I love it too! I think the only thing that's just a little annoying about being androgynous myself is that every time I go out in public I have to spend a lot of time making myself look like a girl. I don't really like it on myself but I love it on other people!
I really don't try to make myself look like anything... I think people like to make a lot of assumptions about females who don't work hard to look feminine, but I'm not into living up to other people's standards. It's different for every person.
Oh yes. I have anime and Final Fantasy to thank for my taste towards androgyny. Though I still like being able to tell that I'm looking at a guy But the square jaw and buzz-cut look certainly isn't for me I like some pretty hair and eyes on my menz
After browsing my favourites collection, some of my favourite androgynous guys I've seen illustrated here would be these. Maybe you'd like them too
And here are some REAL guys that fit the description, yes, they exist, but they're rarer than diamonds:
Maybe we might share some similar tastes...unless you prefer girls
Heh, it can be pretty funny sometimes. I just got a hair cut and now my hair's really short and my jacket is one I got from the guy's department, and I don't dress femininely anyway(too uncomfortable when I do!) but a lot of people have mistaken me for a boy. xD I was even called 'Sir' at church! (And then the man who did appologised and said, "Ma'am'. xD
Of course, I got a little irritated the other day(this didn't help being in a bad mood already. xD) when my friend wouldn't stop saying I looked like a boy. xD I usually don't mind and laugh with her and agree when she does, but I was grumpy. =3
But hey, being androgynous comes in handy when cosplaying!
My hair has been short for the past ten years. I can't seem to grow it out and when I try I usually get to the point where I look in the mirror and say "oh eff it" and get it all cut off.
I dress mostly like a male myself, like you I can't get comfortable in women's clothing. The shirts are too tight and the shoes are just shite. Though I've never been called a sir, I've many times been called a lesbian. Ah well, that's their problem I suppose
Yeah, my hair's just a lot more comfortable short. Plus I hate dealing with it, so I prefer it if I just have to comb/brush it occasionally and do nothing special to it besides shampoo and conditioner 1x a day. xD
Yeah, the shirts are too thin, too tight, too short... I like long shirts I don't need to wear a thousand things underneath. xD So guy's flannel shirts=WIN.
I hate how all the women's shoes are all HEELs. Luckily I found a cute pair of winter boots without big crazy heels at Target. So comfy <3
And I've been called sir multiple times. xD I've never been called a lesbian, though, and that actually surprises me since my best friend(Who is a girl, but has a boyfriend(((she and I are both straight)))) who is really, clingy I guess? She likes to hug my arm and lean against me all the time. xD She's crazy and fun, but likes to be creepy to people. Our school's a lot more conservative though, so I don't think any of the people there(Besides like..1 of the people in my class) would be brave enough to openly assume one of us were homo or bisexual. I don't really care what they think though, but they really all are very nice people!
The boot thing? Yeah I either search online for stuff that's not heeled, as I can't wear that shit at all, or I get men's, since they are wider and leave more room to breathe (that's all men's clothing in general compared).
You're very lucky (and I envy that) you're in an area that doesn't call you out or discriminate so harshly by what you wear and how you act. I had to deal with the lesbian tag all through high school just because I chose not to date and I hung out with only one other girl (who already had a reputation for being eccentric) And this was in a large, urban school too! Go figure. o.O
I have wide feet, too, so finding shoes can be a pain. In winter, I find a pair of nice boots to wear or rewear last year's pair unless they're destroyed. xD And in summer I either wear a pair of men's tennis shoes or the sandals I refuse to throw away, therefore, ducttaping them together! xD
Yeah, it's nice. But I can tell you-- if I went to any other school, I'd have to face that discrimination I'm sure. My town's not known for good schools(They aren't... bad schools... I guess) but the school I go to is a diamond in the rough being the 2nd best school in Washington state.