Question: What Could you Wear to Look Genderless?

Jasper Lucien Brett asks…

What would you dress like, or what clothes would you wear if you wanted to look genderless?

Please post your response in the comments below.

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Posted by on March 23rd, 2015 at 08:00 am

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3 Responses to “Question: What Could you Wear to Look Genderless?”

  1. Anonymous

    Theoretically, if I had an androgynous face and voice, I’d wear anything gender-minimal (cite my style crush Samantha Jean).

    But because I’m dfab and not yet in a place where I could pass as any gender wearing femininely androgynous clothing, because of my voice mainly, I have to be more obviously masculine.

    I read something once about how people either think you’re a girl or think you’re a boy, but never ever think to think that you’re trans or genderless (or etc). So in order to look genderless, absolutely every single aspect of you has to be genderless. Which is pretty hard to do when others are trying to figure out your gender (which basically everyone naturally does, consciously or not – it’s programmed into us)

    I obsess over models and celebrities like Sarah Whale, Tilda Swinton, Bill Kaulitz, Harmony Boucher, Willy Cartier, Grace Jones and Andrej Pejic. When my peers all want to look like Adam Levine and Rihanna, I want to look like these people.


  2. Anonymous

    *Andreja Pejic!


    Anonymous replied:

    I thought I had typed “Andreja” – worst accidental typo ever when you misgender someone by having sloppy fingers


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