musing Man wears dress September 26, 2011 30 CommentsOh. Hell. Yes.Guh.*drool… groan*I honestly cannot… CANNOT explain why this shit is hot to me. Brad Pitt… meh. Man in a dress… meh.This man rockin’ these dresses in this way… Oh. Fuck. Yes!!!I mean… fuck!!! Right?Rate this item:1.00Submit Rating Love: 1Please wait...// MY FEMDOM BOOKS // Next Post Previous PostYou may also like May 13, 2013 Australianisms that I actually use October 14, 2014 D/s stereotypes June 10, 2010 ‘Topping from the bottom’ is bollocks!30 Comments*fans self* yes – hot! But then I like playing dressup with boys anyway :) They're so pretty when they're all stubbly and manly but sparkly and soft too.*happy sigh*ReplyI'd hit that in a New York minute. Also, Kurt Cobain in a dress. Dreamy.ReplyEven though I look like Adriana Sklenaříková,http://www.domme-chronicles.com/2011/01/who-do-you-look-like.html#commentsI feel like *such* a cheap hussy when I wear a dress, so I only do it in private!Reply*grimaces* Does nothing for me….lolFaithReplyJ: “But then I like playing dressup with boys anyway :) They're so pretty when they're all stubbly and manly but sparkly and soft too.”*smile* Playing dressup is really not my thing, but sometimes, I can totally get into it sideways, and at least one of those ways I sidle into it is the pretty masculine. Have I mentioned xdress.com before? Of course I have!FernsReplyAnonymous: “I'd hit that in a New York minute. Also, Kurt Cobain in a dress. Dreamy.”Dreamy, yes! I had to go looking for Kurt Cobain in a dress… thank you for that!FernsReplyslapshot: “I feel like *such* a cheap hussy when I wear a dress, so I only do it in private!”Well, slapshot, maybe you need to get better quality dresses… then at least you can feel like a classy and stylish hussy!FernsReplyFaith: “*grimaces* Does nothing for me….lol”But but… look… LOOK!! *laugh*FernsReplyI'm with Faith..Now Frens(see what I did there?) in a dress well my myCougReplyTreacherous blighters, skirts. Whenever I've been to a toga party, I've always got too drunk at some point to remember to keep my knees together. I'm not sure I feel able to recommend them to your male readership, Miss Ferns.Sir Puppington Lothian.ReplyC-pug: “I'm with Faith..Now Frens(see what I did there?) in a dress well my my”Yes, I totally see what you did there *smirk*, and I can absolutely rock a girlie dress!!FernsReplypuppy: “Whenever I've been to a toga party, I've always got too drunk…”No no no! Togas are the domain of the drunken frat boy and are singularly unappealing. NO drunkenness! A pretty dress, a becoming skirt, maybe some beautiful panties (xdress.com, anyone?)… add a shy smile or a chest pounding 'raawwrrr' and I'm there!FernsReply“A pretty dress, a becoming skirt, maybe some beautiful panties”Hmmm. Well, I've been masticating vigorously upon this matter, Miss Ferns, and I do recall trying on a woman's 'slip' (I think it was called), one time. It felt really good across the butt. Very slinky. I think I could carry off a clingy dress in the butt area. However, my knees let me down. They're lamentably knobbly. Happily, though, I do have very svelte and elegantly-turned ankles (after a bit of judicious shaving, natch), though I say it myself.Pfft. I don't care, at bottom. What I look like is for other people, not for me. If 'she' were to find it fun to dress me up, then I'd be happy. It's her body to use, and all that. Fun, whatever.Every female partner I've had has wanted to plaster my face with make up at some point or another. That's just what female partners do. I don't see this as much different.Most of these things I find funny at worst, horny at best. Most often it's a mixture of both.And I'm a strumpet.So that's that.Sir Puppington Lothian.ReplyI drunkenly told my gf a while back that I had a fantasy of her pegging me doggystyle while I was wearing her old cheerleader outfit and sucking her ex bf's cock. Yeah……. was a bit early in our relationship for me to drop that one, even if only in fantasy. Yikes.ReplyHi Sx…seriously you have just noted what advertisers have noticed. Put a hunk or spunk next to something…and all of a sudden it looks attractive too!This is why Tattoos have taken off. Everyone thinks they will look like Angelina Jolie or David Beckham…not like the skank down the mall!But almost all of us would look like the tragic skank with the tatt! Consequently I will not ruin your image of how good a dress looks like on a man by sending you a pic of me in one!!Regards amusomanReplyNot my thing, and … why is he even wearing that? O.oReplyAnonymous: “I drunkenly told my gf… Yeah……. was a bit early in our relationship for me to drop that one, even if only in fantasy. Yikes.”