I'm not disgusted by you, but I'm also not feigning my frustration. You launch criticisms that don't appear to have any objective basis, throwing around terms like "shoulder seam" and "drape" without knowing what they mean, and sending up rules of fit that are merely figments of your imagination. Meanwhile you attach adjectives like "sexy" and "fantastic" to something like a lapel without being able to explain what actually makes it special to you. Have you considered that I agree with Vox a lot more than I agree with you simply because Vox is right a lot more than you are? As for drape, I'm not the first to cast doubt on this squishy concept. As for what I find sexy, how can it ever be concretely described? It's intangible - and is based upon a look in total and its commensurate aesthetic qualities. As for your fandom of certain SFers, I am by far not the first to document it, but to say that these mancrushes are "right" is hilarious - the vast majority of what we discuss here is subjective, which means that, by definition, there is no right and wrong.