Sunday, 1 September 2013

Louise and Mark


A girl and a boy holding hands. What could be simpler?

17 comments:

  1. why are u always representing boys taller than girls. please show some shorter guys. i also want to see tall girls lifting and kissing short boys in crossdress. please do it.

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    1. On average, boys are taller than girls.

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    2. its okay. show me some pictures of short guys and tall girls. you can do it for me.

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  2. yes, me too! and please don't forget male stewardess and female pilot, male prostitute with policewoman etc.
    but your drawings are excellent, indeed!

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  3. He is bigger and physically stronger than she is, yet he is more feminine. It is a great picture of a very possible future.

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  4. But, Dave Fiona, women are generally shorter than men...

    Anyway, this is a great picture, Jamie! Probably your best so far! I look forward to seeing more of this quality!

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  5. tous vos dessins sont beaux, mais ils se ressemblent; faites nous rêver, dessinez un théme ou l'on voit un homme aux tâches ménagére pendanr que la femme est sur son canapé entrain de boire une biere avec ses amis
    enfin bref une scéne de tous les jours, par exemples voir des garçons en robes encouragaient des filles qui font du sport, voir des garcons en robes apprendre à tricoter
    je compte sur vous
    merci

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  6. Although Mark's outfit is a little too froofy for my tastes (I prefer your other pictures of guys in more contemporary looking fashions) what strikes me about this one is Louise's look: Mark's made an effort, Louise hasn't. Some onlookers might comment "he's way out of her league" or "is he really going out with her?" He looks ready for a nice date, she looks ready to flop in front of the TV.

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    1. Actually Mark did turn out more pink and frilly than I originally intended, so I've adjusted the colours to tone him down.

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    2. I love this image. Don't worry about the feminine nature of the clothes. I actually own a very similar skirt in pink with a tiered effect and built-in petticoat. I add a vintage knee length white petticoat too. To this I add a lovely white blouse with frilly collar. Yours is more like that on the gorgeous outfit worn by Olivia Newton John in the Summer Loving scene in the film Grease:
      http://bit.ly/cyUlHN
      Then I add an applique pink cardigan with pearl buttons.
      White tights and white ballerina pumps then follow along with accessories such as pearl necklaces and earrings.
      I add make-up and style my long fair hair.
      I love it.
      But so does my fiance too.

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  7. Jamie

    I hope you liked my story captions to the 'Romantic young man' series of 19th-century pictures. If so, I will do some more but if you don't think they worked, I will shut up.

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    1. Hello there, I'm perfectly happy for you to add story captions if you want! Thank you for asking though, that's very considerate.

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  8. Hi Jamie,

    Another great pic -i'm sure Mark gets whistles from the women working on the local building sites and Louise feels some pride..)

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  9. just when is this ever going to come about

    i long to be wearing dresses and i am male but i want to be much more feminine

    i would just love to be wearing dresses instead of stupid jeams pants slacks

    dresses for boys oh yes please!

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    1. Don't wait for other people to fight for your right to wear a skirt or dress! If you want to wear one, them just go ahead and wear one. It might be difficult, but any day wearing feminine clothing is better than a day not wearing feminine clothing.
      Have a read of this.
      http://www.quailpipe.co.uk/articles/man-wears-skirt/

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    2. Part III: Louise and Mark

      Mark had been training as a secretary for about six months. His typing and shorthand skills were improving - he lived in fear of his boss, Ms McNulty, who demanded the highest standards of all the secretaries in the typing pool. He hoped that one day he might be promoted to being a PA of one of the high-flying women who ran the company where he was employed. At first he had resented having to wear dresses and skirts but it soon seemed normal to him, after all it was how he had to dress from Monday to Friday at work and more and more men were now dressing like this. Besides, he found that if he went to a bar on the way home from work, he now received far more female attention than he ever had before. At school, Mark had not had a girlfriend: he always wore trousers and a shirt whereas the girls, particularly the more attractive ones, had always seemed to prefer those boys who had already decided to opt for pleated skirts and blouses as their uniform. Now, he found that if he sat in a bar, women often came up to him to chat him up or to offer to buy him a drink. That was how he had met Louise, a medical student at the local university. She had invited him out for a meal and they were soon a couple. Louise had to study hard but the two of them often went out at the weekends. Louise encouraged him to grow his hair out and to wear shorter skirts and dresses as, she said, his legs were his 'best feature'. She had also bought him some expensive lingerie which she loved seeing him in. She herself tended to dress like other students in jeans and a t-shirt: as she said, once she was qualified, she would have to wear a suit, and shirt and tie, and so it was nice to be more casual. However, she always dressed more smartly if they went out for a meal: Mark thought that they made a handsome couple as they entered a restaurant, with him in a new dress, proudly on Louise's arm ... ...

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  10. this is exactly the kinds of dresses i am searching for and yes i'm a boy who wants to be a girl in such simple dresses just like this one!

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