Would I be right?
Do you wear skirts now? If so, what kind, how often, and where? If not, what's stopping you?
I am from Edmonton, Alberta. Been wearing skirts for as long as I can remember, mostly in the safety of my home. I wore my kilt for the first time last summer when my wife and I were going to the fertility clinic in Calgary. True sense of freedom walking around the city and shops without being confined in jean.
Yes 74 is the year that I was born.
I think it's the typical stereotype of skirts being women's clothing that prevents me to wear them out in public more often. Although when I do wear my kilt out, I usually Hear good compliments, mainly from elderly women. The occasional guy has come up to me asking about them as well. My wife supports me wearing skirts and is constantly trying to get me to wear them out when we take off for the day.
And honestly, I am getting pretty tired of being uncomfortable in jeans and have been considering wearing he kilt and skirts more often.
- Fred in Skirts
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Welcome to the cafe Leather74. You have found a great place to talk about and learn about skirts and wearing them out and about in the wild. I wear only skirts and wear them everywhere. I have not had any problems and I live in the deep South, also known as the Bible Belt, with the far right and Bible thumpers all around. I travel in a skirt all of the time. Never had any trouble at the air ports either. As many here will tell you the only thing stopping you from wearing skirts out and about is your own fears. Today there are so many things that keep people occupied that they really don't have time to bother you or anyone else. So get out there and enjoy your skirts, listen to your wife and wear your skirts!!
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