Coming to think of it, I have observed, even in my close circle of friends that women who feel insecure about their men are the ones most likely to dress him up in a kitenge shirt. Its territory marking and all women do it deliberately. I can't picture myself in a kitenge shirt, it speaks of a feminine aspect. if you see a man in a kitenge shirt, there is a woman in a matching dress somewhere. I think mwanaume akiwa na shirt ya kitenge hata ajaribu kupigia dame mbija, dame anaangalia upande mwingine kimadharao tu, anaona a simp of a man. Boychild needs to remain masculine.