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  1. 8 points
  2. https://www.dropbox.com/scl/fi/9ydbt4t9rrw25z2yoilk4/2024-05-23-15.53.21.jpg?rlkey=9bxtw0fte0pno0bah3f13euxb&dl=0 Recently got some So Kate 120mm booties. I’m a bit out of practice for heels this height, but I plan to wear them out for dinner for our tenth anniversary in September, so I’m getting lots of practice.
    6 points
  3. Here is a new one from my travels today. The weather is getting a little bit nicer here, so I decided to wear a pair of white sandals I purchased recently. With the thicker heel on these, they are very comfortable to wear, and quite easy to walk in for longer periods of time. I was wearing these for a good 4 to 5 hours today with no trouble at all. I like how well they paired with the lighter color of the jeans. It was a little cooler in the morning so the jacket paired nicely. By the afternoon, it was nice enough that I could remove the coat. I could see these heels being a part of many of my summer outfits.
    5 points
  4. I wasn't looking for a new pair of shoes, but I have always wanted a pair of high heeled penny loafers. I thought I had found such a pair a year ago when I bought some New Religion shoes of that description, but they had a fatal flaw: No matter how many fitment devices I used, I walked out of them every other step. So I got rid of them. Then, a few weeks ago, these Stuart Weitzman Mocup loafers in olive green suede appeared in my Poshmark feed. Not my first pick of colors, but a unique addition to my collection. The seller kept dropping the price over a period of time, and by the time the price got down to $27, I couldn't resist. And this for Stuart Weitzman! What I did not realize is that these shoes have evidently never been worn. Not a mark on them anywhere, top or bottom, even though they did not come in a box. They are rather more attractive in person than I thought they would be from the photos. Their appearance is super narrow, even though they don't necessarily fit that way. They have a 5 inch heel with a 1 inch platform, which at one time was a staple of my collection. The heel is 3/4" wide, and is simulated stacked leather. I wore them outside right away, which is something I used to shy away from doing until I vetted them properly. I can kind of tell fairly quickly nowadays. I wore them for several hours with nothing negative to report.
    5 points
  5. Another one from my travels today.
    5 points
  6. After having received virtually no notice or comments about my boots, I received two comments in the past week - and both times with the same pair of low-heeled knee boots that I wear routinely around the locks and towpaths. I got into conversation with a couple of dog walkers at a towpath cafe who remarked on them, in broadly complimentary fashion, asked me if they were riding boots (they're not) with the wife adding in a kind of leading way - "you know, a woman could wear those ..." to which I responded "Anybody can!" The other was a rather jovial guy, in a fairly well lubricated social situation, who asked if I was off to a Freddie Mercury tribute show, to which I responded by saying, "No, I usually wear heels to those .." Odd that it should be these that caused comment as I am very often in skinny jeans with chunky heeled ankle boots with 3.5" heels - very visible - and nary a word.
    5 points
  7. Once again, we have this week's church outfit. I went back to pink again, though I no longer technically have any pink shoes. I tossed my last pair because one of the straps was broken, and it was starting to suffer from the whole chemical peel thing on the inside, which, due to the design of the shoe, was visible while wearing. I had essentially two choices, unless I went with black or something. I had some pink-ish stiletto mules, which I should really find an occasion to wear, but they were far too orange for this outfit. That left me with my Söfft cork sandals in fuchsia patent, so that's what I went with. One of the advantages to wearing the Söfft shoes is that they are effectively 3 1/2" heels. I've been wearing higher heels quite a bit lately, so these are super easy to move in, and I needed all of my wits about me, as it was my first time leading the music by myself, without benefit of a piano player. It went fine. I wouldn't necessarily want to do that every week, but it was ok for a Sunday or two now and then. For some reason, these appear quite a bit more bright red than they are in real life. Even if they were red, I don't think they look too bad. Maybe I ought to try actual red shoes with a future pink outfit.
