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2013-04-28 10:21:27 AM  
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LiberalEastCoastElitist: This is a real thing. A friend of mine (not code for me) got into a relationship with one of these guys. Of course he doesn't drop this bomb on her lap until 6 months in.


six months in sounds about right. More than that, and it's fair to say that this person was wasting their time when they could have been looking for someone they were more compatible with. If you whip it out on the first date, then it just shows that you're incapable of being at all self-critical, and are unaware of how others might see your kink as kinda weird, so you wait a couple of months to build a certain base-line of trust.

If your friend wasn't into that kinda thing, cool she should thank him for not getting any more committed and giving her the opportunity to go look for others, but if she went and blabbed about it to other people (e.g. you) rather than keep his kink private then that kinda makes her the coont in that situation IMHO.
2013-04-28 06:08:03 AM  
2 votes:

SpdrJay: I am as bisexual as they come and I would not be caught dead in any of that crap.


its for uber ultra macho men who would find it an extreme turn on to be emasculated with pretty, frilly garments in bed. These men are usually straight.
2013-04-28 12:40:29 PM  
1 votes:

swingerofbirches: I think most of the opposition has to do with the aesthetics of the male bulge more than the underwear itself. That's why dancers wear dance belts. Makes everything symmetrical and less human. But why are humans so human? To me the penis and balls on a man (and I say this as a man) just look so appendage like. Like they were stuck on as an afterthought. There's not even a great place for them between the legs. They're just sort of there, always a bit in the way. The human body somehow looks less "organic" and natural than other animals when both are in the nude. With a nice pair of slacks I think we compare nicely to bears though, for example. I'm not a prude, but I generally can't think of a time where I find a man more attractive without clothes than with clothes, even a bathing suit.


Gotta agree with ya. There are many fine designs in nature.
the female form. The lion ready to pounce.

the flacid human penis however looks akin to the creator being drunk and playing pin the tail on the donkey
2013-04-28 08:44:34 AM  
1 votes:
We just got objectified didn't we?
2013-04-28 07:41:02 AM  
1 votes:

ambercat: So I'm the only one who has no problem with this? Huh. I guess the Rocky Horror Picture Show must have desensitized me as a youngin.

Also, this idea is not new, 'manties' have been around for a while. This stuff just looks better made.


Not bothered.  It wouldn't be a deal-breaker if a guy I was with liked to wear women's underwear.  As long as it's attractive, and the onesies at the top of the page just aren't attractive.  Those things would look bad on women.  The stuff in the second pic is fine, but since I hate pink and heart patterns I would probably ask the man to develop less infantile taste.  Unless infantilism is his goal and THAT is a deal breaker.

/Also no thongs, whether designed for men or women
//Eugh
2013-04-28 06:43:29 AM  
1 votes:

ambercat: swingerofbirches: I think most of the opposition has to do with the aesthetics of the male bulge more than the underwear itself. That's why dancers wear dance belts. Makes everything symmetrical and less human. But why are humans so human? To me the penis and balls on a man (and I say this as a man) just look so appendage like. Like they were stuck on as an afterthought. There's not even a great place for them between the legs. They're just sort of there, always a bit in the way. The human body somehow looks less "organic" and natural than other animals when both are in the nude. With a nice pair of slacks I think we compare nicely to bears though, for example. I'm not a prude, but I generally can't think of a time where I find a man more attractive without clothes than with clothes, even a bathing suit.

Male bulges always seem rather messed up to me. You look at them and you're like...what IS that? You don't want to keep looking, but your natural curiosity wants to be able to sort out which parts are the beans and which part is the frank, but sometimes it just looks like this weird lumpy mess where you can't tell what's going on. I can see where the whole codpiece idea came from.


Amen, GF.
2013-04-28 06:26:20 AM  
1 votes:

swingerofbirches: I think most of the opposition has to do with the aesthetics of the male bulge more than the underwear itself. That's why dancers wear dance belts. Makes everything symmetrical and less human. But why are humans so human? To me the penis and balls on a man (and I say this as a man) just look so appendage like. Like they were stuck on as an afterthought. There's not even a great place for them between the legs. They're just sort of there, always a bit in the way. The human body somehow looks less "organic" and natural than other animals when both are in the nude. With a nice pair of slacks I think we compare nicely to bears though, for example. I'm not a prude, but I generally can't think of a time where I find a man more attractive without clothes than with clothes, even a bathing suit.


Male bulges always seem rather messed up to me. You look at them and you're like...what IS that? You don't want to keep looking, but your natural curiosity wants to be able to sort out which parts are the beans and which part is the frank, but sometimes it just looks like this weird lumpy mess where you can't tell what's going on. I can see where the whole codpiece idea came from.
2013-04-28 06:15:44 AM  
1 votes:
I think most of the opposition has to do with the aesthetics of the male bulge more than the underwear itself. That's why dancers wear dance belts. Makes everything symmetrical and less human. But why are humans so human? To me the penis and balls on a man (and I say this as a man) just look so appendage like. Like they were stuck on as an afterthought. There's not even a great place for them between the legs. They're just sort of there, always a bit in the way. The human body somehow looks less "organic" and natural than other animals when both are in the nude. With a nice pair of slacks I think we compare nicely to bears though, for example. I'm not a prude, but I generally can't think of a time where I find a man more attractive without clothes than with clothes, even a bathing suit.
2013-04-28 05:53:53 AM  
1 votes:
So, basically, a Reddit Meetup?
2013-04-28 05:40:22 AM  
1 votes:
www.trilobite.org
2013-04-28 04:04:01 AM  
1 votes:
media.tumblr.com
2013-04-28 03:10:05 AM  
1 votes:
I have a serious aversion to this. I could not close the story fast enough after I saw the pictures. I know its not for gay men, but its surely not for me.
2013-04-28 02:45:29 AM  
1 votes:
[howabouthellno]
2013-04-28 02:18:35 AM  
1 votes:
Whatever floats your goat, man


/...
2013-04-28 02:17:26 AM  
1 votes:

Mentat: The firm says the products are not necessarily for gay men

Yeeeeeeeeeeeeeah.


Actually, they're not.  I know this.  I wish I didn't.  You don't want to know this.  No one who doesn't want to know this should ever have to know this.
 
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