PSA: this is not a book about one of the most historically inaccurate films of modern times.
Dilettante interested in... practically everything. Football, cricket, photography, films, TV, poetry, music, writing, fashion and beauty, gender and sexuality. Also poststructuralism and systems thinking. I’m kind of a nerd. Nonbinary (he/him), bisexual, vegan, pro-Oxford comma.
It’s a problem that has haunted mankind since the dawn of time; is it possible to find a gender-free suspender belt?
Is society ready for Hims and Thems to be showing off their undercrackers in public?
Can men wear women’s lingerie?
Well, yes, but no, but also sometimes; mainly it depends. Frankly, if it fits, then why not. Does that help?
What is men’s lingerie?
What’s the difference between underwear, lingerie, and lingerie designed for men?
If clothing is the representation of the self, then maybe underwear is the representation of the inner self.
Review: Bi, by Dr Julia Shaw
NB: the bi prefix in ‘bisexual’ relates to ‘same gender’ and ‘other gender’. It does not mean ‘men’ and ‘women’.