Do you like wearing skirts?
Yeah. Feels freeing. Don't know why they're not worn anymore.
Everyone should wear them.
Shaving my legs everytime before wearing one is too much trouble.
Just wear dark pantyhose. Neat cheat
I wear predominantly skirts and dresses. Fuck pants. They never fit me right and they're so constricting. Unfortunately despite being a size 2/4 US I still get chub rub on my fat fucking thighs if I walk too far in a skirt. After like 2 miles it's over.
Yes, but I never know what shoes to wear with them. Also >>6683
on chub rub.
I wear skirts most if the time at work and on my personal life. I find them more comfortable and more flattering for my body. My leg hair is pretty light and I wear tights/stockings so I only shave when I feel like it.
I do this because I have ugly legs. I'm a pear shape who looks absolutely bizarre in pants because my thighs are wider than my hips, so I wear skater skirts every day and pantyhose to hide my ugly knees. Done.
Same issue, although I stick more to straight and pencil skirts. I feel like flair and skater skirts just bring attention to my bottom half, but that could also be because of my proportions (long torso, short legs…but also long thighs compared to calves somehow).
Also love midi and ankle length skirts to death, I swear in the winter people probably read me as religious or a tradfag because of it. Do you wear maxi dresses in the summer? I like to go for miles long walks so just take the L and wear pants usually.
I wear plaid pleated mini skirts 80% of the time I go outside. They both look cute and feel comfortable to me.
However, I'm too lazy to shave my legs + have scars on them from ingrown hairs so I have to pair them with some dark tights. The fact that I live in England and have to deal with the cold and windy weather probably has something to do with it, as well. >>6746>Also love midi and ankle length skirts to death, I swear in the winter people probably read me as religious or a tradfag because of it.
God, I know. My family often gives me shit about not being modern enough when it comes to my fashion. It's not my fault modern clothing looks like shit.
>>6749>family often gives me shit about not being modern enough when it comes to my fashion
WEW What a paradigm shift. Do they get mad at you for being a "prude" and not consuming enough junk food, too?
>>6750>Do they get mad at you for being a "prude" and not consuming enough junk food, too?
I feel blessed due to the fact that my family enjoys a healthy and well balanced diet. My heart aches when I see adults who are unable to appreciate vegetables, fruits and other basic food types.
Strangely enough, I'm currently attending a S(T)EM course at uni, as well as mostly being interested in male dominated hobbies, with the exception of some extremely feminine ones.
Thankfully, I've never gotten a single negative comment from my family about these things. Excluding the fact that my mother is trying to get me to marry a traditional guy so that I can pop out some children in order to satisfy her fantasy of being a grandmother or w/e and always laughs off my dreams of being the main breadwinner when it comes to me and my future lover. I feel as though the reason why she wants me not to stand out in the way I do right now mostly comes down to me being able to attract a normal man.
But back to the topic, it is quite awkward, since both my sister and mother are into the whole "clubbing/social life" scene and try to get me to go out with them. I guess they can't fathom that it does absolutely nothing for me.
Meanwhile my father is supportive of my own hobbies, as long as they will benefit me(and him) in the future. They all mostly give me shit for participating in what they deem to be useless time wasters, while encouraging me to do stuff that will merit them. Not trying to slag them off, as we all have our reasons for upholding our beliefs.
wew this turned into a diary post, sorry lol. Here, another photo as an apology
oh, that's not me! Just an outfit that kind of represents my fashion choices.
I'm going to be as vague as I possibly can and just say that it involves digital forensics, data analytics and cyber security. Pure hardware seems too monotone to me, and while I'm decent when it comes to programming, it's quite a bore. The fact that I'm not the most creative person when it comes to establishing plans/goals is also a big reason why I didn't go into it lol
I'm massively invested in the practice, so I'm happy that you seem to be proud of it, as well! Which branch did you choose?
you joke, but I've gotten pretty similar questions aimed at me by people who mean no harm. It always hurts me when I have to tell them that it's not that glamorous…
Thank you for your service, madam.
oh shoot, you're right! It's already half past 6. Thanks for the reminder.
