I'm not saying it's important -- I'm saying just the opposite, that diversity in fashion should be accepted as something people have a right to practice and not argued about and objected to because it doesn't fit some narrow preconception about fashion or gender.
Anything that somebody has a right to wear, somebody else will have the right to point and laugh. Nothing is above criticism.
And to be brutally honest, I don't give a CRAP what real fashion will be like in 400 years' time. All any of us know is what things look like now, and the way I see it, the skant is as cringe-worthy as anything I've seen on that show.
I've also seen at least one heterosexual man publicly advocate male dresses.
Was it Eddie Izzard?