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  • The Kilt is a clothing item that can be worn.
  • A kilt was a piece of fabric worn around the waist, typically knee-length, that acted as a covering for the genitals and lower extremities.
  • In the year 2267, James T. Kirk, Spock, and Grang of the Wolf clan were forced to wear kilts as part of the Code Duello of Bavarya. (TOS novel: Mission to Horatius) In 2276, a kilt was a common clothing item for Romulan servants. (TOS novel: The Romulan Way) In 2371, the joined Trill, Keeten Planx, wore a kilt while visiting a resort on Argelius II. (NF - No Limits short story: "Through the Looking Glass")
  • Montgomery Scott wore a kilt and accoutrements as part of his Starfleet dress uniform. (TOS: "Is There in Truth No Beauty?" , "The Savage Curtain" ). The idea for a kilt to be included as part of Scott's dress uniform was thought up by actor James Doohan. He later recalled, "They [the producers] immediately grabbed onto the idea. They sent to Scotland for the Scott tartan." (The World of Star Trek, 3rd ed., p. 94)
  • 240px|thumb|right|En kilt. Kilt är en traditionell mänsklig plagg, vanligtvis bärs av mänskliga hannar av Skottland härkomst. Under 2007 efter Doktor Carson Beckett dog i en explosion höll Atlantis Expeditionen en minnestjänst åt hans ära. När hans kista fördes genom Stargate till Jorden spelade en medlem av expeditionen på en säckpipa i en kilt för hedra Carson. (ATL: "Sunday")
  • A kilt is a skirt for guys. The Scottish have a long tradition of kilt wearing, possibly because they don't realize how gay this makes them look. Kilts are also the favored garment of disbarred lawyers with larger than normal male genitalia[1].
  • A kilt, as the term is used in this article, is a skirtlike traditional Scottish garment in its modern form as illustrated in the photo at right. In this form, the kilt, which is worn by both men and women, can be seen at modern-day Highland games gatherings in Scotland and elsewhere throughout the world. Historical forms of the Scottish kilt have differed in several particulars (some quite substantial) from the modern-day version.
  • A kilt is a type of skirt which had its origins in the transvestite culture in the United States in the 1950s. Patterned after the Catholic school uniform skirts for girls which had been in use since the 16th century when Catholic missionaries first prescribed such garments for the Indians (of both sexes) whom they were attempting to convert, the transvestite culture adopted a close copy of this skirt in an attempt to "skirt" the anti-crossdressing laws of that era. An elaborate mythology concerning the origins of the garment was then developed, ascribing it to ancient Scottish culture so as to "pass" it off as a man's garment. Scotland was chosen because it is a small, extinct country and culture that almost no one knew anything about at the time (or now, for that matter).
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  • Kilt
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  • A kilt, as the term is used in this article, is a skirtlike traditional Scottish garment in its modern form as illustrated in the photo at right. In this form, the kilt, which is worn by both men and women, can be seen at modern-day Highland games gatherings in Scotland and elsewhere throughout the world. Historical forms of the Scottish kilt have differed in several particulars (some quite substantial) from the modern-day version. More specifically, the organizations which sanction and grade the competitions in Scottish highland dancing and bagpiping all have rules governing acceptable attire for the competitors. These rules specify that kilts are to be worn (except that in the national dances, the female competitors will be wearing the Aboyne dress). The word kilt as used in this article refers to those garments as typically seen in such competitions.
  • A kilt is a type of skirt which had its origins in the transvestite culture in the United States in the 1950s. Patterned after the Catholic school uniform skirts for girls which had been in use since the 16th century when Catholic missionaries first prescribed such garments for the Indians (of both sexes) whom they were attempting to convert, the transvestite culture adopted a close copy of this skirt in an attempt to "skirt" the anti-crossdressing laws of that era. An elaborate mythology concerning the origins of the garment was then developed, ascribing it to ancient Scottish culture so as to "pass" it off as a man's garment. Scotland was chosen because it is a small, extinct country and culture that almost no one knew anything about at the time (or now, for that matter). In the photo at top right of this article, a late 20th Century Scottish Highland warrior is shown as he readies for action. Such images as this struck terror in the hearts of modern armies worldwide who thought they were facing an army of psycho-loonies stoked on PCBs. This individual is wearing an authentic Scottish kilt which exhibits a pattern known as the Macbeth plaid, the official clan tartan of Clan Macbeth. Members of this clan share a pathological fear that trees will attack their homes and this particular Scotsman can be seen to be keeping his bow and arrow trained on the nearby forest in case of trouble.
  • The Kilt is a clothing item that can be worn.
  • A kilt was a piece of fabric worn around the waist, typically knee-length, that acted as a covering for the genitals and lower extremities.
  • In the year 2267, James T. Kirk, Spock, and Grang of the Wolf clan were forced to wear kilts as part of the Code Duello of Bavarya. (TOS novel: Mission to Horatius) In 2276, a kilt was a common clothing item for Romulan servants. (TOS novel: The Romulan Way) In 2371, the joined Trill, Keeten Planx, wore a kilt while visiting a resort on Argelius II. (NF - No Limits short story: "Through the Looking Glass")
  • Montgomery Scott wore a kilt and accoutrements as part of his Starfleet dress uniform. (TOS: "Is There in Truth No Beauty?" , "The Savage Curtain" ). The idea for a kilt to be included as part of Scott's dress uniform was thought up by actor James Doohan. He later recalled, "They [the producers] immediately grabbed onto the idea. They sent to Scotland for the Scott tartan." (The World of Star Trek, 3rd ed., p. 94)
  • 240px|thumb|right|En kilt. Kilt är en traditionell mänsklig plagg, vanligtvis bärs av mänskliga hannar av Skottland härkomst. Under 2007 efter Doktor Carson Beckett dog i en explosion höll Atlantis Expeditionen en minnestjänst åt hans ära. När hans kista fördes genom Stargate till Jorden spelade en medlem av expeditionen på en säckpipa i en kilt för hedra Carson. (ATL: "Sunday")
  • A kilt is a skirt for guys. The Scottish have a long tradition of kilt wearing, possibly because they don't realize how gay this makes them look. Kilts are also the favored garment of disbarred lawyers with larger than normal male genitalia[1].