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Steve63130 last won the day on August 26 2017

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    Central Ohio USA
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    High heels, 2.5 to 4 inches, with 0 to 3/4 inch platform; prefer clogs, sandals, pumps, boots, and loafers; usually wear with nylon hosiery in public, with long, bootcut jeans or slacks that cover the top part of the heel; always present myself as a confident, fashion forward male. My wife approves of my style and is very supportive.

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  1. Steve63130

    Backpack or Messenger bag?

    Ditto! Mine is a shoulder bag by Kipling of Belgium. I bought it at Macy's a couple of years ago and it's still like new. It's amazing how much it can hold, and no bulging and unsightly pants pockets! I've never had anyone poke fun at the fact that I carry a purse; I wear it proudly and confidently. Other guys should try it. There are plenty of unisex bags out there and the practicality far outweighs other considerations. Steve
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    Cali World

    Take a train to Edinburgh. Lovely place to explore for a day. And have a wee bit o' Scotch! Have fun! Steve
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    The truth is, some people notice, some people don't. If you are insecure and out of your comfort zone, is it possible that you aren't walking gracefully in heels? That kind of body language in itself would get attention. We've all see awkward young teens wearing heels and perhaps smiled or chuckled. But do you say anything? Of course not. If you get out there and practice a lot, it will get easier and easier, but it does take practice. Once you have the hang of it and walk gracefully, people are much less likely to notice, and after a while, you'll be so used to wearing heels, you won't bother looking at people to see if they notice or not. You just won't care. Have fun! It's a great journey! Steve
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    Cali World

    What's the cost for a single return trip (round trip) from your town to London? Just curious, so when we visit you, I can budget the trip better. :-) Steve PS. We won't be there this month! LOL
  5. Maybe the dictionary is pranking! Playing a prank on us! Ya think? Fake words! :-) Steve
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    The High Heeled Ruminations Of Melrose Plant

    Hey, Mlroseplant! What's the big idea of hijacking your hijacked thread and getting back on topic? LOL (Thank you for doing that, from all of us electrically and plumbingly challenged heelers. My most important tool is a smartphone!) Steve
  7. 78% of expert analysts can prove 93% of anything with 60% statistics and 40% surveys... How'm I doin' so far? Steve
  8. Steve63130

    Season of Furry Heels

    Halloween is over. :-) Steve
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    Cali World

    I highly recommend spending time in Scotland. Take at least a week. Go on a small tour bus to the Loch Lommand area; and to Loch Ness and Inverness. The Isle of Skye is spectacular. St. Andrews has lots of history and golf. And Edinburgh is a lovely city with lots of history, too. I have a high heel friend in Scotland who doesn't participate in forums, but he would probably be glad to meet with you. Shoot me a PM if you're interested and I'll contact him. Steve
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    Noticing people in heels

    SF, Stares don't necessarily mean disapproval or have a negative connotation. They just mean the observer can't get his or her head wrapped around the idea that a guy would wear women's shoes. It's a disconnect that their brain can't process immediately, and the reaction might be a stare, laughter, or raised eyebrows, for example. So watch it on the stares. Hold the hand rail! LOL Steve
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    Another member from down under

    Good point, Cali. It gets worse, though. Designers have collections. So if you have lots of pairs of designer shoes, might you have a collection of collections? Just sayin'... :-) Steve
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    My wife and my heels

    These posts are all good advice, and I can only tell you my own experience and what worked for me. In the late 1970s I disclosed to my wife (married since 1974) that I liked wearing heels. She was fine with it, in private, but didn't want to see me in heels; what I did on my own was my business. Over the next 20 years I pushed the envelope ever so slowly, and made sure she was secure in knowing that I loved her, I didn't want to change gender, and didn't have any proclivity to being homosexual (nothing against gays, neither of us is, even though we have friends who are). It's all about security. As she realized that I had a passion for women's heels (and ballet flats, by the way), she realized it was just shoes and if it made me happy, then fine. In the past few years, I've even pushed to wear heels in public and she is okay with that, too. A secure woman can make your life easier, too. Make sure she's secure, and push the envelope very slowly. Baby steps will eventually get you where you want to be, and it will bring the two of you closer in your life's journey together if you take the right approach. Above all, communicate and get to know each other better. Compromise where you can. Good luck! And please DO use punctuation. We want to read what you write, but if we have to strain to interpret all those run-on sentences, few of us will bother. Steve
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    Heels at work? Maybe not so good idea

    Shyheels, RIGHT! Their motto is "Do as I say, not as I do!" Steve
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    Heels at work? Maybe not so good idea

    And by displaying the boots at the interview they will know exactly what they're getting if they hire you. On the other leg, if you don't get any job offers after a while, you may want to start wearing conventional men's shoes until you're employed again. You can't buy heels without money! Steve

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