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    I recognize that I am very lucky to be a female in the little world. This allows me to be much more open about the way that I feel without any real judgment. I take my teddy bear to work with me and no one bats an eye, I wear clothes that are pastel with flowers, stars or cartoon characters and I can't remember ever even getting a stare. There are some things of course I save for home like my trainer cups but even when I'm out I always use a straw or I will probably make a mess of myself.

    My heart goes out to guys that feel little. They are forced to hide it because society is very unforgiving. I can't imagine a guy going out to the store in a dinosaur t-shirt and not getting funny looks or pulling out a stuffed dragon to have on their desk without their boss thinking that there must be something mentally wrong. I wish that there was a way to fight for further acceptance and maybe someday we will get there, but for now I must say I am very glad that there is a place like this that we can talk is a non-judgmental arena and get advice and support.

    I guess I can ask this question, for the girls and guys out there is there anything that you are willing to do in public that let's your little side show through? (Aside from wearing)

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    Funny how it works that way. I am glad you have peace.

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    For me sometimes while driving i suck my thumb and ur right for us guys it would draw major attention. I have made settle comments that if i could bring my teddy and binki to work i would. Or if i dont keep geeting attacked i am going to buy a binki and suck on it at work. The one guy at work was basicly pucking on his friend from school bout him being afraid of the dark and i commented so (he had tried to get me in onit) and i said i sleep with a stuffed mickey (before i got yogi, my stuffed teddy i sleep with almost every night) and he started to laugh at me and all i said is i have real kids and he hasnt said anything since. But if everyone was non judgemental about it i would go all out and suck on my baba at lynch and change my diaper at work. I try not to mess but its getting harder, i use seni quatro diapers they hold 96 fluid ounces. And o yea they do hold alot. Sociaty is just so close minded its rediculass. I grew up being shunned for never wanting to be potty trained by everyone. So here is food for thought if everyone jumped off a bridge would u? (No comment required on that question) thats y we here ik we wouldnt jump off the bridge we here are all unique and that is ok and to me i try to instill that aspect i try to teach my kids that. And o yea i can foeget to mention i would even wear footed sleepers in publuc if i could

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    I tell people how much I love my footed jammies, call lots of things what a toddler would - blankie, sagetti, mis say yellow etc, only watch Disney movies, still watch cartoons, comment on all the posts about not adulting lol - love them, say I refuse to grow up and you cant make me, act silly lots of times - some people make a comment, most don't. I also work in the pet industry so its common to baby talk to all the animals

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    Awesome and i do silly stuff all the time as well but gor me i am waist deep in the adult world (work side) i work in a shop where a gross sexual comment or even just a small gesture is very common

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    Even though I am a girl I think that because I am a giant it would be scarry for some people if I dressed and acted like a kid in public. There is also the fact I am trans and the stigma that goes with that. Most people just seem to see me as a really tall cis girl, but the last thing I want is to be labeled with the mentally-unstable-sexual-predator stereotype that transphobic people like to put on us.

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    At my last job, I had stuffed animals on my desk. A chameleon and a T-Rex.

    My boss gave me a bit of a hard time for it not being "professional" but soon gave in. We had the CEO and executives visit our area one day, and he told me to put them away. I didn't. The CEO and a few of the executives liked them, they said it gave the area "color and life." The room walls, ceiling and floor are all the same off color white. The tech benches were brown and black, with white dry erase boards and some other items were all boring neutral colors.

    My boss was right there when they said that, I stuck my tongue out at him. He face palmed and just shook his head, while the CEO laughed, as I did too. The CEO was pretty cool, laid back.

    It felt good, but man did I get an earful after the visit. They sat there until the day I was laid off.

    I would wear a T-shirt with dinosaur(s) on it, if I could find one that fits me. I've been looking for cartoony printed mens brief underwear recently to feel more little. I'd wear dinosaur underwear. Sadly, all I find are stupid superhero BS, which I can't stand.

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    For me it would be talking funny. Like talking regular and suddenly saying one word like a kid, or just way out of context. Everybody laughs but little do they know that its my little side clawing its way out, struggling to be free if in some small way.

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    Haha....I would love to wear my Baby Pants toddler dinosaur printed shirt out in public but I don't have that kind of courage or kamikazi spirit. I'm known by too many people in my town and they would think I had lost my mind. It's the problem of being a male.....sigh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FluffyMastiff View Post
    I would wear a T-shirt with dinosaur(s) on it, if I could find one that fits me. I've been looking for cartoony printed mens brief underwear recently to feel more little. I'd wear dinosaur underwear. Sadly, all I find are stupid superhero BS, which I can't stand.
    I've had this design as a hoodie for a quite a few years (although it looks like you can only get it on a t-shirt now), and I've loved it. I'm kinda sad that they don't seem to have the hoodie anymore, because the design was on the back, and the front had an adorable graphic of the brachiosaurus with little bandaids on his neck and a heart right above his head.

    As a guy, I've found in life that I can get away with loving kids movies and being all around a "young at heart" person, but I wouldn't be able to really go any further (like wearing my Winnie the Pooh shortalls in public on a regular basis) without getting stares and stuff. I just recently shaved my arms so that I could look a little younger, but I'm not sure if I want to go out in short sleeves now.



    Quote Originally Posted by dogboy View Post
    Haha....I would love to wear my Baby Pants toddler dinosaur printed shirt out in public but I don't have that kind of courage or kamikazi spirit. I'm known by too many people in my town and they would think I had lost my mind. It's the problem of being a male.....sigh.

    Same! I love my little dinosaur onesie from Baby Pants, but I don't think that I could wear it on the outside (I do wear it underneath clothes when I wear in public) unless it was to a littles munch or other littles activities.

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