Men In Lingerie, How Far Do You Go?
How far do you go?
So here's an interesting question. How far do you men in lingerie go? Is it a matter of slipping on a pair of panties and that's all? Or have the panties lead to stockings, bras and other types of lingerie? Has your lingerie been a gateway into a who world of women's attire? Having sampled the joys of a chemise, do you long to slip into a slinky dress?
I write these articles on the assumption, or rather the hypothesis (because we know what assumptions do), that most men who wear lingerie pretty much just wear lingerie. They might occasionally slip on a pair of high heels (because they go with stockings) , or perhaps even try on a dress, but their primary love is lingerie. There are, of course, men who wear women's clothes who also wear lingerie, but I consider 'men who wear lingerie' to be distinct from that group for the purposes of most of these articles, if that makes sense.
Of course I could be utterly and entirely wrong, so I'm going to put a poll up on the sidebar here and let you all have your say anonymously. If you want to expand upon your vote in the comments, please feel free to do so. Just keep in mind that this is a family friendly venue and all comments must be appropriate to the venue or they will be ruthlessly moderated, like a pair of fragile silk panties in a 1980's agitator washing machine.
Please note that I don't personally have anything against men who wear women's clothing on a full or part time basis, in fact, I welcome their presence and input. However, my knowledge is limited and as much fun as it is to just make things up, it would be disingenuous to write at length on the topic. I also believe that there are a great many sites on the Internet devoted to this topic, where as He Wears Panties, and the articles written in association with the site is devoted to men who love lingerie.
If you'd like to elaborate in the comments, it would be interesting to know why you do or do not go further with your lingerie wearing and take it into outer wear. Does wearing women's outer clothing make you feel more feminine, or perhaps does it make you feel too feminine? Is it an invisible line you will not allow yourself to cross, or do you simply wish to not cross the line because it holds no interest for you?
Men, the floor is yours!