Hope, Why is it that women get so belligerent with heterosexual, straight guys wanting to wear...
lingerie and or any woman's attire/ I don't see what the big deal is and do you feel anytime soon it will begin to become acceptable? Younger women don't seem to care as much! Why is that?
I think that if a "straight" man wants to wear womens underwear for anything other than it being a "bedroom" game - a woman, one that perhaps is involved with said man may get the impression that he is not "straight".
Lets be real here - female underwear is designed for female genitalia - we sit.
Boxers or other male underwear has that convenient opening - they stand up.
The real question is why would a straight man want to wear it?
More than likely it could be a sexual fetish such as the desire to wear his desired ones panties already worn by her.
There are a myriad of reasons why a man would want to do this that range from a bet with friends to pleasing his partner to something more deviant in nature.
Whatever the reason, depending on the underwear itself, our panties, bras, g-strings and thongs are not always the most comfortable things in the world and we don't have that "package" to cover up - lol.
So, comfort it cannot be about - Good topic though, maybe I should write a Hub about it. *smile*
Have a great day,
TheWriterIVY, it might pay for you to do a little research before you go and tell men that they're not straight if they want to wear lingerie. It's just not true. Most crossdressers are heterosexual, that fact has been comfirmed over and over again. To spread ignorance based on nothing more than bigoted opinion helps no-one.
It's also not true that men can't find women's underwear comfortable. Go read one of my hubs on panties and men and see how many men absolutely love the feeling of feminine underwear. I've been writing on this subject for three years, and in that time, thousands of men have left their feedback on the subject. Men who have girlfriends and wives and who yes, love lingerie.
If you do decide to write a hub about it, please take the time to actually research the subject. The men you're slating at least deserve that.
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