What Is Your Place In The Panty Revolution?
First things first, what is the panty revolution? On a practical level, it is a revolution in the way men are 'allowed' to dress. On a higher level, it is a revolution in the way we think of men and women. Western women have made great strides in breaking out of the gender boxes which were so strongly enforced for centuries, however men have yet to make the same progress. Even a very conservative non lingerie wearing male friend of mine commented how unfair it was that I could wear a guy's jersey and jeans without any issue, but there is no way he could go out wearing women's clothing.
Those men who have a yearning to wear women's clothing are even less well off, whilst the majority of men may not feel the chains that bind their wardrobes, you panty wearers are all too well aware of the double standards that surround the issue of dressing the sexes. The panty revolution is about effecting the way we look at men and women, it's about allowing both sexes the freedom to wear whatever they want to wear. It's about truly being able to express oneself through one's clothing. It's about freedom.
A few readers have mentioned that reading these articles makes them feel militant about their lingerie wearing and cross dressing, whilst others have mentioned that the very same articles have made them feel a little bad about the fact that they are still 'in the closet' about their lingerie wearing.
I have some good news for shy and retiring panty wearing men. There is no need to take to the streets in drag to effect the panty revolution. The most effective and long lasting revolutions are those that occur quietly, person by person at a grass roots level. There's no need to flash your panties in the public's face if you're not the exhibitionist type. (There are enough trouble making types among you who will do that anyway ;) Just being who you are is enough to make a little difference to the world.
Perhaps for the moment you want to keep your panty wearing to yourself. That is okay. Perhaps you will always want to keep your panty wearing to yourself. That is okay too. But if these articles give you the courage to share a little, to experiment a little, or even just to feel more comfortable with your lingerie desires, then the panty revolution has worked its work, because at the end of the day, it's okay to be you.