(n) : a large cup for hot liquids, usually having a handle and used without a saucer; the face, often used deprecatingly
“what an ugly mug.”
(v) : to assault for the purpose of robbery; to pose for photographs in an exaggerated or affected manner
No not those kind of mugs. I am referring to Male Unbifurcated Garments. Unbifurcated garments – including kilts, robes, caftans, sarongs, tunics, and other skirt-like garments – are traditionally male clothing that have been worn by men throughout history. They have been worn by all the men in the Bible, by Roman gladiators, Vikings, and Scottish Highlanders. They are still worn frequently by men in Scotland, throughout Africa, the Middle East, parts of Asia, and the Pacific islands, to name just a few examples.
The real kilt is strictly a male garment – in contrast to unisex clothes like slacks and blue jeans that women wear most of the time.
However, it takes a brave man to wear a kilt, outside of Scotland or Scottish gatherings.
Why? Because, while women can wear almost anything they want nowadays, our society subjects men to a rigid stereotype that confines them to trousers. Few men have the courage to break out of this mold, for fear that their masculinity will be questioned.
Ironically, the men who cling to trousers are missing the opportunity to wear something really masculine, like a man’s kilt. A man in a kilt is proud, independent, and courageous. He exudes confidence in his manhood and sexuality. He draws positive reactions from those around him (especially from the ladies).
Furthermore, men in trousers are denying themselves the exquisite comfort and pleasure afforded by kilts and other MUG’s. Instead of plodding around with their legs confined and fabric bunched up in their crotches, they could be enjoying freedom and airiness around the legs and crotch, as well as the sensuous feeling of pleats swinging against their thighs.
So that’s why I love my MUGs!! That is why I braved the cold ocean winds all day yesterday as I celebrated “Freedom Friday”, a new weekly celebration that I am creating right now. So from now on…Friday is kilt day in TikiLand!!!
If you are on myspace, check out my new photo album “Freedom From Pants”, to see my MUGs and me in action.