September 25, 2014
Some fashion designers are creating products that challenge long-standing norms regarding male gender identity and sexuality. According to a September 10 article in The New York Times, these new men’s products include undersized purses, stack-soled platform brogues, sported bowed blouses, off-the-shoulder shirts and even a dress with a fly zipper.
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