Originally Posted by itsinmyjeans Whatever it still looks ridiculous. Wear what makes you feel good. I dont care. I also dont have to like it or think it looks good.As it stands, I dont think it looks good. It is cross dressing. There is not debate about it. If you are a person who wears the opposite sex's clothes then you are cross dressing.
Hey, it's a matter of opinion and taste! We folks here at denim blog surely know that. I think relaxed jeans make people look ridiculous. And where you say there is no room for debate, clearly that isn't case. Everything is debatable.
Take this hypothetical scenario: Say a manufacture makes a new line of jeans and they simply brand them "jeans". They design and tailor them to ambiguous fit, and sell them to retail with no labeling as to whether they're men's, women's, or even unisex and they're not sold in either department. Who's crossdressing then? Do we avoid at all costs, or do we accept that anyone can wear them? What if your favorite brand started to sell their "women's line" in the men's department?
The point of course being, jeans are not male or female, rather are marketed one way or the other because of the manufacture believes the appeal of a certain product is more solidly in the interest of one sex than the other. If they thought guys would wear something they market toward girls, they'd go for it. In some cases, they already do this. Does that make them crossdressing enablers, or does it simply say that a certain style is acceptable for anyone?
Quit being uptight about trivial issues. If you want to act pissy towards the members then you are welcome to go to styleforum, where everyone cuts people who think differently than them down. Around we here we talk respectfully to each other and we dont call each other RIDICULOUS names like Homophobic. Get over yourself. Noone here hates anybody. When you use inflammatory remarks like homophobe, xenophobe, or racist then you end all reasonable discussion.The left is notorious for that and no one even pays attention when they use it. This is not a political site. Again, if you want to call people names, then go to styleforum.
Hey, I've felt nothing but cut down in this thread, and have honestly no idea how I've offended Rizzice, the guy hasn't even responded.. Maybe it's in my nature as I'm just not soft spoken, especially when someone makes a bold statement I disagree with. Difference of opinion is great though, debate is healthy. For the record I will not except accusation of calling anyone a homophobe, as I've explained. But I'll do the bigger thing here... I sincerely apologize, regardless. Can we proceed with civil debate?
You'll have to help me out as I'm new here, but is "styleforum" a part of deminblog or another site? Is this an inappropriate place to discuss style? I feel like I'm in the twilight zone here. I took the OP as an invitation to discussion opinion of "women's clothing not just for women anymore".
Rizzice NEVER dove into politics. You might as well block all of us here because noone is going to let you talk disrespectfully to others without saying something to you about it. We are not here to cut each other down. We arent here to talk politics. We are here to talk DENIM! If you dont agree with someone then say so without calling them names.
Again, I don't see how I was being disrespectful, nor did I name call. I was trolled for having a strong opinion, I feel cut down and taken out of context by the last guy. But, I apologize again, for where ever I've unknowingly offended anyone who did not entice such bickering. As I've explain, I'm here to talk whatever the topic at hand is about, and that's what I've tried to do since my first post!