Should my brother be allowed to take my clothes?

So my younger brother is constantly taking my clothes, and I don't mean borrowing, I mean taking. He walks into my room, opens the dresser, and takes them. It wouldn't be a problem for me if he asked, but he doesn't, and I'll wake up in the morning and have no pants to bring for gym class, or no clean underwear left. I just want to know if I'm right to be mad, because I keep feeling like since we're brothers we should share, but at the same time it's really annoying. And he does have clothes that fit, he just chooses to wear mine instead.
By Moran 1 years ago :: Family (Extended)
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