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    So I have been reading all of the comments about wearing heels in public and how to do it and what to wear. I have been going to some low end box stores and wearing really long pants to hind my pumps. I really like to wear very thin stilettos. I feel the pants mostly hide them and I avoid people the best I can in the store and then make a dash for the door when it is clear. Look at my phone and go about my business. So this has been working, no confrontations or anything, not even sure if anyone notices. They sure do make a lot of noise as all of these stores have tile floors. So yesterday I went into a place that I have been to a few times. This time I have new black pants that come down perfectly to the bottom of my shoes. I decided to wear my Black Platform heels. They are rounded toe and very easy to walk in. I have attached photos. So I go in and have to walk by a greeter and I go to the shoe section to see if there is anything I can by for myself or my girlfriend. I have two ladies come by me and look at shoes and make conversation. I didn't thing anything of it, I did find a great pair of heels for my girlfriend and went and bought them. As I was leaving the greeter stopped me and shook my hand, he told me I had everyone in the store checking out my shoes. I didn't know what to say, I just shook his hand and said "thank you". The lady that was looking at shoes with me just said have a good day as I walked by her. Thinking back I wish I would have asked him to elaborate a little more. Was it a good think or a bad thing in their mind? I would love to know what they were thinking. Was I a really weird guy or just that I had crazy high heels on and I am a guy?? Any thoughts from you all? Have you been confronted? I have a few friends that know I do this and they have told me who cares what people think, just do your thing. It was a great feeling to say the least but left me wondering more. Your thoughts...
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    Just obtained these 3 new pairs of shoes from uk eBay (even tho came from China), still breaking them in (except the boots).
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    With nothing better to do (retired), I decided to get dressed and go shopping. I have a new black dress with a cowl neck I hadn't worn before and decided to give it a try. This dress is a knit of 61% silk,17% nylon,14% angora rabbit fur, 5% polyester and 3% metallic. It is a size medium which means it is a tight (and short) fit. I added the belt for looks and to keep the dress stretched down to a decent length. I paired it with black leggings and ankle boots but decided with a dress this nice I needed my best looking boots so I pulled on a pair of black OTK faux suede with 4" stiletto heels and that (in my humble opinion) completed the outfit. I added a gold bar necklace, took a deep breathe, and headed out the door. I thought this looked fancy enough to try adding gloves and maybe, with a wrap this would work, but not for the venues to which I was heading so I left the gloves at home. I walked into my favorite thrift store and got some "Hi"s and appreciative nods and smiles from the folks at the register. I wandered around and spotter a Keurig coffee maker for $8. I have always wanted to try that system but have been unwilling to make the initial investment. I also saw a pair of white jeans in a size 12 that I immediately thought would look good with OTK boots and especially the ones I was wearing. I took my finds to the register and suggested that I thought the white jeans would look good with the boots I was wearing and got an "Oh yeah, that will work" and then she continued, "We're going to have to take fashion lessons from you. You always look so good when you come in." I thanked her for the complement and headed out to my car. I also stopped at my least favorite thrift store and tried three pair of boots that alas were too small but I did find a white dress with black trim that looks like it is from the 60s and only needs a pair of go-go boots (mine have long since vanished) to complete the image, but I think it will work with my red OTK boots (pictures later). The last stop was Kroger (grocery) for some frozen yogurt and some Keurig coffee. When I got home I brewed a cup of coffee and I now understand why folks like it. It is strong enough to make hair grow on the bottom of your feet, but it sure is good. I pulled on the new jeans and my boots for a picture. The jeans are tight enough to almost make @w6ish happy and there is some fancy stitching on the hip pockets that would get me laughed off @mlroseplant's job site. All in all it was a fun outing.
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    I dont have a full body picture of what i wear but its just black long tee and denim skinny jeans when I bought these pretty strappy heels. Got a lot of odd looks and giggles but i just walk straight to the mall parking to my car and ignore them. (Thats the only time i got the chance to take these pictures. In addition i got the mary jane flats right before i got the strappy heels.
