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  1. Some weeks ago our local newspaper found out, that the designer of CROSS SWORD (https://cross-sword.com/) is located in Mainz (Rhineland-Palatine/ Frankfurt-Area) and issued a home story, including a video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=smFpiuCGJ3c. Some days later, another jounalist from the dpa (German Press Agency) contacted me via the forum ("Men-on-high-heels.de"), to arrange an interview. I agreed and had a nice discussion, they took some pics... and last Monday they issued the article. More than 30 newspapers and radio stations took over the issued article, including the pics
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  2. what a great situation when you have to explain to people why you AREN'T WEARING YOUR HIGH HEELS this would be great fun indeed Malinheels
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  3. Pretty cool! I would agree that in the beginning it takes courage for a man to wear heels in public, but, in time, it becomes second nature and no big deal at all.
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  4. I was sitting at the bar waiting for a burger. Was chatting with a guy when I “accidentally” bumped his leg with my boot heel. He looked down and exclaimed. Nice boots man! Not much of a compliment but I’ll take it!
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  5. Thank you for these words of wisdom. I have started to realize that I feel really comfortable in heels, and am not really looking at them as women's shoes any more. They're "just" shoes... As such, my comfort level has gone up when wearing them out. --------- OUTING: A few days ago I had a bit of time, and a huge itching, to go someplace in heels. Ended up in my usual outfit, dark blue jeans and a black jacket, but then the debate became the shoes... Which should I wear? Do I feel somewhat shy, in which case maybe my new 4" wedge booties, or a bit riskier and wear a non-wedge heeled
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  6. Got these of eBay worn once, 7 inch pencil heel, not for long walks but feel so good to wear!
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  7. I am questioned on the rare occasions I don't have heels on at work. I am expected to have heels.
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  8. I am two weeks late, but a men in heels thread on r/MFA received some pretty good response! Seems there continues to be more guys even outside of HHP that want to wear heels. Here is an interesting thought: ”Just a few years ago, men wearing skinny jeans or showing bare ankle was seen as “gay” or whatever, and those connotations are completely gone now. Why do you think that happened, and do you see that happening in the future with high heels?”
    1 point
  9. Now you are EXPECTED to wear high heels.
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  10. They are a pleasure for so long, when you first slip them on they are amazing, and I love the way they look, thanks for your nice comment
    1 point
  11. My work Halloween costume worn from 6 am to 9 pm The vegan leather skirt was warmer than I expected, even hot at times. Since it was a tight skirt, driving was different as well.
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  12. Cali, I wear women's leather pants. I also have faux leather leggings. Very sexy looking. I'm looking at getting a pair of Hue Body Gloss leggings.https://www.hue.com/women/shop-leggings/fashion-leggings/body-gloss-leggings-black.htm I saw a woman wearing a pair of them , at my dentist's office. I told her how nice they looked on her . She said she got them from Hue and thanked me for the compliment. Happy Heeling, bluejay
    1 point
  13. I bought a pair of Miguel Jones boots . I wanted them with a few modifications . when i received the parcel , i was speechless !! Miguel made me a pair of unique boots !!! contrasting color heels , inside full lenght zipper , rubber soles , square toes .
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  14. Cali is so well-established in his corner of the world that he may actually ANGER people by not wearing his heels. Sort of like a person brews really tasty coffee and people come to expect it. People are expecting to be entertained by whatever Cali has on his feet so I imagine does not want to disappoint them. HinH
    1 point



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