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Chorlini

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Chorlini last won the day on April 27

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  1. If they left the keys in they obviously wanted you to take it for a spin. What possible explanation could there be?
  2. People still work from home? My employer still allows it, the university I work at is more catholic then the pope in that regard, but he still wants me to be in the office 50% of the time and most people are back at their workplace fulltime. And whenever I am in traffic in rush hour it's worse then before covid.
  3. I miss the days when we were just a small community of men and women who like to wear heels. Now the crazies are moving in in force and we better gatekeep the sh*t out of our community or we will go down with the Titanic with them.
  4. I doubt that Louis XIV would wear a pair of So Kate's if he had them in his day. They would look too unmasculine. Which is saying a lot considering the fashion of that age.
  5. I wear nothing below 11cm, preferably between 12 and 14cm, only at home. Sadly I have not worn much lately. I had sprained my ankle and anything requiring ankle flexibility hurt too much for me to wear any heels. Took me months to get healed and now I'm kinda out of the habit. The hot weather didn't help either. Then again I often have bouts where I rarely wear heels for a while. In the end it will come back. It always does.
  6. No, first time I check them out. I usually tend to ignore webstores like these as they barely tend to have anything over 4". Now I am intrigued.
  7. It is not the promised land we have reached, but gender confused crazy land. As a side effect that means more choice in high heeled footwear and some acceptance wearing them in public. On the downside that means we are alphabet cult adjacent. And that may not be a place we want to be associated with. Especially when the MAP's get in.
  8. I've ordered a pair of those recently. The biggest thing I had to beware of is the sizing, as a size UK9 is not a size EU43 but EU42. So I got a wide UK10 instead. And even that one is tight.
  9. I agree. When it was still called beige it was a so and so color. Now that it's being called nude it's suddenly as essential as black and I have quite the number of pairs myself.
  10. Chorlini

    Flats

    Ballerina flats are my go to slippers. If only because everything beats flipflops. I do not know the brand but ballerina flats are a dime a dozen. Even the foldup once. Easy to get everywhere
  11. 6" heels with size 15 feet is like the equivalent of 4" heels for people with small feet. Unless it's 6"heels with platforms. In which case she might as well be walking in flats.
  12. It's about virtue signaling. It's not about making sense, or be productive, or actually solve any problems, it's about peacocking to the world what good moral human being that you are. To these clowns heels are something that dragqueens, thus gays and Alphabet people wear, so to them its about showing their support to the Alphabet brigade. Nothing to do with us. Hell, since we are normal dudes, who just like to wear heels, we can probably drop dead as far as they they are concerned. This was why I said when the first mainstream videos and articles about men in heels showed up that we should stay the hell away from these people. These are crazies that you do not want in your community as they will tear it down for their own politics. Just stay away and try to not get noticed. I'm a huge sci-fi nerd and all the major sci-fi franchises and their fanbases have been destroyed and torn up by them. Pray that they will never notice us.
  13. It probably doesn't help that the Alphabet Cult is pissing in our water, which means to conservatives any dude in skirts or heels is now a groomer.
  14. On the other, why ignore a growing market, as women are getting bigger feet, in favor of trying to catch a small corner of a heavily competitive market? Also, 10% of the main market would probably mean selling shoes for like what, $20 a pair, whereas 80% of that smaller market may demand a higher price because they have so little options. So big market, 500.000 times $20 a pair means you gross $10.000.000. Small market 30.000 times $120 per pair you gross $3.600.000. Assuming it costs $10 to make the cheap pairs it costs you $5.000.000 to produce your shoes. whereas the high small market shoes cost 3 times more to make, $30 a pair. It will cost you 900.000 to make. Throw in mass market marketing to reach that larger market segment, as you also have to compete with aggressive marketing from your competitors. Whereas if you own 80% of that small market, you don't have to do much marketing at all. In the end the profit margins on the mass market shoes will be quite low and those of the niche market will be much lower, so the final profit you can bank might be more identical for less effort. That has always been what differentiates the two business models. Niche market means you can demand niche prices. Mass market means you must ship a lot to make up for smaller margins. That argument completely loses all value when you consider that the platform shows and knee high or tigh high boots these womens will still wear come straight out of the fetish scene. I think its less about tarty and fetishy and more about there's no way I can ever walk in those, so I'll give a socially accepted answer instead. Which is something that on average women are prone to do anyway. There's a reason why PUA's say don't listen to what women tell you, listen to what they do. Giant platforms ARE fetishy. Came straight out of the stripper/pornstar scene from the middle 90's, when every stripper and/or pornstar wore them. Even today they are still part of the bread and butter stripper/pornstar/pole dancer stable. I reckon that the biggest reason why single sole heels are fetishy is because those people are the only ones willing to walk in them.
  15. I dunno, you may call anything above 12 cm tarty and fetishy, but the platform shoes that infest the market today come straight out of the strip clubs and porn movies. And high heeled boots used to the hallmark of BDSM mistresses. Now they are mainstream too. So if those can be mainstream, why not single soled shoes with heels higher then 12 cm?
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