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As we became better and better friends, he confessed to me that his sartorial interests were with feminine clothing, and that he had been wearing female lingerie under his tweed suits for many years. He wanted my help with shopping for dresses, but I was wearing work shirts and overalls—this was the early s, and nobody condemned me for dressing like a male farm worker!

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Last night my boyfriend and I were watching the finale of Rupaul's drag race it's pretty entertaining. After we watched it he told me that he wants to try doing drag. I was really surprised by this because, he's not that effeminate. He's more effeminate than me, but I never thought he'd want to do drag.

I just kinda laughed it off and said he should try it if he really wants to, but I'm not really sure how I feel about it. What if seeing him dressed up as girl makes me less attracted to him, I usually go for more masculine guys than him, but he's just a really awesome guy and him being slightly more effimate than what I usually go for has dressed been a problem.

I'm just worried if he starts doing drag he'll become more effeminate and I'm not sure if I'll still be attracted to him. I don't really know how to talk to him about it without hurting his feelings. My ex-husband made me give up my early and casual experiments with drag as a condition of our relationship, and I resent him for it funnily enough, these days he's somewhat drag non-conforming. It's worth noting that there are plenty of pretty damn butch guys who do drag, it's a performance art, no different than if he was doing community theater playing a role that you have no attraction to.

I guess if he becomes more effeminate after doing drag he wasn't himself to begin with and we were always doomed. I'm just worried that seeing him dressed as a woman and looking like a woman will be a turn off for me. I felt the same way the first time my ex-boyfriend wanted to try drag, I was little indifferent towards the idea, thinking the same thing: I may become less attracted to him. That being said, I later realized that it was my own insecurities and naivety towards drag that made me feel uncomfortable with it all.

After seeing him in drag, I was honestly surprised by how turned on I was by it. That's not to say I'd want him always in it, or to have sex whilst boyfriend in drag, but his confidence and personality while in drag surprisingly turned me on.

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It's important to realize that drag is performance - it's about the transformation to the effeminate for FUN. Some queens are naturally effeminate to begin with, which makes the transformation easier, but the desire to do drag does not necessarily correlate with one's existing effeminate nature in any meaningful way. I wouldn't worry one bit Jeez gurl, simmer down, you act as if he just told you that he's Buffalo Bill from Silence of the Lambs. Let him be gurl! There's no rule saying doing drag makes you more feminine nor is there a rule that drag queens have to be feminine.

Also I did watch the finale too haha and this show does help a lot of people like myself embrace femininity and try drag once. Every man should try it once I think. Maybe you'll learn something new.

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Hahha I would look so stupid in drag! I'd try it for fun maybe for halloween or something, but it's definitely not for me.

RuPaul's Masc4Masc Race: coming soon! Seriously, doing drag is like acting: you craft a stage persona that has very little adherence to your everyday life. People think it's all about being fabulous and "fierce", whereas the wig and the make-up and the clothes are just Props, if you will. It's about the ability to engage with the crowd and being entertaining and innovative. If I were you I'd go ahead and break it off because it seems to me that his perceived maculinity or lack thereof is an elephant in the room for you, even though you do a good job ignoring it when you aren't forced to look it in the face.

He doesn't deserve someone that isn't into him for who he is, and that doesn't make you a bad person necessarily. You cross the line into asshole if you present him to himself as undesirable.

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If we were talking about a habit, like drinking or smoking, that's one thing, but how someone IS moves into a different realm entirely. I don't want to break up with him. I care about him a lot and I'm very attracted to him now. I'm just worried him doing drag will change my attraction for him. I'm not saying that I know it will change, I'm just saying that I'm worried that'll change. Man that's harsh, but I was honestly thinking much the same thing.

I dated a drag queen briefly. I didn't know, because when we met, he was a singer at a major opera, and sang baritone.

He was butch until he put on the dress. I know how you feel.

I hate to admit it, but it would be a big turn off for me too. I would never let someone in drag know it I wouldn't want to hurt or offendbut guys in drag, unless the totally pass as a woman, just about gross me out.

It's boring, reverse sexist, attention seeking, obvious, and really irritating. Ridicules womanhood, for no apparent good reason. Mediocre one-note joke. Plays to stereotypes. Other than that if you want to stick with the guy, everybody has something they fucking know creeps out some other people and they do it regardless.

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Part of the appeal was how uncomfortable it made us. I'm just sick of it. Really old-school gay IMO. But maybe you'll find it endearing on your man. Maybe he'll get sick of it fast. I go out and kill animals in the woods.

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One of the two people I live with doesn't care to see or hear about it, other than having the edible parts brought back. Compromise is I don't come back with blood all over me, we don't have any trophies here, and they don't object to hunting trips. Seems the same basic idea could apply to the drag thing. Drag is an artform, not a gender expression. Drag is a turn off to many of the queens themselves, but we love the artform and I've seen guys from all over the gender-expression spectrum become radiant queens, perhaps even men that were more masculine than yourself.

Found the internet! My boyfriend wants to do drag an I'm not sure how I feel about it.

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A season with drag kings?! I'd watch that. Best advice here. You must be fun at parties. He wasn't joking.

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