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Of course men should be able to wear what ever they wish. there are many different types of high heels many of which really suit men no different than different type of heels really suit women. men of a lighter build take off the look much better than a manwho may be overweight, however the same can be said for women. Men do wear heels, however it may not be a common sight everywhere
We have been led to believe men don't have the desire and can't wear high heels, and yet, there are female impersonators, crossdressers, male performers in various programs and shows wearing heels, and many males behind closed doors are also wearing stilettos, blocks, wedges, and etc. So men having no taste for the wearing of high heels has to be part of the myth to further promote and strengthen the crumbling or inaccurate ideas of the stereotyping standards, society has used in forcing people to comply with the ideals for the making or programming of its perfect people. Each individual has their own perspectives, tastes, and desires that haven't always fitted inside the established social box. Men and women aren't suppose to want to wear the same items, but jeans sure have been popular fashion items. The choice of what a person wears belongs with the individual who knows what they like and want. Dictating what a person is suppose to like and want violates the natural intended process for human appareling.
by 2sshoes13 months ago
No. I seem to have very weak ankles. Have broken an ankle bone at least once, torn ligaments and had bad sprains-- even when wearing sensible shoes. At this point in my life, I wouldn't dare.
by Debbie Carey3 years ago
What age is, in your opinion, too old to wear short skirts and high heels?I am settling a discussion between good friends. Rather than agreeing to disagree, they prefer to ask a larger group of people from...
by StricktlyDating6 years ago
Why are designers making high-heels so high we cannot walk in them?This season I am seeing in almost every shoe-store in Australia the kind of high-heels I'd love to wear, if only they weren't too high! I love my...
by 2patricias7 years ago
I used to love wearing high heels, but now my feet won't let me. Ow! they say.But I don't want to wear shoes like my teachers wore in the 1950s. I'm not old yet. In fact, I'm a Baby Boomer. ...
by Right On Time6 years ago
Do high heels hurt?Whenever I see these ones on a girl, I immediately think of pain!
by Pantywearer8 years ago
About four years ago, I started wearing women's platform heels and haven't stopped wearing them since. The only problem is that I've only worn them in my apartment. I love wearing the 4-inch heels all the...
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