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    Hi all I have been reading forums on this website for sometime. Ive only just recently decided to join. I have been wearing heels secretly for about 4 years now. I only get to wear them when I am home alone (which unfortunately doesn't happen often) so I wear them during the night when everyone else is asleep. I like wearing my 4 - 6 inch heels, I have about 6 pairs (2 boots, 1 open and 3 closed toe). I would have more if I had the money, more time to wear them and if more shoes were in my size of womens US 12. I am already quiet tall (long legs) and young so there aren't many people that I can talk to and show my clothing style. Nowhere days the idea of gender and how its portrayed has begun to change (this website for example) so the ideas of gender and clothing is not black and white anymore. It is becoming more a spectrum rather than binary, which means that in the future men and women should be able to wear whatever they wish. These are a few of my shoes in my collection.
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    I always liked to look at high heels even as a kid. I can remember looking at the Sears catalogues and admiring the high heels. I never actually owned my first pair of heels until after my divorce from my first wife who never knew about my admiration for heels. Being by myself I decided to buy my first pair and see what it finally felt like to wear a pair of heels. They were a closed toe sandle, black with a heel cup and ankle strap. They were about 4.5" with a 1/2" platform. They felt fabulous and definitely thrilled me. My collection grew until I felt awkward and shameful, thus the collection was purged. I am very glad that I was honest and upfront with my present wife. Now we both have marvelous heel collections and we enjoy shoe shopping.
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    Just posted some new shots of a pair of black suede tassle boots I bought
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    Found another pair of pumps. Very basic compared to some of my other heels but nude platform pumps with a 6.5" heel will go with anything. And still are super sexy.
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    Fellow Heelers I found a site where I can purchase some really high heels for a minimal amount of money. These shoes are from AliExpress, Wonder Heels. They have a 7 1/2" high heel w/ a 1 3/4" plat. at the cost of $78.32, Free shipping. I can not wear them for extended periods due to the extreme heel height. Trust me, It is like being in training all over again. I wear a size 44 EUR. However, China makes these size 44's very tight. So, I reordered this shoe in a size 45 EUR. Still little snug but wearable. They are now suppose to be making a pair of Crotch high boots in size 46 EUR. for me. Baby steps. I am standing in a Meijer grocery store in this photo. OK - Cat , you and Extremeheels can eat your heart out. Love these shoes. Now I have a surplus in this shoe. For those who wear extreme high heels and can wear a very small size 44 EUR. Black patent, let me know. spikesmike
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    For me I just like wearing gals shoes, have since I was a teen. Early on, i decided that if I was going to spend money on gals shoes, why restrict wearing them inside or on a dark street at night? I might as well enjoy wearing the shoes all the time. When I made the "jump" to wearing gals heels about 20+ years ago I just continued that trend and wore my heels - along with my flats - publicly. Some folks notice, some comment, but most of the time folks don't notice or care that much... Have fun..... sf
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    For me it's not about a man wearing women's shoes, fashion is gender neutral, anyone can wear anything, if anybody asks why I'm wearing women's shoes or boots i always reply I'm not, i tell them these are mine, if they were women's then a woman would be wearing them, let's all be who we want to be and wear what we want to wear, women don't have a problem wearing jeans, sweatshirts, trainers etc so why should it be a problem if men want to wear heels or even dresses or skirts, as it's already been mentioned, we are not breaking any laws, if people don't like it then they don't have to wear it, it's individual choices at the end of the day
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    I usually work around at home with a 5 or 6 inch heel but a 1-2 each platform (see pics). I got some 4 inch boots that are nice to wear on colder days. From what I can see gender is changing from the old binary view to a broader range, more like a spectrum. It has begun to change but it will take more time, whether it be in my life time or the next generation.
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    AJ First, that is a great combination, very powerful.... Next, I will tell you not to be so hard on yourself, and give yourself some credit for being courageous and confident. I have been in the same position once or twice I guess, kind of like a "deer in the headlights" after receiving a compliment. Look at all you have accomplished, and accept the fact that people are actually complimenting you! I'm sure you will engage more after receiving your next compliment. Trust me, the greeter was paying you a compliment. He would have said nothing if he felt you were strange or customers were poking fun at you.
