No one gets to say no other than the individual for his own personal decision. I'm not Scottish, DON'T try to draft me into that culture. It's like saying to men, "all overseas travel is limited to being for women only, except for Scotland. Males may only travel to that one destination." The swing of the kilt is no thanks to its sad, sad flat front. That way of styling is also held to be a *** difference. Nonsense! The white skirt worn by Greek men is pleated in front, and they very correctly do NOT consider the presence of pleats all around to be "female." All tradition is arbitrary and unreasoning. Yes, the kilt should have been pleated all around ("which would make it a pleated skirt") well it's a pleated skirt regardless, even if not completely around.