Fully agree. I buy mine from society labelled womenwear stores and have no issues from staff or customers. Do so online in my name, at times the parcel label has a clear indication of where it is from and unlike some stores that cover both genders some are female only.moonshadow wrote:They can make "mens" skirts all day long.... I'm still going to primarily wear "womens".... why?
1) They look better (anything with a "mens" label is bound to look dull, boring, and/or obnoxiously macho....)
2) Because I can....
At the end of the day it is a "label", a society "label". You can choose to live by it or ignore it. I ignore many society "labels", quite a few are necessary but clothing gender labels I just ignore. Labels are changed by society only when enough followers partake in that activity. Sometimes with a few numbers, some times many thousands are needed. As with labels, it is all down to the wim of society.