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I’m not actually referring those to improperly group people by gender or sexual orientation, those titles, when used in a derogatory fashion are generally from people who have genuinely been miguided by society and have little or no knowledge of different lifestyles, of course there are still a few mean and rude folks who can and do understand but are narrow minded and refuse to change or even just live and let live.
For those of us with the trans or CD label, its probably our own fault for bucking the system.
We’ve figured out that our feelings, likes, and preferences are just as valid as everybody elses and that by supressing them it causes discomfort, stress, and depression, so many of us have decide to be more true to ourselves more often and more outwardly. Which puts us in their face and until recently, in what they deemed as THEIR space.
Sorry, Not sorry.
Oh….back to the title,
My S.O. and I wear similar sizes in some of our clothing and we do share, other than HER sportsbras(uniboob)yuk, all the clothes are laundered and mostly stored together. Theres no big deal except in the panties and bras department.
She’s one who has the need to remove all the tags as soon as they get home. Well, my panties are one size smaller(sshhh, neener,neener) and although we can share bras, I’m one size larger and I have the straps much longer because I’m a foot taller. For ones that we both tend to wear often, having to re-adjust the straps all the time is a pain. So I’ve tried to buy duplicates in both sizes and have started adding labels with our initial on them, this works ok for the bras but the panties don’t have alot of material space for adding it so I’m still working on that.
I know….There are probably worse problems to have.
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