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Although 1st Corinthians 6:9 is clearly condemning homosexuality and cross-dressing, it is also equally clear that any form of femininity in a man is sinful. This is why Deuteronomy 22:5 condemns men wearing women's apparel. Clearly, it is not acceptable for men to wear women's clothing. Men are to be men! Men should talk like men, dress like men, walk like men, and act like men. Kilts on men are sissyish. Although a man wearing a kilt may be tough, the skirt makes him look silly and foolish. Although most men who wear kilts aren't gay, it makes one wonder why any man would ever want to wear clothing that is considered women's apparel by 99% of the population. A quick look at any bathroom door will quickly reveal that men wear pants, and women wear dresses.

Jesus said in Matthew 11:8, "But what went ye out for to see? A man clothed in soft raiment? behold, they that wear soft clothing are in kings' houses." John the Baptist was rugged, as a man should be. The men who lived in the palace wore "soft" clothing, i.e., they didn't look or act like REAL MEN. I've never seen a construction worker wearing a kilt. I've never seen a truck mechanic or a coal miner wearing a kilt. I only see men with clean jobs, or playing bagpipes, wearing kilts. Kilts are for men in the palace, not for John the Baptist type men ... real men!

David J. Stewart, Jesus is savior 144 Comments [2/11/2009 4:51:04 PM]
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draco_nite

99% of WHAT population? Kilts are fucking badass, I hope the next time you get into a fight that it's with a dude in a kilt...and that you lose.

2/11/2009 4:52:05 PM

Efrain

Tell that to jesus, he wore long robes, and no pants.

2/11/2009 4:52:58 PM

Dan Onymous

99% of the population....?

99% of facts pulled out of your arse more like.

Kilts are male clothing you nobber. If you truly believe the world is only 6000 years old, do you think all the guys for the 5000 or so years before the invention of trousers were sissyish?

2/11/2009 4:54:55 PM



So David likes peering into people's bathrooms? Kinky - and sinful!

2/11/2009 4:55:19 PM

Grigadil

One of these days, Davey, your mother will give you training pants to replace your nappies.

2/11/2009 4:55:56 PM

OneFuckedPony

I bet he's never said this within earshot of a Glaswegian.

2/11/2009 4:57:46 PM

QT

Kilts on men are sissyish.



My ancestors would like a word with you.

2/11/2009 4:58:33 PM

Reverend Jeremiah

Yeah..John the baptist was also a kooky doomsday cultist. Somebody you would probably NOT want to be caught dead with.

Besides..all you had to say was; "Im an ignorant homophobe." and saved us some time.

2/11/2009 4:59:36 PM

Illuminatalie

John the Baptist type men ... real men!
Yeah yeah, can you see Narnia yet?

2/11/2009 5:03:22 PM

Lucretius

The modern short kilt was invented as work wear for men in steel mills ,the older longer traditional one kept getting caught in machinery.

2/11/2009 5:04:59 PM

Kung Fu Hamsta

I don't know what the hell you're talking about - kilts sissyish?

Men in kilts are the absolute epitome of masculinity and raw male sexuality! There is nothing sexier than a celtic man in a kilt. And I mean nothing!

I would, however, love to see you put your theory into action. I suggest a trip to visit the Utilikilts store in Seattle. Be sure to tell everyone there they are unmanly and sissyish in your opinion, and they aren't behaving like men.

I hope you can sprint like Carl Lewis, my man.

2/11/2009 5:09:41 PM

Wottock C. Hunt

"John the Baptist was rugged, as a man should be."

Cue the Monty Python Lumberjack song.

2/11/2009 5:10:03 PM

aaa

Say that in Glasgow. They really love punching people.

2/11/2009 5:12:07 PM

Marc

Although most men who wear kilts aren't gay, it makes one wonder why any man would ever want to wear clothing that is considered women's apparel by 99% of the population.

Because 100% of the ethnic group that wears them, doesn't consider them women's apparel.

Not everyone is a WASP, you know.

2/11/2009 5:16:34 PM

Potentate Argyros of the Gaystapo

David, you do realize that Jesus wore a robe, which, by your definition would be a dress?

2/11/2009 5:27:43 PM

Rallymodeller



Hey Dave. See all the guys with assault rifles in the background? The ones who just got back from Iraq and are now in their Regimental dress uniforms? They are the Queen's Own Highlanders (Seaforth & Camerons) What I want you to do is this: Stand right there, next to their regimental Chaplain, and call them sissies. Please speak up so the guys in back can hear you.

But before you do, please let us know what hospital you want to recover at, or what funeral arrangements you have made.

2/11/2009 5:36:23 PM

GigaGuess

Go to Scotland, stand on a nice soapbox, and say that. Loudly, preferably. I'll pay for the matchbox to send you home in.

2/11/2009 5:41:14 PM



This was david's last post before a thousand scotsmen descended upon his home with claymores and kilts.

2/11/2009 5:50:08 PM

Shane

One society's definition of what makes a woman or man womanly or manly is different from another's. So, you fail.

2/11/2009 5:50:25 PM

Lilith

My Scottish side of the family would like a word and so would my robe-wearing Jewish ancestors.

Either side is less hung up on masculinity that Dave, who probably needs to admit what he is and step out of the closet.

Either that, or this a preamble to saying all women should wear dresses, so the old perv can check out their legs and undies more easily.

David J. Stewart: obsessed with sex, but afraid of sexuality.

2/11/2009 5:57:16 PM

Jeff Weskamp

Men should talk like men, dress like men, walk like men, and act like men.

And who gets to decide how men should talk, walk, dress, and act, David? Who decides what constitutes "effeminate" or "womanish?" This sort of bullshit attitude is why so many teenage boys take part in sports even if they really don't want to. They're afraid of be labelled "girly" or "sissy."

As for clothing, every culture decides what is appropriate clothing for each gender. The Scots consider kilts to be male garb. In that culture, it isn't "effeminate." What you're really saying is that the whole damned world should conform to your ideas about clothing (which, golly gosh, just happen to be the same as God's!).

2/11/2009 6:01:30 PM

Mandy

I'd love to see David J. Stewart walk into a bar in Glasgow and say that.

2/11/2009 6:03:59 PM

Blakey

Hi,

as always when I hear some guy talking about men doing "manly" things and wearing "manly" clothes I scent a covertly gay desperately hiding in the closet.

CU

2/11/2009 6:07:29 PM

GreenEyedLilo

I've seen construction workers and truck mechanics wear kilts. Not on the jobsite, of course--that would be impractical--but at the Scottish Games. They enjoyed throwing cabers and making jokes about what was under their kilts.

But David's argumentium ad insecurity was hilarious.

2/11/2009 6:11:54 PM

AZCoastie

Nothing like denigrating an entire culture there Davie.

BTW putz, the annual Highland Games and Clan Gathering is happening here in Phoenix, last weekend in February.

Why don't you stop on by and spew your stupidity there. Some of us from the Scottish-American Military Society would like to have a word with you.

2/11/2009 6:14:42 PM

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