    4 points
  8. Here is my church outfit of the week, which was kind of a sad one for me because my choir director of seven years has taken another position at another church. This was the last Sunday that my son and I got to make music with him. I think we finished pretty strong, even though once again, we had no rehearsal. This week's choice was totally based around my new Stuart Weitzman shoes, the details of which are cataloged elsewhere. I actually have a pair of pants that matches their dark olive green color more closely, but they're getting a little bit ratty looking lately, so I chose a lighter colored, but newer, pair of pants. My shirt and tie were chosen mainly to not offend the rest of the outfit. I missed celebrating my 12th anniversary of "coming out" in heels. Perhaps "going out" would be better phraseology for shoes. It's funny, I don't remember the exact date for sure, but I remember what day of the week it was, so I'm calling it Wednesday, May 16th, 2012, as the first day I ever stepped foot in front of anybody wearing heels as my own serious footwear. Oddly enough, the location was at my church at a choir rehearsal. Perhaps this is why I think of it now. The point of this last paragraph is not so much to celebrate my own accomplishments, but rather to note that enough time has gone by that the clothes I bought to match my new persona are starting to physically wear out. I have bought quite a bit of clothing over the years, but I have gotten rid of precious little, unlike my shoe collection. Some of that clothing, like most probably the tie I wore three days ago, predates my heeling days, and a lot of it needs to be retired for one reason or another. Perhaps this is a subject for another rumination in the future.
    4 points
  9. 4 points
  10. This is JS Dany in the sand color I’ve wanted for a while. DSW still has this at $110 but typing Dany in the Dillard search box shows these and the black at just $35 as they’re on clearance. Got the 11 and they arrived in just 52 hours. Fit like a glove. This Dany has a 6.25/16cm heel whereas the Devalyn has a 5.5”/14 cm heel.
    4 points
  11. Here is one I took today while out and about. The boots are Aldo, in a two tone brown, with a chunkier heel.
    4 points
  12. Well here we are in london with my partner and her mum and dad. they know i wear heels and seen me in them but mot 4” was a little worried. was walking around the streets and i was just in front of her mum when i heard her say yo my partner “his feet are going to hurt in them” my parter to my surprise said “he walks better in them then he does trainers” omg amazing. Spent from about 13 hours in them yesterday. Busy day today.
    4 points
  13. Over in the "For Everybody" section, we got off on a tangent about whether I'm too old to wear shorts. And my friend from university told me that I personally can pull it off, but not everyone can, including her. After some input here, I finally decided, "Fine, I'm going to quit worrying about it." About a week and a half ago, we changed directly from rain to heat. Because of my work schedule and responsibilities, I have been unable to take advantage of the situation until this weekend, at which time I pulled all the stops out. Whatever it is I'm doing, I guess I need to keep doing that. Within the last two days, I have received a number of unsolicited compliments, all by women, about my legs. Here is my outfit, which is obviously nothing special, just a t-shirt and shorts.
    3 points
  14. love the red!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    3 points
  15. Mark Clift’s cellphone rang.he looked at the caller ID and saw that it was Sandy Brewer, his girlfriend. He was planning on getting together with her later this evening and was about to call her and now he wouldn’t have to. He answered, but before he could ask her about tonight, she interrupted him saying that she wanted him to meet her at one of the better department stores in their community because they were having a surprise dress sale, as well some shoes and other stuff, and she thought that both of us might be able to find some real bargains. She sounded so excited and enthusiastic that I couldn’t say no. So I told her that I would meet her there and suggested that she go ahead and see if she could find some things that she might like. So, I jumped into my car and started towards the store. Sandy and me, were becoming quite close friends. We first met where I work. She is a secretary at a local bank and a part time model. One morning she was modeling a new dress by a local designer, showing at a late morning fashion show, and fell and skinned her knee while walking down the runway. I was working the show as the runway facilitator and quickly came to her aid. We went to lunch after the doctor treated her knee and the show ended. She was very curious about my appearance. I am a man who is required to wear women’s clothing while working. (It’s a long story) but the job pays very well and I don’t have any problems working wearing dresses and high heels. In fact, I’ve come to enjoy it. And when completely dressed,including makeup and jewelry, I can easily pass as a good looking woman (or so I’ve been told.) While driving to the store I kept thinking that I really didn’t need any more summer clothes because I had just bought some. But it never hurts to look. Besides I might find some shoes that I might like on sale. I am always on the lookout for heels that I can wear to work every day. It’s becoming more difficult to find good quality high heels these days. Women aren’t wearing them very much anymore. I am always on the