This is a little post to let you all know that there are some changes afoot at He Wears Panties. Up until now, most of the articles have been posted over at Hub Pages.com. From now on, they’ll be posted here. I may elaborate on the reasons for this in the future, but mostly I want to build up this site as a central place for men who wear lingerie and women’s clothing without sending everyone all over the web to do so.
I had turned the comments off because of over zealous spammers, but I will turn them back on (when I remember what I did to take them off in the first place :), so we can continue to have the same brilliant, insightful dialog that we had on Hub Pages. Of course, the forum is also there for discussion in the meantime, and if I can’t work out how to turn the comments back on, I may just link to a new thread in the forum for every article’s discussion.
I hope to do some site redesign, hopefully minor in the coming months. You’ll no doubt have noticed that some additional advertising has popped up on the site. I hope that it is not too distracting. He Wears Panties takes a fair bit of time to run and maintain, and advertising helps alleviate the pressures associated with that. Personally, I don’t care if you never click an ad or buy anything, but if you were planning to and go through He Wears Panties, that helps keep the site going.
If you have any thoughts or ideas as to how you would like to see He Wears Panties take shape in the future, feel free to email me email@example.com.
I’m also really happy with the way the forum has grown. I do read posts and moderate where I see necessary, but I am by no means omnipotent on there, so do contact me if you have any concerns. Other than that, as far as I can see there is a nice little community being built there and I am very happy to see that!
It’s a pleasure to write for you all, and I hope you continue to enjoy the articles here as much as you did on Hub Pages.
Many men secretly, or not so secretly, wish they could have breasts. For some men, this comes as a result of feeling that they truly are feminine on the inside, for others it is simply a matter of wanting the fun of breasts for a wee while. (For still others, they’re a ticket to positions of power beyond their wildest dreams, your results may vary.)
With so many men being interested in being women, and with so many men becoming more effeminate on the whole, one has to ask oneself, is the female form the highest form of human evolution?
Remember the power suit of the 80’s? Worn by women it involved shoulder pads big enough to take down a line backer and was often accompanied by high heels so pointy one could finish him off with them. Men haven’t been able to enjoy such a power suit for some time, being stuck with the same old suit variations that can be picked up in every men’s store from Algeria to Zimbabwe.
But what if men tried something different? What if, instead of sticking with the tired formula of bifurcated pants, they wore skirts that emanated power?
The title of this hub should not be construed to mean that men who love lingerie are, in fact, lingerie. It would be difficult to argue such a point convincingly, even with help from existential philosophers. A man may be the dream of a butterfly, but he is most certainly not a B cup contour bra from Victoria’s Secret.
Acetate, or CH3COOH as I like to call it, was once the fabric of choice for much of the world’s fine lingerie. Before nylon popped onto the scene with its flashy softness, it’s relative cheapness of production and its steadfast resistance to getting holes in it when accidentally exposed to acetone, acetate was the soft, shiny, silk like material of choice for people who were serious about looking good and feeling good in their lingerie.
In which I reveal tell tale secrets of the bra wearing man! (Don’t worry, not too many :)
It’s been a little while since I wrote about bras for men, at least two or three days, egads! Imagine what could have happened in that time! Wars have been won in shorter timescales, but fortunately, the lingerie fashion revolution is a slow moving beast and male bra wearers have yet to deplete global bra stocks to the point where anyone is really taking any notice at all.
Bodystockings are perhaps one of the lesser discussed and lesser enjoyed items of lingerie, and it is a pity because they can be absolutely lovely. Why do they languish uncelebrated so much? Well, unlike panties and bras, they are hardly a necessity and indeed, in most cases, a bodystocking is hardly practical for a woman to wear.
I find it very interesting that although men have been wearing women’s clothing since time immemorial, and although I have read reader accounts stretching back to the 1950’s which tell of men wearing women’s panties, still major retail stores and major lingerie brands don’t sell panties for men. Why is that? Are lingerie retailers trying to keep men down? Hold them back from fashion equality?
Pantaloons, we don’t wear enough of them. Men and women are both responsible for the shocking reduction in pantaloon sales over the last century, and I for one, have had enough. Bring back the pantaloon! Bring back its puffy charms!
If you have a couple of pennies to rub together, Pleasure State Couture lingerie will quickly ensure that you don’t any more. This incredibly detailed, incredibly pretty lingerie will sweep you off your feet and leave you walking about the world in a lingerie induced daze.
No really, it will….
I write about lingerie all the time, but what lingerie do I really want for myself? You’re about to find out! This selection has been made exclusively from New Zealand lingerie websites, which stock some lovely lingerie from around the world. He said he wanted to buy me some lingerie, so this is the list my boyfriend is getting, but I thought I’d share my finds with the lingerie loving world too. (It would be such a waste to have compiled this little collection and never have shared it.)