How To Make A Man Who Wears Lingerie Happy
So your man wears lingerie. It may have come as a shock to you, or it may not. You may support it wholeheartedly, or you may be reserving your judgment for a later time. (You may already have run screaming for the hills, but if you did, it is highly unlikely that you're reading this article.)
More than likely, you're confused. We're not educated in men being anything other than a few stereotypical types, so it can be hard to understand what's going on when someone you're involved with breaks the mold so completely. You may have felt comfortable interacting with a 'normal' man, but how do you make a man who wears lingerie happy? It's pretty simple really: engage with him in his lingerie wearing. Tell him he looks nice in his new panties (lingerie wearers or not, men are all about the ego, and stroking it a little is sure to make everyone much happier.)
Accompany him on lingerie shopping trips. Is that idea too embarrassing for you? Keep in mind the fact that most people won't even know what you two are up to. It will be your little secret, there in the lingerie aisles.
It may not feel like it now, but your man has just entrusted you with a very private and very deep part of himself. You have tremendous power now that you know he wears lingerie. You can hurt him deeply by rejecting who he is, in turn making him protect himself by shutting down from you, or you can lift him up into ecstasy by embracing it as part of who he is.
If you'll spend a little time browsing these articles, you'll see that there are two types of commenter. There are those men who have had their love of lingerie rejected and who feel they must hide it, and there are those who are fortunate enough to have found understanding and loving partners in life who support them for who they are.
If you take nothing else away from this article, take this: he is still the man you loved before you found out he likes lingerie. He has not changed any fundamental part of his personality, and he does not care for you any less. He does not want to take your role in the relationship, nor does he want to be treated as any less of a man. He wants to be acknowledged for all he is, not just the part of him that is acceptable to fashion society.