Personally I don't really like wearing bags, I prefer using my jackets pocket for the stuff. But I don't see any issue with other doing it. And if I were to use one it would be just a backpack for when I need it.
Basically, carrying a purse is not something a normal straight guy does. It's something you see a lot more in the 'gay community'. When you dress in a way that is frequently done so on any community, people associate you with that community. Ie... If I started wearing a turban, most people would assume I'm a Muslim (even though I'm not) because a turban is associated with them.
Basically, if you wear a purse and are a man, people will assume you are a homosexual.
Personally, I don't consider that progress, I consider it a tragic regression.
I am historian, and one of the first things you learn from studying history is that human nature never changes. Humans have always been as vain and interested in image in this decade as in any other, the difference is the current prosperity allows a greater proportion of the population to indulge in conspicuous consumption.
No, the reason I am thankful for metrosexuality is that it allows for personal freedom of expression and choice. If a man feels more confident and attractive putting on a little bit of makeup, that is now becoming increasingly commonplace. If a woman wants to feel more comfortable wearing pants and flip flops, that is now also acceptable.
You might consider it 'regression', but the truth of it you're just afraid of change.
Do no harm, but take no shit.
I prefer a stylish backpack tbh, River Island or Topman have some real nice ones.
Night gathers, and now my watch begins.
I consider the reason for change when considering the outcome of the change. The metro culture is fueled by advertisers unforgiving and relentless drive to separate you from as much of your money as possible. It would be entirely different if all these guys came out saying they felt repressed and started wearing womens purses to prove a point at a purse rally or something (as weird as that sounds, ha). However, what I'm seeing is just a greedy cash grab by soulless corporations exploiting advertising via faux 'male-guilt'.
The context and underpinnings of a cultural change is more important than the change itself.
I would rather have too much than not enough.
Do no harm, but take no shit.
Why not just carry a suitcase?
I find it personally really stupid if i see guy wearing a man purse.
And btw why are you wearing a brush and camera on you? Better buy a phone then wich has these gadgets( part from the brush ) .
All the rest should fit in your pockets just fine , also don't really see the point in carrying charger's with you.
I'm no rockstar .., i'm a fucking legend!!
I use them for hiking because backpacks break my back... lol
I call it a shoulder bag or satchel, the word purse is associated more with the female species no matter the definition of the word.
Hey if you wanna get real gangster with it use a fanny pack lmao