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  1. I’ll throw a couple of pennies at this. My wife of 6 years is amazing, hands down. From around the time we started dating, I told her of my desire to wear heels, and she has not only been accepting, but encouraging at that. This to me was quite the shocker considering she comes from a Midwest Christian family, because my assumptions were that they could be some of the most judgmental people out there. I’m so glad I was wrong about that! Prior to that, however, I was in an emotionally abusive relationship. One that made me consider getting rid of my heels and wiping out “who I was” because she was convinced there was something wrong with me for being into heels. It is in those rough times that if we make it past them, we can learn to love ourselves. I think my ex had insecurities which somehow were enhanced by my desire to wear heels, perhaps because I wasn’t manly enough. Who knows, I never tried to figure it out. But what I’ve learned is that wearing heels is part of who I am, and that’s not going to change. My wife accepts me for it, and she loves the shoes she gets because of it. Now, if something happened, and God forbid we weren’t together, I would not give up my heels for another relationship. With a capital Hell No. But, if medically I somehow needed to give up heels in order to maintain my health or be able to remain physically active and play with my kids, then that’s a different story.
    2 points
  2. It has been a while since we visited this thread, but as the Dude said in The Big Lebowski, "New shit has come to light." Actually, it hasn't, in many ways it's the same old shit, it's just being told in a different way, from a different source. Number One, and this is the old news, evidently my wife likes me rather better than I thought, and better than I deserve. It continues to be the high heel thing, and she's basically given up bothering to protest anymore, but still objects to me wearing them. Number Two, the actual new news was a little bit harder to hear, and yet is simultaneously far less important. I mentioned elsewhere that I recently spent a fair amount of time with a young lady I've known for about 7 years. This is how I came to know about my wife's true feelings. Girls will talk, and especially when they share a common mother tongue. What I did not expect expect to hear is that this young lady told me that if she were in a relationship with me, she'd also have a problem with the heels. The fact that she even entertained a hypothetical is somewhat flattering, but what really bothers me is, this is the same young lady who has been telling me, unsolicited, for years that she likes my style, and that she doesn't feel there is anything terribly unusual or weird about me. She has said things to me in the past like, "Oh, I think it's quite normal these days." And now to come to find out that, in the end, nope, I'm not really truly acceptable. Of course, none of this really matters one iota. I am obviously not seeking a relationship with a 25 year old girl, but out of all the people I know, with possibly one exception, I figure she'd be the most likely to truly accept me. Evidently not. I wonder how many of my other women friends secretly feel the same way. To bring some humor to this somewhat dark story, she didn't say it would be an absolute deal breaker, only that she'd have a problem with it. I have a problem with the fact that she wears Crocs all the time, and I told her so! But she gets to laugh that one off. I doubt her Crocs are a deal breaker for many guys. I don't really get to laugh her comments off. I will reiterate that I am super glad I'm not "on the market" anymore.
    2 points
  3. Hopefully going sleeveless every now and then will help reduce the farmer’s tan this year.
    2 points
  4. i'm still over here and seeing a great many things! like yesterday at the train station i saw a gal wearing "clogs". they had a decent looking heel and platform, were all black, with a black vamp. i couldn't take my eyes off them and she caught me staring and so asked me: do you like them? i said i LOVED them! and had to ask what brand are they? Kiara, 13 cm heel, 4 cm platform. i wear nothing lower than 15 cm but i could see myself wearing these amazing looking Kiara heels. hmmm...
    1 point
  5. Nice StockingTop! Happy Heeling, bluejay
    1 point
  6. Posted in the Binging tpis as well, 3 pair of the same heels from Hey Si Mey. Cant get over how well balanced this brand is, heels not being all the way back is such a plus. These look a bit further back but it's really due to the 14cm height. Without a doubt my maximum elevation on a single soled pump. Have worn the red pair to run a few errands, much smaller steps than even my 13cm pumps. That last little bit makes a huge difference in stride. These are at the max for me.
    1 point
  7. Seems we had a question not unlike this one asked awhile back . To be honest , I told my wife while we were dating my love of wearing and collecting heels . I told her before we went any farther in our relationship I was head over heels for her ...... pun intended . It was my intention at that point in our relationship we get all the cards on the table . I figured if she couldn't take me as I was we would never make it . My ghost needed to be out of the closet as did hers . The next week I asked her folks for their blessing and purchased her an engagement ring . That was 24 years ago and we are still going strong . The only issue she has complained about is how many heels I have that I don't wear anymore . For the most part , I have taken care of that issue for the time being . We all know how heels tend to accumulate over time so , this issue will reappear at some point . So , to answer the question would be NO , 24 years ago ! But , circumstances change , today I would have to ditch my heels for her , she is my life as are my children .
    1 point
  8. They also enjoy some colour:
    1 point
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