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I lava my big brother, I' m a tartan and teeh the anty cm in
my family that accept: ma- My parent: refusal ta buy ma
amp: from tho boy' s aid: in ha "tatter curling: he
mined my parents Hm crulty have money to buy Lorna rum
Emil- The day he left. I found has hom American naught
and hollister in my t; a note that said “I
and yarn: Ila of mine." Beat brother aver.
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#15 - headkicker
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Since when does Lesbian = Cross Dresser?
I never understood that about feminine gays/masculine lesbians.
You want to go out with other gays so you imitate the opposite sex?
Meh, as long they're happy it doesn't matter.
User avatar #61 to #15 - bokkos
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Lesbian would be her sexuality, whilst her gender would sit closer to the masculine side of things. Gender is completely independent of sex or sexuality, although culture and society directs it towards specific ideals.
#86 to #61 - anon id: 672572f0
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No I believe you're looking for a different word. Gender is the scientific word for what sex you are. That's like saying, I think the word oxygen is offensive to other types of gas. The word oxygen should now mean all types of gas everybody! Let's make a petition! Stuff just doesn't work that way. Just because you want it to mean that doesn't mean that it means that.
User avatar #123 to #86 - bokkos
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No, sex is the scientific word for what sex you are.
#226 to #123 - anon id: 5ccba133
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no, sex is how you tell if you're gay or straight
#233 to #226 - anon id: 73a5d139
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No.
Sex refers to whether you are biologically male or female.
Gender refers to whether you are mentally a boy or girl.
Sexual orientation refers to whether you are straight or gay.
#94 to #86 - headkicker
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This.
Gender isn't selected, you are born either a male or a female.
Whatever you feel psychologically has no impact on your gender.
Unpopular opinion? Probably, but I don't care.
I believe in live and let live.
If you are a man and you wish to live like a woman (and vice-versa) then go ahead, because you need to do what makes you happy in this life, but don't give me that crap about you being a 'woman with a penis'. You're a man with gender dysphoria.
User avatar #91 to #15 - gayboard
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gay =/= crossdresser.

It's just something some gays enjoy doing. Not all enjoy it.

Also it's pretty hot and it's an easy way to tell if you're a giver or a taker.
User avatar #126 to #15 - winstonsexton
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maybe she is both?
but you are still right
#170 to #15 - anon id: b52f79be
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Mens clothes are usually more comfy.
User avatar #174 to #15 - gorginhanson
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first thing I thought
#190 to #15 - anon id: 05e016bb
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i just don't get it, if you're a female who is "lesbian" shouldn't you be attracted to the same sex and their same appearance ? shouldn't they both be feminine in the relationship ? Why do they imitate the gender they hate instead of the one they say they love ? Im starting to think feminazis do it cause they want to be "equal" And besides i think its more of an image that the media implies about gays and lesbians having to cross dress and act differently, if they want to be treated equally they should just act normal and stop putting themselves down by complaining in the first place
User avatar #217 to #190 - ilovehitler
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1. Male clothes may be comfier
2. They may feel like a guy trapped in a girl's body, so the clothes might feel more natural to them
3. They may like the appearance of people who look like dudes, but prefer a vagina to a penis.
#196 to #15 - anon id: 98d4a998
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I'm a pansexual woman and to be honest, I don't really think about what I wear. And from hanging out with all types of women, I know there isn't just one "feminine" style. I see girls who wear sporty stuff, the ugg boots combo, metal gear, punk gear, t-shirt and jeans, you name it. And you really can't tell who's straight or queer until it's presented.
User avatar #263 to #15 - caelinnis
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Why is it for some reason that girls can wear boy clothes and not get looked at twice but a guy wears girl clothes and he's a cross dresser?

Not that I really care that much, but it just irks me that people tend to not check their privilege
User avatar #264 to #15 - MrShaggy
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Over here in New York, we call them Dykes.

> Lesbians who decide to dress like men.

We don't really question it, we don't really care.
User avatar #39 to #15 - nevrit
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I've met both kinds of lesbians. Really it is all in preference on how you like to dress. All these comments are filled up with people complaining that she likes boy cloths just because she is a girl. There isn't much difference between the dang things anyways.
#98 to #39 - headkicker
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No complaints here, live and let live after all.
User avatar #261 to #15 - minatsuki
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I don't know, in a lot of ways I would love to cross dress. I feel like Woman's clothing is more interesting to me than men's. But I'm straight as a board. I can certainly see that I'd be called out s gay, But Im thinking, if I had the figure to pull of wearing woman's clothing I would. Simply because I would enjoy the style and variety.
My point is, Maybe it's just how they are? Or what's natural. From my perspective, I'm a lesbian girl in a guys body. I love a lot of girly things and such but I'm stuck in the body of a guy.
#273 to #261 - anon id: 1669f290
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or you might just be gay and cant admit it to yourself

