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Old 11-14-10, 10:47 AM   #1
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Does this count as cross dressing?

I had my wife buy me womens' PJs. They make them for men, but not with pictures with doggies on them.

I wanted mine with doggies, and all the designs for men are boring or suck. I figure that so long as there are two holes for arms and legs respectively, one for the torso and head, I should be good. They fit surprisingly well and are comfy to boot.

My wife was giving me a bad time, but I told her that manly men wear what they like. But then again, that's what cross dressers do by definition...
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I know where you are going with this, but I have to just say that I cannot rightly answer unless I have a true idea of where you are coming from. Do please post a pic. (went by some wimmens fuzzily jammies yesterday that were chock full of Snoopy - my Mom looked at them - and then looked at me - NO DO NOT WANT)



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no, that's just tasteful clothing.
I'm surprised there was a size a large man would fit in.
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Only if you wear them while riding a recumbent.
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no, that's just tasteful clothing.
I'm surprised there was a size a large man would fit in.
I'd be pretty tall for a woman, but at 140 lbs, I'm a small guy. I figured these would probably be cut bigger in the hips and chest, but a woman with any shape might not like these. I didn't realize there was much of a market for 5'10" women built like telephone poles.
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Whatever makes you comfortable. I just bought some new Joe Boxer PJ bottoms yesterday. Lasted about 1/2 hour before they came off. Way too hot under our duvet!
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Not immediately obvious is that the pj's have drawing of dogs that look like my own dog as well as some of her friends.
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You haven't mentioned if you're also wearing a blonde wig, makeup, a bra and panties, and Lee press-on nails, so I can't say for sure that it isn't cross-dressing, but the pajamas alone don't make it so.
I like to keep things simple, so no to all of those things.

I do shave my legs though, but largely because it makes dealing with dried blood or bandages easier. I still must admit that it makes me feel more comfortable all the time.
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It's not cross dressing unless you include the color-coordinated mules.

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Next time the wife gives you a bad time about your pajamas tell her you'll get the ones with footsies attached to them.
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I'd be pretty tall for a woman, but at 140 lbs, I'm a small guy. I figured these would probably be cut bigger in the hips and chest, but a woman with any shape might not like these. I didn't realize there was much of a market for 5'10" women built like telephone poles.
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Whether it's cross dressing or not depends... How do you feel when you put them on?
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They're cute.
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Whether it's cross dressing or not depends... How do you feel when you put them on?
I feel warm, fuzzy, and loved. But the ones who dig me are all dogs. Literally...
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It's not cross dressing unless you include the color-coordinated mules.

I would say that red is overly red and begs to be complimented with a red ribbon of matching colour or boa scarf.
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I carry all my stuff to work in one of those canvas bags with cloth straps that other than me, I have only seen women use. I've tried other things but that bag works the best.

In my favor it is filthy dirty and I carry it in a manly manner. Sometimes I carry it with the top gathered together like you would if you had a snake in a pillow case.

No one has said anything about it to me yet.

Since I use this feminine accessory, does this make me a cross dresser?
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The GF loves flannel jammies, and usually buys mens. Let's consider you 2 crossing each other out in some way that will probably be misconstrued here.
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A loooong time ago, I was given some feetie pj's. I wore them, much to the future/now ex husband unhappiness. Oh and they were brilliant red with christmas trees on them.
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As long as there are no "darts" in the front to allow room for your boobies, I think you're good.
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I figure that so long as there are two holes for arms and legs respectively, one for the torso and head, I should be good.
If yer a woman, sure.
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It's ok Banerjek....seriously, at your age, you can dress however you wish.
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i think the practice of wearing pajamas automatically qualifies you as a cross dresser

real men pass out in whatever they are currently wearing
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i think the practice of wearing pajamas automatically qualifies you as a cross dresser

real men pass out in whatever they are currently wearing
that's usually nothing for me.
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But cross-dressers aren't manly men usually...at least not the one's I've met. I wear what fits and what's comfy!
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