lookout for another pair. Every since I began wearing women’s clothes and heels to work, I have grown to love them. In fact, I even wear them when dressed as a man. I often get some crazy comments when wearing them but I don’t let them bother me any longer. It’s the possibility of physical danger from unbalanced kooks that is of more concern these days. My girlfriend kind of likes me in dresses. She understands that I’m required to wear dresses at work to keep my job and has become so used to seeing me in dresses and heels that she probably wouldn’t recognize me if I was dressed any other way. Besides it gives us a lot in common. Being able to talk about women’s clothing fashions is another subject in which we both are interested — besides baseball and hockey. I arrived at the store and found Sandy inside sorting through what looked to be several hundred different dresses. I asked if she had found any that she liked? She replied that she had found three but found more that she thought that I would like because “they’re more my taste “. I explained that I really don’t need any more dresses right now but I am always looking for shoes. So, she took me by the hand and led me into the shoe department. We spent the next couple of hours trying on shoes. I did manage to find five pairs of with heels higher than five inches, to which Sandy could not understand how I could wear heels that high without damaging my feet. While she loves shoes as much as I do, she goes for really feminine styles with straps and bows, really cute, girle pairs, with lower heels. (Now that I think about it I don’t believe that I’ve ever seen her wear heels higher than 2 or 2 1/2 inches, except on the runway, since we’ve been dating.) We took the shoes that I had just purchased and went back to the dress department to get the dresses that Sandy wanted and then since it was late, drove back to my place where we ate some very good spaghetti that I cooked yesterday. Then I put her back into my car and drove back to the department store to get her car, and followed her to her apartment making sure she got home safely. Our relationship, Sandy and mine, is quickly becoming more than just girlfriend/boyfriend. There definitely is a strong attraction between us. But, this seems to me like a “slow dance” to soft romantic music where we are content to just hold each other and let the energy flow between us. It’s just too early to tell. I really think I am fortunate to have found some very nice heels tonight. And, there is one pair that I can hardly wait to wear to work tomorrow. More to come
    3 points
  16. Oddly enough, I wore pumps over the weekend, and I have several pair in this general style. All of them are between 4 1/2 and 4 3/4 inches. This particular pair, which are Steve Madden Daisie, are quite comfortable. I had them on for about five hours, much of that standing, and never regretted it. In fact, I did not feel anything but good vibes. To go along with the main subject, however, I can't just slip these things on or off. It's a bit of a production. The good thing about this is no unintended shoe loss. I still do not understand how some people manage to slip right into their pumps and still walk around normally.
    3 points
  17. This week's Church outfit. It was a special week at our church. We had a special service to commemorate the 175th anniversary of our existence. It was a nice service, and many people from the days of yore travelled a long way to attend this service, some of them pastors from my youth. What I did not enjoy about the service was the music, which was contemporary Christian Pop, and the apparent contemporary band dress code, which was a red t-shirt proclaiming the 175th anniversary of the church. I don't normally play with them, but their guitarist was out of town. There's nothing wrong with a red t-shirt, but I looked much nicer than the rest of the band, if I may say so. I did don a red t-shirt after church to do a little bit of grocery shopping, this one featuring our arch rival college. I think I know how I came to have this t-shirt, but it's a long story, and nobody cares anyway.
    3 points
  18. Not a lot to say this week. The Asian festival is over, everything is packed up and back home. The second day I wound up wearing my Bruno Magli blue suede wedges both for setup and teardown. We got back home at midnight, and then I had to get up too early to prepare for church. I feel like I keep repeating myself, and this week's picture is not all that great.
    3 points
  19. Here is a link to his instagram with a quick vid of him rocking the heels you are probably speaking of @pebblesf https://www.instagram.com/reel/C61hRugpqND/
    3 points
  20. I'm glad to see I'm not the only one who might wear a jacket with sandals. Nice looking ensemble!
    2 points
  21. There’s not one man on the planet that can find fault with any decision that you have made concerning your life or the way you live. The decision you have made are the right ones for you. There isn’t any sane individual that I am aware of that consciously makes any decisions that negatively impacts their lives. If you are happy with your lifestyle and life situation, then I say “good on you!.” Because 97% of the people alive are not satisfied with their life, lifestyle or status in society. It’s only through hindsight that any one can say “gosh, had I only turned right instead of left I would have been so much better off. The most important consideration on your part is that you are satisfied, happy and content with where you are at. I say Congratulations. “Keep on keeping on.” Because you are one of the few.
