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Would it make you feel uncomfortable if you saw a man in drag?

You are out for a walk and you notice a man wearing women's clothes etc.

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16No
4Yes
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Lysannus
posted 12-May-2014 12:31pm  
We just had this question aimed at women.
In the immortal words of FG, "How the hell did this pass Qual?"
Desperate for new surveys, I guess.
Lysannus
posted 12-May-2014 12:32pm  
JW i am so disappointed <shakes head>
bill Survey Central Gold Subscriber Bronze Star Survey Creator
posted 12-May-2014 12:38pm  
yes, a little, but that shouldn't stop anyone from doing it
FordGuy
posted 12-May-2014 2:26pm  
The SC is a man in drag. Hell I've been a man in drag. Not so much anymore. I don't like the makeup, fake boobs, wigs, and all that stuff. But I thought that's what I had to do to wear a denim skirt. Boy was I wrong. smile

LindaH
posted 12-May-2014 2:52pm  
Not at all. I'd like to see styles becoming less gender-expected. There should also be an 'androgynous' section of the store. yup.
JessicaWoman99 Bronze Star Survey Creator
posted 12-May-2014 5:20pm  
That would be very weird to see a drag queen I would feel uneasy
JessicaWoman99 Bronze Star Survey Creator
posted 12-May-2014 5:24pm  
But it is what it is a drag queen now how did this ever pass in qual
Galomorro
posted 12-May-2014 7:06pm  
Certainly not.
paulyw Gold Star Survey Creator
posted 12-May-2014 11:33pm  
It would make me feel uncomfortable and suspicious.
LJD Survey Qualifier
posted 13-May-2014 1:05am  
As a costume for a party?

On the street, I would feel sad.
Lysannus
(reply to JessicaWoman99) posted 13-May-2014 4:37am  
> how did this ever pass in qual

Wait this was your survey surprise. Was this a test to see if you could get anything to pass?
Lysannus
(reply to LJD) posted 13-May-2014 4:40am  
> As a costume for a party?
>
> On the street, I would feel sad.

Why would this bother you. Women wear pants, they fought long and hard for that right.
Why should a man not be afforded the same rights to choose their clothing styles.

Personally I could care less as long as they are not going about flashing privates,
Or going about with their underwear hanging out, that does bug me.
Lysannus
(reply to LindaH) posted 13-May-2014 4:42am  
> Not at all. I'd like to see styles becoming less gender-expected.
> There should also be an 'androgynous' section of the store. yup.

Yes. Just mix all the adult sections together and all the kids sections together
and let folks pick out whatever the hell they want to wear. smile
FordGuy
(reply to Lysannus) posted 13-May-2014 7:35am  
Shoes too? <grin>
LindaH
(reply to Lysannus) posted 13-May-2014 9:08am  
Yay! Pink sparkly tutus for all!
Enheduanna Survey Central Subscriber
posted 13-May-2014 10:11am  
I live in San Francisco. I'd be uncomfortable a lot if that bothered me.
JessicaWoman99 Bronze Star Survey Creator
(reply to Lysannus) posted 13-May-2014 10:11am  
It's only a test testing 1 2 and 3
jettles Survey Central Subscriber Survey Qualifier 19 year anniversary at Survey Central today!
posted 13-May-2014 10:30am  
Nope
LJD Survey Qualifier
(reply to Lysannus) posted 13-May-2014 11:41am  
You have a good point.. I agree I seriously dislike the baggy pants, with underwear hanging out...sooo tacky, crude.

I can understand why a woman could wear pants on some occasion...skiing, for warmth. And to think of it, I like the Scotish/Celtic kilts for men.

It has to do, I guess, the history of the nation. The U.S. is not used to seeing men in "dress".

Personally, I like women in dresses, and covered appropriately. I like men to be wearing the pants....this has been their wear in the U.S.
Lysannus
(reply to FordGuy) posted 13-May-2014 12:24pm  
> Shoes too? <grin>

Sure why not, and while they are at it standardize the sizes.
FordGuy
posted 13-May-2014 3:25pm  
This isn't drag, it's just FordGuy.

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FordGuy
(reply to Lysannus) posted 13-May-2014 3:28pm  
> |> Shoes too? <grin>
>
> Sure why not, and while they are at it standardize
> the sizes.

Yeah no kidding, I have no idea how women ever figure out what size they are. Mens sizes are easy, cuz they're just measurements. I guess some women are vain.. "I'm a size two" rather than "My waist is 24""
FordGuy
posted 13-May-2014 3:39pm  
Oh an this is how I drag...

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Lysannus
(reply to FordGuy, FordGuy) posted 14-May-2014 4:37am  
Sharp looking in both photos. Just one question, where are the big oversized tires on that truck?