*laugh* Well, I hope it worked out for you in the end!FernsReplyamusoman: “Consequently I will not ruin your image of how good a dress looks like on a man by sending you a pic of me in one!!”I appreciate your restraint, and you are quite right, random 'man in a dress' is not my thing, but this one hits me just right…FernsReplyN: “Not my thing, and … why is he even wearing that?”Unfortunately, due to the obsessive and unbecoming grunting and drooling (mine, natch!) driven by the lizard brain, asking 'why' did not occur to me. Not even once.FernsReply“Well, I hope it worked out for you in the end”hur hur hur end hur hurCougReplyCoug: “hur hur hur end hur hur”*sniggers like a 13yo boy*FernsReplySeriously?I mean, yeah, I understand why *men* want to wear dresses (sometimes), but for the life of me, I can't quite get my head around how women themselves find this hot.ReplyI'm not usually into men in dresses, but that is adorable!ReplyFerns: “Have I mentioned xdress.com before?”*audible crash as jaw hits floor* I must have missed that! THANK YOU FERNS! *rushes off to play*ReplyTom AllenL “Seriously?”Yes, seriously. I never kid about the 'guh'ness of things.“I mean, yeah, I understand why *men* want to wear dresses (sometimes), but for the life of me, I can't quite get my head around how women themselves find this hot.”Me either, and honestly, I am not bothered with 'why'. Some things hit me just right. If I could present them to some fabulous man as a list and say 'do these things, this will work', I would, but the *something* completely confounds proper reasoning.With these, my brain lights up, saliva is produced, I make incoherent noises… and there it is!If I try to do 'why', the best I can come up with is that the contrast hits me just right. I love contrasts. Masculinity roaring in a dress. The 'meh, whatever' casualness in the retro pictures. The inherent confidence in it. The 'oh pretty!'. The 'fuck you!' over the whole thing. I just… just… guh!! Gotta go.FernsReplyPrincess Elisabeth: “I'm not usually into men in dresses, but that is adorable!”Me either, mostly I am completely uninterested, but yes, isn't he adorable?! He is!FernsReplyJ: “*audible crash as jaw hits floor* I must have missed that! THANK YOU FERNS! *rushes off to play*”*laugh* I know, right?!!! *swoon*Happies!FernsReplypuppy: ” I do recall trying on a woman's 'slip' (I think it was called), one time. It felt really good across the butt. Very slinky. I think I could carry off a clingy dress in the butt area.”Yes, yes you could. That is all.FernsReplyThe ones with the goggles kinda freak me out. But yeah, I'm with you… on the meh individually… but TOGHETHER! Bachow! And the attitude in that last one makes me wanna giggle n slap!ReplyAwesome skirts.I wear a skirt everyday.To work and when im not at workPrior to WWII women could be arrested and jailed for appearing in public in pants in most U.S. States.With the onset of the war women went to work in the factories, dressesd and skirts were not practical and sometimes even dangerous. So women began wearing pants to work and it grew from there. So it has only been for around 70 years.Show Details When a women says she want to wear a pair of pant, society celebrates her right for equality, but when a man say he wants to wear a skirt, his gender identity is brought into question. No one says a woman is crossdressing in pants, no one says that she is a lesbian, so why do we think these things of men. Attitudes towards men’s fashion is extremely sexist and restrictive.Skirts like pants are not “gender specific” like a bra thus are largely unisex! Anyone can wear them but of course there are styles better suited for men and women. Ever notice how women in pants still look like women yet a guy in a skirt will be accused of “cross dressing” or worse yet it is IMPOSSIBLE for women to “cross dress” because they already wear everything from the mans side of the wardrobe. The word should be banned as sexist.ReplyLeave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.CommentName Email Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email.