Skirts rule ok?

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Well, I have held off for some time,. I have gone without wearing a skirt. But the other day. a thought crept into my mind as it was hot and my crotch area was baking, that a nice cool skirt with softer panties would be more beneficial.

I held off still fearing a knock on the door. (And I did have someone come calling). But this morning, I can't resist wearing a skirt and petticoat. It's unfair that females can get away with it, but us mere males are stuck with shorts and trousers.
Although it is cooler, the sensation is fabulous.
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restricted wrote:Well, I have held off for some time,. I have gone without wearing a skirt. But the other day. a thought crpet into my mind as it was hot and my crotch area was baking, that a nice cool skirt with softer panties would be more beneficial.

I held off still fearing a knock on the door. (And I did have someone come calling). But this morning, I can't resist wearing a skirt and ;petticoat. It's unfair that females can get away with it, but us mere males are stuck with shorts and trousers.
Although it is cooler, the sensation is fabulous.
So true, but skirts for men won't become more widely worn until they are generally accepted as the norm and the only way to do that is to have there wearing more published as a male thing. No one takes a second look at a kilt being worn in Scotland and lets be honest the modern kilt is basically a skirt, it's the narrow defined style of the kilt and the accessories that make it a male thing. Some would say it's also a historic connection but the modern kilt is nothing like an original kilt was and at the time they were worn most men in what is now called the UK would have been wearing similar.

Now I've opened that tin of worms.

You might find this interesting.
https://thebookofman.com/body/style/bes ... en-to-buy/
I also note from this that the wearing of odd socks seems to be fashionable provided they are very expensive.
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Now I'm getting on and I'm looking at the end of my lease of life in how long I don't know, I am having to reduce the amount of clothing I have.

I have one blue skirt which I love. It comes to below the knee, so that will be staying. A couple of full length skirts will remain, as another black midi skirt.

But roll on summer when I can sit in the garden in a mini skirt again and get the feel of fresh air on my undercarriage and still be decent. My sport skirts have gone, as have my satin belly dancers skirt. There are two black skirts I can't make my mind up about and a tight knee length skirt.
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Frankly, if you think you're that near the end I wouldn't worry about getting rid of anything, enjoy it while you can, and when you're gone you'll be gone so you won't be able to worry about what was left behind.
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Lifting up the rug a bit here, but being in a bagpipe band has opened my eyes to the "non-bifurcated" lifestyle. Wearing a kilt is quite liberating, especially when one goes "regimental." Jus sayin...
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bounddosster wrote: 15 Sep 2023, 14:12
restricted wrote:Well, I have held off for some time,. I have gone without wearing a skirt. But the other day. a thought crpet into my mind as it was hot and my crotch area was baking, that a nice cool skirt with softer panties would be more beneficial.

I held off still fearing a knock on the door. (And I did have someone come calling). But this morning, I can't resist wearing a skirt and ;petticoat. It's unfair that females can get away with it, but us mere males are stuck with shorts and trousers.
Although it is cooler, the sensation is fabulous.
So true, but skirts for men won't become more widely worn until they are generally accepted as the norm and the only way to do that is to have there wearing more published as a male thing. No one takes a second look at a kilt being worn in Scotland and lets be honest the modern kilt is basically a skirt, it's the narrow defined style of the kilt and the accessories that make it a male thing. Some would say it's also a historic connection but the modern kilt is nothing like an original kilt was and at the time they were worn most men in what is now called the UK would have been wearing similar.

Now I've opened that tin of worms.

You might find this interesting.
https://thebookofman.com/body/style/bes ... en-to-buy/
I also note from this that the wearing of odd socks seems to be fashionable provided they are very expensive.
There's an important distinction here that most people miss. It can easily be defined in one of two old bagpiper jokes. The second is, "The difference between a skirt and a kilt is a skirt is either pleated or it's not. A kilt is BOTH."
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No idea who he is, though there is something lurking in the depths of my memory about the name Hot Rod. Either it relates to my car mad youth or some cheese porno movie I had the miss fortune to see.
He looks a real party pooper. If he didn't want the kiddies to have their treats he should have just said no, Not offer the promise of goodies, then purposely destroy the bags so the poor little darlings can't collect anything else either. :(
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Professional wrestler "Rowdy Roddy Piper" billed from Glasgow Scotland. Kind of a clown/troublemaker in and out of the ring.
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Shannon SteelSlave wrote: 01 Dec 2023, 14:16 Kind of a clown/troublemaker in and out of the ring.
Sounds like all the qualifications for a successful political career, he'd go right to the top in many countries.
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He needs 1 more...........to be alive. RIP 2015, Hot Rod, miss ya'.
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Shannon SteelSlave wrote: 01 Dec 2023, 23:24 He needs 1 more...........to be alive.
Doesn't even need to have that to be a Canadian Senator. A lot of them are half-asleep most of the time, so a cadaver wouldn't stand out too much in there unless it starts smelling of decomp. :shock:

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Shannon SteelSlave wrote: 01 Dec 2023, 14:16 Professional wrestler "Rowdy Roddy Piper" billed from Glasgow Scotland. Kind of a clown/troublemaker in and out of the ring.
And here i thought he meant „hot rod hundley“, college & nba Basketball court jester
Galore in the late 50’s/ early 60’s and later play-by-play broadcaster for the lakers & jazz

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hot_Rod_Hundley

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Shannon SteelSlave wrote: 01 Dec 2023, 23:24 He needs 1 more...........to be alive. RIP 2015, Hot Rod, miss ya'.
You've never seen the house of lords then. That's why their unelected.
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I admit I have worn a skirt a few times but only at home. I have posted a story a few year ago entitled "A dream I once had."
Yes, it was me who had that dream about having a skirt locked on tight. Maybe some day I might find someone who may lock
a skirt on me and make sure it doesn't come off and maybe lock leg shackles on for good measure.
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