Good for them! Make the most of it, lads! You have nothing to lose but your pockets! And why stop there? Clothing might seem a trivial matter, but gendered dress codes reinforce much broader beliefs about how boys and girls should look, think, feel and behave.
I wasn't gay but I would never treat a girl that way. And I think you could still sue your school for trauma or emotional abuse as well too. I have come to realise that all this Xxx porn star babes and concern from parents regarding their children and how Boy wearing cheerleading skirt present themselves is purely based on fear. Earthcircle Well-known member Mar 9, She said when I don't wear my uniform to school, I can be a boy, but I didn't want to embarrass the squad either, so on days I went to school in my uniform, she told me I had to go as a girl to blend in with the other girls on the squad and not look misplaced. Anyway, it was and I was Alfie, 10, picked a Boy wearing cheerleading skirt cheerleading character to dress up as for his school's 'fancy dress' day. Earthcircle said:. Here's where the story went downhill for me.
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Source s : Myself. This sissy seemed to love to suck cock and enjoyed swallowing every bit into his stomach. I bet you guys are all still pissed off at Boy wearing cheerleading skirt beating you got from our team. Maybe he really was destined cheerleadng be a sissy fag. They have just started putting my hair in a high ponytail and a big red and green cheerlfading around it. Chad felt sick to his stomach. He hated himself. Add a comment. Christy and Chad arrived at the school and headed toward the gym. He then started to lick the cock as he gave it a great tongue bath. Report Abuse. I just love acting like a girly girl sometimes!!! It was even better wearinng Bob had prepared him for. It is so pretty.
Alfie, 10, picked a female cheerleading character to dress up as for his school's 'fancy dress' day.
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Alfie, 10, picked a female cheerleading character to dress up as for his school's 'fancy dress' day. As you can imagine, views were divided, but who is to say that a boy cannot dress up as a girl?!
Jane received a voice note from her producer, Simon, who admits to wearing ladies clothes. Take a listen to the podcast below:. I have come to realise that all this hype and concern from parents regarding their children and how they present themselves is purely based on fear. Fear if your son wears a dress, as this could imply what?
If your daughter only wants to wear clothes covered in Batman, what does that mean?! Here's why. Major clothing brands also support the movement, allowing all individuals a fair chance to decide if they would like to wear a skirt or not. Personally, I want my kids to be happy.
Don't all parents? For me, if any of my children turn out to be gay my concern wouldn't be about their sexuality but rather a case of how the world would prejudice them because of it. It's a sad reality and one I really battle with. What's the big deal who we choose to love? Shouldn't we rather hold space for great love regardless of its definition? I want to know, as a father or as a mother, would you be upset if you caught your boy wearing a dress?
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The skirts are more comfortable, and I think make me more flexible. I bet you guys are all still pissed off at the beating you got from our team. Harm to minors, violence or threats, harassment or privacy invasion, impersonation or misrepresentation, fraud or phishing, show more. You couldn't tell we had a guy on the squad, and the judges must've liked it cause we got 2nd at state! If youre the hottest guy at school I don't care if girls want you to dress like them youre a dude and need to dress like a dude! Chad thanked Nancy for doing such a good job.
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Thread starter benjameson Start date Mar 9, When I was 14, and a freshman in high school, it was the mids. I also went to a small rural midwesten school. Having said that, this was before all those popular cheerleading movies such as Bring It On. Anyway, it was and I was I'm in my mid 30s now. The concept of male cheerleaders were just simply less common at the time. Anyway, one day in my early Freshman year, a friend of mine named Stacie tried encouraging me to join the cheerleading squad at our school.
Of course being a boy, I was reluctant. I was however super-coordinated and Stacie knew it. She was the only person that saw me do different types of flips and cartwheels. Don't get me wrong, I wasn't very athletic. I was the shy nerdy type. I was surprised I had any friends at all, especially one like Stacie. I also was NOT gay, which makes what happens in my story so unique to my situation. I was open-minded however and had nothing against gay people. In fact, even though we were best friends because our moms were part of the same women's club, I even had a small crush on Stacie.
I think she knew it too but she had a boyfriend at the time. Anyway, Stacie tried convincing me that joining cheerleading would not make me gay, and people were ignorant for thinking that.
I was still very nervous but after much coaxing on her behalf and the fact that I was sort of naive, she convinced me. It still seemed weird to me since the whole squad was girls and I was a boy but I went to tryouts. Stacie cheered in junior high, but after tryouts were over, she didn't get in What was very bizarre is that I did! My cheerleading coach said she'd never seen a boy with my type of coordination and chose me and 12 other girls to be cheerleaders.