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    OK, well my story isn't quite as interesting, but it sure felt great to me..... Several years ago, I met a boot guy online that lived on the west coast of the US. After a few emails, and phone calls, he agreed to meet me when I had a long layover in his city. "Joe" met me at my hotel, he was a good looking tall fellow with nice long legs, and he wore great knee high black boots with 5" heels, over his jeans. This particular city is a fairly progressive place, so I was not worried about being heckled or attacked. In any event, we walked all around the city, from bar to bar in our boots. This fellow had no problem walking a quite a good clip in 5" heels, I had trouble keeping up. It was so cool, because most of the time, I was not even focusing (worrying) about wearing boots, I can honestly say I forgot about it a few times. I remember going into one bar, it was full of rugby players that must have been celebrating a victory. Needless to say, I was quite self conscious being around these rough characters wearing 5" boots, even if mine were under my levis. We chatted with a few of the players, none even mentioned our boots, I was able to quit obsessing about it after a half hour or so.... I can honestly say, this was one of the best times I have ever had...And yeah, we were wearing stiletto boots, not cowboy boots, but this is the only story I can come up with.
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    Speaking of anime characters who wear nice heels, I give you Sailor Mars from Sailor Moon with her gorgeous red pumps:
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    Hey all, here's a terrible mirror shot of my new Jeffrey Campbell Lita spike ankle boots! I had to roll up my jeans too, as it's impossible to find a skinny pair in my size. Size UK 11 ish, EU 44 from Zalando online. Unfortunately the box they came in is in bad shape, currently trying to get their support to knock a bit off.
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    Love this skirt - looks great on you!
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    had the afternoon off and thought i would go down memory lane here on hhplace. i found this gem: "i fell off my white double buckle beauties on a main street, in front of hundreds of people... my wife and girlfriend were there and helped me off the pavement. i stepped in a small pothole with my right platform and down i went. that is what you get for not watching where you are going. it was the most embarrassing high heel experience i have had!" from way back in 2004. i remember it well! down i went and the gals said i went down like a gazelle. (that wasn't the end of my wipe outs but it was definitely one of the top 5 in my high heeling experiences!) what struck me more though was this response: "Wow! Some people are really lucky. Not only do they get to wear their heels out in public in front of hundreds of people, they have both their girlfriend and wife help him up when he falls off of his high heels....WoW!!!! (My wife would push me off of my heels and shoot both me and my girlfriend while she was helping me to my feet. :rofl: )" ha ha!!! that's fun stuff! well some of us don't live by those rules! as my lovely wife would say: anyone who wears 6 inch heels is definitely going a bit further. said "double buckle beauties", from all those years ago! sweet hhplace! such memories!
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    AJ777, You had the courage and confidence to wear what you wanted and where you wanted to wear it. All your future success and confidence builds from this experience and this moment. I'm not sure any "lesson" was lost since you still got a positive interaction. Many noticed and one person took the time to pass on your shoes were noticed. Many have said before if you will be noticed but are either unaware or unaffected by it because there was no meaningful effect on your day's or night's activities. What people notice on your feet, body, or elsewhere is a completely normal result of being out in public. To the extent any of this background effect matters is entirely up to you. You had the confidence of character to dress the way you wanted BEFORE the encounter by the store greeter so what has really changed now? Nothing really important. You have now a piece of useful information which should actually help reinforce your confidence. You did what you wanted and the Earth did not rotate off its axis. I have said whatever one does is best executed, and ultimately admired, when it carried out with confidence. You may have already know that subconsciously and now you know it tangibly. That's a good thing. Keep striding, keep moving, and keep your head held high. And don't hide your heels as your money and patronage are just as good as anyone else's. HappyinHeels
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    I went to a community jam session last night wearing a turtleneck, jeans and black OTK boots with 4" block heels. These boots in black. These folks see me in boots every month so no one even seemed to notice. I did a solo open mike, standing in front of the group, and performed a set with several friends. I had folks tell me they liked my music form the open mike, and they liked my cello (which wasn't that good but it was different). Folks commented that they liked my guitar and at the end of the evening three fiddle players gathered around and I played cello (bluegrass gospel string quartet ), but no one said a word about my boots. Although it's nice to get a "nice boots" complement, it's also nice to go out and have the world (small world) accept you. I had a great time.
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    Oh man, I cannot find this style on the web, it's from DSQUARED2 men's 2017 collection. Wow if I saw a guy wearing these be prepared to be followed. lol
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    I suspect these are women's boots but I totally love them and would very happily wear...The 4 inch heels would be lovely to walk in!
