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  1. Skirted-UK

    Faith goes into administration

    I'm still mourning the passing of HayWay Shoes!
  2. Skirted-UK

    Change of girlfriend

    I don't think that you will be lucky enough to find a woman that likes you wearing heels, the word tolerate comes to mind. Most women don't like wearing skirts and heels these days, they seem to see it as a sign of weakness, even women who do like wearing heels tend to feel out of place in a sea of jeans and trainers. Women like to look all the same these days. High heels and skirts are for special occassions these days, and they certainly don't want the men in their lives wearing them!
  3. hi sirted how arre you doing? bladerunner

  4. Skirted-UK

    High heels 'may improve sex life'

    This is the article in full. http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/health/7225828.stm High heels 'may improve sex life' Wearing higher heels - although perhaps not stilettos - may improve your pelvic floor muscles and in doing so boost your sex life, a study suggests. An Italian urologist and self-professed lover of the sexy shoe set out to prove that high heels were not as bad for women's health as some suggest. The shoe has been linked to a range of problems - from corns to schizophrenia. But in a letter to European Urology, Dr Maria Cerruto said her research showed it was time to stand up for the heel. She said her study of 66 women under 50 found that those who held their foot at a 15 degree angle to the ground - the equivalent of a two inch heel - had as good posture as those who wore flat shoes, and crucially showed less electrical activity in their pelvic muscles. This suggested the muscles were at an optimum position, which could well improve their strength and ability to contract. The pelvic floor muscles are an essential component of the female body. As well as assisting sexual performance and satisfaction, they provide vital support to the pelvic organs, which include the bladder, bowels and uterus. But they often weaken after pregnancy and childbirth, and as the woman gets older. There are exercises to strengthen them, but Dr Cerruto hopes her findings may eliminate the need for these. "Women often have difficulty in carrying out the right exercises for the pelvic zone and wearing heels could be the solution," she said. "Like many women, I like high-heeled shoes," she added. "It's good to know they have potential health benefits." Gill Brook, a women's health physiotherapist in Bradford, stressed the findings did not suggest that stilettos were a good thing for those keen on improving their pelvic floor function. "But for women who like a slightly higher heel, these are reassuring findings - although we haven't yet done away with the need for regular exercises to maintain what is such an important part of the female body."
  5. Considering that most people on this forum are saying that the shoes are too pointy, I would have thought that there would only be a limited market for these shoes. For me the heel is the most striking feature of the shoe and I would think that they will need to branch out with shoes of different styles, but using that amazing heel. I do hope that Roger & Sarah are able to make a go of it and wish them well for the future.
  6. I find them a bit too pointy for my taste, but I love the heel. If they made them in men's sizes I would buy a pair just to wear indoors
  7. Skirted-UK

    The Queen of Heels

    Love the dress!
  8. No, women who's feet hurt when wearing heels does nothing for me, quiet the opposite in fact. When I was in my teens I chose my girlfriends for their preference for high heels and straight skirts. Unfortunately I usually found that these girls did not like wearing heels or tight skirts for very long and usually could not wait to get out of them when they got home. I remember going to a dance with a girl once and we missed the last bus home. As we walked home, she was walking bare feet, carrying her sling-backs with her skirt hitched up above her knees. It was so embarrassing. No, I like to see women wearing heels, its a definite turn off when you find that they can't wear them because their feet hurt and they have to keep taken them off.
  9. Skirted-UK

    High heels collection

    About 15 pairs, but don't ask me how many straight black skirts I own!
  10. AHH! Here we go again, we would like to wear some women's garments, but the women in our lives don't like it. Listen guys trousers and jeans are traditionally MALE garments! I am old enough to remember the time when you never saw a woman in jeans or trousers. We never made a fuss when the started wearing OUR clothes! The trouble with men is that they let women dictate to them what they should or should not be wearing, try telling the woman in your life that she should not wear trousers or jeans and see what reaction you get! This summer I have on two occasions worn a woman's kilt for walking on the Moors why, because a kilt is a male garment and I don't see why I should pay £300 for a kilt when I can get one for £30. Wearing it Commando was much cooler that shorts or jeans. ( which are now fast becoming the standard woman's garment! ) A couple of years ago I heard that the men in a Scottish pipe band were up in arms because the women in the band wanted to wear kilts, in other words they were feminising men's kilts. Looking on a kilt makers website recently I see that they now make a woman's kilted skirt that fastens on the right-hand side like a man's kilt. What I am trying to say here is that women have no qualms about wearing men's clothes, but they don't like it when we start wearing their stuff, anything that we wear has to be specially made for men. Its time we told them were to get off! End of rant!
  11. Skirted-UK

    Black and shiny

    Its fortunate for us that few women realise how powerful they are in a pair of 4" stiletto heel black patent pumps and a straight black skirt. WOW!
  12. Wow, the HH Place Diva is back! Please don't disappear for another 2 years, the place is not the same without you. Welcome back Laurie!
  13. Skirted-UK

    My Black Pleaser Pumps

    I have two pairs of Pleasers pumps, one in Black patent and the other in black matt. JeffB put me on to them a couple of years ago. The most comfortable 4" stilettos I own. Never wear them out in case I ruin them. Thanks Jeff!
  14. An intersting artical on the pros and cons of wearing high heels. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/pages/live/articles/health/womenfamily.html?in_article_id=173473&in_page_id=1799
  15. Skirted-UK

    Tom's Cafe

    Hi Crotchboots, You are right about Chris' Atrium, I had an old URL in my 'Favourites' But Tom's Cafe, http://www.tomscafe.org/forums/ seems to be locked for no reason!

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