Every picture tells a story. A good contrast with the secretarial one. Is this young man still finding his feet in the new society? The dress, which looked right on him in the shop, is getting him too much attention and from the kind of girls he doesn't want. The blonde woman has only one thing on her mind, and it's not a pleasant chat. The one on the far left seems to have a bit of contempt for Daniel. By contrast, the couple in silhouette at the back seem to be more confident and relaxed. BTW, I like Daniel's outfit but would give the girls a polite "no thank you" before trying to seek out bunch of friends. Guys need to bond like girls used to in the genderquake era!
pas mal du tout, mais pourquoi vous dessinez toujours des visages d'hommes malheureux, porter une robe n'est pas synonime de punition moi je suis trés heureux de porter des jupes ou des robes et de me sentir à la place d'une femme
Of the four pictures I've posted this month, only one shows a male looking unhappy.
Unhappy because he doesn't have a girlfriend (yet) to take care of him!
Yet another great image... i imagine the back story to be one where Daniel is upset because his mother refused to let him wear traditional 'boy' clothes to the school prom. He's so naive he thinks he's dressed like a girl... he barely noticed as the gender-quake crept up and zoomed past him, and is struggling to come to terms with the new styles for boys and men.
I prefer the overall perspective and the girls in this one, but I preferred the green dress and black tights in the older picture.
Oh well, I don't like to disappoint, so I've changed the colours.
Those girls aren't being very nice are they?