A grand expanse of lace, that’s what a man needs, and bringing up the rear, a soft full coverage which ensures… well… ensures that one is well covered, really. Revealing party in the front, restrained classic affair in the back. Basically, the reverse of a mullet.
A light playful pair of panties adorned with polka dot mesh and surrounded by bold floral print, these are panties in which one has a good time. There’s admittedly not much to them, and one could perhaps say that they are more a suggestion of lingerie than an actual item of lingerie, but that would be to underestimate the goodness in small things.
… who like their panties to have masculine names.
Isn’t it refreshing to see some pretty lace panties made under a masculine moniker? There are so many panties out there with names like Elle or Chanelle, or Sashay Chantay, or Madeline, or Normandie Ellene. Now there’s a Jack Smith, a panty fox in the lingerie hen house.
As you might gather from the picture, these run a little small, or a lot small. They’re not so much for covering as they are for showcasing. Shiny lace does wonders for the manhood, doesn’t it.
These loose panties are rather charming in their own unique way. With an almost skirt like appearance complete with lace inserts, you’ll be able to enjoy plenty of space in your lingerie. These are also available in ‘toast’ and ‘antique white’. Those who enjoy a classic lingerie aesthetic will find that these panties have a certain allure that cannot be long denied.
These panties are cute, and I mean super cute. They caught my eye from a mile away, they did. A literal mile. Maybe not a literal mile, but quite far away anyway.
There’s something about a contrast of pink and blue lace that puts a smile on my face, these are some cheerful panties that’s for sure. How could you be sad wearing these panties? You couldn’t be. I’m not saying that putting on some lingerie instantly solves all problems, I am saying that it has a diminishing effect upon them. These panties are therapy in and of themselves. Yes they are.
Perhaps you’re wondering how Betsey Johnson with the extra ‘e’ describes the panties you are even now feasting your eyes upon. She calls them ‘Bluetilicious’, a name that walks the line between cute and sort of ridiculous with all the aplomb of a frilly tightrope walker.
Women love flowers. Men love flowers too, mostly because women love flowers and anything that women love can be used as a lever in securing their affection. Also chocolate, though writing hubs about wearing chocolate is often counterproductive and earns censorship from the great Internet gods of propriety.
This is the cutest, saddest thing ever. Maybe some of you can relate.
Society, the fashion industry and department stores have got it wrong. Nylon panties aren’t women’s underwear, they are most certainly panties for men. How have I come to that revolutionary conclusion? It is simple. As a woman, I have been made well aware of what can happen if one wears nylon panties on a regular basis, and it is not nearly as much fun as what happens when men wear nylon panties on a regular basis.
Hope, I am a 25 year old man who enjoys wearing lingerie and panties under my clothes. I can’t order things online as I am currently living with two college buddies who are often going through my mail. I prefer the line of lingerie and panties at Victoria’s secret but I also want to try the items on before I purchase them. Any advice or comments would be greatly appreciated.
This is a great question, and no doubt one that is relevant to many men who wear lingerie.
Men’s high heels, now there’s a fashion trend likely to blow the mind of clothing conservatives. But why shouldn’t men wear high heels? Why should a man be restricted to his natural height, or wearing complicated lift arrangements that make him taller in a stealthy kind of way?
In the past, men could wear high heels as much as they wanted, in fact, high heels were an essential part of the well dressed gentleman’s wardrobe.
Men who wear women’s clothing have been marginalized for a long time. Why? Perhaps it is because for many men the behavior is based on purely fetishistic drives which demand privacy. Perhaps it is because for a long time, homosexual behavior was also marginalized and even criminalized and men feared being misidentified as gay. Perhaps it is because men with the drive to wear women’s clothing sometimes fear being ostracized by those they know and love.
There are many reasons to stay quiet, but they all cost men who wear women’s clothing deeply. Those who enjoy lingerie and panties as a fetish tend to be more open and vocal about it than those who simply enjoy women’s clothing and want to incorporate it into their everyday lives. This has left public perception of men who wear lingerie and women’s clothing as being that of a pack of oversexed perverts.
Even on this blog, even on this site where men are guaranteed to find acceptance and camaraderie, most of you stay silent. As evidenced when I enabled some comments features, no-one had anything to say at all, save for one lone little deviant (and I say that with affection,) who wanted the man in the bikini to show off his butt.
If you will not speak for yourselves, who will speak for you? If you will not speak for yourselves, how can you expect the status quo to change? You don’t need to go marching down the high street in your prettiest pink lingerie and high heels, but if the phenomenon of men’s fashion equality is to have any traction in the world at all, you will need to learn to speak up as a group, and not just on shady (or not so shady) panty fetish sites on the web but in your everyday lives.
Things change because people brave the uncomfortable days and years of being ‘different’, only to wake up one day and find that they are not different any more, they are simply one of the many. Some of you do a brilliant job of being who you are out in the world, some of you are not afraid to live your lives as you wish to live them, some of you are true inspirations to all. But for every man who proudly wears what he wants to, hundreds more quietly skulk about in hiding. Too few of you raise your voices. You are many, yet you hide in the cracks and crevices of cyberspace where nothing can and nothing will change.
If you want to see the day come where it is accepted as common knowledge that men can wear whatever they want, just as women currently can, then you need to quit hiding and speak up.
As some of you might have noticed, He Wears Panties was hit by spammers last night. I hate spammers, so therefore the commenting process has been revised. From now on all comments will be held for moderation before being posted. Sorry to have to do this, but I feel it is better than mandatory registration or having the comments filled with xxxx7gjh etc…