You Men And Your Panties
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It may surprise you to learn that I've been studying you, dear readers, lurking in a lurky fashion and discovering what interests you and what leaves you cold based on how many of you come along to various articles and how many of you are so inspired by the articles that you take time to add your voices to the fray.
Based on these factors, I have determined what seems to interest your average man who wears women's clothing, and what does not. Here's what I have come up with so far, you tell me if I'm right here.
Things Men Who Wear Lingerie Are Interested In:
- Miscellaneous Lingerie
- Women's Shoes
Things Men Who Wear Lingerie Are Not Interested In:
- Make Up
Interesting omission there guys. It seems that most men who wear women's clothing are only interested in the trappings of femininity, as in, things they can wear. If its something you can put on your body, and take off again and then wear it once more, men who wear women's clothing are interested it. If it is in the category of enhancing femininity, then it would seem that, by and large, you're not interested
Interestingly enough, of all the items on the list, the two things that really have the power to make men look feminine, rather than looking like men in women's clothing, are make up and hair. There's a reason why women spend billions of dollars on make up and hair products every year, but the male crowd lacks interest.
Is that because the clothing is something that can be more easily held and admired? Is it because it is an object you can adore? Or is it, perhaps, because you're really just seeking fashion equality, rather than a representation of femininity? That would explain a great deal.
Don't get me wrong, I'm not saying you chaps should be interested in hair and make up, but as they are two subjects very dear to the heart of women, it boggles my mind somewhat that men who seem to aspire to femininity seem to ignore these interesting and diverse fields of appearance entirely. Is it because they are too challenging? Too foreign? Is it because putting on lipstick and eyeliner would be going too far? Or are they simply so run of the mill to you that they're barely worth mentioning in polite conversation?
This has been another article largely comprised of questions, but when one asks questions, one occasionally finds answers, and there's a chance that we all might learn something new about the quirky nature of the man who loves lingerie, (and all his likewise lingerie loving friends.)