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Fashion Designer Wants Men to Wear Dresses of Lace and Sequins...
The world of high fashion sucks at style. Sweaters under silk dresses. Boots of potato sacks. Fur coats made from 100 spotted artificial puppies. Now the fashion world isn't only trying to make people vomit, they're taking away all semblance of men's dignity in the manufacturing process (see Feminist HuffPo Editor’s New Year’s Resolution? To Kill All Men…).
A particularly limp-wristed
torture device clothing designer has decided to adorn men in dresses of lace. How compassionate of him.
Designer Alejandro Gomez Palomo told AFP he wants nothing less than to "liberate" men from the straitjacket of convention.
...[Palamo's] men show their legs, wear plunging necklines and silk suspenders and proudly sport transparent dresses embroidered with pearls and sequins.
The 25-year-old is one of a new wave of young designers for whom gender fluidity is not just a fashion statement but a way of being.
I'll be indulging in some alcoholic fluidity as I view the following images. Please restrain from eye gouging.
Photographer: "Now pose like you hate yourself."
Model: "Way ahead of you."
The director's muse Rossy de Palma has even walked the catwalk for Palomo, who struck gold in July when pop megastar Beyonce wore one of his spectacular flowery dresses to present her newborn twins to her 110 million Instagram followers.
Miley Cyrus also sported a Palomo Spain unisex white frilly silk basque in the video for her number one hit, "Malibu".
Palomo said his style is about personal "liberation", and rejects all comparison with a gay or transvestite aesthetic often attributed to him.
While men's fashion has already become more feminine, young designers like trying to stifle even more men with all the cloth things. Encouraging model suicide in the process. Caring.
There are differences between men and women. So says science (see Dear Amazon America: Boys and Girls are Different). Girls generally like sparkles, silks, and princess gowns. Boys like denim, tennis shoes, and jackets made from the hides of their enemies. Obviously, there are exceptions to the rule. No need to go waging war on all things masculine though.
Lefties are strutting all things tolerance and LGBTQAAIP (silent F). Society grins and nods while hiding their handy airplane vomit bags. Fine, let them have their fashion, but they shouldn't shove their man-hating clothes onto the shelves of men's departments. Especially if they don't cover all men's compartments.
While we're on the subject of gayness: