davidingeorgia saidWhat I dont understand about society. And I never will.. But it seems that girls and women have a much bigger choice of clothing then boys and men. Women can wear booty shorts and short shorts and it dont matter what body type they have, they can wear pants of any style, they can wear skirts of any style and length. plus tops and shoes as well..
Where Us guys only have a choice of shorts at or below knees and long pants.....
Anything else worn is mocked by society as being "gay" and "weird"etc.
As far a swimwear goes.. Women again have more choices. Every suit made for them whether its one peice or 2 peice, has the "brief" style bottom that dosent cover any of the leg, yes some have the skirt as well. and women of ny body type and size can wear them.
Us guys, were only accepted by society to wear long boardshorts and shorts to the knees.
Anything else worn such as speedos, squarecuts, or short shorts is mocked by society as "gay"..
WTF happened to guys not showing there upper thighs? i was in my 20s during the 1980s and back then guys wore short shorts and speedos. Now it seems that the male thigh is like a private part and needs to stay covered.. NOT ME.. I can care less about what society thinks. An example, I saw a pic of young guys running a track meet. They had on short running shorts, but had on long jammers underneith to the knees which looked totally stupid.... Just because they dont want to expose bare skin above the knees. WTF is wearing the short running shorts if your going to have longer shorts on under them? Just dont wear them at all....
I know this may be off topic of boys wearing dresses, But I used to wear my sisters dresses when i was in my early teens when i was home alone.
4 yrs ago I started wearing non traditional kilts on a daily basis and to this day i still wear them and have about 10 or more of them already.
I find this society pressure total BULLSHIT!!....
I'm not quite as militant about it but I do agree with the principle.
If you can get critical mass, anything can become fashionable, case in point sagging your pants, which you would think would send a more "gay" message given what it reveals.
I read recently that half shirts for guys are supposedly making a comeback. That is another example of a fashion trend that would get you labeled as "gay or weird" today unless you're a football player. For the guys who work their ass off on their abs, it seems also kind of unfair that girls "can" do this and guys "can't". Of course they can, it's just not in fashion and thus will get them negative attention.