Do boys usually wear mukluks?
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Answer . A soft boot traditionally made of reindeer or seal skin and worn by natives of the Arctic.
Nope, he is just curious.
You want to wear girl clothes but you are straight thirteen year old boy. I want to wear girl panties shirts and bras is this usual. Please help me?
Well I am not sure it's common.....but probably not anything to worry about. Do you have sisters? If you do not you could just be wondering what they look like and how they ar…e used. If you do have sisters you are probably asking yourself how do they wear these things? Well trust me coming from a girl its gets annoying searching for a bra when you are in a rush in the morning! . While it is not a societal norm, some people do feel compelled to wear clothes of the opposite sex. Some people do it for sexual pleasure, and some feel it is because they were born the wrong sex. If you are unsure of your feelings, see a trusted adult such as a doctor, counselor, pastor, parent, or other family member.( i want to too.). More and more it is becoming more usual that boys 12-15 start wearing womens lingeries, wether it is just panties or a combination of other lingerie. I myself started wearing panties and pantyhose at the age of 14 and have not looked back since that day. Especially if you are confident on your sexual orientation it makes wearing lingerie even better since you are not focused of worring about if wearing bras and panties automaticaly makes you gay or not. One thing you need to do though is to be honest with yourself and your parents, be up front and talk to them about wearing girls clothes or else you will feel like you are living a lie and sneaking around when wearing bras and panties. Answer . Yes it is usual there actually many boys of that age range that like wearing all kinds of girls clothes including underwear. Answer. Thank you all.. uhm... coming from a girl's point of view, that's kinda disturbing but i guess you could.
mukluks are boots.Famous mukluks are Canadian mukluks
Mukluks are a type of tall heavy shoe such as a pair of boots.Synonyms for the term mukluks include footwear, brogan, galoshes,oxford, waders, waters, and snow shoes.
It is a type of boot.
Muklks are a soft boot traditionally made of reindeer skin or sealskin and usually worn by arctic aboriginals including the inuit and the Yupik.
Leotard: Just a basic correct-fitting leotard is good. Tights: Depends on your studio's requirements, but pink or black for girls is good. (Black tights are usually cut of…f just above the ankle and do not tuck into your shoes) Legwarmers: Can be different sizes and colors, usually used when it is cold or when the dancer is recovering from an injury she/he may use a legwarmer to warm up the injured ankle or whatever it is faster. Shirts: Some classes allow you to wear shirts. They should be tight fitting though so your teacher can see your body better. Sweatpants: Most teachers do not like you to wear sweatpants because the obstruct their view of your legs. If you are allowed to wear them they are usually only allowed during winter. Unitard: Some dancers may prefer a unitard- a one piece leotard basically. For guys, it is usually a white shirt and black tights or a unitard. It varies depending on what studio/company you dance with though. Some require a certain color leotard, etc. My company has specific colors assigned to each level of class, until you get to the advanced level, in which you can wear any color. So check the website of your dance studio or call them and ask.
Pink tights, black leotard, canvas or leather ballet shoes, and your hair in a neat bun. Wrap or pull-on skirts and bun accessories add a nice touch! "It all depends if …there's a dress code. Traditionally, if you're male in a ballet class--what to wear is a T-shirt (usually white) with black tights and shoes. If you're a woman--some kind of leotard with pink tights and matching slippers, or if you're trained enough, Pointe shoes. Well--this is what they wear in class, anyway. On the stage, there's usually some kind of costume of some sort. Some classes/schools don't nessicarily have a dress code and students can wear whatever. Just make sure you can work out properly in it." --Good Luck and See You In Class, Dane Youssef