    2 points
  22. And I thought that I was through buying clothes. I already have a closet full, but , yesterday In bought a pair navy blue of men’s shorts and a white cotton golf shirt with navy blue flex that will match perfectly with my white and navy blue 5” ankle strap sandals. And I thought that I was too old to think about coordinating my outfits.
    2 points
  23. Passing through Leeds train station this morning and spotted a guy in heels! Genuine heels too. Black patent ankle boots with chunky 4” heels. They formed part of an odd ensemble that included a long faux fur coat (taupe-coloured) and loose fitting striped trousers (black and gold) Odd though it was nobody paid him the least notice
    2 points
  24. Just came in, JS Xona. They fit but are snug, so I will wear them around the house to break them in before spending a day in them. I'll post a picture with these and shorts in a week or so. Looking at another JS wedge sandal now.
    2 points
  25. It's not a style that would work for you because lace shirts, wide legged/high waisted pants aren't your "thing". Nor is his hairstyle and jewelry. It's perfect because it works for him.
    2 points
  26. Man oh man - very, very late comer here to comment on a "resolved" issue, so my points may be utterly moot. My transition from wearing almost entirely covered heels to openly wearing them public was a challenge. Taking inspiration from others in this group, I eventually realized that "if they can do it, so can I," and I did. And since that time, I have not looked back or ever regretted my decision to wear heels out if public. This is not to say that it has always been a smooth road as it hasn't. There have been times of doubt and lacking confidence in new and uncertain circumstances. I have come to learn that the best way to approach this is as other have wrote - having confidence. These are some points I have learned: 1. Select footwear for comfort and occasion. Speaking only for myself, I wear very low heels to work and never, never, never "club heels" to the office. OTK boots will be paired with an appropriate length and styled skirt. 2. Pay attention to grooming. When I am out in heels, I am always well groomed - clean shaven, hair combed, fingernails "cleaned-up," etc. Keep your feet in good shape! Some heels are only designed to be worn for very brief periods of time. Thus, I always have a pair of flats or "street style" trainers nearby should my feet start to scream, "Get us out of here!" When I wear capris, the lower part of my legs are shaved. 3. If this anyone's "Thing," wear clothing and accessories that makes you comfortable as comfort exudes confidence. There are days/times/places where wearing a pair of heels just does not "feel right" for whatever reason. When those occur, as much as I may want to wear heels, I don't. Likewise, some days it might be all feminine clothing but other days it will be a mixture. 4. Be yourself! When you should find a style you like, go with it. I have found both heels and clothing that I love and have started to put my own style together. It took some work to get there such as quite a bit of weight loss, but I am there and I love how it looks. 5. Work towards an event for which you want to wear heels. My wedding anniversary is the most important day of the year, and my wife and I always celebrate it in high style. This year I have a leather skirt for the day (at the very end of October) and although it fits fairly well, I have to lose a few more pounds to make it fit "just right." I have idea of the boots I want to wear with the skirt thus, this gives an incentive to make sure I get there. So there you have it!
    2 points
  27. Still awesome!!!!!!!!
    2 points
  28. They didn't show right in the picture @CAT But they are actually burgundy.
    2 points
  29. While walking in some rather picturesque countryside yesterday, looking at a view not too far off the road, I encountered a young lady wearing blue knee boots with about 2.5" heels - they were emphatically not hiking boots, and quite smart looking. Very citified. What was striking was that she would have been about 6'4" without the heels - must have been nearly 6'6" with them. She was with another young lady, also in tall stylish boots, who was only a couple of inches shorter. It was a surprise to see in the countryside like that. As for me I was in hiking boots.
    2 points
  30. Me too @Bubba136 But it is still nice to see someone wearing heels in the public eye.
    2 points
  31. I reported for jury duty wearing 100mm ankle boots once. Only comments was from the officer at the security checkpoint.
    2 points
  32. Yes no one outside the two people directly involved can know what the score is, and even then each of them will have their own sincerely held opinion.
