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  1. Answer to that is no. One is over 20 years old, I can remember one spell when I was at school, another maybe 10 years ago. The others are classed as breaks, however are not breaks as my ligaments are so powerful they can pull bone from bone. I’ve got a pain threshold that’s high. Plus those now seen as toxic words “man up” with a bit of piss and vinegar courage get me there I suppose.
  2. I fell down a pot hole recently and did sone soft tissue damage to my right ankle. Went for an X-ray the next day, all was fine, nothing broken. However, was told that I have broken my ankle a few times before. I remember the first podiatrist I got my feet checked out with suggested it will be 3-5 years before I will start to possibly wear heels, even for a day a week for pain relief will be coming. He said he could not pin point how and why it was. Well, this is possibly it. The leaning heels are a thing I want to avoid, they don't look look right for me. Im almost healed, I’m going to start my training again as I’m a runner. Start off slow. I think I’m going to start looking for a few pairs of heels with a 3-3.5 inch heel on them. I’m more pain free on heels than in trainers or flat shoes. I think I’m going to have fun with them eventually. A stiletto or a few will be eventually bought.
  3. Every time I have been into the city centre in the past couple of years, I have seen at least one male in heels. Usually a pair of block heels, 3 to 3.5 inch heels tops. Cowboy boots are becoming more common. I do see many women, more are putting them back on. Times are tough, their heels are going up with their hemline in certain sectors of the economy. However, more women are wearing them for fashion outside too. I’m also seeing more young 16-24 year olds wearing those beautiful Timberland boots, and like wise too. Some are wearing kitten heels and a one or two with those Korean heel boots that the Kpop bands wear. Times are encouraging right now. Maybe Scotland is a microcosm. In more news from myself, my hip injury is healing, I might be doing a trip in heels in the next short while.
  4. I totally get the idea of getting home before you get an X-ray. I had a friend break her wrist in NYC years back, her medical bill was $3984, $750 for the X-ray in that total, $22 for paracetamol. The crazy thing in itemised bill was the $84 to get the medical notes emailed to her doctor here, herself and for the two pieces of A4 with her medical notes on them. Hope Peterborough gets home and gets the treatment he needs.
  5. I see now. That’s how it was described to us by a Clark of the Court. Here we get the charge read out, we also read it too. Then we go for excusals, then it’s into duty selection. I’m sorry if my misunderstanding of the US Legal system in regards to Voir came across as ignorant in any way.
  6. The selection process here in Scotland is very different. It appears now we are going back to the pre pandemic situation. The pandemic situation had the jury in a cinema watching from a video stream. Now we are going back to the 15 from 120 for a Sheriff Court and 15 from 90 for the High Court. We don’t have that stupid Voir thing. Once selected, you are in. There’s an excusal system, so teachers can be excluded from a case involving kids. Retail staff can be excluded from a shoplifting charge. Next year sees me off my exemption for the Sheriff Court, was last there as a potential juror in 2019, that was a 4 year exemption. My High Court exemption comes off in 2025 as that was a 20 year exemption after being a juror in 2005. If I’m selected next year, a week of going up to the court to be sent away an hour later, well, I’m going to wear heels. The sound of the click off the marble floors reverberating against the tall brutalist concrete walls will be a confidence booster. Many of the court female staff here wear heels, if only in the presence of the Justice/Judge. It’s normal for them to have flats on and be carrying their heels in their hand if they are no longer in that courtroom that day, otherwise they tend to leave them under the bench in the courtroom. Im quite an experienced juror, I’ve been selected twice, been a prospective and unselected juror at least 7 other times. Once it was 6 times in 5 years. I quite fancy a week going up to the court. I will be wearing my heels this time.
  7. Impressive Melrose. I love those stats on how much that extra half inch slows you down.
  8. https://www.enotalone.com/article/beauty/what-do-women-think-of-men-wearing-high-heels-r8186/
  9. First post in a while… In the past two years since the Lockdowns were lifted, I have seen more males wearing heels. Probably about 7 or 8 males in total as I don’t really go near the main town (city) more than 2-3 times a year. Most of them are all block heels, in the 2-3 inch range. One was higher than that in block heels and one was in a nice 4 inch stiletto ankle boot. There’s probably a decent community of men who want to wear heels out there. The point that Bubba made about there being so many folk on here as guests holds true. There’s another High Heels site for men only, German based, it has roughly 200+ folk active per day and 1000+ in guests. There’s a community out there. Plus, there’s many a man who publicly shows themselves in heels on Insta these days. Also, the fact that it is reported that ASOS sell thousands of their men’s heels is proof I think. If it were a percentage on the male population, I’d guess maybe 5% of men would like to wear heels as part of their image and identity. Men want to wear heels, however are persuaded no to by social norms and the little angel on their shoulder saying no, don’t.
  10. Well, it may be happening, heels for men in the “mainstream” or mainstream adjacent. Stiletto Heels Boots!!! https://www.asos.com/prd/202004069?acquisitionsource=pasteboard What are we thinking???
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