Once again, I was nervous. I didn't know any of them. Stacie was the only friend I had and she didn't get picked so I felt alone. Here's where the story went downhill for me. A few days after I made the squad, my cheerleading coach pulled me into her office and the principal was there. They both told me, and for all of you reading this post, I am NOT lying Their argument was: I was the only boy and the squad was meant for girls.
Before you all say I am a liar, I am fully aware of discrimination laws against this sort of thing, but realize, I was I didn't know about it back then. Not only that, but I doubt those kind of laws were as greatly enforced before male cheerleading became a bigger thing Anyway, I even said to my cheerleading coach, "why did you pick me then if you knew I was a boy? Remember, I didn't know them forcing me was against the law. Certainly I would have sued the school had I known!
I also think that they told me that as a way to "scare" me out of cheerleading. I think she and the principal suspected that since I was a guy, I had an ulterior motive That wasn't the case at all. I wasn't gay but I would never treat a girl that way. Anyway, after they told me I had to wear a girl's outfit, that was certainly enough of an incentive to get me to quit, so I went home and told my parents about it.
Here's where it gets worse! It turns out, my cheerleading coach already called my parents and told them I made the squad and what the requirements were. Even though my Dad said he didn't like the idea of his teenage son parading around in a girl's cheerleading "mini" skirt, he didn't raise me to be a quitter either.
The word "mini" skirt therefore began to haunt me and occupy my mind after he said that. When I first told my parents, I thought they'd have my side, but instead their argument was: I wrecked the opportunity for some unfortunate girl.
If I tried out, the coach thought I was good enough, and some other girl didn't get the chance. They then said that it is unfair for the coach and the other cheerleaders if I quit now. Once I knew they weren't on my side, I was very bitter. My whole world collapsed. I begged them to reconsider but they said no. They said someday I'd thank them for teaching me to be honorable to my word.
By the way I just thought I'd throw that in there since I'm in my mid 30s and am now the age they said I would be when I would thank them. It is now "someday" and I don't thank them. Truth be told, they were pretty religious old-fashioned people that had old-fashioned ways of thinking.
They didn't condone me wearing a girl's uniform but didn't condone me backing out of my obligation either. With that, my year of hell as a "girl" cheerleader began. The next day in school, I got my uniform. Right off the bat, as we left the gymnasium with our uniforms in bags tucked under our arms, the girls on the squad were shocked when they saw me with mine. They all thought it was cool and commended me for being brave but I remember them all crowding around me telling me wearing their version of the uniform would be fun and I would look so cute in it.
It was awkward and I was embarrassed. I didn't even pull it out of the bag until later that night when Stacie came over and told me to show her my uniform. I was real nervous but Stacie said she was proud of me for making the squad and begged me to try it on. Knowing I would be required to cheer in front of hundreds of people anyway wearing it, I figured I'd let the humiliation start early. I remember being in my parent's bathroom putting on the uniform with my hands trembling and nervous the whole time.
After a moment, I stepped out of the bathroom with it on and saw the expression on Stacie's face for the first time. She gasped and said I looked adorable, but I felt so weird and exposed like I was on display or something. I'll never forget the little purple pleated mini skirt hanging from my waist exposing my legs well above the knees. To this point, being a boy, I had only worn shorts that went to my knees. My short skirt gave quite a view of even my thighs and I was very embarrassed!
She laughed at my hairy legs and said I needed to do something about that. The following Friday was our first pep rally and the whole school would see me in my uniform for the first time. My Mom got me up early that morning and helped me shave my legs.
She even put my hair in a ponytail. I was a boy, but had long hair, by the way. She then put a hair ribbon on me and a little makeup as well. She said when I don't wear my uniform to school, I can be a boy, but I didn't want to embarrass the squad either, so on days I went to school in my uniform, she told me I had to go as a girl to blend in with the other girls on the squad and not look misplaced.
She even gave me a bra with mild padding to make it look like I had breasts under my uniform top. Anyway, I felt weird walking around school in my uniform. By the way, on pep rally days, cheerleaders wore their uniforms the whole school day. I didn't even make it past first period and the boys in my class were all making fun of me!
The girls were nice which I was thankful for but the boys were cruel. The bullying was the worse part. While in the hallway, boys were making whistling noises at me and several of them would grab the ends of my skirt and try to pull my skirt up in front of everyone so I had to bat their hands away and keep my hands on my skirt so they couldn't lift it.
Several boys humiliated me and said "nice legs! I endured endless amounts of "FAG! Sorry to those of you who are gay and reading this.