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Welcome Genevieve!


I've forgotten about this thread.?...always happy to discuss underwear and clothing adventures.


Just today I went out to meet a friend (I have yet to come out to her bc she can be quite the gossip)?


I intended to meet her in my leggings(BC she's use to seeing me in them now)...but a last minute inadvertent 'accident; with a V8 Juice can left them looking as if I had had 'my virginity' or a period down in the inside thigh...?


...so reluctantly I went back up to change. Since I was late, I decided to pull on a long black skirt with large buttons down the front.


Of course I realised enroute it may have open a 'can of worms' with her.?


Somehow, following a bout of panic on her part (BC she could not find her phone...it was a a grocery bag), she did not observe my skirt till we were walking to the restaurant.


Funny thing is she and another friend (He's also a big gossip) always seem to hold back on asking the obvious...?


...so she remarked I had a nice skirt on that she was making an observation that my wardrobe was increasingly changing over the years.


My response, I am of course updating myself. We all have to.?


But the funniest thing is she mentioned the skirt but did not go further because I was also wearing a semi translucent light baby clue (ethnic?) cotton top with tassles and you should be able to see my nude strapless A cups if you look hard enough?









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  • 3 months later...
On 6/19/2021 at 2:12 PM, lufia said:

As for me, I always hated wearing men's underwear. It just felt wrong, and gross to me. They are just ugly and uncomfortable.

That's the thing really isn't it. Women's clothes are so much prettier and varied and feel so much better.  Pair of white Y fronts, or a pair of colourful lace panties with a frill round the edges?  No-brainer really!

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As with most people here I also fell in love with panties at an early age, I remember looking at the old sears catalog, or a victoria secret catalog that would get sent to the house and adoring the beautiful lingerie on the models. Eventually I got curious and checked if my mom owned any of these items, found some satin panties, tried them on and unlocked an inner battle I could never shake off from there.


Long story short after many years of stealing and hiding the shame, getting caught a few times and being bullied by my siblings, I moved out and I started buying my own once I figured out the correct size, still sadly purging some of the cutest lingerie I've ever owned out of shame and embarassment. currently I'm about a Male 38embarrassment. Translated to a womens 16 for most brands, theres still some weird stuff going on with those though. and I wear XL panties, sadly I'm "endowed" which can be a blessing but in terms of what I can wear in women's clothes limits me a bit, lace is fantastic, can't wear it though because I push up against it for a cheese grater type effect. Some Satin lacks stretch so I usually have to size up for that, nylon is awesome. Cotton varies.


My favorite panties for stretch and coverage currently are victoria secrets seemless line, the thong and bikini cuts are amazing, the hipsters work sometimes and I love the way they hug my cheeks but when I fall asleep in them I tend to fall out the sides. I actually was able to go in and try on some pairs on a slower weekday, you have to try them on over your current panties. But it allows you to try all the different cuts and styles avaliable.


I love nylon and satin for fabrics, and although I don't have breasts I have started to incorporate bras into my wardrobe to get used to them for when my breast might develop. The website shein.com has been great for allowing me to explore different styles without breaking the bank. I'm still pretty masculine V shaped so they carry alot of extended sized tops that I've been trying out with much success.

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I started wearing out by wearing a pair of my moms panties when I was about 12, then my sister got a cute cami set and I loved slipping that on when I got a chance. I have definitely gone through phases over the years, however I have recently met an Ann Summers rep on Twitter and my lingerie collection has really grown!


I have decided to wear lingerie more often, and am currently sitting in the office with a bra and panties under my clothes, I know I will be in the office on my own all day! I have also recently started to wear women's nightwear to bed, and am trying to get used to wearing it.


I have started to move away from the ultra sexy stuff to the more wearable things, and have some very cute flowery pyjama sets!


Why do I do it? Because it is so much prettier and nicer and there is more variety than mens stuff. I know it doesn't always fit brilliantly and sometimes my bits fall out of the panties, but it just feels more natural to me

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It was nice to re-visit this thread ... and 'underwear' is one of my favorite topics😊.  Not being socially Out yet, it's truly one of the few affirming aspects of my daily life that I can appreciate.  Normally just panties.

Wacoal is my favorite brand.  They just seem to fit my body well, and their silky/lacy combinations are very feminine.  My everyday 'go-to' are Calvin 'boy shorts' (makes sense, right?).  I never worry about the band showing under my shirt line because its the same brand logo as the men's type.  But they are SO much more comfortable than men's underwear.  Same with my sleepwear ... I will never go back to men's.

Oh, and Thanks! @Nik or Nikki for the tip on Ann Summers.  Great site!

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