it's okay minatsuki, you're among friends here. nobody is judging you.
User avatar #276 to #273 - minatsuki
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Lol. I think it would be so much easier for me if that as true, but the truth is i detest most of the male population (was molested when younger, so the hate came), now what do I do?
User avatar #18 to #15 - lillamy
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Sometimes the two walk hand in hand. My sister is a lesbian and she have never wore a dress or had long hair. She's masuline as hell, but have never seen herself as a cross-dresser at all. It just feels natural to her.
#97 to #18 - headkicker
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That's perfectly understandable, and I don't think of it as a negative.
It just confuses me, though my rationale is that of a straight man hypothesising the point of view of a gay man/woman.
#59 - ishotthedeputy
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>Lesbian
>Want to attract other lesbians
>Dress like the gender they are not attracted to

Not trying to be insensitive, it just doesn't really compute. Good story though
User avatar #63 to #59 - lmOldGreg
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It doesn't compute because you're emotionally retarded.
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#193 to #59 - anon id: cfccc545
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Maybe, she's a butch lesbian.
User avatar #240 to #59 - marcalo
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I guess they want men with vaginas, but that's the best they can do.
#254 to #59 - anon id: eb2dc4c0
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I'm a lesbian and I get that. For me, it's more comfortable to dress less feminine, but I don't go out of my way to get guy clothes. It's about comfort, not really identity, if that helps.
#127 to #59 - hillbillypowpow
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Maybe it's like a code. Like having an ear ring on the gay side.
User avatar #95 - mrgoodlove
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I always wanted a little sister.
User avatar #110 to #95 - thisotherdude
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Young girl who despite all your fantasies you're not allowed to bang? No thank you.
User avatar #113 to #110 - mrgoodlove
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Not allowed? lol
User avatar #104 to #95 - icametocomment
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NO YOU DON'T. I have one. She was born a day before freaking Halloween. She is taller, prettier, and stronger than me, and more than a little crazy.
#112 to #104 - precision
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That's my birthday!
That's my birthday!
#147 to #112 - icametocomment
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Hey, cool.
Hey, cool.
User avatar #114 to #112 - mrgoodlove
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It's also my cousins and friends
User avatar #115 to #114 - precision
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And what's strange is that, I am taller, and stronger than my brother, but he's better looking so it's like, ****, kind of creepy.
User avatar #107 to #104 - mrgoodlove
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It's not the same when you're a girl though. With you it's probably more competitive. For me it would be a little person to take care of and look after, and someone for her boyfriends to be scared of.
User avatar #116 to #107 - thisotherdude
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What if he is a dude and his sister is just a 6'3" exercise nut?
User avatar #136 to #116 - icametocomment
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Nope, I'm a girl. My sister and I are four years apart, and she's only an inch or so taller. Still kind of annoying.
User avatar #141 to #136 - thisotherdude
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This makes me sad, tall strong girls are my fetish... Well one of my many fetishes.
User avatar #108 to #95 - mindsculptorjace
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Trust me, you don't.
User avatar #109 to #108 - mrgoodlove
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Well not now! I'm almost 21... it's to late for me
#179 to #95 - haunterbrony
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>Avatar
#99 to #95 - Tyranitar
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MFW your avatar
User avatar #100 to #99 - mrgoodlove
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Dammit...
#103 to #100 - shishiko **User deleted account**
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Don't be ashamed...
User avatar #105 to #103 - mrgoodlove
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Ashamed? I think not!
#106 to #105 - shishiko **User deleted account**
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Very good.
#3 - beerholder
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>Lesbian   
>Older brother   
>He left for college.    
   
Something tells me that she's not a lesbian, but a high school attention whore... Her parents don't take her seriously and she thinks they don't accept her...
>Lesbian
>Older brother
>He left for college.

