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OP here, going to try and clarify all misunderstanding. #1: i'm a 100% heterosexual male! #2: my girlfriend is pretty and i love her for all she's worth. #3: i'm well known in my circle of friends and their families, so they can tell it's me even from behind. #4: the reason why my girlfriend was mistaken for a guy, was probably because she had short hair, and she was wearing my baggy jacket which i let her borrow because she was cold that day. And I took some of the advice from people here and brought her to work! Showed those people a thing or two! Haha!
By lucki - / Wednesday 27 October 2010 06:50 / Canada
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By  luckiXiii  |  4

OP here, going to try and clarify all misunderstanding. #1: i'm a 100% heterosexual male! #2: my girlfriend is pretty and i love her for all she's worth. #3: i'm well known in my circle of friends and their families, so they can tell it's me even from behind. #4: the reason why my girlfriend was mistaken for a guy, was probably because she had short hair, and she was wearing my baggy jacket which i let her borrow because she was cold that day. And I took some of the advice from people here and brought her to work! Showed those people a thing or two! Haha!

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By  asheh  |  0

pretty sure a guy can date a girl who may have hair as short as a male without being considered gay? women have every right to have their hair or style how they want it without being called a lesbian/boy/butch etc

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^This. Although, tbf, a girl should know it's a possibility with certain hairstyles, particularly those crazy-angled dyed-black coon-tail styles that are so popular among the emo and scene set. If you don't take your build and style under consideration before you choose a possibly unisex hairstyle, you can't get too offended when people get confused.

By  Soteria  |  0

from behind? you are overreacting it's not a fml! Most of the commentors, get some reading glasses or go back to first grade and learn how to read!

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