Does wearing a jacket in the winter make you gay? These four teenage boys say yes

It’s getting cold outside in Maryland – which means it’s time to start wearing jackets to school. While we’ve had a warm front this past week, we’ve interviewed almost every Whitman student about their winter wardrobe.

 Most students have already prepared their warmest puffer jackets or their favorite hoodies to wear for the winter. But, these four male students — who have preferred to stay anonymous — say they have no plans to participate in the jacket-wearing. 

“I don’t know, man,” one boy said. “Wearing a jacket seems kind of feminine.” 

“I’ll tough it out. I usually just stay sprinting at all times, so I never really get cold,” another replied. 

“What the hell am I supposed to do with a jacket? Tie it around my waist? No thanks,” the third answered.

“What comes after wearing a jacket? Wearing pants other than my sweatpants? I don’t even own a pair of jeans,” the fourth testified. 

The interviews about winter apparel angered the group of boys so much that they actually started flexing to prove how “masculine” they were. So, what does the rest of the community think? I don’t know — maybe for 2023, jackets are out and masculinity is in. 

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