- A man is breaking gender stereotypes on social media by incorporating heels and skirts into his daily wardrobe
- Mark Bryan identifies as straight and says that clothes and shoes should not have a gender
- Twitter user @youniqsy shared screenshots of Mark's Instagram to the app and tweeps are loving his confidence
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Most people believe that skirts and high heels are for women, but one man is breaking that stereotype by showing that men can wear whatever they want. Mark Bryan has garnered thousands of fans on Instagram by not conforming to gender norms.
He uploads images of himself at the office with his skirt and heels, ensuring that the outfit matches. He captions most of his posts with:
"I am just a normal, happily-married, straight guy that loves Porchés, beautiful women and likes to incorporate a skirt and heels into his daily wardrobe. Clothes and shoes should have no gender."
Screenshots of Mark's Instagram posts made their way onto Twitter after @youniqsy uploaded them. @youniqsy's tweet quickly gained traction as tweeps stood in full support of Mark.
Take a look at @youniqsy's tweet below:
Here's what some tweeps had to say:
"You can tell this man actually cares about what he's wearing because he's matching the colours."
"I adore everything about this man. He’s also really active in replies on his Instagram! I love it!!!"
In similar news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a video of a young man dancing in high heels that amazed the nation. South Africans are definitely known for their amazing dancing abilities and one young man took it to another level.
In a video uploaded to Facebook by SA House Music Downloads, a young man can be seen dancing in high heeled shoes. It is unclear who the young man is but he surely knows how to move. From jumping to dropping to the floor, he did not miss a single beat.
The dancer is clad in skinny jeans with gold high-heeled shoes. Facebook users are in awe of his abilities. Most of the women in the comments section congratulated the young man on being able to move so swiftly in his high shoes. The video is just 18 seconds long, but it certainly leaves a mark.
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