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  1. I say the same thing about cowBOY boots too. Higher heels don’t automatically make them cowgirl boots...
    4 points
  2. Yes, I agree that the basic loafer remains very much a male shoe (and a favourite of mine). What I meant was that women 'borrowed' that style and often embellished it (with heels etc) to suit their purposes and we, in turn, should be able to steal them back in their embellished form, heels and all. Loafers are (imho) one of the few styles that still look good with a thicker, often stacked, heel (and a small platform if present) - making them much more acceptable for male wear than, say, a stiletto court.
    3 points
  3. @maninpumps in just a few more years you could join "60 over 60", over the age of 60 with at least 60 pairs of heels.
    2 points
  4. I do find that things have changed in the last 10 years. I don't get nearly the attention I did when I first started wearing heels in public, even though my heels today are far more daring than they were back then. Before 2015, phones were out when I walked by! I'm very surprised I have never found myself on the internet somewhere. Today, I might get a few glances, I might even get a few grimaces, but nobody bothers to whip their phone out anymore.
    2 points
  5. Let me state in no uncertain terms I am glad I am "off the market" permanently. I had enough trouble dealing with the dating scene back in the day, I don't expect I will ever be there again, no matter what life throws at me. Having said that, I do wonder how my women high heel supporters, of whom there are several, would actually deal with me if I were their man. Particularly the young lady, not yet 30 years old, who told me "I really don't think you are too unusual, I don't see a problem with it." Would she accept me, or someone like me, as her man? Who knows? The one female supporter I know
    2 points
  6. if they heard me coming than they would have heard me coming!
    2 points
  7. Ideally, you would want to find a partner who feels you are attractive in heels, and appreciates your confidence and that you are comfortable with yourself sexually and not worried about societal BS. To me, a guy with these qualities is very masculine indeed. I guess this is "utopian" thinking, but it would be great. Most of us will have to make some concessions in reality. So, in some cases, we may be better off just getting old with our dogs/cats and heels... We know our pets don't judge.
    2 points
  8. I remember the first time that I went out wearing 4” stiletto heels, vs. the 4” chunky/block heels that I had been wearing out, up to that point. The only real “difference”, was that of which was in my own mind. I was wearing lengthy boot cut jeans, which covered much of the tall, thin heel, however, whenever I walked past a shop window, I could see that a portion of the stiletto heel was still very much visible. In other words, the jeans helped cover them to an extent, but the combination of movement, the high heel “clicking sound” on the pavement, and the obviously pointed toes, clearly gave
    2 points
  9. That was my first thought, just a slightly different melt rate. I also saw a pair of heels in Costco the other day, though like your sighting, they were relatively tame. A pair of Michael Kors black patent leather loafers with about a 3.5" chunky heel, like these. I recognize them as I have desired a pair for myself, but the size 11 runs rather small and were too tight on me, and that is the largest size. Anyway, the lady wearing them had paired them with black leggings and sheer black nylons. She looked quite nice in them.
    2 points
  10. Classic style but with a little bling.
    1 point
  11. I must say that outfit is rather eye catching!
    1 point
  12. I’m speaking from the experiences that I have had, with dating women. Others may have had different experiences. There are many different opinions on how women will react to men in heels, or what women are “screening for”, based on the experiences we’ve each had. I’ve been very fortunate, in that I’ve had the opportunity to date many women over the years, who have been very open to me wearing heels. It’s more of a function of the fact, that I “screen” for women who like heels, and don’t waste my time with those who don’t. I come at the whole issue, from a place of abundance, rather than one of
    1 point
  13. OThe old saying that life is a crap shoot is really true. There is absolutely nothing more complicated than a relationship between two people. There are about one hundred and thirty seven billion men and women in this world and one hundred and thirty seven trillion ways longterm committed relationships can unravel. What’s acceptable this morning can be be totally infuriating and world destructively irritating shortly after 12 pm the same day. Reasons for dissolving this togetherness are as many and varied as there are relationships. Our archives are loaded with stories from heels wearing
    1 point
  14. This is an easy, clear answer... NO! I won’t get involved with a woman who is “against” my heel wearing, or who places any sort of arbitrary restrictions or limitations on where or when I wear them, period! I get the issue out in the open, very early on, usually by the first date. If they are not accepting of it, there is no second date! Life is too short, to be shackled by the notion, that a woman who would never in a million years, accept a guy telling her she can’t wear makeup, or have the type of purse she likes, or whatever, but that it’s okay for her to say, “sorry honey, I don’t m
    1 point
  15. so here is how boring things can get during a pandemic when all your friends are hiding out and won't visit! i got dolled up in my fun jeans, black leather jacket and my black boots with the 6 inch heels and went out for a walk down the city streets alone: with no particular place to go! this was a few nights ago and the streets were indeed: empty! lame.... my September selfie, could have been taken the other night and been my December Pandemic selfie. i sure hope things turn around in the new year!
    1 point
  16. Hello everyone, I am new to forum and was a small-time lurker. I decided to post as I am trying to build my confidence and understand myself a bit more. First let me tell you all about about myself. I am 32 and male. I struggled with gender identity throughout my life and still do to this day. One thing I can say for certain is that I do enjoy wearing feminine clothing and heels while in the comfort of home. I am actually married to a wonderful woman who actually accepts and does not mind. Everyone on her side of the family knows and has seen me in heels. The problem is to t
    1 point
  17. No business trip at the moment because of that virus. So a short publicity heeling in order to keep on training i have been to a sport shop for some small flashlights,then took some gas at the station and ended up with 2 books from the bookshop. Here is the outfits I wanted to try from a while. The city is a small city ,could say in the middle of nowhere. I thought the“local people”there could be very surprised. Not at all.
    1 point



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