Congratulations to all of you!

Discussion of fashion elements and looks that are traditionally considered somewhat "femme" but are presented in a masculine context. This is NOT about transvestism or crossdressing.
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SkirtedViking
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Congratulations to all of you!

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I am very glad to see that there is such a section for men like me who definately do not wish to be something else but exercise fashion freedom and equality to the optimum level.I wish to congratulate all people here that make me feel one of them,understood and a normal guy!I feel like home in here!
There is nothing worse than double standard!

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Welcome home then, SkirtedViking! Being a normal guy shouldn't mean having tastes limited by what others are afraid to wear. :)

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Being a normal guy shouldn't mean having tastes limited by what others are afraid to wear.
Nice quote. I'd like that on a poster on my wall. :wink:
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"TOTAL CLOTHING RIGHTS" dude! :D

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Clothing has been so driven by gender for well over a century, meaning, only men can wear this while only women can wear that. But the inequity between the genders is monstrous. Women can wear anything, including jeans and combat boots and not raise so much as an eyebrow from society, but if a man ventures out in a skirt, Katie bar the door! That's just not fair. I'm glad boards like this exist where men who wish to exhibit fashion freedom can make their voices heard. I'm glad to be onboard!

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Skirt Chaser wrote:Being a normal guy shouldn't mean having tastes limited by what others are afraid to wear.
Indeed not. It takes balls to wear a skirt.
fka Richard II. The one in the long skirt.

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Richard III wrote:
Skirt Chaser wrote:Being a normal guy shouldn't mean having tastes limited by what others are afraid to wear.
Indeed not. It takes balls to wear a skirt.
So that's why women aren't wearing them as much anymore. 8)
ChristopherJ wrote:Nice quote. I'd like that on a poster on my wall. :wink:
For you dear man, I'll come over there and write it on your wall personally! :lol:

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Re: Congratulations to all of you!

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Swish swish (dust scatters into the air) coughs.

Thought I would dust off and old thread from years ago.

In case you have forgotten this important message.
The message still holding true.

Congratulations to all of you. For thinking outside of the box.

I absolutely love this quote.

"Skirt Chaser wrote:
Being a normal guy shouldn't mean having tastes limited by what others are afraid to wear.
Indeed not. It takes balls to wear a skirt."
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Avoid the middle man, wear a kilt or skirt.

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