More women are wearing skirts and skirts now, but many people still don’t seem to understand why, a study suggests.
The research, conducted by the Institute for Gender Studies at the University of California, Los Angeles, and conducted by researchers from the Indian Institute of Science, Ahmedabad, and the University Of Nottingham, examined the public’s attitudes towards men’s attire, particularly their attire in public spaces, in a survey of 3,000 people in 15 states.
According to the researchers, more women than men in India have started wearing pants and skirts, and more people than men have stopped wearing shirts and tops.
However, men still feel they are not considered to be “real men” by many people.
“I think that there are lots of misconceptions that men are only masculine men,” said Shabnam Rangappa, a researcher at the institute.
“So we were wondering how people feel about the way they dress and the way their attitudes are towards it.”
Rangappa said the research found that women were more likely to see themselves as “manly” than men, and that this perception was more common among those who were younger.
“When you think about the difference between a man and a woman, women are seen as being masculine,” she said.
“And when you think of the difference, it’s that there’s no such thing as a ‘man’.”
It’s a very difficult issue.
If you think back to when we started this study, when women started wearing skirts in the 80s, it was not a big deal,” Rangapo said.
“We are talking about people’s attitudes to their body.” “
If you’re talking about clothes, that’s a completely different conversation,” she added.
“We are talking about people’s attitudes to their body.”
The study also found that those who did not feel like they were “real” men were less likely to wear trousers and shirts in public.
Rangapo explained that there was also an element of the idea of masculinity in the way women were dressed, which was not well reflected in the public.
“The problem is that women are often perceived to be more feminine than men,” she explained.
“When women are being seen as less masculine, they feel like it’s a disadvantage.
So the more they are seen to be masculine, the more people are perceived as masculine.”