Questioning "heteronormativity" was NEVER an easy job.
Wiki: Heteronormativity is any of a set of lifestyle norms that hold that people fall into distinct and complementary genders (man and woman) with natural roles in life. It also holds that heterosexuality is the normal sexual orientation, and states that sexual and marital relations are most (or only) fitting between a man and a woman. Consequently, a "heteronormative" view is one that involves alignment of biological sex, gender identity, and gender roles.
Once again, FREEDOM is HOT.
In these photos, Djibril Cissé, a French professional footballer who plays as a striker for a Greek team, attended "Man of the Year" awards ceremony in Athens wearing a black skirt. He commented on his outfit by saying that "wearing skirts is pretty common in his country of origin" (France with parents from Africa). This comment, emphasizes the questioning of heterormativity as he refers to the "locality" of gender imagery and heteronormative gender clothing/symbols.
Furthermore, the man-skirt situation shouldn't be as shocking to Greek people, since they do have (like Scottish, Africans and others) a traditional "man-skirt" called "foustanela" worn by "national guards" ("tsoliades"):
[But, I guess, 'institutionalized eccentricity' is not controversial.]