Something tells me that she's not a lesbian, but a high school attention whore... Her parents don't take her seriously and she thinks they don't accept her...
User avatar #27 to #3 - kikisu
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He could be older by just a year, or maybe they were both already in college and he left to go to another.
User avatar #44 to #3 - soyunperdedor
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I've known I'm a lesbian since I was 8.
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User avatar #5 to #3 - thedumbledore
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A lot of people know about their sexuality from a young-ish age. Most gay or bisexual people I know (including myself) were aware of a very real attraction to the same gender around 14.
Don't be a dick man. Having your family disgusted by you is one of the most horrific things ever.
#133 to #5 - anon id: 3b183228
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Well, **** that, having a gay or lesbian son/daughter is the worst thing that can happen to a parrent. I know they wouldn't be LGTB for long under my roof.
#65 to #5 - anon id: b2f69a7e
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Having a gay son is the worst thing ever,don't take me wrong I admit I do not like gay people,but I would certainly not kill one.Everything is just something mentaly,and do not tell me it's not,because I know gay and lesbian people,some even in person,and God they are cleary not sane.Ofc there is no "cure",but killing or hitting one with rocks sure as hell won't help..
User avatar #71 to #65 - thedumbledore
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Oh, look, a troll. How original.
User avatar #11 to #5 - jajathezombie
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Agreed, but if all her parents are doing to "not accept" her is refusing to buy her boys clothes, she's a spoiled bitch. If your parents don't like the clothes you choose to wear, they don't have to buy them for you. Get a job and buy them yourself.

Also, your parents not taking you seriously isn't the same as them not accepting you, or being disgusted by you. I came out when I was 14 and my mom said it was just a phase. It took years for her to come around, but she was never intolerant.
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User avatar #25 to #11 - thedumbledore
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It's hard to get a job sometimes, especially if the girl is indeed rather young. I certainly couldn't at 14- No one would hire me.
There is a difference between not buying your teen slutty or inappropriate clothing and buying them boys clothes. Any half decent parent will allow their child to choose (obviously within reason)- they need to develop their own taste and not be smothered. Going by what the brother has obviously picked up on and the general feel of what the girl said, the parents are just being ignorant associating the male clothes to her obviously ill received sexuality.

I don't know what you mean by the last bit. She actually states that her parents don't accept her, so it is exactly that. They do not agree with or support who you truly are.
User avatar #272 to #25 - jajathezombie
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I guess there's some truth in that. I've been working since 14 because a friend of the family got me a job, so I'm not exactly used to having my clothes bought for me. If someone does buy me clothes, it's usually something I don't like or that doesn't suit me, but I'm grateful anyway. Also, my mom doesn't agree with my being gay and she doesn't exactly support it, but she still accepts and loves me for who I am. If there's one thing I've learned, it's that you can't force people to be okay with homosexuality. Some people just aren't okay with it for some irrational reason, and the best you can hope for in those people is tolerance, even if it is your own parents.
#34 to #5 - beerholder
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I'm not saying that. It just occurred to me that there is a distinct possibility that this girl might be just a little bitch.
User avatar #36 to #34 - thedumbledore
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Shut up man. 'Distinct possibility'? You were just being a dick.
#40 to #36 - beerholder
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yeah. I forgot that stating opinions to understand what might be a broader context on FJ is frowned upon. I should've known better. :D
User avatar #46 to #40 - thedumbledore
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Actually your 'opinion' was just a huge, huge assumption mixed with ignorance. You didn't factor in what age sexuality is realised and punted in some name calling.

You know the funny thing about opinions? They can just be plain wrong. Just because it is your opinion does not mean we have to agree with nor accept it.

condescending smiley to you too, mate. '':D''
#69 to #46 - beerholder
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Yeah, you may be right. It was indeed a rash presumption having limited information about the matter. However I won't rule out the fact that there is a chance I might be right.
User avatar #38 - ImsoObvious
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If you are a female and are attracted to other females, why do you purposelly dress as a guy and why would you expect a lesbian to date a girl who resembles a guy. This is what I dont understand.

Do you like the same sex, or do you just want to actually be a guy?
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User avatar #43 to #38 - angelmitskano
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I have friends who are lesbians and dress like guys because it shows other lesbians that they are more of the "man" in the relationship. Some homosexual relationships are like that. And sometimes it's obvious. One of the two in the relationship is more in control of things and is on top, per se, and the other isn't.
User avatar #47 to #43 - jimbobji
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I've never heard anyone say that
Are you making up ****
User avatar #49 to #47 - angelmitskano
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Why would I make this up? It's what I've seen and experienced. If I wanted to talk bs I'd post as an anon.
User avatar #51 to #47 - jimbobji
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I dunno people are weird
User avatar #55 to #38 - ragingflamingos
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Maybe they have transgender tendencies?
#60 to #38 - lazragoon
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It doesn't, that's just a blatent stereotype, just like gays dressing like woman. Lesbians vary in clothing styles just as straight and gay people do. Some dress ultimately like men, some you would never tell they were lesbians unless they told you.

Pour example: As a lesbian myself, I dress everyday kind of like a kinda feminine boy, eg. v-neck T-shirt, straight or bootcut jeans. But I still dress up in a dress and makeup and **** like that. It all depends on the individual.


