A Man Wearing Stiletto Pumps

From toddlerhood, my desire as a male to wear shinny patent leather pumps has turned a simple appareling choice into a mark of social defiance and perversion by society's unjust standards over what is naturally an individual's stewardship. So, what makes other's choices any better than mine? As it stands, I have to wear what others determine better, in their judgement. With this kind of ruling, justice would entitle me to make others wear what I like. However, the violation of individual agency would still be able to continue. Can anyone see how this has developed a guy's simple desire into an obsession to have and wear patent leather pumps?

— Stephan, 65