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Dude, yes you can wear a skirt. I think there's an argument about capitalism which might run like "as cis men become more and more able to wear/use previously 'female' items such as skirts and make-up, they take on all the... [more]
Ask MeFi comment favorited by taff on August 27, 2014 3:31 AM

Dude, yes you can wear a skirt. I think there's an argument about capitalism which might run like "as cis men become more and more able to wear/use previously 'female' items such as skirts and make-up, they take on all the... [more]
Ask MeFi comment favorited by Uniformitarianism Now! on August 27, 2014 3:29 AM

Dude, yes you can wear a skirt. I think there's an argument about capitalism which might run like "as cis men become more and more able to wear/use previously 'female' items such as skirts and make-up, they take on all the... [more]
Ask MeFi comment favorited by stillwater on August 27, 2014 2:32 AM

So far, I feel like we're talking like "kids" is "boys". (And of course, the linked piece is about a son.) I surmise that it's going to be a lot more likely that girls will be looking at really standard, male-centric... [more]
MeFi comment favorited by corb on August 27, 2014 2:02 AM

Dude, yes you can wear a skirt. I think there's an argument about capitalism which might run like "as cis men become more and more able to wear/use previously 'female' items such as skirts and make-up, they take on all the... [more]
Ask MeFi comment favorited by alltomorrowsparties on August 27, 2014 1:19 AM

Dude, yes you can wear a skirt. I think there's an argument about capitalism which might run like "as cis men become more and more able to wear/use previously 'female' items such as skirts and make-up, they take on all the... [more]
Ask MeFi comment favorited by everydayanewday on August 27, 2014 12:46 AM

Dude, yes you can wear a skirt. I think there's an argument about capitalism which might run like "as cis men become more and more able to wear/use previously 'female' items such as skirts and make-up, they take on all the... [more]
Ask MeFi comment favorited by Too-Ticky on August 27, 2014 12:44 AM

Dude, yes you can wear a skirt. I think there's an argument about capitalism which might run like "as cis men become more and more able to wear/use previously 'female' items such as skirts and make-up, they take on all the... [more]
Ask MeFi comment favorited by runincircles on August 27, 2014 12:41 AM

Dude, yes you can wear a skirt. I think there's an argument about capitalism which might run like "as cis men become more and more able to wear/use previously 'female' items such as skirts and make-up, they take on all the... [more]
Ask MeFi comment favorited by Mizu on August 27, 2014 12:11 AM

Dude, yes you can wear a skirt. I think there's an argument about capitalism which might run like "as cis men become more and more able to wear/use previously 'female' items such as skirts and make-up, they take on all the... [more]
Ask MeFi comment favorited by mosk on August 26, 2014 11:50 PM

Dude, yes you can wear a skirt. I think there's an argument about capitalism which might run like "as cis men become more and more able to wear/use previously 'female' items such as skirts and make-up, they take on all the... [more]
Ask MeFi comment favorited by Space Kitty on August 26, 2014 11:27 PM

I would never in all my life have expected Lena Dunham to write an essay that...hm, had some remote and melancholy parts that seemed not from the age of... [more]
MeFi comment favorited by everydayanewday on August 26, 2014 11:19 PM

So far, I feel like we're talking like "kids" is "boys". (And of course, the linked piece is about a son.) I surmise that it's going to be a lot more likely that girls will be looking at really standard, male-centric... [more]
MeFi comment favorited by Space Kitty on August 26, 2014 10:41 PM

I would never in all my life have expected Lena Dunham to write an essay that...hm, had some remote and melancholy parts that seemed not from the age of... [more]
MeFi comment favorited by GoLikeHellMachine on August 26, 2014 10:25 PM

Dude, yes you can wear a skirt. I think there's an argument about capitalism which might run like "as cis men become more and more able to wear/use previously 'female' items such as skirts and make-up, they take on all the... [more]
Ask MeFi comment favorited by teremala on August 26, 2014 10:24 PM

Dude, yes you can wear a skirt. I think there's an argument about capitalism which might run like "as cis men become more and more able to wear/use previously 'female' items such as skirts and make-up, they take on all the... [more]
Ask MeFi comment favorited by SailRos on August 26, 2014 10:09 PM

