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Pff, forget her. Real female athletes climb Everest and K2, and beat the crap out of me at my Jiu Jitsu practices. "Bikini athlete" means nothing to me.

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On 10/14/2018 at 2:33 PM, bambam said:

Who is this Marie? Why do you have so many pics of her?

I hate to say it, but reading mackey's posts over time makes me think he has a general issue with women.

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I concluded that as well. Every post seems to be a soap opera. I have tried to be helpful but it seems fruitless. HinH

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On ‎10‎/‎8‎/‎2018 at 5:33 PM, Heelster said:

This is all a bit funny - - - I just walked around a casino in East Chicago - - - - and I don't think anyone noticed. Not that I was blatant about the visuals, but to a trained eye, it was obvious.

That was boring - !!

 

 

I know this feeling for sure...

On ‎10‎/‎13‎/‎2018 at 10:15 PM, MackyHeels said:

Today went to do errands. Went to Costco wearing skinny crop jeans and leather black sneakers and jacket. Thought many woman wouldn’t be wearing anything special least any heels. Go figure lot of booties not very high clunky heels two inches at the most. One female in leggings with a long coat but four or five inch block heel. 

Went home to drop off some groceries and make another stop elsewhere.. Decided to change into my block suede booties and suede camel moto jacket. Standing in line at my first stop behind me was Dad and his older teenage daughter. They definitely noticed my outfit few chuckles behind my back but they behaved themselves. While my other stop at a clothing outlet I was looking through woman’s section for designer leather denim leggings disappointed at my sizing they  didn’t have sold out, While noticing few females taken aback at my outfit felt I looked trendy casual with great fit and shape. Felt confident enough then older woman were browsing near me and were talking in euro language I didn’t understand. They couldn’t see me initially because of the clothing racks but began to  chackle unrealated to me I thought. Maybe because I was shopping in the ladies section they found it odd and funny. As they came around back of me I could tell of the tone of there chatter I must of been discussed. As one to the other chatted they could clearly see me from my bootie heels all the way up. Then the laughter of the woman became more prominent versus the other. Believe each had a turn noticing my outfit at different times. Ordinarily it would of bothered me, looking back at them. For whatever reason I knew I looked great only I couldn’t say that to anyone I observed in the store shopping. While those 50 plus year old euro woman seemed  close minded, knew the type. Probably never seen a man in female clothes before or ever. While nothing exciting to purchase I began to walk out the door with the chackle laughter behind my back. Thought to myself these hags don’t know how to fashion themselves or know the difference between designer clothes or discount items. Let them have at it seemingly buying ugly clothes on some bad backward thinking woman.  Yet I left not fazed or thinking about them at all or burden  on my shoulders to carry on thinking about it on my next stop, quite contrary let it slide without any grief. Think it’s my first time not caring about what these hags or anyone were laughing upon what I was wearing. 

Just letting others know woman can act child like. Yet I don’t care how they view me wearing my outfit today. Only glanced upon the woman as they moved around me initially very bland styled indeed. If there was anyone to laugh should of been me knowing these euro females desperately seeking some style. Yet something told me with sly smile on my face they need a lot of luck... I’m positive a younger trendier female would winch upon these loud vocal euro hags.

Just didn’t surprise me when I was hearing there loud chatter walking into my section. Knew  euro females like them are traditional so having an reaction upon looking at my heels legging jeans was to be expected.  

Anyone else feel the same way when you observe others chatting away stereotype assuming there reaction to your outfit heels and all. 

My hat is off to you Macky, for sure.  We all are going to experience a situation like this at some point.  I have heard a few chuckles every now and then, but never stayed around long enough to deal with the situation effectively.  I have often wondered how I could effectively reply in a situation like this, saying something funny or witty, to show that I am not at all put off/embarrassed by such a negative reaction....

I agree with you totally Macky, we must always "consider the source" when faced with a negative reaction.  And, in this case, I agree totally with you sir.  These women were put off because you looked so good, just jealousy and resentment for sure.

Wish I could go heeling with you sometime, would be a great confidence booster for me!  Don

On ‎10‎/‎14‎/‎2018 at 12:01 PM, Pumped said:

Macky, I was wearing a pair of western styled ankle boots at a party and one women practically shouted, "what are those boots you are wearing!" everyone got quiet and she made another comment which I have forgotten, but it was clear she did not like my choice of footwear. I just gave her a "look" and mentioned that I don't normally take fashion advice from some one wearing sweat pants, sweatshirt and trainers bought at Walmart, which is what she was wearing, typical lazy woman's fashion. I got a chuckle from a few people that were watching this unfold and that was the end of it.

Yeah buddy, nice work on that great come back!

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Thank you Pebblesf, often I write my experience reactions from others, being outfitted in feminine attire. There is no surprise that i get the odd reactions like to share them here. 

Find some members are afraid to walk out in public wearing what they want. Rarely do they share experience on this board out of fear what others may say. I can be proof of what an  outing could mean for others in my shoes, ain’t that bad. 

For example recently at my workplace. Had a mob of people unrealated to my co-workers behind me in a crowd looking from there advantage point downwards.. Could somewhat overhear couple people discussing me. Couldn’t hear every word clearly  but took snipets of there discussion one louder then the other. Woman chatting about my appearance or the tight skinny jeans jeggings I was wearing. Few mumbling from one to the other Omg! Look at him.. At first I was startled that they were focused on my tight attire being only male dressed in feminine jeans.. Then as always waiting for the negative comments to commence being vocal. While they both were analyzing of how look. I stood not looking back but confident enough not to care, yet couldn’t resist hearing what they had to say.. Of course they both were discussing my jeans. One loudest began to voice she didn’t like it. Other mentioned some positive points as to convince her otherwise, while the reply finished from the negative female saying, yah I agree! Something about me looking fit or good stylish, while other females wearing  skinny jeans have no business in them look far worse , but she replied “I still, think it still looks weird”. Had big grin on my face afterwards. 

Thought to myself it’s true that woman in particular find feminine attiire unique upon a male wearing it. They are so conditioned seeing overweight females in skinny jeans but rarely a fit male in painted on jeans showing his form. It’s surprises people initially and find it very odd to witness or keep a straight face not to laugh. At least in my case these two woman seemed mature and open minded and one thought my body or legs suitable yet couldn’t blame one of them feeling the way she did. More I wear what I do easier on eyes when people notice what I’m wearing. Either disavowing or ignoring it expecting me to be wearing said skinny jeans. 

You can only invent the wheel once and make it different in some subtle ways. So for the naked eye of a woman seeing me wear something so tight, jeggings wasn’t news for her in fact many woman are wearing it themselves without a second thought from others. Yet seeing it on male like me it seemed different yet then same. While in truth  females know it shouldn’t be  a big deal. So she kept holding on a learned binary belief. That  boys and girls have specific colours, and gender clothing they need to wear, otherwise it is confusing or weird  to her eye. 

 

 

 

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On 10/14/2018 at 10:39 AM, MackyHeels said:

 Easy to find negative attributes on someone that dislikes you. Guess it’s a defence mechanism we need to feel better of ourself after negative comments. We always can find negative opinions about someone who dislikes us for what we wear

Women can act like this to each other, there’s often some jealousy fueled comments among friends about some other lady’s attire, they could be just too but still, the fact here is they are talking about someone else for their own entertainment. I don’t think they’re particularly picking on you, just you’re the easy target that’s in front of their face.

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On ‎10‎/‎18‎/‎2018 at 4:08 AM, subtle said:

Women can act like this to each other, there’s often some jealousy fueled comments among friends about some other lady’s attire, they could be just too but still, the fact here is they are talking about someone else for their own entertainment. I don’t think they’re particularly picking on you, just you’re the easy target that’s in front of their face.

You have got that right, women can be very tough on one another.....

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