I'm sorry, but I'm not into that. I can understand if a transgender guy wears one while transitioning to a woman, but when a straight male wears one I feel uncomfortable. I am not going to date a guy who is a cross dresser. That's just not my style. I want to date a man. Hate me for it, whatever. I'm a very open minded person, but their are some things that I draw the line at. I just think that some things need to stay the same.
It doesn't matter. Fashion comes and goes. Men wore or still wear skirts in other eras or cultures. Nothing wrong with wearing one or not. It would look outrageous at first, but it would become mainstream if many men did it
Ahh, the mixed messages. You see? Let's stop blaming sexes for the pressures of a traditional society. To be 'masculine'(men) or 'feminine'(women). This is where feminism's REAL definition truly comes into play. Absolutely.
Well skirts were originally only worn by men ( they were in the form of tunics) until they went out of style among men centuries ago. When men made the transition to pants and suits, that was when women adopted the skirt.
So if men decide they want to take the skirt back as their own then more power to them.
If you want, you can go out dressed like a tuna salad. It doesn't affect me.
I lived in New Zealand for a while and own and wear/wore Lava lavas from time to time. Actually I prefer the long black ones as a formal option. When its hot it sucks to wear slacks and I think they look really formal and good. In the U. S. I am out of place in it because its not a regular thing to do.