Have you ever faced persecution for the clothes you wear?

Have you ever faced persecution for the clothes you wear? There was a time when skinny jeans for men did not exist so I had to buy women’s pants and wear those instead. The store workers would often make comments and say they felt uncomfortable when I asked for opinions on how they looked. People used to yell "gay" at me from vehicles or when they walked by. Then a short while later I incorporated a red bandana that I would wear on my head and the Blacks at school would yell at me and say it’s not fair that teachers and the principal made them take off their bandanas but not me. I would say to them well try not being in a gang Tyrone. But then one time a teacher asked me to take it off and I was like "hah how will my fellow gang members identify me" and we both had a good laugh and then he said it was fine. Boy being a trendsetter sure was hard work. A few years later those same Blacks who called me a homoswxual would be wearing skinny jeans and I would shout from my car "nice pants gay did you get them from your sister" and speed away.

29 thoughts on “Have you ever faced persecution for the clothes you wear?

  1. Anonymous says:

    0kay boomer
    Its sad you need to reminisce on your glory days
    Meanwhile zoomers are actually being creative rather than following some musician and are slaying prime zoomer pussy left right and center

  2. Anonymous says:

    >There was a time when skinny jeans for men did not exist so I had to buy women’s pants
    How old are you? 80? Skinny jeans have been around for at least the last 30 years.

    • Anonymous says:

      In the early 2000’s when the skinny trend was in it’s infancy among skaters and emo kids they were wearing tight girls jeans because men’s jeans weren’t cut that slim and generally didn’t have any elastane stretch added. Also the flared cut that was trendy meant they could wear them with the chunky skater shoes of the time and make it work.

    • Anonymous says:

      I do know the feel, OP

      16-17 years ago it was indeed pretty hard to find skinny jeans for men

      Feels pretty weird to be the new normal…

    • Anonymous says:

      since the 1950s actually
      but op is right malls didn’t have mens skinny jeans, they weren’t accessible until the 2010s.

      • Anonymous says:

        There are stories about The Ramones tailoring/tapering their 501s to get a slimmer/skinnier fit. I would have thought skinny jeans would have been a thing in the 80s that went away in the 90s.

        I remember you couldn’t find slim or skinny fit jeans until the mid 2000s. Places like hot topic had them. Later places like Target said they had them, but they were more like slim straight.

        • Anonymous says:

          I remember the first places to carry skinny jeans for men were skateshops in the 2000s. Then by the end of the 2000s h and m moved into malls in north America and they were everywhere.

        • Anonymous says:

          "they were made for a mountain of a man"
          men were a lot less effeminate before the world wars purged testosterone from the gene pool

  3. Anonymous says:

    Lol I’ve been harassed for how I dressed for pretty much my entire life, until I got into lifting and bulked up. Now people don’t say shit anymore, they just give looks and scurry away when I notice them.

  4. Anonymous says:

    >People used to yell "gay" at me from vehicles or when they walked by.
    this has happened to me my entire life and I’ve always dressed normally

  5. Anonymous says:

    I remember getting made fun of by some blacks on the light rail cause I had a cheap watch from Daiso. They said something like "ayyy this niggas got them fake G’s, shit nigga!" and started laughing and stomping their feet.

    When Ralph Lauren discontinued their Rugby line I found a pair of green critter chinos for cheap. Wore it once and this hispanic lady honked her car when I was crossing the street and took a pic of me.

  6. Anonymous says:

    No, people made a lot of school shooter jokes because I wore an army jacket basically every day in highschool, but I wasn’t abrasive enough for people to actually resent or fear me

    • Anonymous says:

      Trust me they hecking hated you. You were the one most people thought would shoot up the school. There actually is an unwritten law for normies that says to be nice to the school shooter kid because he may spare your life. So the people that were nice or made jokes were trying not to get killed

      • Anonymous says:

        I definitely did that. Me and the school shooter were tight. We were buds on gym. DO the bare minimum in every sport except hockey and badminton.

  7. Anonymous says:

    When I was in middle school. I wore a Stone Cold Steve Austin shirt that the front said "Other side jackass" to the YMCA
    The manager of the YMCA scolded me saying "Would you wear that to church?"
    Which I proceeded to lied and said "I don’t go to church."(I did go to church but I wouldn’t wear that shirt)
    He rolled his eyes and I went to go swimming.

  8. Anonymous says:

    i had a bunch of armed cops show up in my classroom and got expelled because someone at my school left a school shooter bomb threat note in the bathroom to get out of a test. everyone just assumed it was me because i wore burzum shirts and bdu pants and went shooting after school every day.

  9. Anonymous says:

    Yeah I was hardcore goth for years and I could not go outside without someone yelling “it’s not Halloween anymore” or “suicide squad” or taking a video of me

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