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Men In Lingerie | Don't Want To Be Seen As A Pervert? Don't Act Like One

Updated on October 14, 2009

One of the greatest things about writing for men who wear lingerie and other items of women's clothing on Hub Pages is the robust, thoughtful and mature conversation that takes place here. I am grateful for the men who come and contribute in this fashion, and I ruthlessly moderate all comments to keep things above board.

However some men insist on bringing their lewd and lascivious questions and comments into various areas of this public forum, (areas where I cannot moderate them,) and I would ask them that they cease, desist and take it to a more appropriate place. This is an open but family friendly environment. By writing about men who wear lingerie here, many people are exposed to the idea of men wearing something other than tighty whities and they are also exposed to the fact that many men who wear lingerie are intelligent, thoughtful people, not raving perverts.

If you want to ask questions or make comments regarding the carnal elements of lingerie wearing, there are a gazillion places online to do that. Go to one of those places, because when you lower the tone here, all you do is portray a self centered, look at me, dirty flasher pervert vibe that everyone finds distasteful. You create the revulsion and rejection which you then complain about. It's the textual version rubbing your crotch in every one's face and when you do that you lose credibility and you loose support from the community at large.

There are times and places for everything, and whilst I am a huge supporter of men who wear lingerie and anything else they'd like to wear, there is a time and place for various forms of self expression. I know that there are many venues where you can discuss more intimate topics with like minded fellows and fellowesses and I have no problem with them existing, I think they serve a great purpose and I encourage you to make use of their services.

I can write about how wonderful fashion freedom and men who wear lingerie are until the cows come home, but at the end of the day, my voice is but a whisper compared to yours, so please, consider the important role you play when you interact in open community forums such as Hub Pages. You can help your cause a great deal, or you can repulse hundreds of thousands of people simply by indulging your desire to flaunt your dirty little panty fantasies with people who were probably only here to chat about beef stroganoff recipes, crocs and vanilla relationship advice.

If you should happen to stumble across men posting inappropriately, please do not encourage them by upvoting supporting comments or making supporting comments yourself. This is a place of first impressions for many, and if their first impression of men who wear lingerie is NSFW, (not safe for work) or NSFF, (not safe for families) then you will only be marginalizing yourselves.

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    • vshining profile image

      vshining 

      9 years ago from Ellenwood GA

      I agree also with you, thanks for sharing such a great hub.

    • Hope Alexander profile imageAUTHOR

      Hope Alexander 

      9 years ago

      :) They don't have to be gone, just moderate behavior according to their surroundings...

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      likewhatiam 

      9 years ago

      Hi Hope I agree with you entirely we just want to be accepted by society as a whole not to be branded as perverts so to all the perverts please be gone.Keep up the good work on the hubs.

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