Arindam Patel
Registered On: December 10, 2022
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I think there’s very little that a determined ‘male’ (or ‘female’) can’t do that the opposite sex can. For sure, size and strength matter in events like Ironman races, and no genetic woman is ever going to beat the top male finisher’s time. But that doesn’t mean she can’t beat most of the men, and in some sports, females achieve truly outstanding results.

Think Lynn Hill. Not only is she “legendary”. She’s a gracious, generous human being who’s fun to climb with, as my nephew reports. So, rather than “enjoying being a male”, I’m just thankful to be alive,  and I try to make good use of whatever the gods of genetic randomness gifted (or cursed me) with.

As for ‘male’ vs ‘female’ clothing, that’s a whole ‘nother matter, and now that I’m getting pretty serious about this cross-dressing stuff, I can’t believe how sexualized women’s clothing is.

Take a simple thing like a tee shirt and its neckline. Why are women’s tee shirts so often shaped to show cleavage? Same-same with pants. They aren’t just tailored to accommodate the typical differences between male and female bodies. They’re often tailored to suggest sexual availability.

Frankly, I’m horrified. Hence, my preference for the ‘tomboy’ look that emphasizes ‘comfort’ and ‘practicality’ (and de-emphasizes ‘sexuality’). Besides, can the trout really tell whether you’re wearing waders and boots meant for women versus men? Or does wearing a bra or not mean you can you can lay out another 10′ or 20′ feet of fly line to reach that rising fish?

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