Gays that I have come across in the past (all in the closet and in the business world) were all impeccably dressed and fastidious in every detail.
Only flamboyant ones I personally, ever came across were on a trip to Key West years ago, which happened to coincide with a Gay Parade. None were naked, with expensive painted on beautifully done, colorful "tatoos", and gorgeous feathered masks to match.
Then again, this is the year 2013 ... and I *know* there are plenty of in-your-face types out there with an agenda to push and straights to PO.
Somehow, I don't picture you as being one of them.
As a lefty, dreadfully-misinformed, koolaid-drinking, combative progressive? ... Yes, that is quite apparent!
Last edited by ABC in Georgia; 04-08-2013 at 01:42 PM.
One of my gay friends worked at LB while he was in college. He loved the job, loved the customers.
I don't shop at LB much-they sell too much sleeveless stuff. Also, I am a size 18 now and can shop at other stores, like Macys. When you don't have to shop at LB or The Avenue, you don't. I only go to LB for Spanx products that I can't find half-price at Nordstrom Rack.
OK, I confess. I only dressed up as a woman once. It was in college and I went to the Beaux Arts Ball as a geisha. At the time, I was about a size 12 but I could wear 28 jeans if I didn't want to sit down.
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