Gents: If skirts and pantyhose (tights) were a man’s fashion, would you wear them? Ladies: If skirts and pantyhose (tights) were a man’s fashion, what would you think of men wearing them? Gents: Have you ever worn a kilt?
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And, statistics being what they are today, that would probably be the case in this great big fat lovable USA. I'm sure the fashion designers would find ways of "camouflaging" the negatives and enhancing the positives, just like with women.
Even fashion sometimes gets it wrong. Also some men should not even wear shorts, current fashion does not suit all.
Oh, and remember Zoobaz? (however they were spelled?) Somebody should write a hub on their historical history and, thankfully, how short it was.
Absolutely, positively nothing is wrong with cross-dressing. Whatever one is inclined to wear, I say let them wear it. I personally don't mind the men in tights and kilts at Renaissance festivals--practical and attractive.
Yeah, lots of advantages to that. Not many guys can wear a kilt and look attractive. LOL Thanks, Li Galo!
CANT have HOLLOWEEN everyday...Men have more important things to do.
Parallel parking and lifting heavy things? (Sorry, JUST TEASING---If I'd been serious I would have added "watching sports on TV" to that list. See the difference?) Maybe I'd better eat lunch before I get punched in the face by a guy wearing a skirt..
I'm with you there, carlajbehr: there's nothing so attractive as a man in a nice suit (or dress uniform, or tuxedo).
You are a hoot! I totally agree with you about the necessity of airflow. Suggestion: if you have, er, medical problems the likes of which davids11548 spoke, why not experiment with thigh-highs and garter belts?
I'm still chuckling over this one. loscorros, I don't think the drag queen will listen to your argument with more than a passing interest. Best to print out this article for proof of your point of view. (P.S. Please redact all names before sharing.)
Jesse, in this retro-prejudiced age, I don't blame you for not wanting to wear skirts and dresses in public! Better safe... Kilts might be an option for public wear. Sports bras should help with control, if that is your goal. If not, cheers to you!
Skirts/dresses on women--I'm there! I only own 1 pair of blue jeans, and they still look like new after a few years.
Wild, Laura, women after my own heart. There is nothing that shows the feminine side of a woman more.
I confess, I get funny stares from my neighbors doing yard work in skirts, though. :-) Oh--and bug bites in places I wish I hadn't.
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