Scandalous Cross Dressing Women
I will warn readers in advance that the contents of this hub may disturb some people. It contains women blatantly and unashamedly cross dressing in public places. Some of you might find this improper. Some of you might find it sinful. Others of you might find it alluring. I must ask that you keep your comments respectful, even though decent men and women wear the attire assigned to them by their gender, we must respect the rights of the deviants and harlots who wear men's clothing.
How do you solve a problem like Ellen DeGeneres? Here she is wearing nothing but a suit and a smile. Filthy. I hear tell she uses these men's clothes to lure women into her lair and then later marries them. Oh woe, poor Portia de Rossi, how terribly she must suffer.
The Pants Suit
No doubt inspired by Ellen, this young woman unashamedly wears a suit which has been tailored slightly to fit her body, but nevertheless remains, undeniably, a suit. Those are most certainly pants cladding her legs in a shameful display of twin leggedness, and the crease down the front is so thoroughly reminiscent of men's wear. How will she ever get a husband dressed in such a dowdy and unattractive manner?
The pants suit has been creeping insidiously into the workaday world, which I suppose was bound to happen when society decided to let women out of the kitchen, bedroom and birthing chamber and allow them to do men's work. It's all gone wrong since then. Horribly, horribly wrong
As if to prove my point, its one time First Lady turned actual politician, senator and Secretary of State, Hilary Clinton. Look at the flamboyant way she parades her male inspired attire about the place. No wonder Bill had to go and find a woman who actually wore a dress. As Secretary of State, Hilary has been going about the place telling other countries to give equal rights to women. Ha! A shallow ploy to sell pant suits to the Middle East, that's what that is.
A Considered and Logical Conclusion
What happened to the days of women being real women? It's obvious that women need to wear women's clothing in order to be proper women. That means skirts and dresses. Pants are for men who do manly things, like ride horses (if a woman insists on riding a horse, she should do it side saddle.) If a woman wears clothing that is not feminine, then she herself becomes less feminine on a genetic level, any scientist will tell you that.
Of course, cross dressing has become so wide spread among modern Western women that we traditionalists must cling to the last bastion of propriety and ensure that, no matter what women do, men stick to their assigned wardrobe. Imagine the chaos that would ensue if men wore dresses?