Okay, before everyone starts getting all fussy, I know these are typically feminine articles of clothing and I understand the societal struggle to want men to be "men." yadda yadda, BUT dresses and skirts can be SO comfortable and practical.
Late? Slip on a dress with some seamless shorts underneath, some shoes and yer done. ha ha I love them.
I'm just curious, if it were more socially acceptable would you wear one? :D
Obviously, they would be tailored for men in the same way that pants became tailored for women :)
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Hmm, a skirt would be kind of embarassing to wear (read argumentation pls).
I mean, it would look vulgar and all those sorts of things because the men tends to be the one to initiate sex I think, so I think it would cause some very strange reactions, and still be morally not really accepted if it would become accepted someday.
Apart from that, I would feel pretty weird knowing that it might raise some sexual innuendo (hence maybe seen as perversity), and I must keep myself restricted in all ways.
That would put pressure on me, because, you see, a girl can just get wet, but a man...
We got our pants protecting us from that to a certain degree because pants don't bend nearly as much as skirts : ).
Hmm I don't know what more to say, that's kind of it, if we'd get sexual feelings we'd probably be regarded as pervs or so, that's the real problem behind it.
Or they should find out another version of a skirt or something lol.
So things are as they are I think.
It'd be quite a step for a man, wearing a skirt, as skirts are now, I think it'd be uncomfortable for most men for named reasons.
If they made a new skirt and THAT got accepted, well then perhaps.
I only wouldn't know how they'd do that but perhaps they'll inevnt something like that in the future.
Soldiers used to wear skirts in the roman army I believe but they were from iron or steel so that fixes things too.1