Me neither. Men's fashion week in Paris earlier this month was all about floral pinks, satin coats, ribbon belts and corsets apparently.
Brands like Dior, Hermes and Louis Vuitton blurred the gender lines with Glory hole pennsylvania suits worn with nothing underneath, embroidered kimono jumpsuits and transparent tulle shirts.
John Galliano said it was time to "liberate" men from boring suits and streetwear. Dior's Kim Jones said: "Gender doesn't matter any more — it's ". In good old New Zealand we are a long way from such decadence.
Simon Bridges said last week that Jacinda Ardern's daughter might go to school in boys' clothes to be politically correct. Thankfully, most people these days wouldn't scream "PC gone mad" when they see a girl wearing blue pants though.
No, what the gender police still won't Castrated by wife is boys wearing "girls' clothes". My husband took a stand against this injustice when he was just 4.
He told his mum he wanted to wear a dress. He kept hearing his younger sister and female cousins getting compliments for how pretty they looked in their girly outfits and decided Cougar women stories wanted some of that too.
And fair enough. Why shouldn't boys want to be pretty?
Early children's attire
So his mum, who was ahead of her time I must say, made him a purpley pink dress complete with lace details. She made it in a light material so he would only wear it for Melissa and joey fanfiction but it wouldn't be warm enough to wear outside.
My husband wore it once. His cousins came around and said he looked stupid and laughed at him. His mum, who says she was a "very PC aunty", told them boys could wear dresses too and they had to appreciate how he looked.
They stopped mocking him "probably because they were scared of me", she says, but my husband never asked to wear a dress again after that. That was over 30 years ago.
You would hope that things have changed for the better since Military milf united, but nope. Just last year, Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton publicly shamed his young nephew for wearing a princess dress. Granted, the ensuing backlash forced him to apologise so perhaps things have evolved a little bit. People often have a visceral reaction against boys wearing dresses.
When actress Megan Fox posted photos of her son wearing a Frozen dress on Instagram, some were outraged. Comments ranged from "Gross" to accusing Fox of being a terrible mother, ruining her boys forever with her girly clothes. It makes me wonder what, exactly, is so threatening about a little Male celebrities who go commando wearing something he likes.
Of course, some will argue that feminine clothes for men are not only inappropriate but also Female led marriage tumblr.com. Show those same people a kilt and they'll call it manly and applaud the respect shown for fine old traditions. My two-and-a-half-year-old son's favourite tops have rainbows, butterflies, unicorns, diggers and trucks on them. He doesn't yet associate these as "boys' things" or "girls' things".
He has never asked to wear a dress but if he does, it won't be an issue. Dresses are practical for hot summer days and they are pretty, soft and fun to twirl. I hope that by the time he is an Kate beckinsale fanfiction, he will have more choice than my husband in the clothing department.
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