How do you determine the sex of your clothing? How does that work? Karyotpes run on the DNA in the natural fibers? What do you do if your clothes are made of polyester or acrylic?
I would also like to know how one figures out whether one is "crossdressed." If one wears an oxford-cloth buttondown and a kilt, for instance, is one sartorially on the conservative side, transgressively crossdressed, A Scot, or merely a Catholic school pupil? What if one wears pennyloafers and black socks with the aforementioned?Similarly, if one wears blue jeans and a sweatshirt, how is one to determine ones transvestism accurately? One could be crossdressed, I suppose, but of course one could simply be comfortable.
Also, what is the conversion threshold, the point at which "experimental" crossdressing creates a habitual crossdresser? And how long does habitual crossdressing have to go on before homosexuality sets in? I am thinking that "experimental" crossdressing must be like the larval stage, and habitual crossdressing is the coccoon phase, both leading up to the emergence of a beautiful and fantastically homosexual butterfly, but perhaps I am being misled.
I am hoping my readers can enlighten me.
I just took a quick inventory.
My dress is definitely female, but she's bi-sexual and submissive. My shirt, on the other hand, is female and completely straight. My bra appears to be male and gay, my shoes are male but bi-curious. My panties are female, and militantly lesbian.
My earrings refuse to answer the question.
Right now they're all engaged in a debate as to whether or not my bracelet has sold out to the Patriarchy. Will have to get back to you on that.