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actually I agree wit #35 about possible assholeness mostly cause keeping things in can lead to.. negative feelings, and by the surprise of the person my guess is their papa may hay been keeping things in. Also, I've seen a few documentaries/books where it mentions some transgendered people and some crossdressers overdo it presenting as their biological sex when they're still 'in the closet' for obvious cloakish reasons, and the present male gender role is a bit.. strict from what I've read. Saying that, I'm very pro-transgendered, crossdressing, etc... gender presentation and identities, etc.
@#19 you are an idiot. if you feel like randomly copying sections of wikipedia or some other information site and posting it just to be a douche, at least choose RELEVANT information, like "cross-dressing" or "mrs. doubtfire." considering that this is a MAN dressed up as a WOMAN alone in his house, i really don't think that "condom" fits the situation, do you?
. . . . I dont think you can really say that until it is your dad who is "cross-dressing" and your as old as the OP is considiring he still lives with his dad he must be still in high school. Would you seriously not freak out if you found out your dad is a cross-dresser?
Yes, I can and do know that, because I know myself and how I react to various things. It's a trait associated with maturing beyond 14, so I can see why you wouldn't understand. I know what I value in life and what I don't, and homophobia and fear of difference are not things that I value, while my father's happiness certainly is. Perhaps if you spent your time coming to terms with human differences rather than "spewing bullshit on the internet" you would mature a little bit.
Yeah and I'm not even straight and I think this is a FML who wants to see their dad dressed like a woman? That's something that I would rather not find out my dad is into.... I mean there's nothing wrong with it I guess but that's a really awkward thing to come home to. Plus my parents aren't divorced or anything and don't even have sex anymore so wtf that would give me creepy thoughts.
It's not about tolerance, it's about being caught by surprise. Like the OP said, he was hungover and nine times out of ten, people simply don't expect to see their father dressed as a woman. It's safe to say the moment was a little awkward and a little foreign. Doesn't make him a bad person.
Its not so wrong per say as weird to find YOUR DAD in a dress...just unexspectedly. And since it does say "after a long night" and he came at noon, the OP probablywas not in the clearest state of mind anyway. It be weird to walk in on no matter your view on cross dressing.
I always wonder what people expect to get from calling out FMLs. In college, I went home with my roommate when her father wasn't expecting her and caught him dressed like a woman. He ran from the room and made us promise not to tell her mother. Considering the OP wrote that the "woman" whipped around, that sounds like being caught. That makes it seem legit, as opposed to the father kindly opening the door for his son.
Or you could call it a mussy (man-pussy) he is a freak! Have you ever watched Ed Wood, where Johnny Depp goes in drag?
Cross dressing doesn't make you gay, so why would it matter if he and the OP's mom were separated? It's not a bad thing... but it /would/ be awkward and maybe a little disturbing catching your parent like that. I'm very open-minded, but it would be strange to see my dad in drag. Though, I guess your life is far from fucked, OP. Heck, he has more of a reason to feel that way, since he got caught and you apparently think your life is fucked because of it.
Umm, I dont think anyone on this comment said it was gay. Personally, I think it would be funny to see an old man in drag. Even funnier if he looked better than the mom...