How To Find The Perfect Woman For A Man Who Wears Women's Clothing
Here's my theory of relationships between males and females. The male usually as masculine as the female is feminine. That's why you see craggy faced, sort of 'ugly' men with pretty feminine women, it's because his masculinity matches her femininity.
What lesson can men who wear lingerie and like to express a feminine side take away from this? Well, that lady who always makes an effort to appear traditionally feminine and makes the most of her female assets? Unlikely to be a good match for a man who likes women's clothing. (Now it is technically possible for a woman who is obsessed with her own femininity to accept a man who wears women's clothing, but in most cases, a man who likes feminine things is going to be barking up a tree that is not only wrong, but actively disdains him.)
It is perhaps harsh, because men who like feminine things are naturally attracted to uber feminine women, but you have to apply a little logic and realize that the uber feminine woman is often uber feminine for a reason, she is seeking to attract an uber masculine male. She's not going to be happy if you try to usurp her role as the female.
A woman who is equally attractive, however puts much less effort into appearing 'feminine' is likely to have a great deal more time and understanding for a man who likes feminine things. In fact, I would advise men looking for women who will love them no matter what they wear to seek out the tomboy type ladies. (These women are, for reasons I'll expound on later, more likely to be genuinely attractive than the barbie doll types you men always, always turn your heads for. You're your own worst enemies, you know.)
Let's face it, if you want her to look pretty and feminine later on, buy her some high heels and stockings and whatnot. It's easier to dress up a tomboy as a lady than it is to get a girly girl looking for her manly man to accept the fact that your female alter ego is called Marcia Jane and she loves candy. A woman who knows what it is like to be forced into a gender role you're not really comfortable with is far more likely to accept your desire to occasionally explore the feminine side of your personality than a woman who thinks that 'men must be men and women must be women.'
So, next time you are looking for a mate, don't ignore the ladies who haven't slathered their faces in make up and aren't doing their best to shove ill covered cleavage in your face. They are the gems in the rough, and by choosing a woman who isn't covered in make up and feminine silliness, you avoid the possibility of waking up the next morning not recognizing the person next to you because she hasn't put her face on yet. A woman who is attractive in jeans and a t shirt without make up on is a woman you'll continue to find attractive for years to come, a woman who needs push up bras, heels, and six tonnes of make up to look 'hot' will quickly disappoint, both emotionally and physically.