46 thoughts on “so true sisters

  1. Anonymous says:

    Last time I went shopping for clothes for my wife
    >flimsy materials
    >stupid designs
    >fake or unfunctional pockets
    >unnecessary details poorly stitched everywhere

    I’m glad I was born with a penis

    • Anonymous says:

      Same experience here. Women’s clothing nearly always has awful quality, even the supposedly "better" brands don’t feel much better than the garbage bags from Zara.

        • Anonymous says:

          Women complain about capitalism and consumerism while being the biggest consumerists in a society.

          When is the tranny psyop gonna end?

          The mods/jannies on /fashion/ are mostly if not all trannies, so until they turn 30, we’re stuck.

        • Anonymous says:

          Vestigial marketing strategies from the boomer economy targeted towards bored housewives that unfortunately still works on the youth today after these mass producers wiped out most independent clothiers

    • Anonymous says:

      Both have to deal with a double edged sword. Women get more options but that means a lot more low quality options. Guys have less options but because of that more emphasis is put on quality to stand out.

    • Anonymous says:

      Had this exact experience when I went shopping with a school friend who visited me at my place and with another work friend.
      The former thought you needed like a gazillion outfits so buying cheap stuff (and mind you, for the materials you got, the prices were insane. We’re talking Shein sold at proper stores for 150 bucks) is okay.
      And the other didn’t have much money and was looked for something particular and we walked through the sections and it was all plastic hecking trash.

      So, yeah. Buying a shitty pair of jeans that will last you five years and look better after doesn’t seem so bad now, does it. Not to speak of being overcharged for expensive artisan type or men’s luxury brands who heck you but at least it’s good. Buying expensive women’s clothes is like paying for cocaine (in 2005) and dying to an overdose because it’s actually baking powder and fent.

    • Anonymous says:

      Shop at better stores that aren’t peddling garbage at the price of a kidney(or conversely, garbage for chump change). Or better yet, take your wife to a dressmaker.

      • Anonymous says:

        nta but womens fashion sucks (at least in australia). most places the clothes are litearlly falling apart on the racks. kmarts ok for sume cheap essentials, but all mid range places are shit.
        ive started making my own clothes though but finding good fabric is tricky

  2. Anonymous says:

    This is only true if you have a child’s understanding of clothes/fashion and think that boys get nothing and women get rainbow clothes with plastic glued on to them.

  3. Anonymous says:

    everywhere is always sold out of size 10-12 so i find it difficult to shop. plus womens sizes are stupid and in the same brand both a 10 and 14 fit or ones too big, ones too small etc.

  4. Anonymous says:

    i find it impossibly difficult to buy clothes, its like if you want anything nice you have to spend over 200 dollars per piece, and if you buy something cheaper its just boring and utilitarian or cheap and nasty

    • Anonymous says:

      >and if you buy something cheaper its just boring and utilitarian or cheap and nasty
      even the "mid range" seems to have disappeared. you can spend like $60 on a dress and its just cheap shit with threads falling off of it

    • Anonymous says:

      adult trans women dress the way high school girls dressed 10 years before they themselves were in high school. or to put that another way, "no", then they wonder why cismen are embarrassed to be seen around them in public and they assume it’s because of the dick and not because of their cringe fits and their extensive portfolio of personality disorders

      t. have dated trannies

      • Anonymous says:

        >t. have dated trannies
        Why are you doing this to yourself? You are not worried about catching AIDS? Or better yet, start a family with a real woman?

        • Anonymous says:

          well I guess it depends on your definition of youngshit and late trans, the last trannie I dated was getting bullied for being too fem in elementary school and got on whoremoans in high school and she dressed like she got all her clothes at hot topic at a mall in appalachia in the late 2000s

          but on the other hand, I know from my extensive research on LULZ /lgbt/ that in the transgender community you’re seen as a skinwalking boomerhon john (50) sissy fetishist if you weren’t already on blockers by the 3rd trimester and if you got SRS more than a week after the first day of kindergarten you might as well kys because you’re a neverpasser brickhon giga lateshit, so you might be right there…

          • Anonymous says:

            I came out at 11 and started medically transitioning in 9th grade. I would consider myself at the late end of youngshit, for example. Like how Hunter Schafer is the late end of youngshit. I have two or three friends who medically transitioned in middle school and are unironically identitical to cis women it’s crazy. They are the true youngshits. And I’m saying this as someone with incredibly attuned tranny-senses. The differences start around 10 or 11 and they increase year by year. So I am mostly female socialized but a little bit deranged. Ie I know how to act and dress and carry myself but I have tranny level derangement in other senses, like sense of self and whatnot

            There is also a large alternative contingent within the youngshit/midshit community, what you describe just seems like “alternative” vibes in the 2020s.

          • Anonymous says:

            >what you describe just seems like “alternative” vibes in the 2020s
            I can see how it might be a conscious choice and not a mistake, but as an adult who doesn’t particularly want to be seen as dating a child, I’m not thrilled to be on a date with a woman who wears what I (and most other adults) perceive as childish clothes that high schoolers might use to differentiate their cliques in the lunch room. the "pedo pedo pedo groomer groomer groomer" thing is thrown around to the point where people have gotten desensitized (probably intentionally because rightoids are all a bunch of actual predators) but when your date shows up looking like a flashback to high school it doesn’t really make you look forward to introducing her to the family if that makes any sense. like I get it, it’s a "look" but eww.

          • Anonymous says:

            >/tttt/ buzzwords buzzwords
            Please, as a troon myself. Stay at your containment board and never use those terms again. This is why I never visit that board anymore.

    • Anonymous says:

      >w2c a trans gf /fashion/? are trans people on trend?
      serious advice: trans people tend to be less judgemental, but more quick to nope out at certain red flags. just dont mention my dick and as long as your chill and my type ill probably date you.

      adult trans women dress the way high school girls dressed 10 years before they themselves were in high school. or to put that another way, "no", then they wonder why cismen are embarrassed to be seen around them in public and they assume it’s because of the dick and not because of their cringe fits and their extensive portfolio of personality disorders

      t. have dated trannies

      noo i dont have a pd, just other disorders

      • Anonymous says:

        >just dont mention my dick and as long as your chill and my type ill probably date you
        How do I not mention your dick when it’s in my hand while I blast your ass from behind? I’m pretty chill though

        • Anonymous says:

          a lot of trans people dont really like having their dick touched because of dysphoria. personally im ok with it because for me my dysphoria is more about my balls and theyre getting yeeted soon. my point is establish boundaries first because being too chaserish is a bit of a turn off

      • Anonymous says:

        >trans people tend to be less judgemental
        lol
        lmao even

        >t. have dated trannies
        Why are you doing this to yourself? You are not worried about catching AIDS? Or better yet, start a family with a real woman?

        I said dated not had casual unprotected sex with. I also have mild antinatalist tendencies and your sentence about "start a family with a real woman" gives me major icks. I’m not against the idea of having kids at some point but it’s going to be a conversation not something that I slide into by default because I’m too dumb to use birth control, the way your kind seems to operate and valorize

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