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A heads up for those of you who are into the "wow, those are gay" underwear: Undergear's buy one, get one 1/2 off sale ends today (Sunday). They're a decent place to get nicer undies even if you're small (I'm 5'0", 105lbs in dripping wet denim) and the sale makes me not cringe at the $20-40 per pair price tag. Coupon code is "DADSDAY"

Personally, I want these...


May. 1st, 2009 09:54 am
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Now that we're in open beta I figured I'd kick start this comm with a question.

Any lads here have pierced ears? If so, do you keep earrings in them? Any suggestions on how to wear earrings without being read as a girl? My responses will be in the comments.
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It's going to be quiet around here until the site goes to open beta, but I was wondering if anyone had suggestions for posts they'd like to see. A FAQ page maybe, links list, whatever you can come up with.

I was also wondering if anyone would be interested in a basic "haircut tips" post. As you may know I'm a stylist and one of my main focuses is giving quality haircuts to transpeople since that's an easy way for me to give back to the community. One of my more recent projects was giving a female mannequin a haircut to make her more masculine, it highlights some of the more common issues with transguy haircuts pre-T.
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This community was designed for the more effeminate transguys. The guys who like glitter or nailpolish or pink or simply are more metro than butch. We're the guys who talk with our hands and get looked at funny when we refuse to follow all the standard "passing tips".

Some of us are straight, most of us are probably gay, quite a few are bi/pansexual. We're artists, geeks, vegans, omnivores, tall, short, metro, flamboyant, blue collar, white collar, and everything in between. Most of all, we want to be seen as men without giving up the aspects of our personalities that aren't butch stereotypes.

1: No personal attacks.
2: No sissyphobia. I'm amazed I even have to say this, but after experiences on other sites...it needs to be spelled out.
3: No other negative -isms or -phobias.
4: Stay on topic.
5: No poetry.
6: No explicit content.
7: Photos and large posts behind a cut.
8: Get admin approval before posting community promos.

I plan on moderating with a very light hand, we're all old enough to behave properly so I see no reason to treat you like children.

Please note that this community is for people who identify as men. If you want to be an androgynous man I obviously have no issues with that (check out the name of the comm), I simply want to make sure that this doesn't turn into a second form of [community profile] polygender. This does NOT mean that you must be currently transitioning in any way. So long as you want to be seen as a guy you're good.


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