At one time, life was simple, things were either made out of cotton or animal hide. You knew where you were with that. Animal hides were male, and cotton was female. In the 1700’s, men’s undergarments were made exclusively of buckskin, whereas women’s undergarments were woven out of cotton.
It was a simpler time, a better time. In this brave new world of synthetic textiles, we’ve lost our way. We don’t know what we’re wearing anymore, and it’s damaging society as we know it.
Purple is the traditional color for royalty, and is considered to connote luxury, wealth and sophistication. With associations like that, I’m surprised we don’t all wear purple more often. The sad fact of the matter is that purple is a relatively marginalized color in most lingerie collections. Pinks, blues and neutral tones reign supreme, but purple, well purple is a little out there for your average lingerie wearer.
Men look great in lingerie, but like some women, some men suffer from a flat ass. A flat behind is quite obvious in panties, especially if one is entranced by the idea of looking as feminine as possible, in which case, flatness is something of a let down. Fortunately for guys with little junk in their trunk, there are panties on the market which do the work for you, allowing you to enjoy your trim figure whilst also having a nice rounded butt…
Anyone who reads these articles (or looks out the window occasionally) knows that there is an imbalance between fashion for men and fashion for women. Simply put, women can wear pretty things and men are left with the penguin suits and lumberjack costumes…
Recently I wrote a hub about why it’s a big deal when men wear women’s clothing, and it brought several women out of the proverbial woodwork who brought up points which, quite frankly, I had not thought about. My boyfriend and I don’t have children you see, we just have two cats, a dog and a bunny, which makes us completely unqualified to speak about anything. Once I engage my uterus for its intended purpose instead of letting it just flop about inside my body like a lazy house guest that just won’t help with the dishes, I’m sure I’ll see the light, as other ladies have.
Bodystockings, bodysuits, teddies and now unitards. These aren’t lingerie, and they’re not women’s clothing, which puts us in a parallel clothing universe of awesomeness, a universe where it is not just the slip slide of nylon, silk or cotton which brings thrills to the wearer, but where Lycra joins the party in an all inclusive sort of way.
I like to talk about fashion freedom a lot, but that doesn’t mean we should forget those men still languishing under the tyrrany of special people in their lives who would indulge in extreme moral panic if they were to discover them wearing lingerie, or men who want to wear lingerie in public but don’t want to risk being caught.
This is a follow up to the wildly popular and fiercely debated ‘Why It’s A Big Deal When Men Wear Women’s Clothes In Public’, and a rebuttal to some of the more ignorant comments there which claimed that men shouldn’t wear women’s clothing not because they don’t have the right to, but because they don’t look good in it.
The sheer arrogance and indeed, shallowness of these claims aside, this is one of those times where fire can be fought with fire, for the claim that men do not look good in women’s clothing is simply false
Prior to seeing what is probably the best use of YouTube ever in the history of mankind, I had only a vague idea of who the Jonas brothers were.
Male versions of Miley Cyrus, I assumed. Corporate creations designed to mess with teenage hormones and turn teens into purchasing robots. How terribly wrong I was. The Jonas brothers are clearly here to usher in a whole new definition of masculinity. Watch this video. Watch it. You’ll be so happy you did.
You know what I haven’t talked about before? Bodysuits! Teddies! (Well, at least as far as I can remember, which is generally not all that far, but I’m pretty sure we haven’t discussed bodysuits and or teddies in quite some time and I think that it is time to remedy that.)
Silk was once only attainable from the cocoon of a hardworking sweatshop silkworm paid less than 0.001 of a cent per day. Nowadays, in this modern and enlightened age, you might think that the silkworms are kicking back and playing PlayStation whilst scientists in white coats synthesise silk in shiny laboratories.
Inspired by some pictures shared with me and my readers by a very generous man who wears lingerie, this article is dedicated to floral panties. Floral panties are relatively rare, the bulk of panties these days tend to be either plain colors or cute little modern patterns I just don’t hold with.
It’s easy to forget entirely that floral panties actually exist, until one sees a glorious pair of these panties in action.