I definitely take notice when a girl wears a tux. I don't really say anything, though the first thing that enters my mind is that she's from the LGBT community. It's probably unfair for me to assume that but I do the same with guys. Unless it's Halloween, straight guys just don't wear dresses and even if they did, it would be like 1 out of 30. <br />
To me, it's both ways. I don't say anything, of course, cause people should wear what they want to wear, regardless of what anyone else says.
its getting the line kind of blurry isnt it? thats what fashion is all about. its up to men to come out of their own shells if they want more choices in what they wear. women did it.
i think so, yea.
no they are actually Butch Cassie and Sunface Kate, they are actully Hetrosexual and put on act as Lesbians
The dress is a cultural thing, in Africa the Middle East they wear a long robe like dress. Many tropical islands wears wrap around skirts men and women. <br />
Yes seen a few lesbians who do dress male like in their choice of jeans, t-shirts etc.
not really - it's hard for women to be cross-dressers because of their unisex fashion opportunities - when they cross-dress it's usually more overt, like wearing really formal, old-fashioned men's clothes, or fake beard/mustache