Pantyhose Surprise at the Vancouver Comedy Theatre

October 3, 2012 under News

I went to a comedy in Vancouver and I was jumping up and down in my seat when they played this video in the intermission.  I couldn’t believe it!

This actor does a formal talk about business events.  But as soon as he is finished, he walks off, revealing his bottom half in pantyhose and high heels.  His confidence is outstanding!

 

 

If you live in Vancouver, consider visiting Vancouver Theatre Sports League for great entertainment.  They are located on Granville Island.  Go see them, it’s actually proven that laughter is good for you on both spiritual, mental, and physical levels.

www.vtsl.com

 

Crossdresser?

March 11, 2012 under Boys

Women wear men’s clothing – it’s a norm.  Men in women’s clothing – a comedy.  Why?

I’ve read an interesting note recently that some men secretly desire to try women’s clothing.  Of course, research confirms this and it’s a very common interest.

If a woman wakes up in the morning and takes her husband’s shirt, it’s OK.  If she wears his scarf and sprays it with her perfume, it’s also fine.

However, a guy in his girlfriend’s frilly pink night gown would most likely cause a laughter attack.  Or, perhaps he would be perceived as a crossdresser.

What if a man wants to try pantyhose?  It only seems to be acceptable for a Robin Hood costume or for a bank robbery.  Also, a pink women’s night gown on a man would also probably just cause laughter.

So women wearing men’s stuff is OK, it’s equality after all here…  one time a girl at my work even admitted that she wore her boyfriend’s pants because her own were in the laundry.  But a woman is never called a crossdresser.

Men wearing women’s clothing – funny or worse.  Could this be time for a change?

Here is a fun picture that I found online, not sure where this is from, but these people obviously are open-minded about clothing and self-expression.

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