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    Hi! I wanna tell you How I like so much black round toe boots. I am gonna show you many models from pictures I had seen I like. Here are my actual black boots I had got from a store in Quebec city. The store`s name is : Club Chaussures. But the real brand it is from Reflexan Laufkomfort. The name of the model is 28-Margo or 11C-303 for 109,95$. Size 9. I wear them wiith ratine insole. The square heel makes pretty sounds Another style I like I don`t have it but you can find it on eBay or 6pm or elsewhere. Nine West Noureen. That kind of boots is discontinued from stores but they are online. http://www.6pm.com/p/nine-west-noureen-3-black-synthetic/product/8420683/color/973 Look at the round toe which is is very nice! Here is anothermodel I like. I still don`t have it. It is again from Nine West and discontinued. Nine West Navita So So much PRETTY!!!!! Those three kind of boots I like the most!!!! But the two last are hard to find in size 9. I would have to register an account on usadress.com and pay more because the nine size are stored and shipped only in USA.
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    My latest New Look pumps - uploaded to a new album. Thanks!
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    Really cool heels, I've tried a similar pair of these on once but didn't buy unfortunately
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    Cannot tell you why, just liked girls shoes since I first went to school, in my first class was a girl in a pair of red sandals, wondered why can't I wear a pair like that, I was 4or 5 years old been into girls shoes since then, wish I knew why. 60 years later still wearing them.
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    What you wear is an extension and presentation of yourself. I have a friend that likes to wear pokemon stocking caps complete with ears etc. Do people look at him because of it? yep...he doesn't care and probably likes it a bit at times. Nothing tells us we have to fit in any norm of gender presentation, you can dress slightly feminine, slightly masculine or change it up every day. Nobody will stop you and it is your right.
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    I am SO addicted to high heels. I love seeing my girlfriend in them. It never gets old. Whether we are out on the town or shes wearing them with lingerie or nothing at all. My problem is I've been wearing high heels in private for over 20 years now and I'm DYING to tell her in hopes that we can share them together in private. How do I tell her? Any advice?!
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    Tingles? Yep, still get them with the right heels!
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    This is a neat thread to see everyone's motivations and how things started. The human mind is a splendid thing. When i first started to try on and then buy women's shoes it was to feel more feminine and from that feeling comes a "centered" feeling that i later learned was me dealing in the right way with gender dysphoria. It never excited me in any sort of intimate or fetish way. Learning to walk in higher heels to me seemed elegant and it forced me to adopt a more girlish walk as well. Lots of men have attraction to feet, so it would make sense that footwear fits into that also. I never saw feet as anything more than another lovely part of the wondrous human body, worthy of massage or a kiss or two (men and women included) but nothing more than that. To some people footwear, stockings and just clothes in general seem to stimulate a sort of primal area of the brain that generates pretty intense feelings. Totally interesting.
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    Since Lucy and Josh started dating 3 weeks ago, everything had been going well. They were a very attractive couple, got on well, enjoyed a drink and a laugh, in bed they were both very physical and compatible. Both liked the other looking hot, Lucy had been quite controlling however as to what her previous boyfriends should wear, and had started applying this principle to Josh. She also didn't like him mixing with friends who were uncouth or ribald as some of his ex public school mates could be. On the sartorial front, although Josh as an Alpha male was mainly in charge, Lucy made a point of letting him know to be seen with her he had to look good. Therefore, in practice, she liked the 20 year old in crisp, cream shirts, smart jackets and sometimes even leather trousers. Jeans were also fine, providing smart and top branded. Josh was himself, vain and narcissistic, enjoying dressing up and admiring himself, especially when it pleased his partner and meant more fun in bed. Josh, for his part liked Lucy in nice lingerie, heels and full make up, having been used to escorting glamorous young ladies, he expected this in a partner. Lucy had taken a shine to her boyfriend wearing boots as we saw last time, the 2 pairs of cowboy boots he already owned were in constant use. Having been used to woo many a pretty blonde over the past year or so, as a result he was used to having a bit of extra height in his Cuban heels when dating girls. The fact was Lucy was used to sporty, hunky rugby types, both to escort her and please her in bed. She certainly liked her men to be a bit taller than her. Vain and image conscious the 5'5 inch blonde often wore heels herself, favouring in particular racy, over the knee suede boots, meaning she was often the same height as her 5'6 inch boyfriend if even in a modest pair of 2 inch stilettoes. Josh Harrington didn't quite measure up in the height department, an issue he'd had with other girlfriends, which had lead to him favouring wearing high heels when dating. Lucy encpuraged him in this, as a result much like a vain girl, the handsome, arrogant playboy often had sore, swollen feet after strutting around for a few hours in the nightspots of West London. 'Baby I was thinking, you wear your boots so much these days...maybe you could do with a new pair, why don't we go to that specialist store in the Kings Road? What do you think?' 'Sure, I guess these tan ones are getting a bit tatty' he replied.
