gender

Today’s “In the Media” post is a shout-out to another similarly-minded blogger who writes about the gender-neutral lifestyle.

A lot of men wear gender non-conforming clothing in secret. It would be interesting to know how many of you keep it a secret from your families and why.

This post explores some of the questions that arise for men who like to wear skirts and have young sons in the country.

This video is a monologue about whether regular people can queerbait. The reason I am posting it is because there is a segment that addresses straight, cis-men who dress and/or act in a more feminine way and whether they queerbait.

Little Prince Charming is a small online shop based in The Netherlands that sells dresses for boys.

Today’s poll asks the question of whether men who wear traditionally women’s clothing could be considered the opposite of a “tomboy”.

What does “promoting femininity in masculinity” actually mean? In this article, I discuss what it means to me and what I am trying to achieve with this blog.

It’s a step in the right direction, but it’s sad that companies still have to be forced to not discriminate based on gender.

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.

Wearing skirts as a man can be incredibly liberating, but sometimes wearing skirts or other gender non-conforming clothing makes me feel trapped.