Another man dresses in dress in support of women and inspires SA

Another man dresses in dress in support of women and inspires SA

- Photos of a young man wearing a dress and high heels went viral via social media

- The brave man decided to wear the female attire in support of the campaign against gender-based violence

- Thousands of South Africans reacted positively to the thoughtful gesture, but some had questions

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A young man caused quite a stir on social media based on his choice of clothing.

The brave man took the bold decision to wear female attire to take a stand against gender-based violence.

Mxolisi Mthalane Nyawo donned a short summer dress and wore black high heels, along with some accessories.

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The unique look was rounded off with a pink shade of lipstick.

Briefly.co.za earlier also reported on a group of taxi drivers who wore dresses to show their support for the noble cause.

News of Mxolisi's good deed was shared via the #ImStaying Facebook group and went viral.

While the vast majority threw their weight behind his efforts, some were still critical of the cross-dressing.

Another man dresses in dress in support of women and inspires SA

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Marilyn Stroud joked,

"Quite a gorgeous woman."

Tanya Ho-Tong saw the funny side as well:

"Not a bad pair of legs either."

Sonja Young took a cheeky approach as well:

"You forgot to shave darling. Didn't know whom grow chest and beard (hehe). Thanks Mr. U look stunning, thank u for taking the stand. Just one bit of advice you're going to have a lot of men running after you for the day. God bless."

Sello Mzica Molete supported the cause, but wouldn't participate:

"As much as I hate gender-based violence, I would NEVER wear women clothes NEVER."

Swazi Tamar Kunene shared her reservations as well:

"There was no need of wearing women's clothes to say no to gender based violence,are you practising homosexuality? Wonders shall never end. Yoh."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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