who wrote the rules on gender specific clothes anyway? obviously i am biased on this subject but i think it doesnt matter what a person wears, the clothing does not define the person. now i do think that women have way more varieties to choose from made from all sorts of exotic materials and that people should be able to choose for themselves how they want to dress without everyone automatically assuming that they are a sissy or homosexual.
If girls who wear pants were "tom boys" then virtually 100% of today's girls could be correctly labeled as "tom boys". Check out any school or shopping center anywhere in America if you don't believe me. That is just a fact. Boys who wear a skirt or a dress are just exercising the same freedom of choice that today's girls are exercising. "Cross-dressing" usually refers to someone of either gender who wishes to look like, talk like and be mistaken for being a legitimate member of the gender different he or she was at the moment of birth.
I don't know what the ex<x>pression would be but I think it is so unfair for the male population. Why oh why can't we be able to wear what we like and have the freedom in the same way that girls and women do. It should be acceptable in this modern "free" world. I for one would be glad if I could wear skirts or dresses when and where I like without being called degrading names. I am not a sissy, nancyboy, homosexual or any of the other things that I have been called. I just like the freedom and feel of dresses, skirts and other female clothes.
Prior to the end of the 16th Century both genders wore similar clothes anyway (tunic and skirt). It was common until the end of the 19th Century for boys to wear girls clothes until puberty.<br />
There is an imbalance though. It is fine for ladies to wear male clothing but not for a man to wear female clothing. In the UK at least.<br />
I don't know why it is......
Sissies or Nancies...(not my words...it's an old-school ex<x>pression)
Probably a Jill girl. But if just wearing jeans mke you a tom girl than I am out of luck.
They are called girl-boys
Either a "sissy" or most commonly a "Nancy girl"
A brave man.
sweet as sugar!
Kilt wearers and David Beckham.
A feel a breeze
I've always heard: sissy
Sissy's, whats wrong wiv that, ill be yovr sissy plaything if you like music. I can be a very good sissy or your T-Girl Misstress. What floats ya bout music?