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  1. So what are your favorite surfaces for heeling? I haven’t found the nerve to heel beyond my own house but I have a variety of surfaces to walk on around the house. They include lots of wood floor, ceramic tile, carpet, vinyl, and concrete. All my heels are fairly high stilettos. My least favorite is carpet. Much less side-to-side stability and no noise when I walk on it. After a long day of heeling I find the carpet very hard to walk on due to the lack of stability. I think my favorite is the concrete. Very stable to walk on and the heels make a nice click as I walk on it. The wood floor is nice as well. The sound is more of a clomp than a click, that’s why the concrete is my favorite. I think the sound of the heels when walking is my favorite part of heeling. No mistaking the sound of a pair of stilettos on the move.
  2. Probably an old theme there but her goes. I scraped up the courage and asked my wife to get me a pair of high heel boots for Christmas this past year. An implicit part of the gift was letting me wear them around the house. She wasn’t thrilled about it but she got them for me. Now we are home from travels and our series of house guests are gone so I am able to wear them regularly. My wife (who will not wear high heels) tolerates them but says they “just aren’t manly” and isn’t thrilled about my wearing them. They are black knee-high boots made of some kind of faux leather. The toes are rounded, the stiletto heels are about 6.25” high, and the platforms are about 1.5”. They have black laces up the front and a side zipper. I enjoy every minute in them. I’m looking for help finding ideas that will help her enjoy my high heels. I dislike pointed toes and think the rounded toe is more masculine. Black leather? Laces? All seem manly to me. Does a stiletto heel automatically make them feminine? Any ideas what I can say to her to make these boots more appealing to her?
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