When I began wearing clothing designed for men, one of the first things I noticed was that pants had much roomier pockets and much more sensible sizing (by waist and inseam measurements rather than arbitrary numbers that vary widely by brand). I loved being able to fit my keys, wallet, cell phone, and other everyday items in my pants pockets rather than the dorky fanny pack I’d sported for many years. Absent, tiny, and (especially) fake pockets on women’s clothes are just ridiculous and insulting.

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