Yes. The Scottish know what's up.
if we are talking about kilts i am aaaaall for it
Here again we see the impact of mass hypnosis in society. You say kilts could be OK, implying that other styles are not. Kilts are a part of your thinking, your mentality, your consciousness, because you've seen them on some men over the years, in person or otherwise. Other styles on men aren't part of your mentality therefore you resist the idea---not that you advocate will prevent change---it's that you resist anything, socially speaking, that represents a new idea to you. New ideas you regard as threatening. So, is anyone saying that women should limit their trouser choice to just ONE changeless style? You're like the travel agent telling a man that Scotland is the only acceptable overseas destination for him---then waiting on the female client---you ask, "where in this entire wide world do you wish to visit?"
kilts are hot. :)
haha-- a woman with good taste.
forgive me, sir. just a stream of conscious reply..heehee.
Same as saying Eastwood's .44 Magnum wasn't a gun, it was a firearm. Playing with words can't change the nature of things. No kilt can possibly ever be anything other than a subcategory of the master category "skirts."
Tartan is unique and often extraordinarily appealing. However, no man in a kilt outfit can draw remotely as much notice as I when I wear my Greek costume. That which is best known isn't always "ne plus ultra"in appeal.
Kilts are only one of the dozens of types of skirts. Men deny that a kilt is a skirts due to their sexual insecurity.
You MUST be in denial of the obvious.
Kilts are not skirts? Really. You are definitely in denial of the obvious. A kilt is nothing more than a Scottish tartan skirt. As a man I would never even buy a kilt since most are grossly overpriced, heavy, uncomfortable & just plain ugly. There are many skirts that fit perfectly, especially in the juniors sizes, some even with several pockets & wide belt loops. A real man doesn't have a label phobia since no one will probably see the label in your skirt. A man who won't buy a skirt unless someone tells him that it is a kilt is little more than a fool who is easy to separate from his money.
Yeah, easy access.
and smart, too! lol-- you got yourself a keeper. ;)
Yes, men should wear skirts. Long heavy denim or leather.<br />
I made my boy friend wear them, now he wears them all the time at home. I have also shaved his head, made him have both his ears pierced and streched them to one inch. I have taken all his jumpers from him and bought him cardigans. He only wears polo shirts with his collar buttoned and he does as he is told. -- Should men wear skirts - oh yes!
Skirts should be worn by "anyone" who is comfortable wearing them. Skirts are just another article of clothing that has been worn by both men and women in different styles at different times in history. Whether the skirt is worn by man or woman, it should be worn to properly cover and conceal the person's private areas the skirt has been fashioned to conceal. Whether worn by man or woman, the skirt should be worn no shorter than 2 inches above the knee with underware or panties to assure nothing is exposed; and proper bending and sitting habits should be used to reduce potential of accidental exposure. And lastly, hairy legs do not look well with a skirt of any length other than to the floor, so yes guys if you are going to enjoy the comfort of the skirt, join the ladies in the hair removal from your legs.<br />
So yes guys, join gals in skirt wearing and shaving your legs, but don't forget your under shorts and safe sitting and bending.
Of course! Kilt or not! <br />
Hell, wear a mini-skirt!<br />
It's all just clothing stitched together to hide our natural bodies from each other anyways, there's no actual /RULES/ to it. The fashion industry just likes you to think that way, of course, because it gives their 'authority' worth and power if people believe in a fabricated fashion code.
Yes, My boyfiend wears a faux leather bondage skirt all the time. He will even wear it when we go out to selected places.<br />
I love him to wear it, he likes it and says it is very confortable, a pitty that society does not accept it as the norm. People should be allowed to wear what they want.<br />
Long ankle length skirts are best
If they shave there legs then I wouled be amused
I know I'm not a female; But if you really want to wear a skirt or for that matter toga, Then were it. We have kids who have 4 inch holes in their ears and you are worried about what others will think if you if you decide to wear a dress? If I saw you walking down the road and you had a bright pink dress on with pink pumps: I would look at you and then thick briefly ya that's a little fu* Ken strange, and then I would instantly forget about it.
Someone introduced a subsidiary thread in the main thread which is "Ladies do you think men should wear skirts?" People who "think" kilts are the only type skirt men could wear generally know the world contains far more geography than Scotland alone. Why then are they so stubbornly narrow in their overview of attire? Maybe National Geographic, since 1888, didn't catch on that they should cover only one region? Kilts have enough attention, it's far past time for other styles to receive consideration.
I would definatly keep the pink dress
Yes, and with panties, too...lol
Modesty remains important. And men are often more comfortable with support---ask any sprinter. There was the Scot who was "regimental" (no underwear), he soiled his expensive costume, underwear could have prevented or minimized that problem.
Yes, panties are very important, to be sure...silk panties are very sexy on a man....lol
my kind of girl
Yes! whatever kind they choose to wear, AND whenever they choose to wear it.
Yes they should be able to wear what we want skirts bras panties whatever
You forgot to say that women should wear jock straps too. A man who wears a bra is just a fat slop who needs to start a serious diet.
Are u serious bro
I wished men could, I would and would not wear underwear