Many men wear skirts, dresses, heels and the like only when they are home alone. They don’t even want their partners to know or see them. Much less take a walk in public dressed in this way. Here is how I see it, as the partner of a man who used to be like this.
An increasing number of brave men are wearing traditionally feminine clothing these days: in real life as well as all over the media. What styles are the coolest from a woman’s point of view?
The world is challenging traditional gender norms and the significance of gender non-conforming clothing has become something of an ascendant star. As someone who neither identifies as transgender nor cisgender, I have embarked on a bit of a journey to embracing clothing that defies societal expectations. This article explores the empowering experience of wearing what brings me comfort.
When my husband confessed what he was up to when I was not home, I was shocked. This is how we figured it out as a couple – and how the crisis changed my perspective.
Wearing gender non-conforming clothing in public is a daunting task, but there are a few things you can do to build up the courage to go out and rock that skirt or those heels!
I have been playing around with Microsoft Bing’s new AI feature and just out of curiosity, I thought I would ask it a couple of questions about wearing skirts and heels as a man.
There are tons of reasons for wearing feminine clothing as a man. The clothes we wear are a deeply personal thing and should express who we are. These are my reasons and my story.