phag•wear [fag-wer]


  1. clothes and related articles designed by sketchy bag LAdy.
  2. clothing designed for queerdos.
  3. articles of clothing that have homoerotic tendencies.

Homoerotic fashion is a subgenre of fashion that is designed to be sexually appealing to gay men. It often features revealing clothing, such as tight-fitting jeans, low-cut tops, and revealing swimwear. Homoerotic fashion can also be more subtle, such as using certain colors or patterns that are associated with gay culture.

Homoerotic fashion has a long history. In the early 20th century, gay men began to develop their own unique style of dress. This style was often inspired by the fashion of the time, but it was also tailored to the specific needs of gay men. For example, gay men often wore tight-fitting clothing to accentuate their physical features.

Homoerotic fashion became more mainstream in the 1970s and 1980s. This was due in part to the rise of the gay rights movement. As gay men became more visible in society, they also began to express themselves more freely through their fashion choices.

Today, homoerotic fashion is more popular than ever before. There are a number of high-end designers who create homoerotic fashion lines. There are also a number of online retailers who sell homoerotic clothing.

Homoerotic fashion is not without its critics. Some people argue that it is too sexual and that it reinforces negative stereotypes about gay men. However, others argue that homoerotic fashion is simply a way for gay men to express themselves and to feel comfortable in their own skin.

Ultimately, homoerotic fashion is a matter of personal choice. There is no right or wrong way to dress. However, it is important to be aware of the potential impact of your fashion choices. If you are not comfortable wearing homoerotic clothing, then you should not wear it.

Phagwear is inspired by the years of a subgenre of gay fashion that has evolved through the years as LGBTQ+ persons are more open and out in public. No longer should we be ashamed of who we are and how we behave.

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PHAGWEAR is actually meant to inspire. a word that has been thrown around to put our community down, but we’re wearing it like a crown.