Attire

Someone wrote…

Several months back, I posted on here about how no one in my office commented on the fact that I wore a tie to work, I wasn’t sure if it was a negative sign or a positive one.

This last week I had to dress in business attire, so I chose to wear a tie. I heard nothing but compliments from coworkers. It was pretty nice to have affirmation from colleagues and my boss.

What’s your experience?

And what are you thinking about gender right now?


Posted by on November 20th, 2013 at 08:00 am

Category: your voice 3 comments »

3 Responses to “Attire”

  1. Thomas

    Wow! That’s great! I love hearing positive stories such as this, thanks for sharing :)

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  2. Anonymous

    That’s awesome! I dressed more masculinely the other day to work, and a co-worker told me, in a positive tone, that I was “looking very GQ” that day. I initially got scared that somehow he knew I was genderqueer, as I’m not out at work and don’t yet wish to be…but then I realized that GQ stands for Gentleman’s Quarterly magazine, and I was like…I’ll take that. hahah. So glad you also had a positive experience!

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    Anonymous replied:

    On the GQ/GQ thing. A kind of joke/fantasy twitter exchange I thought of:

    Me: [what I'm thinking about gender] #GQ
    Someone: GQ? Gentleman’s Quarterly?
    Me: Actually about 55%-ly most days …

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