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I do it and I feel feminine when I do it but it feels natural.
and then stop doing it.
I always do this. No-one's ever mentioned anything about it being gay to my face. If they did I would reply that I can't cross my legs the traditional way because I fucked up my knees in school playing sport and being A MAN. And also, it just feels good having a mangina no-one can see.
It's comfortable. I have to do it an even amount of time with each leg though, as I'm paranoid that the top leg will wear a groove into the leg responsible for the resting if I leave it long enough and I'll be permanently deformed.
Bow-legged Bamos - "Can't catch a pig in an alley, that man"
I have a bald patch just above my left knee. If that's not permanently deformed I don't want to know what is.
I prefer it. It's more comfortable than the more manly version thing where you turn one leg sideways kinda and rest your ankle on the knee of the other leg. If you know what I mean. That way actually starts to hurt my left knee (had ligament damage when I was younger) so the more effeminate way is the way forward for moi.
I find it traps too much blood in certain places, though.
this very second. Can you imagine that
it does feel a touch feminine
Like trying on mascara while drunk. Who's judging?
its not gay. its how all football managers sit. comes with age.
What do you see over on the right now?
doesnt even mean anything
"Oil for Arnold's dad 1909"
Never seen a man so obviously wanting to be somewhere else as that guy in the middle.
It demonstrates that I'm a man who is at ease with his masculinity. Which I am. Ladies.
cos when i do try that its so uncomfortable
and I have a massive nob/balls
and i've got a tiny cock and massive balls
your legs must have no thighs at all
i think my penis just doesn't mind being scrunched up
could fit in that mans stomach.
he's like the physical incarnation of korrok
i'm not upset about it, i revel in it. not sure of the smiley, so heres a picture of me revelling.
Is the 'traditional'/manly way, right leg over left? I've got no idea what you are talking about and to be honest I generally have much better things to worry about than what someone will think of how I cross my legs.
Obv, this makes me toturleh geh an that.
It's how a gentleman sits.