Gender Blender

Discussion of fashion elements and looks that are traditionally considered somewhat "femme" but are presented in a masculine context. This is NOT about transvestism or crossdressing.
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FranTastic444
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Gender Blender

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I used this phrase in a post a while back.

Here is a fantastic blog of the same name. This couple really seem to have their lives sorted :-) Not too much content at the moment - I really hope they write a lot more.
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A new blog post just landed today.... Your thoughts on the content?
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Re: Gender Blender

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What a terrific find! Have you left them a comment directing them to skirtcafe?
Ralph!
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Re: Gender Blender

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Nope, not yet.

Thinking about contacting them via FaceBook where they have even more stuff than on their web page.

Does anyone understand the intricacies of the FaceBook security model? I *think* that you can follow a page and not like it, in which case it is not visible to the outside world that you are viewing the content. Maybe I should set up a test FB account to check it out before my friends start seeing me link to Gender Blender as well as other associated FB pages such as Men in Skirts :-)
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Great find!

I'm not totally happy with the look of some of their (his) stuff, for myself anyway, but the general slant of the posts definitely ring a bell with me.

I found the story of how their relationship started to be quite, encouraging!
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Just swung by Gender Bender and found it most interesting. Well worth reading and following.
I don't want to LOOK like a woman, I just want to DRESS like a woman.
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