Dude, yes you can wear a skirt. I think there's an argument about capitalism which might run like "as cis men become more and more able to wear/use previously 'female' items such as skirts and make-up, they take on all the... [more]
Ask MeFi comment favorited by credible hulk on August 26, 2014 10:06 PM

Dude, yes you can wear a skirt. I think there's an argument about capitalism which might run like "as cis men become more and more able to wear/use previously 'female' items such as skirts and make-up, they take on all the... [more]
Ask MeFi comment favorited by cotton dress sock on August 26, 2014 9:33 PM

You'll be ready to be friends, perversely enough, when you don't find yourself strongly wanting to communicate with him on a regular basis. You'll think of him and have pleasant but not especially strong feelings. You'll think... [more]
Ask MeFi comment favorited by tooloudinhere on August 26, 2014 9:27 PM

Dude, yes you can wear a skirt. I think there's an argument about capitalism which might run like "as cis men become more and more able to wear/use previously 'female' items such as skirts and make-up, they take on all the... [more]
Ask MeFi comment favorited by Salamander on August 26, 2014 9:23 PM

Dude, yes you can wear a skirt. I think there's an argument about capitalism which might run like "as cis men become more and more able to wear/use previously 'female' items such as skirts and make-up, they take on all the... [more]
Ask MeFi comment favorited by pineappleheart on August 26, 2014 9:03 PM

Dude, yes you can wear a skirt. I think there's an argument about capitalism which might run like "as cis men become more and more able to wear/use previously 'female' items such as skirts and make-up, they take on all the... [more]
Ask MeFi comment favorited by threeants on August 26, 2014 9:00 PM

So far, I feel like we're talking like "kids" is "boys". (And of course, the linked piece is about a son.) I surmise that it's going to be a lot more likely that girls will be looking at really standard, male-centric... [more]
MeFi comment favorited by BlueJae on August 26, 2014 8:41 PM

Dude, yes you can wear a skirt. I think there's an argument about capitalism which might run like "as cis men become more and more able to wear/use previously 'female' items such as skirts and make-up, they take on all the... [more]
Ask MeFi comment favorited by jaguar on August 26, 2014 8:26 PM

Dude, yes you can wear a skirt. I think there's an argument about capitalism which might run like "as cis men become more and more able to wear/use previously 'female' items such as skirts and make-up, they take on all the... [more]
Ask MeFi comment favorited by nadawi on August 26, 2014 8:19 PM

Dude, yes you can wear a skirt. I think there's an argument about capitalism which might run like "as cis men become more and more able to wear/use previously 'female' items such as skirts and make-up, they take on all the... [more]
Ask MeFi comment favorited by you're a kitty! on August 26, 2014 8:17 PM

So far, I feel like we're talking like "kids" is "boys". (And of course, the linked piece is about a son.) I surmise that it's going to be a lot more likely that girls will be looking at really standard, male-centric... [more]
MeFi comment favorited by ch1x0r on August 26, 2014 8:02 PM

I would never in all my life have expected Lena Dunham to write an essay that...hm, had some remote and melancholy parts that seemed not from the age of... [more]
MeFi comment favorited by Jesse the K on August 26, 2014 7:27 PM

So far, I feel like we're talking like "kids" is "boys". (And of course, the linked piece is about a son.) I surmise that it's going to be a lot more likely that girls will be looking at really standard, male-centric... [more]
MeFi comment favorited by everydayanewday on August 26, 2014 6:59 PM

I would never in all my life have expected Lena Dunham to write an essay that...hm, had some remote and melancholy parts that seemed not from the age of... [more]
MeFi comment favorited by smoke on August 26, 2014 6:34 PM

I would never in all my life have expected Lena Dunham to write an essay that...hm, had some remote and melancholy parts that seemed not from the age of... [more]
MeFi comment favorited by blueberry on August 26, 2014 6:21 PM

So far, I feel like we're talking like "kids" is "boys". (And of course, the linked piece is about a son.) I surmise that it's going to be a lot more likely that girls will be looking at really standard, male-centric... [more]
MeFi comment favorited by almostmanda on August 26, 2014 6:14 PM

So far, I feel like we're talking like "kids" is "boys". (And of course, the linked piece is about a son.) I surmise that it's going to be a lot more likely that girls will be looking at really standard, male-centric... [more]
MeFi comment favorited by flex on August 26, 2014 5:47 PM

