I am excited to have started my first Blog. I am looking forward
to learning new things. I will continue to work hard on bringing as much new
material as I can to this topic.
I welcome all people to view and follow my blog. I also invite
everyone to comment and share their pictures & experiences with High heels.
I ask for all to please be respectful to everyone here. It is ok to disagree,
but there is no need to be rude.
Some personal information about me.
-I am male
-I do wear high heels publicly
-I am married
-My wife is very supportive of my preference. She has purchased a
few of my shoes I currently own. Being a male wearing female designed footwear,
it is tough to find well fitting shoes.
-My wife had nearing 400 pairs of heels until recent. (Went through
them and found some to no longer fit the best. They are being placed on eBay
soon) She is now down under 200 pairs.
I own about 200 pairs of High Heels and continue to obtain more. I
have a very good sense of sizing for several manufacturers and styles of shoes.
I do a lot of trial and error by purchasing shoes to try on at home and
determine if they are a good fit.
Some personal preferences of mine are as follows. I do not like
flats. I do have 2 pair. I use them as slippers around the house. This seems to
be the only good use for them. Heels to me are not lower than 4 inches in
height. Less than that are for jogging. 😉 I also am not a boot fan. I would
prefer to see high heel boots over anything flat but shoes are my desire. I do
have a few pairs of boots, I am trying to expand my likings, but it is tough.
Further beyond the reach of shoes, I also like to wear cloths
design for females. I do not classify myself as a cross dresser, but more of a
fashion hunter. Men’s attire is so boring I have a hard time with lots of it.
I would like to address one question of the several I have been
“Do you feel less of a man wearing women’s
Answer is NO. The lines of masculinity and femininity are drawn by
our up-bringing. We can change this as we feel it pertains to ourselves. I do
not see how wearing an article of clothing designed and marketed for a female
dictates what or who I am as a person. I feel I am able to make decisions about
what I feel dictates these lines and where they are drawn. Personally I do not
find these lines to be solid or permanent in any way. It is certainly up to
anyone who chooses, to decide on where to place them. If they are not where somebody
likes them, I feel they need to understand the world is not all about them.
Some people may find things much more acceptable than others would and they
should accept that the choices made by others are for others. No threats are
made or implied by this.