Give Pants Back! Women Should Only Wear Skirts And Dresses
Lately I've been doing e-battle with the forces of bigotry who claim that men should not wear women's clothing. Though I personally don't believe that clothing doesn't come with gender assignation (does cloth even have chromosomes?) I have, at last, found some middle ground, a sort of Israel for the fashion war between men and women.
How about this ladies, if you don't like men wearing women's clothing, how about you give back your shorts and your jeans and your shirts? Because, you know, traditionally, and still in some sectors of society, those aren't womens clothing at all. If you can't handle the idea of a man wearing lingerie and a skirt, then it is only fair that you toss out all those slacks, all those jeans, all those cute little shorts you like wearing so much. They are entirely masculine and to be honest, very immodest, you brazen hussies! What kind of lady shows off her legs like that? Oh, and those boyshort panties you find so very comfortable? No. Back to bloomers for you please! Oh, and make sure you're wearing a petticoat or two under those skirts as well. Only a loose woman doesn't wear a petticoat.
What's that you say? You don't want to give pants back? You don't want to be forced into the dark ages of fashion just because you happen to have two X chromosomes? Well if you don't want to give pants back, how can you sit there and sneer and jeer at the idea of men wearing skirts and lingerie? You do know, of course, that the first women to wear pants were treated in much the same way you're now treating men, right? They were accused of being masculine, of being unattractive, of being lesbians. The women you see today saying that men who want to wear lingerie must be gay, are certainly unattractive, and are definitely wrong are horrid ghostly specters of a sort of bigotry that should have passed us by in the 1920's but is now being reclaimed by modern women who seem to think that they've always had the 'right' to wear pants. Not so, ladies, not so.
Fortunately way back when women claimed the right to wear pants, women didn't listen to the naysayers who questioned their morality and orientation, and now I can wear jeans whenever I want. They went ahead and wore them anyway and eventually everyone calmed down. But you know what ladies, if we're going to keep our jeans and our slacks and all the rest of it, we can't sit here and hypocritically say that it is wrong for men to wear what is now known as 'women's' clothing. To do so is, quite frankly shameful and a betrayal of the ideals of equality our fore-mothers fought for.
If we get pants and skirts, they get skirts and lingerie.