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Men Go For Skirts

Time: 2019-06-09 18:20cheongsam dress Click:

Here is my view of it all and a little about me

The people I have come in contact with—95% of them women, of many ages, love what I wear. Just recently, I was coming out of the grocery store, and there were 3 girls going into the store at the same time as I was leaving. One yelled back to me, “Hey,i really like your outfit”. I said “Thanks.” Then she said “You are welcome, you look so good in that skirt” It put a smile on my face. I rarely get a negative comment, but it's always nice to hear the positive…..

So can you guess the age of the person that said this? Well , the girl that said that was in the age range of 14-17…. She could have easily said a derogatory comment, but she didn't. So this goes to show ya, people of many ages like to see a guy wear a skirt tastefully done, it is all about your body language, how you talk, and other things as well.

But I know, not ALL women like a guy in a skirt, and I understand that. There is always an exception to every rule.

For me to wear a skirt is like putting on socks, I dont give it much thought. It feels totally natural to me to be in a skirt. When people are unsure, they will say to me “nice kilt”. I will kindly say to them, “This is actually a skirt, a kilt is a TYPE of skirt “ I think they say that for fear of offending me, lol…

Clothes are a personal expression in clothing style and personality. If it fits, WEAR IT. Wear what you feel comfortable with and let’s stop gender discrimination. I enjoy wearing skirts. Most people are fine with that. Men who have a problem with men wearing skirts (a kilt is same diff) are loud bullyish men who lack confindence in their own sexuality and cover up their insecurity by attacking others. So many men today live comfortable lives transporting themselves from their cozy homes, to their climate controlled cars, and into their environmentally shielded workspaces. Their female counterparts, transgressed long ago into the once male-dominated career lifestyle, are comfortably donning non-bifurcated garments as they go off to work and play.

The idea of men wearing skirts in today’s sex polarized society is a hot subject in certain corners of the Internet. Is it cross-dressing or is it the reemergence of an old-world fashion trend? The topic is frequently debated in various Internet discussion groups and forums. For the most part, there is relatively widespread interest and at least moderate acceptance of the ‘men wearing skirts’ idea in one form or another. The indisputable fact about skirts is that they are extremely comfortable to wear for both men and women.

If one follows the cardinal rule of design; “form follows function”, then it is obvious that the idea of restricting men from wearing skirts today is largely a fashion argument. Just as the idea of women wearing pant’s can equally be argued as fashion in most casual living situations. The idea of skirts made for men is both a new and old concept. A “ KILT “ is a skirt. It's a type of skirt. It sounds more manly to say “KILT” instead of “skirt”. I find this sooo funny…. Straight guys are so hung up about gay crap… it doesnt make you gay, daaamn. It's like if I were to say “I'm wearing dress shoe’s” well, there are many KINDS of dress shoes. Same goes for skirts. (With dress shoes I mean like for a suit and so on.)

Pants were not widely used by any society more than three hundred years ago. Pants were originally an invention to make it easier to ride a horse. The NY Times of May 27, 1876 p.6 editorial “A Curious Disease” said women in trousers needed treatment in “the best conducted hospitals for the insane.” Later comes WWII and puts 17 million women into pants, breaking psychiatry’s curse on women of being stuck in skirts. That curse still binds on men however. Psychiatry is extremely toxic to all human liberties. Slaves that wanted freedom had “drapetomania.”

Roman soldiers were excessively masculine and wore skirts. Trousers are a horse back riding invention. Skirts and trousers are style differences never sex differences. Sex differences occur in anatomically distinct items like athletic supporters and bras. Men are senselessly denied human rights in clothing. This is the fault first of psychiatry and second, of religious fanaticism. So this is the year 2013? Am I correct? Just the closed mind phobia people,,,it's sad…The Unitarian church is a haven for these conformist racketeers who call themselves “mental health professionals.” I wore a skirt to one of their churches and a man there told me I was “cross-dressing.” I handed him a copy of an old NY Times article (one of MANY) showing him the bad things people used to say of women in pants. He REFUSED to look at it!

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