I wouldn't wear them either, but it sure amazes me how women can wear anything from combat boots, to jock straps and its ok but when a man decides he wants to try something new he's gay, weirdo, a crossdresser, stupid, strange,girly boy...How dare men be different !
You are so right, me and my cross dressing sisters are looked down upon by many people and why?
I don't wear them because they're trendy. I wear them because I like the style. (And it doesn't hurt that my girlfriend really likes me in them ;-) )<br />
But because it's different from the current male fashion, it will look odd for a while. In a decade, you won't even notice. (Or maybe you will and linger for a moment :-) )
I shall rush out and buy some.I will look so suave in my mud plastered meggings.
wow... I would not like to see a guy I'm dating in meggings.. unless I'm dressing him up as a woman.. <br />
they also make skinny jeans for babies, now... I don't get it
OMFG you gotta be kidding me!!!!!<br />
Well, it'll be easier to spot out real men from stupid ones lol
I would never date a man who wore them. Each to their own but I can just imagine some men wearing them, would look like they were doing it for a bet.
Omg nuke it now, b4 it catches on.
you will need a codpiece
"good God yal"
I am not a mangina.
Meggings? That sounds like a disease! XD
Must be more New York gay. That's so gay!
Hmmm... I always find it interesting when people who don't fit the "norm" disparage others who don't fit the "norm."
Ohhhh. That's so gay!
Ned Kelly could hv a pair
Never have been; never will. Give me jeans and a t-shirt any day (while dressing up, as appropriate, of course!).
only when walking in woods and protect myself from ticks
I wear them for sports now. Just like hundreds of other male sports athletes. I don't class it as a fashion trend, but more of a comfort factor when on the bike or running.
Those that have an issue need to get over their own arrogance and stereotypical agenda by calling out others in an attempt to make them conform to their own ignorance. Seriously, this belittling against men in leggings is getting old.