The rise of the unisexual
Muse #371 - the joy of crossing over
The world has changed. And many products and services are getting to be unisexual and I enjoy that. There is no specific reason why several of the things need to be built for the individual sexes. And further, these classifications and categorizations of products are used by manufacturing and brands for commercial and price advantage. Less choice is good.
My younger daughter often buys male clothing in her size. I see certain products like clothing and shoes are available unisexually with sizing charts for both sexes on their labels for fitting purposes. I often share bath products and body lotions with my other family members. I am not put off by their flowery scents and branding, or their pink or purple coloring focused on the other sex.
Recently, my wife bought a top that she later wanted to return as she did not like the material. But I loved the patterns, texture, and color. And on trying it, it fit me perfectly, so I decided to keep it. Except for the little cut or cinch design at the waist, this is clearly not visible until I chose to tell someone.
I have told my wife that she can raid my cupboard anytime and over the years I have taken over many of her t-shirts which she chose to throw away - and I continue to use these as innerwear as they work perfectly fine.
Welcome to the world of reuse, recycling, and wider choice. Unisexual is the way to go and is possibly more socially responsible in several areas of your life.