The Pantied Man and the Bigot

First things first. I address this to men who wear women’s clothing and do so in public. When people call you a ‘freak’, or react negatively to the fact that you fall outside the accepted standard deviations from the social norm, realize that it is not you who they are angry at. It is themselves. Your ‘strangeness’ reflects their own insecurities and fears about not fitting in back at them. They react to those feelings, not to you. They don’t know you. You barely register as a human on their radar of self centered ignorance. They are lost and alone, blinded by blinkers of fear and they are threatened by your flamboyant display, the courage which you possess but they will never have.

Read more…