Grandma's Lingerie Hints For Married Men
Dear readers, I must confess that there's one major flaw in my men in lingerie articles. Though I have been in relationships with men, I've never been married, and many of those who read these articles are older than I, and have been married for quite some time, which results in something of a generation gap.
Youth is one thing, with its advocacy of revolution and its disregard for social norms, but sometimes you can't go past the voice of experience, so I asked my 75 year old grandmother what she thought about married men who wore lingerie.
She has strong marriage credentials, having been married in 1954 she was a genuine 1950's housewife, and stayed married for 37 years until my grandfather's death. I feel if anyone is qualified to talk about the nuances of old school relationships, she is. Be aware though, that grandma has long since past the point where she censors herself, and she was born long before political correctness was a twinkle in the eye of namby pamby conservatives, so chaps I warn you, some of this might be hard to hear, and you may disagree with it. I certainly do. However one needs opposing points of view to have a true debate, so for that reason I present to you grandma's opinions on men who wear lingerie within a marriage, and her helpful hints for chaps in this predicament.
"If you want a peaceful life, hide it." grandma says, nodding sagely, "It's a smart move not to go blowing your horn about it." She continues, "Ignorance is bliss when it comes to things like that."
Don't despair entirely at this point though, Grandma doesn't think that men shouldn't wear lingerie, she just thinks that men should hide it from their wives, so to go along with her viewpoints on the matter, grandma has some tips for men who don't tell their wives about wearing lingerie.
"Wait until she's gone out, gone shopping. Encourage her to have girl's nights out," she says.
For some men of course, this may add an additional thrill to the wearing of lingerie. Secrets can be fun, but I must warn that the discovery of such secrets can destroy a marriage or relationship. How can a woman feel close to a man who has hid something so very important to him, and if he hides that, then what else is he hiding?
Women do have inbuilt intuition, and if you're hiding something, I think that there is a good chance that she'll know something is up. The problem is that even though she does know you're hiding something, she won't know what it is, and she'll probably 3nd up thinking that it is something much worse than a little lingerie.
Is Grandma right? I don't know. Perhaps for her time she was. Perhaps we now live in a new, more open age. Or perhaps she was right, and her words do not speak to closeted fear, but wisdom regarding the fickleness of human nature. You decide.