Women wear men’s clothing – it’s a norm. Men in women’s clothing – a comedy. Why?
I’ve read an interesting note recently that some men secretly desire to try women’s clothing. Of course, research confirms this and it’s a very common interest.
If a woman wakes up in the morning and takes her husband’s shirt, it’s OK. If she wears his scarf and sprays it with her perfume, it’s also fine.
However, a guy in his girlfriend’s frilly pink night gown would most likely cause a laughter attack. Or, perhaps he would be perceived as a crossdresser.
What if a man wants to try pantyhose? It only seems to be acceptable for a Robin Hood costume or for a bank robbery. Also, a pink women’s night gown on a man would also probably just cause laughter.
So women wearing men’s stuff is OK, it’s equality after all here… one time a girl at my work even admitted that she wore her boyfriend’s pants because her own were in the laundry. But a woman is never called a crossdresser.
Men wearing women’s clothing – funny or worse. Could this be time for a change?
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