Before you go all lolwut, there is actually a justifiable reason behind that desire. Just a few days back, there was an announcement on some all-girls round robin thingamajig where female bloggers would converge to discuss on interesting issues which apparently does not involve boys or shopping
Inevitably, this has already piqued the interests of certain people out make their voices heard in this male populated industry(?), along with a legion of girl bloggers whom I haven't even heard of wanting to partake in this prestigious(lawl) event, though how many are actually females remain to be seen. Also, after that announcement, comes a post from double that gave out hints on how to make one's blog popular which included being a female blogger or posing as one, and WHAM, out of nowhere, fellow blogroll mates were stepping out and revealing their true gender to the whole world. Though I'm still somewhat unsure about issa-sa after reading his/her cocktease post.
Despite obvious hints, like Caitlin naming the site after herself, and issa-sa's tendency to post on certain topics that might have suggested that they have 2x chromosomes, I initially brushed it off thinking that they were actually just, I don't know, queer? I mean, I post on stuff like these and have acquired a taste for pretty boys such as the ones seen in this post, so does that mean I could actually be female and not some sick pervert? Don't answer.
The point of this post? Nothing really. While it sounds like I'm dissing these girls, I'm actually just envious by the fact these bunch get to do fun stuff together which I have no opportunity to be part of, since I've already established myself as a depraved and broken male otaku, with warped preferences. So ronery Makes me sort of wish I had continued posing as a girl just like back when I was playing Ragnarok Online, leeching freebies off desperate guys. That said, I wonder how many other bloggers will come out of the closet now and reveal their gender to the community, though from what I understand, traps are not allowed. In the mean time, I will study the convenient list of female participants and selectively pick a few who are close by to stalk.
Jokes aside, hoping this turns out well, as I think it's an interesting means of getting a group of like-minded people to talk about a particular subject, which might lead to "epic discussions" so to speak.
Posting more traps to round up this post. These people would be better off with vag00s, but between you and me, I think it would actually lessen their appeal.
A little trivia: That image of that rat's head shopped on Shinn Asuka's body are both characters voiced by Suzumura Kenichi.
ps I'm really not gay.
pps After much encouragement from you guys, I gave becoming a trap a shot, and well, it wasn't exactly what I had in mind; Wearing a skirt sure was weird, since it feels drafty down there. Also, they obviously didn't make panties for guys to wear, man these things are as uncomfortable as hell!