Tuesday, 13 August 2013 23:46

It Suits Her, Mary Going Of Saint Harridan

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 Necessity is the mother of invention, and Mary Going needed something to wear.

"It started with my wedding, but extended into every aspect of my life," says Going, the 46-year-old founder of Saint Harridan, a retailer specializing in classic men's-styled suits reconstructed to fit women and trans men. "Professional settings, my kids' holiday concerts, funerals - every event that required dressing up in something more than khakis and a t-shirt was painful."
Solving that problem turned out to be bigger than just getting to a store. Going describes her average trip to the men's department as nothing less than humiliating. "Once the sales rep figures out I'm not shopping for my husband, the customer service tanks. And there's no point in enduring that, because in the end, nothing ever fits."

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The 2012 beauty campaign of Harvey Nichols, entitled "Love Thyself", which is not supposed to show a lesbian kiss although it is difficult to think otherwise, was launched to show to advantage the new hall a beauty shop in Liverpool.

But after a few days, people began to file complaints against the campaign to the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA).

Saturday, 24 November 2012 00:47

Casey Legler Is The Only Woman Modeling As A Male

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The fashion's world is always surprising. The gender is interwoven.


Wednesday, 04 April 2012 16:26

Lesbians Dogs Are Also Fashion

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It is the funny touch of the week. Amber Heard was in New York for the premiere of Jules Massenet‘s Manonpremiere of Jules Massenet‘s Manon. The occasion for us to met her rock 'n roll dog.





After schools which did not accept that student wishes to wear pants rather than a dress, it is from now pro-gay t-shirt which are refused.

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