Why Can't A Guy Wear A Dress And MakeupRace jockeys are paid to wear silks, but I don't think its socially accepted in Australia to wear silk clothing on a daily basis; Actors are paid to wear makeup for their gig yet its not socially accepted for a guy to wear make up in the street. Dancers are either paid or pay to wear tights and leotards, In Australian sport both on a Australian National rugby league [there is a New Zealand team in that comp], and our Australian Rugby union as well as at a school level it is socially accepted to wear some compression clothing such as tights on the legs in an attempt to increase blood flow and reduce muscle aches and pains, many swimmers in the short and long distance swimming wear wetsuits these days yet its not socially accepted to wear tights or panty hoes in Australia. I read last night that men invented those things called high heels. Male’s sexual organs are on the outside of our body so they should be kept inside a certain temperature or they start to get dry, itchy, and scratchy and thus annoying and socially disgusting. So answer me this question
Why is it that it’s not socially accepted for a guy to wear a dress and heals? Why are males supposed to wear boring jeans or pants?
Oh how I long for the day when it is socially accepted for men to wear skirts and dresses.
P.S. this is an American website and most people on here would be American. I however am an Australian so I suspect as I have never travelled outside Australia that America is further ahead on this subject than us Australians. We haven’t legalised gay marriage yet but I suspect it’s not far away, we do have a female Prime Minister or PM which is basically similar in my view to the American president [yes of course there are a few differences- but both Barack Obama and our PM Julia Gillard were both elected for the people by the people [although I don’t like Julia’s party as I am a liberal / national supporter and she is from the labour party- i.e. the workers party.
When it all comes down to it, it’s only clothing
I think that’s about it
tightskins 22-25, M 11 Responses 5 Jan 14, 2012