As a woman, I write a great deal about men who wear lingerie. To be honest, it has become rather a passion of mine over the past few years. To be honest, it has become rather a passion of mine over the past few years, but it wasn't always that way. This is the story of how I came upon this phenomenon of men who like to wear lingerie, and how I came to love a man who wore panties.
Chapter 9: Hosiery and Heels
Why I Like My Men to Wear Lingerie | PairedLife
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Underwear fetishism is a sexual fetishism relating to undergarments , and refers to preoccupation with the sexual excitement of certain types of underwear, including panties, stockings, pantyhose, bras, or other items. Some people can experience sexual excitement from wearing, while others get their excitement when observing, handling, or smelling the underwear worn by another, or watching somebody putting underwear on or taking it off. Some may steal used underwear to get satisfaction. Underwear fetishism is not considered as paraphilia unless it causes distress or serious problems for the person or those associated with them. To determine relative prevalences of different fetishes, Italian researchers obtained an international sample of 5, individuals from fetish-themed discussion groups.
In the sixteenth century, it would be perfectly normal for a respectable gentleman to be seen wearing hose, as it was then known - Henry VIII was even reputed to have padded his in order to make his legs appear more masculine. Since then, however, fashions have changed, and with the odd exception such as leggings for running or cycling, hosiery has become a purely feminine affair, longer and thinner than its male counterpart. A man might wear thick, knee-high socks for playing sports, but never gossamer thin stockings that reach up to his thighs - novelty socks with humorous designs on them are about as exciting as men's hosiery ever gets, and even they're often more boyish than manly. One need only consider the stereotypical femme fatale, offering a tantalising glimpse of her black lace stocking tops, to begin to appreciate the cultural significance of women's hosiery.