a very conservative community, where I was officially known only as his house tenant, and I had no connections or credentials with that group. Husbands & wives got invited as couples, but not male "friends."
Black tie was preferred, which he didn't own. Since I wouldn't be attending I said he could wear my dinner jacket and all accessories, only my short trousers not fitting him, that we got for him from somewhere else.
I dressed him myself because he wasn't familiar with formal attire, helping him with the studs and cufflinks on my pleated wing-collar shirt, and tying his bow tie, his neck fortunately the same size as mine. (Not only important because of the shirt collar size, but because I have my bow ties custom made for me to my exact neck size, with no adjustable buckle on the neck band, something I hate to see visible when matched to a wing collar)
And as I was tying his bow he started to cry, and blurted out "What's happening to me? I feel just like Cinderella!" and it made me cry, too, and we hugged. He'd never worn evening clothes before in his life. I did worry his tie would fall apart on him, those things always needing regular snugging, but I don't own any pre-tied bows. So I showed him how to keep it in order, and he managed OK.
I like sharing clothes -- it can be a great male bonding experience, especially gay male. BTW, for those who might like a custom-made tie, at surprisingly reasonable prices, little more than a pre-tied, check out where I buy mine:Beau Ties Ltd