Why do people consider it feminine when someone who's male decides to take care of their appearance and have a sense of style?
So men are supposed to be sloppy or have no sense of style/ boring?
As a female, I only find it feminine if a guy wears bright makeup, heels, dresses etc. i.e. things that women only usually do.
But if a man decides to wear stuff inspired by fashion magazines, styles his hair etc. why should that be considered a part of his 'feminine' side? I think it's rubbish to view it as such.
- LeeLv 78 months agoFavourite answer
I think most societies today increasingly welcome the modern man a.k.a the male who takes good care of his appearances. It's mostly an issue with the older generation, as with most backward ideals such as anti-LGBT.