In today’s blog I would like to provide some guidance for gentlemen who wish to adorn themselves with ladies’ lingerie and intimate underwear.
Some guys are fortunate enough to have a lady partner, a close lady friend or a sister to help them when deciding what to wear and how to wear it.
In fact ladies are known to be quite attracted to other bodies dressed in intimate feminine undergarments so a little bit of cross-dressing can really spice up a heterosexual relationship.
I have never found a lady who is unwilling to help a guy with his lingerie issues – so if you do not have a close lady friend you might simply try asking the lady in the shop for some guidance.
In the rest of this blog I will start by presenting you with some photographic tips on how your lingerie should look and what kind of posture you should adopt (with the help of lady models). Then I will show you some gentlemen who have successfully adapted this feminine wardrobe to stunning effect.
Men who wear women’s underwear often take great care to keep their bodies toned and fit. Male cross dressing can even be thought of as a powerful incentive in the battle against obesity.
It has long been known that the homosexual community often takes an active interest in physical fitness and healthy living. Similar drivers exist in the trans community regardless of being straight or gay – we want to look good in women’s clothes.
Cross dressing males have an added incentive to keep thin and fit. Women’s clothes tend to be designed to enhance attractive body shapes and are very unforgiving of excess fat.
In my earlier photo blog I explained some of the issues of sizing for trans men (the link is here). Even if you get a size that fits it is nice not to have an unsightly ‘overhang’. We all like to look nice in the mirror!
To illustrate how well some men have crafted their bodies to complement well with ladies underwear I would like to share with you some photos which I consider to be iconic.
Clearly not everyone will have a perfect body for their trans wardrobe from day one – and I am certainly not into body-shaming. But as you look at yourself in your nice stockings and panties why not plan your next visit to the gym. Perhaps you could use the trip to show off some of your latest purchases.
I hope you enjoy today’s photo review (I am sure you will understand that not all the chaps feel the need to wear a bra). Big thanks to these iconic models for sharing their success.
What is it about incredibly fit male bodies jumping through the air in pure white tights that is so homoerotic?
For those of us that are gender challenged the idea that guys can dress in hosiery and dance around for a living seems to be the optimal career choice – OK we may need to work on our musculature a bit.
For today’s blog I would like to present some of the iconic male ballet dancers that have chosen this career path. This may provide some incentive to those younger gender fluid readers whose bodies are still at the stage where they can craft them into these incredible shapes.
And for those of us who may be a bit too old to embark on the crafting process – well we can still dream about spending some ‘quality time’ in the company of these stunning creatures.
Welcome to today’s selection of ‘Professional Men in White Tights‘.
A typical Cross-dressingGender-fluid boy’s day – Try on new panties, hosiery, enjoying Spandex at the gym, choosing a tattoo, dressing for ballet…Interested? Read on.
Today I would like to take you through the day of a typical transgender boy – illustrated with photos of my friends and others by/of people I admire (kind acknowledgements to all).
Before breakfast we need to select some panties and hosiery (more trans undies tips here):
I eat breakfast in my undies because I am a messy eater. After that I slip on my ‘public’ wardrobe by selecting a suitable over-garment for the day:
Then it is off to the gym – I love seeing my ‘straight’ friends posing in their Lycra – clearly some of them are Trans in denial (see my article on that using the link here):
After working on our bodies we generally need a little swim to ‘cool down’:
At the moment I am trying to decide on a nice tattoo design. Being gender-fluid I quite fancy a girly tatt to go with my girly panties (more girly tatt ideas using the link here):
After lunch I recommend a little aerobic workout to help with digestion:
In the evening, like most of my trans friends, I like to dress up a bit – especially if I am going out:
A great evenings entertainment really ‘takes-off‘ with a trip to the ballet:
One of the things I love about ballet is that it was one of the first professions to encourage androgynous people. My diary wouldn’t be complete without an Andro Idol pic (with obligatory male nipple – just in case you weren’t sure):
Then it is back to my pad to recap on the day’s actions and plan which elements of my wardrobe I can wear tomorrow:
I hope you enjoyed sharing my photo album – if you did you are always welcome to pop back.
Back in time – before I understood very much about my gender fluidity I had a fascination with doing sports in Lycra – the thinner the better. I also liked them to be fairly transparent – my favourite colours were white and yellow!
Initially I enjoyed people being able to see my nice tight white undies under the Lycra. But of course it did not stop there.
As time moved on I started to wear girls’ panties under my Lycra – my reasoning was that the high elasticated content of girls’ undies helped to smooth out any masculine bumps that could reveal it was really a boy underneath those tight Lycra shorts/tights.
In retrospect this was just an excuse to wear girls underwear. It was nice to think that people might be able to see I was wearing pretty girls panties under my Lycra.
Then I noticed a lot of other guys were wearing Lycra on the playing fields – and with many of them you could see precisely what kind of undies they had underneath.
As I progressed with my research I noticed that a number of these chaps didn’t have any undies on at all underneath their flimsy Lycra. I began to realise – they just loved the feel of tight spandex fibres next to their flesh.
Gradually I began to understand that most of these very fit boys would really love to go out running in girl’s tights – the Lycra was their way of getting as close as they could to expressing their gender fluidity without being overtly trans.
So in today’s blog I have selected some pics of iconic guy’s in Lycra which I hope help to illustrate my point. Do you think these guys would prefer to be out running in girls tights?