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.
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.
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.
Jainil Mehta is an Indian man who dances in colorful skirts. This an interesting interview with him about his rise to “fame” and what it means to him.
This article is written by a reporter who wrote about his experiences, both good and bad, while spending a day out in public wearing a skirt in the UK.
I decided to run an experiment on myself to see how I would feel leaving all skirts, heels and other gender non-conforming clothing out of my wardrobe. The experiment was simple enough: go a week with only wearing “normal” men’s clothing.