Really they just make me feel sexy.

Someone wrote…

I say I wear dresses to fuck with people, but really they just make me feel sexy.

What’s your experience?

And what are you thinking about gender right now?

Posted by on August 10th, 2010 at 08:00 am

Category: your voice 9 comments »

9 Responses to “Really they just make me feel sexy.”

  1. Haydn

    I know exactly what you mean, but for me it’s blatantly masculine clothing.


  2. J.D.

    I say the same, but about my short hair and baggy jeans. When it comes down to it, how you see yourself is far more important than how others see you. Besides, I bet you do look sexy in dresses (provided they’re sexy dresses that is, there are some dresses that nobody can look sexy in) ;)


  3. Frankie

    the most insecure and awkward times of my life have been when I’ve been forced or guilt tripped into wearing a dress. But put me in a spiffy suit or baggy jeans and t-shirts and and I feel DAMN FINE!!! the cover of GQ is much more my ideal self than Vogue or Cosmo. I ain’t no promiscuous princess.


  4. Olli

    I love this quote! :-D


  5. Jessica

    I like wearing a dress or skirt doing housework because it is cooler and it doesn’t bunch up when you bend and stretch. Trousers are more confining. Shorts are a good compromise, but when doing a lot of picking up they tend to ride up on me, so I am always tugging at them, but that’s not their fault.

    Walking on beach, I wear jeans or shorts, depending on the weather, because it’s just too windy for a dress or skirt… not for modesty, but for always having to mess with it.


  6. yams

    yessss this is beautiful


  7. Anonymous

    a sexy dress makes me feel girly with heels and a clutch


  8. Anonymous

    im a boy and enjoy being a boy but now and then i like emulate actresses like blake lively


  9. Anonymous

    Could not agree more.


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