    2 points
  33. Ah, the old shorts and high heels question! Once upon a time it was a question that wasn't even asked. Yes, Daisy Duke was on the TV every single week in shorts and heels, but nobody outside of a club, or maybe a car show, dressed like that in real life. Then suddenly it was ok, and even I can do it. For me personally, if I'm going to wear shorts, I'm going to wear sandals. Though I've modeled them before, I would never wear an enclosed shoe with shorts, unless I'm playing tennis. If I'm actually working outside, I'm covered head to toe (for sun protection), so it's not about the heat, it's about the style. I do usually wear open toe mules with shorts, and they do tend to have a wooden heel. But not always. I don't often wear stilettos with shorts, and I'm not 100% sure why. Perhaps stilettos with shorts still have that "clubby" look about them that I don't necessarily want to wear out and about under normal circumstances. Wedges also seem to work very well with shorts. For some reason, wedges seem to take the edge off the look. Oddly enough, I do not have all that many pictures of me in shorts, probably because I've been doing this church outfit of the week things for some time, and I still will not wear shorts to church. Even though many people do this nowadays, it just seems wrong to me. Especially when I'm on the livestream camera that gets saved forever and ever. So I'll find some quick examples. I don't do long shorts, because they simply do not look good on me. I don't have a lot of real estate to waste covering it up.
    2 points
  34. Most of the negative comments seemed to centre around things in his personal life rather than his heels - not knowing the backstory I didn’t understand the comments, but the boots did not attract much negativity. I agree that there are probably a lot of guys who envy his freedom to wear what he pleases instead of being bound by rigid conformity
    2 points
  35. Just some examples. And for the summer "Mess with your mind," knee high JS Stilettos, shorts, and Hawaiian shirt. Aloha
    2 points
  36. I wear almost all my shoes with short shorts, including my knee highs. And when asked why I have knee highs and shorts I usually respond with "To mess with your mind. Is it working?"
    2 points
  37. Update (Reprise)! So, for this past week, Frick told me that she has been involuntarily transferred to another building and Frack has been on vacation - it has been absolute bliss! After considering the words of others members in response to this post, I decided to move my work station away from Frack so that I no longer have to listen to her comments regarding my appearance - I have no plan to let her know I have done so. It has been such a delight to know that I can just be myself without having to hear/endure Frack's envious comments about my appearance or the like. I agree with Mlroseplant that it is hard enough for us to be ourselves and Frack's needling only made it that much more difficult for me to do just that - be myself. I find it to be interesting that of all the people who made their way into my office this past week, not a single person made any comment regarding my outfit or appearance. And if Frack is bothered by my decisions, well, too bad!
    2 points
  38. Mark Clift jumped out of the shower, grabbed a towel and dryed himself off. When he was dry, he reached over and grabbed a pair of panties off of the counter, slipped them on and pulled them up around his waist. After a quick shave, he walked into the closet and began searching through his dresses that were hanging there. A regular dress or one of the new sun dresses that he bought a couple of days ago. A regular dress: Pantyhose, pumps, a light jacket suited for the end of May weather. A Sun dress: Bare legs, polished toes and sandals. A light sweater incase it got cool. He wasn’t in the mood to take the time to shave his legs and polish his toenails this morning. So he chose an attractive light blue dress, tan pantyhose and a pair of classic white pumps with four inch heels 👠. He picked up his brassiere, put his breast forms into the cups and put it on. Next, he grabbed his pantyhose and struggle into them. Mark took a clean slip out of the drawer, pulled it over his head and adjusted it around his hip. Picking up his dress, he put it on. He slipped his feet into his white high heels. Just a hint of powder on his face and a thin layer of lipstick. He looked at his reflection in the mirror. Satisfied with his appearance, he picked up his jacket and headed out the door. He was heading to the coffee shop to meet his girlfriend. Sandy Brewer was a secretary and part time fashion model. She was performing at a fashion show when he met her. She was walking down the runway when one of her heels caught in a crack. She fell down,ripping her stockings and skinning her knee. Mark, a fashion show “Facilitator,“ rushed out and helped her get up. He helped her off of the runway to the dressing room where he called the doctor to come and fix her up. As she thanked him for coming to her aid, she realized that Mark was a man. What’s going on here? He was dressed as a woman, high heels and all. You are a man, she exclaimed. Yes, I am, he answered. Let the doctor see about you and then, when he’s finished, I will explain everything to you. Mark returned to work as the doctor looked after Sandy. After the show was finished, and everyone was leaving, Mark found Sandy and invited her to lunch where he promised to explain about him wearing women’s clothes. They walked down the block to a Deli, found a booth, ordered their lunch. As they began eating, he asked her if she she still wanted to know why he was dressed as a