Would I ever be able to get a date, let alone have a relationship or get married? Much of my intellectual development is due to wrestling with this question. The bottom line, is that everyone is wondering what women think of it. She gets to the heart of the matter in a rare way.
A woman’s view on men in hosiery by Nohealani
put him in panties: Chapter 9: Hosiery and Heels
The most wonderful man in the world works at this company, and they're lending me out to him for two days as a temporary secretary. Can you tell how happy I am? He's such a sweet, caring, sensitive man. I can wear a dress like this around him and feel completely safe. I know that he'll pay me a compliment that will make me feel beautiful, feminine, and all warm inside, not like those other men who make me feel like a piece of meat. It's not true that we women don't want compliments.
Chapter 9: Hosiery and Heels
In the sixteenth century, it would be perfectly normal for a respectable gentleman to be seen wearing hose, as it was then known - Henry VIII was even reputed to have padded his in order to make his legs appear more masculine. Since then, however, fashions have changed, and with the odd exception such as leggings for running or cycling, hosiery has become a purely feminine affair, longer and thinner than its male counterpart. A man might wear thick, knee-high socks for playing sports, but never gossamer thin stockings that reach up to his thighs - novelty socks with humorous designs on them are about as exciting as men's hosiery ever gets, and even they're often more boyish than manly.