- Snaps of a boldly stylish man rocking a dress on various occasions has been shared online
- In the snaps, the man can be seen wearing a knee-length dress, some sneakers and a designer bag
- The snaps have left many people engaged in a big debate about whether or not the man has joined a cult that requires him to wear dresses
While it should be something completely normal and not even worth speaking about, a man wearing a dress has caused a big debate on Twitter where it was shared by Twitter user and parody account, @Advobarryroux.
"Madoda!" he captioned the snaps of the dress-wearing man.
Soon locals were in the comment section sharing their thoughts. A lot of them bizarrely believed the man was wearing a dress as part of some cult. Others shared comments about men who have always worn dresses.
Read a few of their interesting and sometimes crazy comments below:
"This is part of the cult he is serving. The man is going through a certain stage of initiation. The dark world is not a joke, should he refuse he will lose all wealth or even his family would be killed. These are results of worshipping Satan."
"We have been wearing dresses for thousands of years."
"This is Kid Cudi performing on Saturday Night Live, 2 weeks back wearing a dress designed by Virgil Abloh of Off White. Come to think of it? Man designing dresses?"
"Men have been designing dresses for years. Don't try to start something please."
"It’s a man dress, it looks good. It’s his style and it works."
In other Briefly News reports, 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."
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