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    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff Withnell View Post
    By and large, I have found that flying kilted is not significantly more of an issue than flying bifurcated. It's not as if the TSA is unfamiliar with skirts and other non-bifurcated clothing. I would of course avoid sgians in your carry on stuff, and kilt pins, especially sword shaped ones. Minimizing the amount of metal on your person is always a good idea no matter how dressed. I have an artificial hip, so I am not going to make it through the metal detector in any case, but I have found that a quiet, polite and cooperative attitude will get you through fairly easily, 99% of the time.
    I have three bolts in my left hip. I'm usually OK, but every once in a while I set off an alarm. Always minimize metal,
    always be polite. I often mention the pins as I'm approaching the detector, and apologize if I set it off. It's calmer.

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