Ladies, have you noticed that men have been telling us for some time now that they love women in pantyhose.
Men are talking about this subject on Internet chat rooms or blog threads. They are subscribing to the hundreds and hundreds of Web sites out there whose content is dedicated to women in pantyhose. They are looking at, posting and downloading pictures of women wearing pantyhose everywhere in the world.
Call me crazy, ladies, but shouldn’t we be listening? Shouldn’t we care about this a little more?
Throughout history, we’ve made every sacrifice out there to make ourselves more beautiful, more glamorous, more appealing. We wear high heels that one day will likely kill our feet forever. We do spa treatments, obsess over hair and makeup, even undergo surgery if we think it’ll help our cause.
Yet, men aren’t asking us to do any of these things. To men, none of these things make us sexier to them than our wearing pantyhose. Men aren’t asking on a global scale that we wear shorter skirts or higher heels. They simply, honestly and with compassion, are asking that we grace ourselves with the softest, silkiest, most decidedly feminine and beautiful thing we could ever wear.
Yet, women everywhere shun the wearing of this lovely, classy and glamorous accessory. In light of everything else we do to ourselves in the name of beauty and glamour, how did pantyhose become the enemy here?
Here’s what I think: Men ought to start fighting back! That’s right –men should arbitrarily decide that they no longer are going to wear neckties, for example. They should show up at the office in suits but no ties. After all, ties are too hot, too tight, and too uncomfortable to wear. And really, they’re sooooo yesterday.
SPECIAL INSERT: Guys, c’mon. No comments from you about this? I’m out here carrying the torch for your favorite fetish, beating up my fellow gal-pals over it, and giving you this brilliant suggestion about how to get back at women for not wearing pantyhose. Yet, no comments? I thought we were friends! Where’s the love?
Indeed, men ought to just unbutton their shirts to show off their gold chains instead? We could call this new fashion trend the “bare necks movement.” Or what if men wore designer suits but no socks? The “bare ankles look.”
Really, men should show a lack of professionalism by dressing this way not only at the office, but on television shows, in movies and on the Red Carpet to collect their awards?
And how about on dates? Men could certainly show their women how much they respect and appreciate them by choosing to look “so cultured” when being seen in public with them.
Think about it. What if men arbitrarily decided that all of a sudden they just don’t need, or can’t be bothered with, dressing in good taste?
Isn’t that exactly what most women are doing today? And isn’t it getting a little old?