I will not keep you up any longer, therefore sweet dreams and take care, curious anon!
>>6751>it is quite awkward, since both my sister and mother are into the whole "clubbing/social life" scene and try to get me to go out with them>I guess they can't fathom that it does absolutely nothing for me
I knew it! Well, at least they're accepting of it. Pushing you from it would just make it worse for them. By the way, I've always wondered this about "career women". What do you do with your career if pregnancy comes into question. It always seems jeapordising to me.
nta but>what do when pregnant?
Uh, not get pregnant. Not all women want to be a mothers or bring lives into the world with the state that it's in. It may be better than ever wrt crime, but many people are still awful and you can't control who your child interacts with. You can't even control your child and what they become, you can only influence them. It's horrifying.
Alternatively, take a brief leave and have your stay-at-home dad care for babby once they've left your womb. Then continue to financially support your family.
I'm aiming to work hard in my late 20's/ early 30's and then see if I'm stable enough(both financially and mentally) to think about it. Pregnancy itself doesn't scare me, but I am unsure if I will be capable of devoting the time my potential child would need in order to grow up feeling 100% content.
As a teen I used to obsessively read child psychology and nursing books because I find the whole topic fascinating. There are so many factors when it comes to their development, and my actions could modify and transfigure their whole essence. (I know it's not that complicated and I'm reading too much into it, but I would always worry about these things and if I'm not considering my own actions excessively enough)
Also, depending on the gender/wishes of my partner, adoption will have to be considered. In that case, the child will be older and the whole experience should be less tiring, depending on the child's needs.
I have never experienced baby fever or anything like it. Now, that's not to say that I hate children. I still find them adorable and have babysat in the past with no problems. it's merely not something that I deem necessary in order to have a fulfilling life. >>6759
worded it perfectly. Pregnancy and relationships are not something I think about on a day to day basis.
I've been called selfish due to this before, but I feel as though everyone should consider themselves and the people they care about first and try to fix our current problems before stating anything new.
I love skirts. Much more comfortable to wear than pants for me, but usually not very practical due to cold weather. I also used to bike a lot, which wasn't easy to do in a skirt.
Yes, they are so comfortable compared to jeans, and look much better as well. Never going back.
I like wearing skirts until my brother took his gf to my home and she was wearing a furry buttplug under the skirts right out in the public. No shame whatsoever. I haven't wore one in a long while since then. I don't think they are dating anymore anyway.
I love wearing skirts but I'm too insecure to leave the house wearing one.
I like longer skirts, I used to wear short skirts a lot but I started to feel kind of uncomfortable in them.
i wear them often. they are amazing.
what the fuck>>7035
Stop that, anon. Have some courage and wear that skirt.
>Stop that, anon. Have some courage and wear that skirt.
Heh it's not really about courage, I used to wear short skirts all the time during summer since I was like 15-19. Then I discovered the comfy world of longer skirts and dresses and since I grew so accustomed to them I started feeling uncomfortable in shorter ones. They're always riding up my butt and I feel like I can't move as much or always have to cover my butt. I also kind of feel too old for them even though I'm only 21, probably because I'm tall and kind of mature looking.
If I did that they'd be too large in my waist area. Small waist + big hips is great aesthetically but when it comes to buying pants and skirts it's inconvenient. At least I can belt my pants but skirts not so much
What's wrong with belting a skirt? It can look fashionable, if you take the time to look around.
A bit of a strange question, but does anyone else were skirts as a type of social precaution? (Sorry, blanking on a better term.)
I’m blasin. I’ve brown skin, but am very small. When I were jeans or pants, I am cat called, called a nigger, slut, etc., or am just generally ignored. When I wear a skirt, people are hyper-polite, referred to as a lady, delicate, people go out of their way to help me, etc. It’s gotten to the point that if I’m going outside, I always switch to a skirt.
I’m a pre-Med. Student and have found the same things happen when scribing, assisting doctors/mentors, and interacting with patients.
Idk what kind of shithole you live in but I never get cat called or treated differently because of wearing pants/skirts.