Kilts at Dragon Con

Kilt-based fashions, both traditional and contemporary. Come on guys, bring on the pleats!
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Kilts at Dragon Con

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Saw this on the Dragon Con site:
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Re: Kilts at Dragon Con

Post by partlyscot »

I have never attended any cons, but I understand that kilts, skirts, even dresses and more counter culture garb is common at SciFi, Fantasy, and Comic cons, and that's leaving out the Cosplayers and Crossplyers.

If you go to any comic cons wearing a kilt, or a skirt, you should be aware that you may be invited to take part in an event hosted by Jennie Breeden of Devils Panties. It started out with her haunting the halls of the cons, and attacking kilt wearing guys with a leaf blower. I say "attacking" but as I understand it, there was a certain amount of daring the guys going on. At least I never heard of any guys complaining. The events now occur behind closed doors and by invite only. From the videos I have seen, it's mostly for the ladies, who get pretty loud. Most of the guys go for body builder poses, or show a leg stance, while strategically placing a hand holding the kilt down to avoid full disclosure. :shock:
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Re: Kilts at Dragon Con

Post by Yuki »

It's funny to see this, my friend just asked if I wanted to go to Dragon Con but since it's coming up pretty soon we probably won't have the funds to go...
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