Then they tell me that they'd do it for the right man and I tell them I believe the first answer in this case is always the correct one and saying you'd do it for the right man is the wrong answer. And he thought, "Well, what if I took a pair of panties and fastened stockings to it? Yes it's tight but you get well used to that. But that's probably another thread. But now that I live in Canada, I actually am okay with them now.
I couldn't agree with you more: Do you know how frustrating it is to be getting dressed and your last pair of black hose rips??!! One sees very little pantyhose being worn there too. On TV shows and in movies alike bare legs are being shown all over the place, whether it looks good or not. It's like crayons or band-aids. I hate the thought of going on a date and I'm dressed times better than the woman I'm with and this has happened every time time in the past 10 years or so and this is why I gave up on dating. Story of my coming out:
Clearly this represents a misallocation of fundage. I saw the bra thread and even though the GG's made a strong argument against bra's and made it easy to understand why the dislike for them, I wonder the same thing about pantyhose. As much as it may shock some people, we live our lives to look and feel great for ourselves, and not to be eye candy for any random men out there. I've had marginally better luck with stockings i. I always wear underwear with hose and have never had a yeast infection.
It is the right thing to do. I was in Paris last fall and while the people were dressed nice, the women had awful hair and makeup. Skintight leggings aren't pants and they look good on almost no one. They were way out of style. I think for most of us bare legs with with or without bandaids are tacky when worn with dress shoes. But luckily more places are business casual and men can often skip the tie.