Thursday, September 13, 2007, AM So what about transgenders?Its people like you with your narrow little mind and the bubble of fear you live in that causes the problems with other people being able to feel safe and comfortable showing who they are, whether they are born male or female.
Row 2: (Right Side) Increase 1stitch in the first stitch, (knit in front and back of the stitch) and P1 K one to the last stitch. Repeat rows 1 and 2 until there are 43 (57, 80) stitches on the needle.
K1, P1, evenly until work measures the required length from neck to base of tail.
Thursday, September 13, 2007, AM I love cross dressers! I think they are great fun and I like the "over the top" quality that many go for.
One of my neighbors was a cross dressing performer and I loved seeing him in drag because he went all out.....make-up, wigs, and sparkly outfits.
Dividing Row: K1, P1 14 (18, 25) stitches and place these on the stitch holder.
Bind off the next 15 (21, 30) stitches for neck opening. These 14 (18, 25) stitches will form the first shoulder. Knit or Purl the last 2 stitches together as per pattern. Continue in pattern until shoulder measures about 2 (3, 4 ) inches from the bound off stitches at the neck edge. Half way between the last increase row and the neck edge mark off the center 2 (4, 6) inches.
Wednesday, September 12, 2007, PM Firstly - I don't think that it is courage to cross dress.
It is like an itch for some that they just need to scratch - nothing sinister about it - so thank you for supporting those that do.
To the second response - women can wear mens clothes and in this day and age no-one batters an eye - but if a man wears a womens - he's sick - go figure that one out!!