The Importance of Men Wearing Clothes For Men (Can Men In Dresses Make The Whole World Gay?)
I recently wrote this hub about why it's a big deal when men wear women's clothing, and it brought several women out of the proverbial woodwork who brought up points which, quite frankly, I had not thought about. My boyfriend and I don't have children you see, we just have two cats, a dog and a bunny, which makes us completely unqualified to speak about anything. Once I engage my uterus for its intended purpose instead of letting it just flop about inside my body like a lazy house guest that just won't help with the dishes, I'm sure I'll see the light, as other ladies have.
You see, for months, nay, years now, I have been trotting about the place saying you should be able to wear whatever you want whether you're a man or a woman. Now I see I was entirely wrong, you should be able to wear what you want if you're a woman, but if you're a man (because being male and having that retarded y chromosome makes you a clunky predatory beast we all need to fear, and for gods sake think of the children,) you should only be able to wear 'male clothes' as determined by women.
Sorry guys, take off those panties and get back into your cotton y fronts. Slip out of any tubular clothing you might be wearing that does not encase each leg individually, and step into some bitubular clothing wraps made out of rough materials such as denim and polyester cotton blend. Only these types of fabric are truly capable of harnessing your manliness and keeping society safe. (Including the children, oh god, why were we never thinking of the children when we were talking about adult attire? Our collective selfishness sickens me.)
It is okay to raise the children with bigoted arbitrary ideas about what is right and wrong in the world. In fact, I strongly encourage it. If we didn't do that, who would lead our extremist religious groups?
But god forbid the children see a man dressing outside his mandated uniform. Imagine what might happen. They might start to get crazy ideas in their heads, like, perhaps clothing doesn't matter as much as the person inside it, and perhaps a person isn't defined by what they are wearing.
Dear god. Encouraging that kind of free thinking could cripple the world within a generation. I'm absolutely certain that widespread instances of men wearing women's clothing could, in fact, turn the entire world gay, by the year 2050.
Did you read that? That's right! Gay! Because wearing women's clothing makes men gay in the same way that wearing these jeans I have on is making me a raving lesbian right now.