How Masculine Can She Get?

Submitted by Hobbit Joost, the model. Photography by Dave Lewis

“This shot looks very g-rated, however I like it because it shows how masculine a female bodied person can get through just body building, binding and clothes.”

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Posted by on May 10th, 2012 at 10:00 am

Category: faces 11 comments »

11 Responses to “How Masculine Can She Get?”

  1. Anon

    if you are going for the most masculine look then I would lose the belt, untuck the shirt, sag the pants about an inch lower..

    just sayin.. few men would wear their pants that tight in the crotch =)


  2. Anonymous

    Your hair is super cool.


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  4. K

    Don’t listen to Anon – you look great!


  5. Cathy T

    Hobbit looks fabulous as always!


  6. Bnon

    yeah Anon, Harry Highpants was a bloke.


  7. Anon

    I never said she looks bad, my comment was not meant to be derogatory in any way =)

    I simply shared my opinion as to how she could look even more masculine, given that the post is titled ‘how masculine can she get’


  8. devotchka_scandal

    anon–another thing to keep in mind is that there are different sorts of masculinities and perhaps some female bodied people want to emulate masculinity in their own female-bodied way.


  9. Clare

    the issue is not – how masculine can she get but how wide open can we push the doors of gender identity so that it makes no difference – and we can be who we want!


  10. Seán

    Impressive. Simply impressive.


  11. Hobbit

    I didn’t headline this picture, Genderfork did. But it’s a cool headline and I like it.

    I’m not going to ‘loose the pants, untuck the shirt and sag the pants’ because I am 45, not 15.

    It’s about seeing how wide open we can push the doors of gender identity so that it makes no difference – and we can be who we want.


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