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    I have been posting pictures of my footwear placed on top of my washing machine for several years now. I had no idea that it caused such controversy! Here is my thinking: I get new shoes. I think, "I should post some pictures on HHP! People seem to enjoy that to some degree or other." Usually, it is dark outside when I have time. There is really no suitable place inside my house to take a shoe photograph without going to some deal of trouble. So I plop them on the washing machine, which is very near where I store all of my shoes, snap a couple shots with my iPhone, and upload them. It just so happens that there is a cobweb encrusted pipe behind the washing machine. I could go to more trouble, but I know that I won't, to say nothing of the fact that then I'd have to explain to my wife why I am spending a good deal of time photographing my shoes instead of doing something rather more useful. So I have come to accept the fact that it's either the washing machine or nothing. I am more than somewhat amused by this whole discussion.
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    I have to be honest and say 4 inch is comfortable for me but also about my limit now, think age must be catching up with me, i used to go higher but now don't see the point if you're not comfortable, you will draw negative attention to yourself if you're struggling in your heels, to pull it off you need to be comfortable and confident with your walk
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    Jura, I Used to work at O'Hare Airport in Chicago and saw passports from every nation except Bhutan and noticed the number of Europeans wanting to drive the old US66. I'm old enough to remember the actual signs as my mother was from a US66 town (Springfield, IL). If you're starting in Santa Monica, CA where the "Mother Road" actually ends then visit the pier there. Also check out all the shoe shops on Santa Monica Boulevard in Hollywood. Lots of skyhigh heels there and other oddities. The other end is anchored by the City of Chicago and the birthplace of the skyscraper. The road is about 2,200 miles/3,300 km in length and crosses a variety of terrain and climate zones. What I remember Europeans commenting on the most was the sheer size of the U.S. Where they measured distances in a few hours and a few hundred kilometres becomes days and thousands of kilometres in the U.S.There are bigger countries like Canada and Russia but it's the scope of the interstate highway system which allows access to every corner of the 3,150,000 square miles (8,127,000 square kilometres) which is the contiguous 48 states. Alaska and Hawaii are special cases. I have driven the length of the North American continent est to west several times and have gotten tired of it but never cease to be amazed at the enormous size of it. I know of nowhere else in the world where one can start driving just after the sun rises and drive an entire day stopping just after sunset and have travelled 1,000 miles (1,610 km). This is possible where travel over great distances is absolutely seamless. Make sure you stop in Flagstaff, Arizona where I own a piece of land near the San Francisco Peaks or the highest point in the state. The views are amazing and the smell of pine in the air is evident the moment you open your car door. Enjoy your trip and feel free to ask more questions about any state along the way. HappyinHeels
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    Headed out to McDs for a quick coffee n breakky. Walked out of hotel 2 block there n back again. got some looks.
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    Honestly you should feel out her thoughts by showing something like ax commercial of last year or see her reaction to internet images show men wearing heels in less provocative or over the top ways. If you're into full x-dress then you're in for a much deeper conversation. Myself, when I first met my wife and 2 previous girlfriends I mentioned it very early on, none seemed to mind. The one I altimately married thought it was sexy.
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    6 1/2 - 7 inches!
