This is Andrej Pejic. He's a male model with a willingness to do androgynous looks. This, plus the recent fashion weeks in NYC, London, Milan, etc have me thinking a little bit about, of all things, men's fashion. Every year, it seems that some designers attempt to feminize men's fashion - skirts, billowy pants or blouses, leggings, etc. On the one hand, as someone who is part of the transgender spectrum, I welcome ideas that recognize that gender expression can be a complex and a mixture of the traditionally masculine and traditionally feminine. However, as someone who is pretty much a "standard definition transsexual", I find that these fashions just don't move me. They aren't something I'd wear, because whether I am presenting as male or female, I don't feel somewhere in between, and I am definitely not avant-garde enough to wear something that fashion-forward anyway. I'm not a boundary-pusher. Some of them are just goofy, others seem futuristic and potentially wearable, but more in a costume-y way. Other than kilts though, skirts haven't caught on for guys despite decades of designers showing them on the runway. Lots of other feminine touches have made it into men's fashions - why not skirts? Now that I'm thinking about it, what is it about a skirt that makes it anathema to men? Is it that the genitals feel relatively exposed? How is that different from baggy shorts? Is... a puzzlement. (to quote from The King and I).