Well today is a slightly frightening day. I am going to meet my boyfriends parents for the first time after almost 5 years of dating. His parents are flying in from Macau, China, for his sisters graduation, and have decided to stay with us. At first they were going to stay in a hotel because they just could not deal with the whole gay thing. At the last minute though they decided to stay with us. Now we are just finishing up the finishing touches on the house in a panic, preparing for their arrival. As you can imagine this is going to be a very interesting couple of weeks. Stay tuned for daily updates lol.
This is the question that has been on my mind for a while, so I am hoping someone out there can help me with it, Why do some lesbians clearly in their 30’s still dress like 16 year old boys? Here is a picture in case you don’t know what I mean.
I guess each person is entitled to their own sense of style and expression. It seems to me however that the lesbians who dress like this are in a time-stand-still. They are no different than the lady that still styles up her hair like she is going to her high school grad in the 80’s.
Now if your young and you want to seem more like the “Masculine” one in the relationship I can see why this style would be appealing to you although I don’t think this style is in at all anymore. All I am saying is that maybe its time time update your style and get out of times past. Stop cutting your hair super short and dying it platinum blonde with ice spike styling glue to make sure that shit always stays in place. Stop wearing the super baggy jeans of a rapper and unless you are going camping or chilling around the house get rid of the sweat shirt hoddie. If you are reading this and getting upset over what I am writing then it is you that I am talking to. Time to grow up and start acting like the successful, attractive, lesbian woman that you are. If you are trying to be more masculine let me tell you not even straight guys dress like this anymore.
Now I don’t want to tell you how to live your life but really your fashion has come and gone and if you still have it, well its time for it to go.