>1. Your country
>2. Are scarves considered "gay" in your country? Y/n
1. The United States of America
scarves are not complex, baffling items of clothing
you put them around your neck and unzip your coat just a little bit because it makes your neck and shoulders a little bulky. then you're roasty warm.
As someone rather "pussy" when it comes to temperatures (T-shirt only over 20°C, pullover below that, and jacket is a must below 10°C), I never considered wearing a scarf even in our severest cold waves which may go down to -18 once a decade or so, so I definitely wouldn't in an even warmer country on a normal winter day
I don't see how scarf-wearers are gay tbhfam.
Why scarves even? I wear this in winter, they are more useful than that shit. I don't know if they are gay, only that they are only useful to look /fa/ I guess tbf
>Scarf makes you gay
This isn't the 50's anymore cowboy.
I often wear a scarf with my coat in the winter tbqh.
>wear shorts and graphic t-shirt all year
>freeze to death or suffer exposure-related illness in a comforting, entirely heterosexual way