In ancient times, it wasn't awful to think about men in skirts or in skirted garments. Fast forward to today or even a couple of years back, it would be a cardinal sin for a man to be caught wearing skirted garments.
By skirted garments I'm essentially referring to skirts, tunics and dresses. Society has evolved and with it, it changed the rules of fashion or rather dressing, creating stringent dress codes for the two genders to follow. The men are to be in shorts or pants and the women in skirts or dresses.
However, ironically, women are allowed to cross dress without question but men should not wear skirts unless they want their masculinity to be questioned. Where's the logic in that, except to say cross-dressing as a female is somehow worse as female qualities are inherently weaker?
The supposed gender boundaries in fashion were man-made and like every other rule, they're meant to be broken. Unlike in the near past, where movements such as feminism and Marxism created new dress codes that had more change for women than for men, this time, it will be a celebration of absolute freedom.