(Oh and that "Man in the relationship thing" isn't true by any stretch.)
#205 to #38 - deathcampforjewtie
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I'm honestly going to buy this shirt and wear it in public from now on.
User avatar #250 to #38 - wolfishcharm
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I'm a lesbian and I tend to wear both girl and guy clothing. I feel guy clothing is more comfortable sometimes and at other times girl clothing more comfortable. To be honest, it's all just clothes to me, just fabric you wear to cover your body that looks good and feels comfortable, whether guys or girls wear it more. *shrugs*
User avatar #52 to #38 - fannypackattack
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Wearing looser clothing and having short hair doesn't make you a man. It's just a style that they feel most comfortable in.
User avatar #57 to #38 - thereverand
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My theory is ,maybe they feel confident wearing boys clothes or they feel uncomfortable wearing girls clothes.
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I lava my big brother, I' m a tartan and teeh the anty cm in
my family that accept: ma- My parent: refusal ta buy ma
amp: from tho boy' s aid: in ha "tatter curling: he
mined my parents Hm crulty have money to buy Lorna rum
Emil- The day he left. I found has hom American naught
and hollister in my t; a note that said “I
and yarn: Ila of mine." Beat brother aver.
Anonymous
Hemy an lung arm that s haw family am G mama to be dune

Nice one, text reader
User avatar #9 to #1 - longlivemongo
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I'm a tartan....
I need an appropriate pic for this.
#184 to #9 - anon id: 8e380fd8
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Argh media. tumblr. com/tumblr_lollfmmck61ql49bl. png
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#265 to #1 - azinfoo
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Hemy an lung arm that s haw family am G mama to be dune

I ******* lol'd
#137 - chupiter
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The note she found.
#178 - deathcampforjewtie
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"I like to have sex with women instead of men. Therefore, I must dress like a man. Fashion opinions are irrelevant. I wear clothing that promotes this because my entire life must be based around my sexuality, since I have no real personality!"
#200 to #178 - byposted
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picture is your face when you go on funnyjunk to drivel you STUPIDO

she is BUTCH omg

******* idiot go back to your kkk meet or something i mean you people need to accept our ABSTRACT FETISHES because we live in the 21st century and we can't have BIGOTRY and INTOLERANCE over HOW WE EXPRESS OURSELVES SEXUALLY IN PUBLIC because that's LIKE THE HOLOCAUST. You know the Jews certainly never did anything to deserve ever being classified as second class citizens in any country ever, whether it be Germany or Russia. They were good people who never did anything like i said and it was only because of the FEARFUL PROPONENTS OF REACTION did the jews get oppressed and killed in these two countries. See a pattern here, old white bigot? If you want to hate on other people because of what jeebus say go ahead and get out of america because we are a country of freedom and certianly the founding fathers would be acceptful of pedophilia, zoophilia, homosexuality, transexuality, pansexuality and the horse gender (sorry to those who i didn tmention i am not bigot i swear)>
#204 to #200 - deathcampforjewtie
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Okay, first off, I'm actually a young white bigot, get that straight. And the Klan doesn't meet on Thursdays, we meet on Mega Weenie Mondays now.
#253 to #200 - jrondeau **User deleted account**
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yfw
User avatar #202 to #200 - Hreidmar
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Do people not realize this was not serious?
User avatar #241 to #202 - missjessicaparker
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Serious or not, it was still stupid.
#244 to #200 - iloveyourass
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**** *****, what are you doing?
User avatar #209 to #200 - buttgauges
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I think that picture describes your face much more accurately.
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User avatar #182 to #178 - Hreidmar
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Or... bear with me, I know it's hard to believe... maybe she just likes wearing men's clothes, and it's not a statement of any sort, it's just what she finds comfortable.
User avatar #185 to #182 - deathcampforjewtie
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If it was, she wouldn't have began with "I'm a lesbian".
User avatar #187 to #185 - Hreidmar
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She had to provide some context as to why her parents refuse to buy her clothes?
#228 to #187 - anon id: 5ccba133
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based on "it's just what she finds comfortable"
why not "im a girl and guys cloths are more comfortable, but my parents wont buy me them"
if "she had to provide some context" and the reason was "im a lesbian" then you dont have a basis for claiming that she isnt basing fashion on sexuality.
gtfo with the "hur dur, it's hard to believe, erh mah gurd it's not a statement" bs
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That's really sweet - stuff from hollister is expensive and he gave it to her selflessly.
That's really sweet - stuff from hollister is expensive and he gave it to her selflessly.
#88 to #53 - ichbinlecher
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(05/09/2013) [-]
Out of his parent's money.
#208 - buttgauges
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(05/09/2013) [-]
"I lava my big brother!"

god damnit lightbulb