A few days ago, I came across a thread on one of the “men in skirts” forums I frequent that discussed whether it is illegal to wear skirts as a man in Italy. There were no solid conclusions which made me curious, so I did some research of my own and this is what I found.
Today, I’m happy to announce “Profiles of Beskirted Men” — a new series whose purpose it is to show the world that there are many different kinds of men out there who are interested in wearing not just skirts, but also dresses, tights, high heels and other gender non-conforming clothes.
In this article, Julia discusses her thoughts about why women often compliment her beskirted husband while men tend to ignore him.
Since wintertime is upon us here in the Northern Hemisphere, this week’s poll asks how you wear your skirts during winter.
If you look at the pictures men post of themselves on social media wearing skirts, you’ll notice that some tuck their shirts in while wearing skirts and others don’t. So which group do you belong to?
Today’s question is based on the fact that it is being published on Halloween.
Today’s poll asks about whether you wear nightgowns. They are a great way to wear a dress-like garment to bed and they even come in cuts designed for masculine bodies. In a way, they are the ultimate “stealth dress”.
Today’s poll asks about how well dresses fit your body type. I have tried many different dresses, but it’s very rare I find one that fits well.
This is not only an interesting history of high heels and how they were fashionable among men for centuries, but also touches on the topic of whether they will come back in style for men.
End Gender-Specific Clothing is a Tumblr page that features pictures of men wearing clothing and shoes that are typically associated with women, so lots of skirts, dresses and high heels.
tights4him is a blog dedicated to men wearing tights, but there is one post the author has put together that features men in skirts of different styles.
This is a great article about how the norms of masculinity are changing to be more inclusive and less toxic and the fact that a lot of women find men like that hot.
This article is about exactly what the title suggests: the history of the combat kilt.
This article is an interesting discussion about gendered clothing. It uses men in skirts as an example to illustrate the pointlessness of it.
This is an excellent post detailing the author’s slow journey into more feminine clothing. He discusses his experiences in public as well as how he worked up the courage to wear less subtly feminine outfits out in public over time.