I prefer highlight and emphasize. I don't know maybe it'll happen. She can't keep her eyes or hands off of me LOL.
Mar 26, 5. Mar 26, 6. Yeah no fucking way I'd wear some shit like that comfortable or not. You should only wear those if you like cock. Mar 26, 7. SugarComa1 , Mar 26, Mar 26, 8. Mar 26, 9. IRMacGuyver , Mar 26, Mar 26, I'd wear it only if it is see thru. I want people to be able to see my sack when I bend over. I DO only wear these yoga pants inside my house. I don't go out like that! Sent from my rotary phone. Eden , Mar 26, No, just fuck NO!!!
TealFerines , Mar 26, PorcelainDream5 , Mar 26, I don't see how they'd be more comfortable than men's lounge pants that don't make you look like a jackass. LeoRavus , Mar 26, Tea , Mar 26, Stylobean , Mar 26, Parapluie and sadderday like this. OmeletteAuFromage , Mar 26, AtteroDominatus , Mar 26, WanderingBurrito , Mar 26, I would do it for the lulz Thank you for this comment. Dressing stockings men has nothing to do with sexual orientation!!
And hetero men love high heels and wear them happy. Even men have their tights. Tights for men and women from around the world here.. BEPON has stockings and for men! Slovak sales network BEPON, the largest and most famous retailer hosiery and sock range in Slovakia, comes with a special novelty this time also for men - tights and leggings! I would say in a gym setting it would be more acceptable.
Going to form fitting for us toned guys is like show casing the work we have put ourselves through to look great. What is it with men these days and wanting to dress like girls? They weren't buit for men, they'll squash and show all of your equipment.
Edited on the flip side of what might have been said only 30 years ago Pants etc are a no no on women, unless they wish to look like boys. Pants weren't built for women, they'll squash and show all of their parts. Pants in general at one time were men only. People for generations have been taking things traditionally for one gender and switching it to the other.
Only years ago give or take high-heels were for men only. Also people have been joking about the amount of ass yoga pants show off on people for a long time now. There is very little left to the imagination no matter what gender puts them on. Here's the thing - It's not a matter of 'dressing like girls'. It's a matter of dressing in ways that they like for one reason or another, which is none of anyone's business. As LogosTreais gave with his example, we don't say this sort of junk about women and what they wear.
They've earned the freedom to wear what they want, why should men have any less? Especially since most of this 'girly' clothing your eschewing by association actually originated from men. As far as showing equipment Maybe some men feel the same way? God what a sexist comment, I could say "what is it with women wanting to dress like guys these days wearing trousers and pants suits", but I don't because I'm not a sexists bigot, you need to take a look in the mirror!
I thought guys liked that area with as much space as possible? If in fact they are comfortable, even if your stuff is all crammed up, then all I have to say is: Yoga pants don't look good on everybody.
Yes even on girls! Some girls should NOT be wearing them out in public On some it looks okay, and on others it looks either funny or simply ridiculous. People should know how to dress depending on their body, even when you don't care what others think about you, you should learn how to adequately dress your own body That's actually a fallacy For the others, it can be quite annoying to have certain things move around too much and end up in areas that aren't exactly comfortable.
While, medically speaking, it is generally good for things like sperm count to not wear things that will overheat the area, that does not necessarily mean tighter clothing, and is typically only a concern for someone who already has a lower than average count anyway. Dashdragon OMG where to start, completely sexist and disgusting comment.
Of course it's not "socially acceptable". Hell, I'd laugh too. But if they're comfortable, we should be able to wear them too, right? People aren't laughing at women.
I feel more comfortable in makeup. Why is not socially acceptable for men to wear it?!? Lol, again, I'm not saying it "shouldn't" be socially acceptable.. It's never socially acceptable for a man to do something deemed feminine. I'm pretty sure men from the s would consider today's man quite feminine, if not borderline homosexual. If millions of men started wearing it, it would be deemed socially acceptable, ie the feminine men styles of today. The reason that doesn't happen, and why it isn't socially acceptable, is because no one wants to look at pants riding up a guys ass and balls.
But if girls want their pants riding up camel toe and ass, they shouldn't complain that men view them as objects. Idk, if you wear yoga pants that actually FIT, they don't ride up your ass or give you a camel toe, lol.
