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Good, wearing a skirt should not "turn you into a girl"
Bad, it is appropriation of female traditions
Good (other)
Bad (other)
Other

I know a man (cis and straight, he never had any doubts about his gender and orientation) that owns several skirts. He often wears them around the house - because it's comfy and stylish, not because of some weird fetish. The skirts were sewn to his measure from a fabric he chose.

He now plans to start wearing them outside the house, i.e in public. Is it a good thing from a feminist point of view in your opinion?

I know a man (cis and straight, he never had any doubts about his gender and orientation) that owns several skirts. He often wears them around the house - because it's comfy and stylish, not because of some weird fetish. The skirts were sewn to his measure from a fabric he chose. He now plans to start wearing them outside the house, i.e in public. Is it a good thing from a feminist point of view in your opinion?

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I'm fine with it. I wear men's clothes and don't care if men wear clothes marketed for women as long as everyone stays based in reality.

[–] mountainwitch 11 points Edited

Yes. If more dudes were comfortable with their maleness while running around in skirts perhaps we'd see some fractures within the gender-crazed community. The more GNC men who don't claim to be women exist, the more backlash these fanatics will face when they say "oh I've always loved pink and sparkles, therefore I must be a catgirl".