My look - I hope it looks normal

General discussion of skirt and kilt-based fashion for men, and stuff that goes with skirts and kilts.
Faldaguy
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Re: My look - I hope it looks normal

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Good on you. Just doing the 'normal' stuff without acting like weird -- the "just own it" advice you see here frequently, and you find it works just fine. A few more trips and it will be ho-hum for you, the kids, and the teachers. Sometimes it takes the parents a bit longer to not be surprised, but they too will roll with it like any other place.

The private schools here know me as I teach mini-courses in chess; but I've attended graduations and such at the public school --as the invited guest, and never an issue -- all eyes are on the students anyway.

So now you've broken another "barrier" -- what is next?
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Re: My look - I hope it looks normal

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Faldaguy wrote:
Sat Dec 03, 2022 4:56 am
Good on you. Just doing the 'normal' stuff without acting like weird -- the "just own it" advice you see here frequently, and you find it works just fine. A few more trips and it will be ho-hum for you, the kids, and the teachers. Sometimes it takes the parents a bit longer to not be surprised, but they too will roll with it like any other place.

The private schools here know me as I teach mini-courses in chess; but I've attended graduations and such at the public school --as the invited guest, and never an issue -- all eyes are on the students anyway.

So now you've broken another "barrier" -- what is next?
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