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    6-6 1/2 inches
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    that 3rd pair is more my style. there is just no way i'm going to wear anything lower than a 6 inch heel. now i will admit my white 7.5 inch heels are extreme so here is a short video of me in my more conservative heels, just to show you i'm not completely crazy. a fun and simple fashion too: dark blue skinny jeans, black ankle nylons doubled up, my black Daelyn 6 inch heels from Jessica Simpson. on top, a black t shirt trimmed off at the waist and a high cut jacket. casual! and it works.
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    You need to be completely honest and open with her. Otherwise you'll end up building a web of falsehood and lies and ultimately fall through it and damage your relations. Don't fall into the trap of trying to manipulate her into doing something she's not comfortable with. Just ask. If all of you chaps stuck to these basic rules then the world would be so much better for it.
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    great choice on the white jeans, the snug fit looks great, so do the boots....
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    Name: .... Age: 24 Gender: Male but biromantic (attracted to female but open with sex) Location: Perth , Western Australia Occupation: working on it... Height: 6'4 Weight: fit and healthy Shoe size: 12us (~28 cm) What's your favourite heel style: Stiletto What's your favourite shoe style: Ankle boots Do you wear your heels outside: Only in a closed part of my backyard What is Your favourite heel height: 4-6 inches Your highest heel height: 6 inches How often do you wear: Whenever I am home alone or at night (indoors) Anything else you wished to add: Currently own like 6 pairs and one foot is bigger then the other
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    Thanks Buddy for reminding me that, that doggone floor gets further away every day.......
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    Ah yes, the old creaky back. I have had some quite severe back troubles in the past, and as they come back to haunt me I find that there are mornings when bending over to tie laces can be trying indeed. Happily for me I am a fan of OTK boots. One lovely thing I have discovered about the pull-on variety of these boots is that they provide a wonderful way of getting around this painful early morning routine of putting on footwear - from a sitting position, one merely holds the top of the boot between thumb and forefinger, tosses the main body of the boot out in front of you, and then you slide your foot and leg down into the shaft. Repeat with other boot. Then stand up. You're good to go. No need for any painful bending or lacing. Perfect. I'm seeing a big market here for pull-on OTK boots for ageing baby boomers of both sexes....
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    Let me re boot the thread then. HaHa at airport waiting on flight. A week in Canberra on course. Wearing my Jo Mercer long boots, 8cm block heel im fairly sure ive packed too many heels. Will have to share lots of pics to make the trip worthwhile James
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    Back in the day when i dressed more androgynous, people looked quizzically at my shoes/boots all the time. In the summer in sandals they looked at the color on my toes too. Was this a guy? yes? why is he wearing women's shoes? are those women's shoes? Is he one of those people? (queue whatever prejudice they could mentally come up with quickly). Rarely did anyone ever say anything. The only negative responses were a mean looks. Usually i just smiled at them. Positive responses included things like "nice boots" etc. One time in mid summer i was traveling from the Salt Lake City airport home and going through security i was wearing women's jeans, women's sandals and a man's t-shirt. The sandals had to go on the belt and while i am in the queue for the scanner, the lady next to me nudged her friend and pointed at my very light blue painted toes. I caught her doing that and smiled to which she replied " that is really awesome" i said thanks and she asked, " is that a canary blue color? " i was like...yes i think so and i think i told her Revlon 904 or something like that and we chatted a bit more. Once people get use to seeing people dress a bit non-mainstream they are actually pretty nice about it.
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    Name: Graham, Age: 51, Gender :Male, Location : Manchester, England, Occupation: Employed, Height: 1.63 mts, Weight: 85 Kilos, Shoe size: 10 Uk, What's your favourite heel style: Stiletto, Block & cuban, What's your favourite shoe style: Mary Janes, knee length boots, Do you wear your heels outside: yes, What is: (a) Your favourite heel height: 4-5 inch ( Your highest heel height: 4.5 inch, How often do you wear: On my rota days off, Do you wear socks, hose, stockings or bare feet with your shoes:All 3, but mainly Hold ups, Anything else you wish to add: It all started when i was 4 or 5, with a pair of my mums old shoes, white with metal heel and toe tips, oh the noise they made, when i started work in 1979, i started buying from Freeman, Hardy & Willis, yes, you guessed it, stiletto heels with round metal heel tips, today i just use charity shops if possible, i have tried to give up on heels, but the urge is over powering not to have a pair around !