Oh I don't know but they sure do.
Just buy them a pink t-shirt they feel obligated to wear it & won't tell ya no
My husband had a pink shirt at one time, have no idea what happened to it....ummmm, now I'm curious....lol I'll bet he put it in the Goodwill Bag. lol
I never wear pink, orange or yellow.... I like the colors, but they don't like me. I prefer the darker colors.
Hell if I know. In history, pink was easily associated with males.
“There has been a great diversity of opinion on the subject, but the generally accepted rule is pink for the boy and blue for the girl. The reason is that pink being a more decided and stronger color is more suitable for the boy, while blue, which is more delicate and dainty, is prettier for the girl.” -Ladies Home Journal, 1918
Men were dressed in red because it was seen as a masculine color, and because pink is a derivative of red, it was used for boys clothing. Blue was used for girls due to its association with the Virgin Mary...
In the 1930’s, Hitler persecuted homosexual men and women. A selected number of persecuted gay men who were deemed “curable” were sent to concentration camps and marked with a pink triangle.
By labeling the gay men with a pink triangle, he attempted to emasculate not only the persecuted gay men, but also the color.
Wow....all due to Hitler...Thax asshole.
Never wore pink, never will...
I don't like chicken shit green and i don't wear that either..
Toxic masculinity. The idea anything modern society considers "feminine" is bad, weak, wrong, "gay", or just plain "girly". Thankfully, there are men who don't care about these stupid "rules" and do whatever they want. Not that a man HAS to wear pink, but these things go far deeper than that. That's a whole separate discussion though.
Then the question would deepen to: why do a lot of men "not like" the colour pink? Which is not that simple.
If your not willing to go deeper then yes, everything is just what it is. but the truth is if you were raised on a farm in China you might have liked tripe. If you were raised in India you would likely not mind pink. Or better the US in the 60s. Saying men just don't like pink is just rather lazy
...what just happenned? Lol
It's considered not masculine, might as well put on stockings and a bra
There you go but watch it...some people can't handle the truth..
I couldn't care less, I hate being told what to think, I kneel to no one.
Can't blame you one bit...I don't either..
You are too young to stereotype colours....
Seriously... Are you all like that out where you live?
Not necessarily, don't I have the right not to like pink? I don't care if its a stereotype or not, I'm not doing something that I don't like no matter what people think.
Geez...what's with the 3rd degree.... I'm just askin'....
Is pink considered not masculine where you live? It more or less is here...but some brave men seem to not mind... That's all...
Well, anyway...you did answer my question in a way...it must be threatening, then.
There are men who wear pink but I don't see it very often, I wouldn't say threatening, I just don't like it, but think however you want, I matters little to me.
I'm going to caveat this with it being a straight guys perception. (There is a lot of pink on a lot of gay guys)
I don't think guys "won't" wear pink. I think it's a matter of "how" pink looks good on a guy. I seen, and worn a pink shirt with a black suit. Pink can look good on a guy if it's a dress shirt and tie with black pants. (Most guys don't feel pink is a threat to their masculinity, it's just not a popular color, that they like, any more than something like bright purple is.) I don't know of many guys who like pink on a woman. Red, yes. Pink, not so much.
When you start going with pink t-shirts, pants, jackets and shoes, I don't know any guys who would be comfortable wearing that. Then I also wouldn't see many guys wearing those things in orange or purple either, except worn as described earlier, or as part of a sports team attire.
You mean American men. Men of other countries don't feel that way. Chinese does not even have a special word for light red, but there is a special word for light blue.
I chose the color of our master bedroom. It's a shade of pink. I forget what it's called, but my wife loves it.
When a lady spreads her legs, the part that is revealed is pink. And that's what it's all about.