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Buff Women: Throwing Panties to the Wind

Updated on June 21, 2010

Britney Spears

Fashion statement or sleaze?

Apparently, a fashion statement, among some women, is going without panties. Celebrities are stepping out without their panties, and many everyday women are following suit (or no suit). But the news about wearing no panties is not a new trend, historically, others have bared their bottoms under clothing. For instance, it's been reported that hot sex goddesses from a gone-by time, such as Cleopatra and Jean Harlow, also chose to go au naturel beneath clothing.

Of course, as with most trendy movements, there are benefits and drawbacks associated with the commando bottomless scene.

Pros of Going in the Buff:

To begin with, you will never run out of clean underwear. Secondly, the 'panty line' syndrome will be eliminated. And, no more irritation from those thong back-straps, plus the “my butt's eating my panties” feeling will be gone.

Going without panties makes a statement about how you feel about your sexuality. Of course, going pantiless is a bit racy, and renders a naughty feeling knowing the 'private' part of your body is exposed and flying free, so to say. Going commando can make you more in touch with your personal sensuality and 'that' certain part of your anatomy.

Another perk to going bare can be knowing how it makes your significant other feel. Whisper to a man that you're not wearing panties, and watch his reaction. Most likely, his curiosity will spike and desires will soar. Without underwear, a man knows the path to his desires are unobstructed. Don't be surprised if he follows you around like a lost puppy!

Cons of Going in the Buff

But, as with all good things, there can be drawbacks. For instance, you risk getting a rash from rubbing delicate skin against harsh fabrics, like jean materials. And, a nasty concern is that pubic lice thrive on towels and commode seats. If you sit your bare bottom on a lice-infested object, the doorway to your unprotected private area is open wide.

If you have a discharge, the inside of your garments can be coated and sticky. Depending on how heavy the discharge, it could saturate through and leave spots on your clothes. Although, this is not a health risk, it can be embarrassing!

A woman is more susceptible to infections during their periods. Going without panties can allow bacteria to get into the vaginal opening, and cause urinary tract infections.

Going without panties solves the pantie line crisis, but it will not guarantee that clothing will stay away from the butt crack! Going without panties, most certainly, opens the door for skirts, dresses, and slacks to get stuck in that little round brown area! So, the need to tug and pull, scoot left and right, or give that quick twist before walking continues.

Panties or No Panties

The bottom line about going bare and throwing your panties to the wind, is a personal choice. Let the skin breathe the fresh air as often, or as seldom, as you want. Unless you want to share your secret, no one will know, and it will be a sexy secret shared only with yourself.

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      Arthur Bhutic 

      6 years ago

      Never throw panties to the wind. Panties must always be worn on periods. It's best that your periods wear your panties, rather that your periods be pantyless.

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      Marko 

      7 years ago

      All women should do it. ;)

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      ivori 

      8 years ago

      Nope, not for me either! Way too breezy! LOL

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      benny Faye Douglass 

      8 years ago from Gold Canyon, Arizona

      Hey ivori , great hub, I love you, but I can't do it. LOL. have a blessed one. creatvieone59

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