My 18 year old son wears women panties

Lynda - posted on 05/29/2016 ( 7 moms have responded )

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Well I don't know if he has worn my own pair's of panteis. I found a plastic bag full of panteis and Pantyhose under his bed. He does have his own job. I know those pairs are not mine. Not sure what I should ask or tell him. Honestly I don't care what he wears, because It shouldn't be my business to know what he wears, but the fact that I know that he is wearing wemons panteis and Pantyhose, I feel like I should ask him why? I'm not sure at all.

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♫ Shawnn ♪♫♫ - posted on 06/02/2016

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@ Debbie Falasco: “although Shawnn was most likely attempting to be helpful, she/he apparently DOES NOT have teenagers”~~No, I most certainly do NOT have teenagers, my dear misguided person, I have ADULTS. Two of them, to be exact, both male! LMAO at idiotic assumptions made by others who have no fucking clue.

However, REGARDLESS of whether or not I have teens, kids, cats, or goats…ADULTS have a right to privacy, REGARDLESS OF RESIDENCE. I respect my sons’ privacy in my home, where one is currently living under contract. So, why do you take exception to my post? It stands. Why is this person invading another adult’s private space?

Furthermore, after accusing me of not having a fucking clue, you go on to state that you only have a SEVEN YEAR OLD???? So how does that make you ANY sort of experienced parent to be giving an answer to this question? Yes, the behavior is normal, that of the adult male living in his parents’ home. However, the behavior of the homeowner is NOT normal, nor is it OK!

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Nadine - posted on 06/03/2016

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I 100% agree with Shawnn. I have two grown children, and an almost 16 year old, and I would never invade their (yes even the 15 year old's) privacy by snooping. What a horrible violation of their space. Yes, a child is always your child, in the sense that you will always be there for them, but not in the sense that they are not entitled to their privacy. You were right, it should not be your business what he wears, and if you had not been in his room snooping around you would have no issues with what do do about something that has nothing to do with you.

Debbie - posted on 06/01/2016

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Lynda, I agree with Sarah below. I have no idea what Hihi was trying to say, and although Shawnn was most likely attempting to be helpful, she/he apparently DOES NOT have teenagers! And nowadays, teens range between the ages of 17-22 (even tho teens really technically end at 19). Here is my opinion.....and I already know you are open/interested, or you wouldn't be here, as I am with my issues. There is not a (pardon my terminology, because I have a potty mouth) DAMN thing wrong with your son! So what? He like women's lingerie. What man doesn't?? Ok, so not all men have their own collection.....ok, ok. But ya know what?!? Not all women have dildos or bullets either. Are us women that have toys, things that we like (that make us happy), make us freaks? Weirdo's? Unacceptable to the majority? Well, the majority, the PC, maybe. But only because they lie to everyone including themselves. And that same "majority", I am quite sure, would find something wrong with your son also. But we women with toys AND YOUR SON IS FINE! He has a faddish. And?!? Granted, I get that it might be really strange if any of the lingerie was yours......but Oedipus complex is completely normal also, tho most often exhibited in the 3-6 year range (I think). My youngest son just turned 7, and he is still in love with me! (I truthfully like it, not in a sexual way tho). And so he is 18. OK?!? He is a legal adult with rights. OK?!? But as long as he lives in your house where you pay the bills, you trump all!

♫ Shawnn ♪♫♫ - posted on 05/31/2016

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why are you invading the privacy of another adult? I don't care if he's your kid, or if he lives in your home.

He's an ADULT.

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