Men in Kilts, Men's Skirts, Sarongs and Other Kilt-like Clothing


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Advice & Support for Bravehearts

Articles on this website . . .

Confronting the Objections of Trouser Tyrants - Introduction - How to handle objections from  wives, family, friends, and others to men wearing kilts, skirts, and other unbifurcated garments.

Confronting the Objections of Wives and Parents - Handling negativity from wives and girlfriends, and educating your parents.

Confronting Religious Objections - Answering religious objections to men wearing MUGs, and demonstrating that God is not a Trouser Tyrant.

Frequently Asked Questions - and some sample answers.

Non-Braveheart Alternatives - References to articles and websites that may interest men with gender issues that are not addressed by our strictly masculine Braveheart approach.

Articles on other websites . . .

Kilt Making Website - Instructions for making casual kilts for men.

The Making of a Kilt - Advice and instruction for making both traditional and casual kilts, from Jan Bruyndonckx's Web Site.

Tartans of Scotland - Search - A helpful tartan finder.


So You're Going to Wear the Kilt, by Charles Thompson. - An authoritative book, written for the beginner wanting to know about Scottish attire. Covers accessories from head to toe. An important part of every kilt lover's library, if you can find it. To order, see The Scottish Lion (U.S.), House of Tartan (U.K.), or Highland X Press.

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This page last modified on July 20, 2004


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