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Would You Wear The Other Genders Clothes?

Discussion in 'GEN Z (1999 to 2012)' started by Faith712, Dec 3, 2019.

Would you wear opposite gender clothes?

Poll closed Dec 10, 2019.
  1. Yes

    4 vote(s)
  2. No

    5 vote(s)
  1. Faith712

    Faith712 Newbie

    If you're a woman, would you wear a man's plaid shirt? If you're a guy, would you wear a womans plaid shirt?
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  2. Aussie Pete

    Aussie Pete Well-Known Member Supporter

    The Bible forbids cross dressing. If you can't tell the difference between the male a female clothing, then it's not an issue.
  3. Darkhorse

    Darkhorse just horsing around

    United States
    My wife and I wore each others clothes one Halloween when we were in college (we weren't married yet). We went from one night spot to another, dancing in each one. It was fun!
  4. bekkilyn

    bekkilyn Contemplative Christian Supporter

    United States
    United Methodist
    A plaid shirt is a plaid shirt. Not to mention that the quality of men's shirts is oftentimes better, the material thicker and made better, fits better on women who are larger up top than a emaciated stick, and to top it all off, can be much less expensive.

    I don't believe in such a thing as "male clothes" or "female clothes" outside of human-created culture.

    Don't try to put me in any sort of dress though, "male" or "female", or there will probably be war unless it's Halloween or I'm in a weird mood to put on a costume.
  5. Jonaitis

    Jonaitis Pilgrim

    United States
    It depends.

    Sure, a plaid shirt is a plaid shirt. However, there are many clothing styles in our culture that is intended for men/women and is commonly associated with those genders. Jeans are jeans, but there are some jean styles that you only see women wearing. This is where we should be careful, it becomes a moral issue then. There was a commandment in the Old Testament forbidding this practice in a time where "clothing was clothing," but yet certain ones associated with either male or female. That societal distinction made the cross-dressing in that culture/era a moral issue and a scandal at that!
    Last edited: Dec 3, 2019
  6. Monksailor

    Monksailor Adopted child of God. Supporter

    United States
    No. I am not confused about what sex God made me. If I forget, I just look between my legs. When I have a problem with accepting reality it is time for me to see a counselor.
  7. brudspirea

    brudspirea New Member

    In Relationship
    My style of dress is quite tomboyish, but I think we can get away with wearing masculine clothes a bit easier than men can with wearing feminine clothes. A lot of what constitutes "tomboy" fashion is quite neutral and not neccessarily menswear.