Skirt Cafe is an on-line community dedicated to exploring, promoting and advocating skirts and kilts as a fashion choice for men, formerly known as men in skirts. We do this in the context of men's fashion freedom --- an expansion of choices beyond those commonly available for men to include kilts, skirts and other garments. We recognize a diversity of styles our members feel comfortable wearing, and do not exclude any potential choices. Continuing dialog on gender is encouraged in the context of fashion freedom for men. See here for more details.
alexthebird wrote:For a group of people who have deliberately made fashion choices that are outside of the mainstream, i think that the reactions to these pictures (not to mention the pictures themselves) are a little mean-spirited.
skirtingtoday wrote:Here is a warning message to over-weight people who have to go on an extreme diet to lose weight - note there are a couple of naked pictures on this link and it's not a pretty sight...
skirtyscot wrote:[... I]t is a salutary reminder, seeing skirted men among the people who we are invited to sneer at. We gather here in our little corner of the internet, where our extremely rare line of thinking about clothing meets with unanimous approval. Some of us venture out of our houses skirted, with great trepidation at first and deliberately not looking at the reactions of onlookers. But are we as jarring to the eye of Mr Average as the size 30 women who failed to squeeze into their size 10 trousers, or the unfortunates who didn't make it to the toilet in time?
Caultron wrote:I didn't like [the "Walmartians"] either that the collection included two photos of men in skirts. I almost didn't post the link for that reason. But hopefully, we look a good bit more presentable than the guy with the red hat or the one in the shapeless purple dress (or is it a housecoat?) And I thought the message was, "People wear all kinds of stuff in public, some odder than us, so don't sweat it."
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