Just careful when you land that the keg don't come loose and fly out wink
FordGuy
(reply to Lysannus) posted 14-May-2014 7:02am  
Those are pretty big, 35" tall. Not huge. The keg is strapped down good, but might be a bit foamy.
Lysannus
(reply to FordGuy) posted 14-May-2014 9:10am  
> Those are pretty big, 35" tall. Not huge.

I was expecting the BIG monster tires.
FordGuy
posted 14-May-2014 3:02pm  
My pickup would have them, but the wife says it would be hard to fit it under the camper, in the garage, and she's 5'2" tall so she would need a crane... So I just listen to her. smile (cranes are expensive) grin
Lysannus
(reply to FordGuy) posted 15-May-2014 4:55am  
> My pickup would have them, but the wife says it would be hard to fit
> it under the camper, in the garage, and she's 5'2" tall so she would
> need a crane... So I just listen to her. smile (cranes are expensive)
> grin

Well you could just install a foldout ladder smile, although I would have to agree with her there, climbing in with a dress or skirt would be a bit of a challenge.
FordGuy
(reply to Lysannus) posted 15-May-2014 7:13am  
And honestly, trucks that tall are not useful for anything other than off road. No more trailer pulling, for instance.
Lysannus
(reply to FordGuy) posted 15-May-2014 8:48am  
Good point towing would be shot to hell, although it would get the keg to that remote spot.
FordGuy
(reply to Lysannus) posted 15-May-2014 4:27pm  
That's what the Gator is for!
MysticKat
posted 17-May-2014 12:56pm  
No. So what.
MysticKat
(reply to Lysannus) posted 17-May-2014 1:00pm  
We could say that about anyone, male or female, in drag or not. I don't want to see a woman with her stuff hanging out anymore than I would want to see a man with his hanging out no matter what they gender-specific clothing they were wearing.
MysticKat
(reply to FordGuy) posted 17-May-2014 1:00pm  
Love the boots!
MysticKat
(reply to LJD) posted 17-May-2014 1:08pm  
In biblical times, everyone wore "dresses"/togas. It can't get more androgynous than that.
LJD Survey Qualifier
(reply to MysticKat) posted 17-May-2014 2:36pm  
I guess pants were invented for warmth, practicality. I read it dates back to having to ride horseback
LindaH
posted 18-May-2014 12:21am  
Would it make you uncomfortable to see a cat in a bag?

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Lysannus
(reply to LindaH) posted 19-May-2014 5:04am  
No, nor in a hat either.
So who's "cat is out of the bag?"
FordGuy
(reply to MysticKat) posted 19-May-2014 6:53am  
Thanks! They're very comfortable.
MysticKat
(reply to LJD) posted 20-May-2014 1:52pm  
That would make sense. It would have been difficult to straddle a horse in a toga.
Lysannus
(reply to MysticKat) posted 21-May-2014 5:53am  
Sidesaddle? smile
Zang
posted 21-May-2014 4:19pm  
I see this sort of thing frequently. It has no effect at all on my level of comfort.
LJD Survey Qualifier
(reply to MysticKat) posted 22-May-2014 1:55am  
Yes, I believe you're right.
FauxLo
posted 22-May-2014 11:43pm  
Not at all.
FauxLo
posted 22-May-2014 11:45pm  
"We're all born naked -- the rest is drag." - RuPaul
cloudhugger
posted 23-May-2014 9:10am  
No, I feel as if I am in drag when I wear women's clothing so...
FordGuy
(reply to cloudhugger) posted 23-May-2014 10:31am  
Well I know I could trust you in my closet then. lol. I think clothes are just clothes.
MysticKat
(reply to Lysannus) posted 23-May-2014 5:36pm  
I never do anything sidesaddle....then I have to look a the bible and think of all those macho men sidesaddle...not a pretty thought.
cloudhugger
(reply to FordGuy) posted 24-May-2014 7:05am  
haha smile It's all about practicle for me.
FordGuy
(reply to cloudhugger) posted 28-May-2014 7:36am  
I hear ya... sometimes steel toe boots are the only way to go.
cloudhugger
(reply to FordGuy) posted 28-May-2014 10:27am  
Indeed
Lysannus
(reply to FordGuy, cloudhugger) posted 28-May-2014 12:25pm  
Also good for getting rid of unwanted "houseguests" laughing out loud
cloudhugger
(reply to Lysannus) posted 28-May-2014 8:30pm  
laughing out loud laughing out loud
LindaH
(reply to Lysannus) posted 28-May-2014 11:45pm  
For a second I thought I was reading the thread about the trap doors.
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