This tuk-tuk driver, a man, is wearing a hat that would be considered women’s fashion in the United States. He might recognize it as a woman’s hat and just doesn’t care, but more likely he doesn’t identify it as for a woman and just puts it on because it’s available and he wants a hat. It is not uncommon for men to be seen in Cambodia wearing styles or garments that would be considered feminine in the US, maybe in the western world. Probably they are not aware of how those garments are worn in the west and also, too, they don’t care. A lot of life here is focused on survival, and questions about aesthetics and propriety just don’t arise.