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  1. loverleather , Sorry to say that you are just going to have to keep scouring those stores/websites as your size is going to be tough to find. Best of luck to you!
  2. Nice styles. Unfortunately, doesn't appear to be much larger than size 10.
  3. Round or almond toe pumps or boots with no platform and at least 4” stiletto heel. - Jessica Simpson has a style called Calie. Link- https://www.zappos.com/jessica-simpson-calie Closed toe wedges with no platform and a heel at least 4”. - Nine West has a style called Totheflo. Link- https://www.amazon.com/Nine-West-Womens-Totheflo-Wedge/dp/B008AQXNV4
  4. Sooo Bubba136, Please share (if you care to) your adventures wearing 6” heels at Belmont Park racetrack in New York.
  5. I've usually waited until I was sure this relationship was solid and had a good chance of ending up in marriage. Then I'd tell her that I had something personal to share with her, set up a time (have a few beers or shots), and tel her. Yes, there are questions. Disbelief, wonder, amazement. But fortunately for me, none of them dumped me after my "confession". And when the relationship ended, it had nothing to do with the heels. Funny, one ex girlfriend told me after that things were going so well, that she was "waiting for the other shoe to drop". Little did she know that it was literally a shoe (actually many pairs)! LOL!!
  6. I read an article where John Fluevog was asked why he made shoes that were bad for women's feet. Supposedly he replied with something like, "Because it is so good for their heads!"
  7. Balletboot, I've been gone a while and and was trying to catch up on what others had to say which resulted in me doing a lot of skimming, so what I say may have been covered. Obviously, your SO wasn't comfortable at all with you wearing heels publicly. Not sure how she feel about you wearing them when both are home. But you definitely pushed the envelope WAY too far for her. Perhaps a better option would be to ask her ahead of time if she minded if you wore them under long pants that cover most, if not all of the heel. Doing it ahead of time, puts her in control and may open up the door to some discussion about you wearing heels. Even if she says no, I think the blowup caused by the surprise would have been avoided. Comments?
  8. If you decide to try Gorilla glue, you'll have to watch it while it dries as it expands.
  9. I'd wonder how sturdy the 3D printed footwear would be.
  10. Isn't fashion a 20 year cycle? I remember some fairly outrageous platform shoes in the late 70's and 80's that came back around Y2K. They'll be back. Just a matter of time. The higher heels never completely go away. It just falls a little from grace.
  11. Sad to say, harassment. like a lot of things is in the eye of the beholder. At a previous employer, there was a woman who could be quite "crass". Once I heard she was out sick and upon seeing her at work inquired as to how she was doing. She replied something to the effect of, "... I'm back up on my hands and knees...". I was stunned and didn't say anything. Another time I was talking to the supervisor of the switchboard (yes, it was that LONG time ago) for a then Fortune 500 company. The supervisor was female as was just about all of the employees. Her supervisor, a male, happened to pass by and somehow joined the conversation during which he made the comment, ".. that's my hen house..." . I was shocked! After he went on his way, the supervisor remarked on how companies lose sexual harassment lawsuits!
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