Whilst it has never been a crime in the UK to wear clothing of opposite gender intent, there has always been a stigma attached to men making use of skirts, not as part of any cross dressing fetish, but simply as a respectable choice of garment.
Skirt-like clothing has been worn by both men and women, long before bifurcation came along in the form of breeches and trousers, so it's plausible to accept that to be seen returning to that happy state of sensibility must at some point become a natural progression towards the popularity of non gendered skirtwear.
However, desiring and doing are two different things.
It goes without saying that most men currently wouldn't be seen dead in a skirt. Even a kilt - probably the most macho design ever made for men - is rarely worn outside of Scotland, except at weddings and by pipe bands.
I'm a man, and I wear skirts.
Not all the time. It's simply an extra choice I can make, and no earthly reason why I shouldn't. Some skirts just look wrong, but others have a design which is not fussy about looking glamorous or pretty. Just a plain, no nonsense, wearable garment. I'm showing some of my skirts at this website, hopefully to help prove that a man can wear a skirt with confidence. If you still think it's too stupid for words then you are of course entitled to your opinion, and it's doubtful that you'll ever enjoy for yourself the freedom of skirt wearing. But never say never.
Just remember that a 'woman's skirt' is only a woman's skirt if a woman is wearing it.