woman. She said that she was becoming more curious by the minute. She said that he was a very attractive woman, dressed as he was. Mark explain that he had been working for this fashion company for over four years when the owner sold it to competitor and retired. When Mark’s old boss asked about keeping him on, the director of the new company told him that that they only had women doing the job that I was doing. And, since I was a man, Iwould have to find work elsewhere. The new director, a woman, said she had a very good relationships with his former boss and when the sale of the Marks company was completed, his former boss again recommended that “we keep you on to work for us.” When I explained to him that we only had women in his position, my old boss told her to “put him in a dress.” The new director told me that they were willing to keep me on if I was willing to dress as a woman. After thinking about it for a couple of days, I agreed to take the job and work as a woman. I was confident that I could get them to amend their policy once I convinced them that I was worthy of keeping me employed. They continued their conversation for almost two more hours. Mark told Sandy that he had been working with this company for almost three years. It pays really well and I can live a life style that I love. He said that over the time has been dressing in women’s clothing, he has become so comfortable with living that way, he has almost forgotten how to act as a man. Sandy was enthralled listening to him. She had never experienced anything like this. She asked questions a how he lived and about his friends and other experiences and relationships that he had. As the conversation was winding down, Sandy realized that he wasn’t a transvestite or transgender, he was all man wearing women’s clothes to keep his well paying job. As she gathered her things together to return to her secretarial position, she asked him if she could come an visit him at his place? She was very curious to see how much of a woman he had become. Mark set a time and gave her his address. They exchanged telephone numbers and promised to stay in touch. With that, She stood up and left the store. (more to come)
    2 points
  39. I did something that I rarely do during warm weather. I wore actual enclosed shoes to church. I did so because as I posted in the New Shoes section, I bought some pumps specifically to wear to church (and maybe a few other places). I keep saying that I do not need any more shoes, but I bought two more pair last week. These Steve Madden pumps, and a pair of Frye wooden heeled sandals. Sometime I'll post the Fryes--they're kind of interesting, but I thought the coffee color of the pumps was really beautiful, and the lady offered to sell them for 20 bucks plus shipping. The rest of my outfit was based around the shoes. I often do that, but it was very particular on this Sunday, because I had decided to wear the shoes well in advance. So I picked out some earth-toney stuff I thought went with the coffee color, and then I realized, "Hey, wait a minute. . . It's Pentecost." To some of you, this will mean absolutely nothing. For others, you are chuckling to yourselves right now. Let's put it this way--the red tie is an add-on and an afterthought, but I think it works. I even got complemented on my tie. But not my shoes.
    2 points
  40. Passing through London today - along with a host of people (not me) going to Ascot. While heels may be slipping from favour in day to day circumstances they are clearly de rigueur when going to the races. Virtually ever racetrack bound woman was in heels, usually stilettos in heights ranging from kitten heels to about 4.5” - and more at the higher end than at the lower. Men and women were dressed immaculately- in bright colours and jaunty hats. A bright spot in the day
    1 point
  41. Nothing as dramatic as your siting but I've occasionally seen women wearing surprisingly high heels while walking dogs. Along local footpaths (decently surfaced) as well as in the street.
    1 point
  42. Sorry, I tried, but the app I used to use to resize photos now wants a subscription fee.
    1 point
  43. I like the pink and burgundy combo - very nice
    1 point
  44. Love showing my ignorance. I had never even heard the words "voire dire" until I watched one of my favorite movies: "My cousin Vinny"! The prosecutor questioned "Miss Vito's' general automotive knowledge, so he wanted to "voire dire" her. Love that movie, and Miss Vito had some great heels and booties also!
    1 point
  45. You're a rebel. Colors are vibrant.
    1 point
  46. I hear Kryptonite works great. It's kind of hard to find, though.
    1 point
  47. OK, well I can relate this to situations where I was the one getting the compliments on my boots. And, am afraid to admit, I was like a deer in the headlights, and ended up giving the same short/cold responses you encountered. Now that I have gained a little more confidence and courage, I love conversing with others when they compliment me. I oftentimes get the short responses you describe when I compliment a guy/gal in boots, but now understand why..
    1 point
  48. I certainly welcome the meanderings off topic. Your posts are always thoughtful and interesting. I too have looked at the stats from time to time and have noted the large numbers of guests relative to members. It would be nice if some joined and added their thoughts and voices to the threads although it may well be that many are looking more fetish oriented (There’s no shortage of places they can go for that) I too like the interaction with the regulars here - it’s why I stay
    1 point
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