I know that a few people have included in their response that, at one point in time, women weren't allowed to wear pants, so this is like the flip side of that. The former of which may be true, but there are no practical reasons as to why a large portion of men should wear skirts. It's not like they could do it for reasons of discouraging creeps who may try to look at their panties through pants. Maybe a fashion statement, but I doubt that would pertain to a large enough chunk of the population so that whole retailers would need to market skirts solely for men. Also, if men argue that skirts would be more comfortable for their balls or dicks if they're hung like a horse... well. Lucky for you, but there are pants for that. shewalkssoftly.files.wordpress.com/.../11-0031_1_.jpg
It would be hard to do. You'd have to design and market them in a way that is seen as obviously not feminine and that would be seen as masculine. And you'd have to get male celebs to rock them. Personally, I would not oppose them, I have nice legs so it'd be nice to be able to show them off a bit more. I mean, if you look at a movie like TROY, Brad Pitt is dawning a skirt for the entire film, but I don't think anyone saw him as feminine or gender confused in it. And of course Russel Crowe does so in Gladiator with the same response.
Didn't this happen when David Beckham wore a sarong once because his wife told him too?
I've seen many men in dresses and skirts (alternative upbringing, surrounded by hippies) so for me it isn't a big deal at all... Maybe next they can just make clothes... for humans... instead if for mannequins...
I support that. It might not be very popular, but for those men that are into wearing skirts and dresses, it would probably be nice to get things that are in their size and made for their general body types.