I was reading one of the lesbian groups on Facebook. This topic seems to pop-up a lot. It annoys me every single time.
The poster wanted opinions or advice on a situation.
Let me set the scene:
You are a stud/ag and your feminine girlfriend decides to start dressing masculine, what would you do?
People were saying the most bizarre shit. They were telling the poster, to leave her girlfriend. They said she should confront her and all kind of madness. They would be VERY angry and would NOT stand for it. My advice, was to kill her girlfriend. She had some nerve — buying new clothes.
What is the big deal? Who cares what she is wearing, if you love the woman?
I gave my 2 cents and some of the women disagreed. I will never subscribe to that way of thinking. I could care less, how my girlfriend dressed. If I met her one way, fell in love, and she changed her style of dress, it would not matter. I know her already. Plus, I like having sex, so I am hoping she isn’t wearing too much clothes all the time.
I can understand not dating a certain type of woman. I understand being attracted to fems or non-fems. I completely get it. But, if this is a woman, you are already in a relationship with, you would leave? Wow!
I love and I am attracted to both feminine and masculine women. They both have sexiness to them — that draws me in. I try not to limit myself. I want to have all my options open. I am single so, they need to be wide open.
Clothes do not make the person. I have dated non-fems that were much more submissive than myself. Sexually, I would completely take control and do things, they didn’t even know they liked. Open up your mind. I refuse to live by the way I dress. I have dated feminine women, that were so damn aggressive, I was like “well, damn.” I actually don’t like over the top aggression. I like a little of both worlds — I give a little of both worlds myself. I like a masculine woman to have a soft feminine side — so sexy. I like a feminine woman to have an aggressive side. I don’t feel people should get too stuck in their roles.