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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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As others have said, there is no “cis”. Using that implies “trans” is real.

I used to be all for it. Now? I would look with extreme mistrust at any man doing it, whether he claimed to be a woman or not, because the odds are he’s doing it for a fetish, not just because it’s comfortable/he likes the look/any other innocuous reason.

We can define “cis” as “doesn’t pretend they are not their sex”

We can, but I’m not willing to use the “trans” cult’s nonsense term. As I said, it implies “trans” is real.