The trend of feminine and ultra-casual clothing for men has several theologians observing the influence of the “gender cult” and the decline of masculine dress, calling the church to model how men should wear clothes. A Kickstarter campaign launched in May to make a one-piece outfit known as a romper, which is traditionally worn by females, for men, garnered significant attention on the Internet. Also called a “bro-romper” or a “RompHim,” the publication of the effort in

a May 15 Esquire magazine article by a “decidedly anti-romper” Christine Flammia, sparked an “immediate and visceral” reaction, as noted in a subsequent article. The Kickstarter project originally intended to raise $10,000 to make rompers. Due to such large publicity, the project has now garnered over $353,000. Esquire asked several fashion insiders why they thought there was such a strong response. Some of them thought the idea was “fun and fresh.” Others called it “ridiculous.”  READ MORE