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Old 10-09-2008, 11:54 AM   #53
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Ditto on it being cool that you have the same dress, and I couldn't help but "Awwww" for him at not wearing it because it looks better on you.

Your post got me thinking, I think some people really want to maintain gender seperations. Either strictly heterosexual, or as was discussed above gay people who want to see a very clear you like men or you like women. I've always felt that those divisions are artificial in a lot of cases....yes guy and gals average different, but on the individual level I'm sure you see more difference within each gender than between them, except in the most blatant physical characteristics.

So yah, I guess I'm just saying besides support for the whole gay/bi bit, also throwing my support behind cross dressers, androgynous people, and so on. It warms the cockles of my heart to see/hear people living their life as they want, whether or not it fits within standard gender roles.
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