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25 July 2006

Cross-dressing lawyer skirts dress code

Apparently Dr. Rob Moodie, a New Zealand lawyer, has decided to start dressing as a woman to protest a government cover-up of a bridge disaster built by the New Zealand army. (Dr. Moodie represents the family of the person killed when the bridge collapsed.) Read the dress-up story here, see a picture here and get some background on the case here.

I'm still not quite sure how to take the fact that he's crossdressing as a protest, though.

  • On 7/26/2006 7:40 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Rob Moodie dressed like that to draw attention to his case for the Berrymans.
    ... and he did that in spades !
    Mission accomplished ... "beam me up, Scottie"

     
  • On 7/26/2006 6:22 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    I am backing Rob 1000 %.
    See web site...

    homepages.paradise.net.nz/teegee/

     
  • On 7/27/2006 8:37 AM, Anonymous Andy said…

    Yeah, it kind of sounds a weird way of protesting. You wouldn't black up with boot polish to protest a racist crime, or cut off your legs if a disability case didn't go according to generally perceived justice, would you? Does it have any connection to the case, or not? Confusing! x

     
  • On 7/27/2006 3:31 PM, Blogger ndrad said…

    I'm a little confused too. If he likes to dress in that fashion then that seems to not be as effective of a protest. I think he looks fine in the skirt and should always wear what he feels comfortable in. People who are still hungup about men wearing skirts need to travel and read a little more history regarding clothing that people where around the world.

    ndrad also known as txrad

     
  • On 7/27/2006 11:42 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Look at the "I'm backing Rob 1000%"
    teegee web site.

     
  • On 8/01/2006 3:30 PM, Blogger konagod said…

    Since he's said he enjoys wearing women's clothes anyway, I don't think he's protesting so much as he's using the protest excuse to be more "out" with his attire.

     
  • On 8/01/2006 7:58 PM, Blogger nexy said…

    i tend to agree with konagod. let him protest if he feels like it, but he should wear the clothes he feels comfortable in regardless. and for goodness sake, he should use the men's bathroom. there's nothing more upsetting than seeing a man in the woman's bathroom. is nothing sacred?

     
  • On 8/06/2006 7:25 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    HEY ! Rob Moodie does not represent the family of the person killed !!
    He is representing the Berrymans who owned the farm that the bridge that collapsed ... GAVE ACCESS TO. The bridge was over the Retaruke river and the farm boundary was the river bank on their side of the river. So the bridge was on Ruapehu District Council "land"

     
  • On 8/15/2006 7:49 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Hey I dig wearing womens lingerie and dresses why not him

     
  • On 8/15/2006 7:54 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Listen I am a 25 year old once male. My girlfriend had me dress up as a 1950's teen age girl with petticoat garterbelt and stockings and 50's style very sheer and sexy panties then the skirt and top even a bra and silicone inserts. She did the makeup and lipo stick and shit I was so aroused all night it was a good thing I had those silky sexy petticoats (yes 4 petticoats so my drss stuck out really far) but it also hid something. I will tell you all especially males, womens lingerie especially the real suilky stuff like nylon panties and a satin slip and stockings are a real turnon so much so that now I have no choice but to live as a female. I am physicaly and emotionally addicted to womens clothing and the thought of weasring anything but silky panties and a bra is sick to me now. So he may have done it once like me and got hooked and uses it as an excuse. Please men do not ever try on lingerie is is to much to overcome. You girls understand what I mean you know the sensations of silky panties and a soft sheer multi flowing wedding type of nightgown how it falls all around you with that sikly sheer feeling.

     
  • On 10/25/2006 12:19 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    I am Dr Moodie's webmaster.
    Dr Moodie represents the farming couple who lost their farm (the farm house was burnt to the ground while they were in the capital city,Wellington, for a Select Committee hearing). As a result of the fire the farm was lost. They now live in Wanganui City.
    The person who died was a beekeeper who had been told by his partner that she was moving out.
    He was travelling at 17 - 19 kph instead of the 5kph limit as instructed by the farm owners.

     
  • On 2/05/2007 2:06 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Crossdressing as a protest good thing get their attention and get known. Good luck to you, I think you will continue crossdressing when this is over.

     

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