This....does not sound like a great idea. You sound like you don't especially want to be friends with him, for one thing. You also sound like you're lonely enough that you might possibly get pulled into something with this guy out of inertia.... [more]
Ask MeFi comment favorited by shadowy_world on August 26, 2014 5:28 PM

So far, I feel like we're talking like "kids" is "boys". (And of course, the linked piece is about a son.) I surmise that it's going to be a lot more likely that girls will be looking at really standard, male-centric... [more]
MeFi comment favorited by avocet on August 26, 2014 5:19 PM

So far, I feel like we're talking like "kids" is "boys". (And of course, the linked piece is about a son.) I surmise that it's going to be a lot more likely that girls will be looking at really standard, male-centric... [more]
MeFi comment favorited by heatvision on August 26, 2014 4:28 PM

So far, I feel like we're talking like "kids" is "boys". (And of course, the linked piece is about a son.) I surmise that it's going to be a lot more likely that girls will be looking at really standard, male-centric... [more]
MeFi comment favorited by revi on August 26, 2014 4:25 PM

So far, I feel like we're talking like "kids" is "boys". (And of course, the linked piece is about a son.) I surmise that it's going to be a lot more likely that girls will be looking at really standard, male-centric... [more]
MeFi comment favorited by FelliniBlank on August 26, 2014 4:08 PM

I suspect that a clean break will be easier for you. There is a small chance, I think, that if you do a slow fade with E, he will respect that and be sad but not a jerk, but IMO, when someone has been dropping a lot of hints, writing stories,... [more]
Ask MeFi comment favorited by Lesser Shrew on August 26, 2014 3:55 PM

So far, I feel like we're talking like "kids" is "boys". (And of course, the linked piece is about a son.) I surmise that it's going to be a lot more likely that girls will be looking at really standard, male-centric... [more]
MeFi comment favorited by Corinth on August 26, 2014 3:04 PM

So far, I feel like we're talking like "kids" is "boys". (And of course, the linked piece is about a son.) I surmise that it's going to be a lot more likely that girls will be looking at really standard, male-centric... [more]
MeFi comment favorited by not the fingers, not the fingers on August 26, 2014 2:50 PM

So far, I feel like we're talking like "kids" is "boys". (And of course, the linked piece is about a son.) I surmise that it's going to be a lot more likely that girls will be looking at really standard, male-centric... [more]
MeFi comment favorited by gingerest on August 26, 2014 2:37 PM

So far, I feel like we're talking like "kids" is "boys". (And of course, the linked piece is about a son.) I surmise that it's going to be a lot more likely that girls will be looking at really standard, male-centric... [more]
MeFi comment favorited by bile and syntax on August 26, 2014 2:01 PM

So far, I feel like we're talking like "kids" is "boys". (And of course, the linked piece is about a son.) I surmise that it's going to be a lot more likely that girls will be looking at really standard, male-centric... [more]
MeFi comment favorited by joannemerriam on August 26, 2014 1:46 PM

I would never in all my life have expected Lena Dunham to write an essay that...hm, had some remote and melancholy parts that seemed not from the age of... [more]
MeFi comment favorited by two or three cars parked under the stars on August 26, 2014 1:38 PM

I would never in all my life have expected Lena Dunham to write an essay that...hm, had some remote and melancholy parts that seemed not from the age of... [more]
MeFi comment favorited by coolxcool=rad on August 26, 2014 1:34 PM

I would never in all my life have expected Lena Dunham to write an essay that...hm, had some remote and melancholy parts that seemed not from the age of... [more]
MeFi comment favorited by Lesser Shrew on August 26, 2014 1:24 PM

So far, I feel like we're talking like "kids" is "boys". (And of course, the linked piece is about a son.) I surmise that it's going to be a lot more likely that girls will be looking at really standard, male-centric... [more]
MeFi comment favorited by ohisee on August 26, 2014 12:55 PM

So far, I feel like we're talking like "kids" is "boys". (And of course, the linked piece is about a son.) I surmise that it's going to be a lot more likely that girls will be looking at really standard, male-centric... [more]
MeFi comment favorited by Rosie M. Banks on August 26, 2014 12:42 PM

So far, I feel like we're talking like "kids" is "boys". (And of course, the linked piece is about a son.) I surmise that it's going to be a lot more likely that girls will be looking at really standard, male-centric... [more]
MeFi comment favorited by thereemix on August 26, 2014 12:33 PM

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