yes, my clothing does make me look huge but that is the point, well sorta

limi feu

the more i consider clothing and its function, the more i appear to be looking worse in terms of typical clothing/people dressing standards. as my clothing gets more voluminous, layered, handmade and bizarre - the less concerned i am with showing my waist/bust size. yesterday i put on a fitted shirt and felt like a real show pony. this brought me to an article i read on yamamoto's daughter limi who considers and tests the notion of clothing keeping a feminine subtly, something that her pops formally excludes. that said i still would rather wear the elder but enjoy the new voice.

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