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Should Society Normalise Men Wearing Dresses/Skirts?
Society should normalise men wearing dresses/skirts
Clothes have no gender! They are just pieces of fabric.
People ought to be free to wear what they want without being attacked (outside of the workplace).
This would help transgender people blend in throughout society, allowing them to face less discrimination.
Woman appreciate the visual spectacle of men's legs just as much as the vice versa scenario.
Men would be a lot more comfortable this way.
Since wearing pants is a recent trend/norm, it can go away if wearing dresses/skirts becomes a new trend/norm.
If anyone is allowed to wear anything, then the concept of gendered clothing would be meaningless. In other words, it promotes gender blindness and not gender equality.
This topples the traditional and established order of things.
This would feminize men and lead to the destruction of manliness as we know it.
It may change people's perceptions of the men in question who elect to wear skirts.
Fashion shouldn't have to change for political reasons.
Women do not always get to wear dresses/skirts (especially of certain lengths). Men should not be exempt if women are not either. It just keeps double standards going.
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