Or at least none of my yoga pants do. But that's completely beside the point. Women should be able to wear whatever they want and still be viewed as human beings. Lol I find It Not socially acceptable when a women has a huge butt and a wedgie I just stand point and laugh ha ha now how would women feel if I did that?
Ok you are really stupid How the fuck do you know your legging are not Molding your cameltoe except if you have a camera on your pussy BITCH. I was in a class the other day, and a guy was wearing them no one was laughing, its obvious you would laugh, such a sexist comment. Males absolutely can wear tights and yoga pants. Robin Hood did it, you can too. PJ's are comfy too If men want to wear them, go for it. Men have the right to be comfy and keep their legs warm too!! My boyfriend wears them. Hi I wear them to keep warm why'll im playing sports and to keep comfortable sitting on my couch.
I don't care what people say or even the faces I get from people. I wear them leggings along with pantyhose which both are compression nylon spandex n no they don't squish anything I encourage all men get a pair s n wear them out regardless of what anyone says! Stacy, lately my wife and I have switched.
I started wearing leggings more as fashion around the house and running errands. And my wife tends to wear jeans most of the time. It doesn't turn her on or off, she has gotten used to it. But I think I kind of created a style that makes leggings work for guys. I only wear black, with a long sleeved white Nike shirt. I pair them with black tennis shoes and white ankle socks.
But I 've come to realize, it's a bit distracting to some females when I go out shopping. I get looks at my legs sometimes. You know how when you notice guys looking at you when you wear leggings? I get the same kinds of looks, only from women. And my shirt is long enough to cover my front. I still distract them sometimes. So I think guys can wear them and make them work. When they first came out, they were for both men and women to wear as fashion.
Then women Took them over for the most part and guys only wore them for sports. My girlfriend wears leggings or skinny jeans just like I do.
How could his pants be tighter then yours unless you don't wear leggings? Yoga pants are made for women, ergo it's more socially acceptable for women to wear them.
They are Sold for women, but there is nothing about their design that could be considered gender-specific. They are just stretchy comfy pants. Originally mens wear - right? Leggings are simply tighter fitting pants, so they are as we know not gender specific! Both men and women might want to consider body shape before putting on a pair of leggings, but really - it's no different.
No there not, if there made only for women, why are their loads of male equivalents available to buy? Particularly online, it is more socially acceptable granted, but your comment is extremely sexist and backward I think. Why is it so important to separate Unisex clothing into mens or womens? Pants are pants, it doesn't matter if a guy or girl wears them, the same goes for so many other articles of clothing. If you want to wear it then wear it LOL. Leggings are more comfortable, they soft, they help keep you dry n they let your legs n other areas breathe without exposing anything!
All guys stand up , buy leggings n wear them in public no matter what I think if other men encourage other men to wear regardless of any good or bad talk back plus girls would encourage guys to wear them then any stereotyping would come to a grinding halt!
Be bold n stand up n wear your leggings! I don't care if you wore a dress pantyhose n heels if love wearing them go for it Why are there loads available on the market then, why do guys where them then, have you been hiding under in cave or something? So I am an older college student, I'm in my 30's. I live in the dorm here on campus so I see lots of leggings. Due to the "liberated" or open minded environment of a college campus combined with my dislike for restrictive, binding or baggy clothing I have recently began wearing yoga pants and some semi-fitted pants I recently found next to the leggings in Wallmart they fit me really well and in-spite of the fact that I am a muscular lbs I can fit comfortably into a women's medium or large depending on the style.
The only time I will out right wear leggings is when I'm running on campus and then and only then I wear a shirt and don't care what is or isn't covered. Oh and no VPL, I only wear thongs - why you ask?
Because they offer the support I want for my "package". To add on to the 'junk' comment I also find it hilarious when the overly baggy kids start saying crap about giving their boys 'room to breathe'.
It's more like they're praying that it will give it 'room to grow'. I believe people should be allowed to wear whatever they want without being judged. There are a lot of women's clothes that where originally made for men that are now not ok for men to wear without be judged.
If your comfortable wearing something no matter what it is then wear it. It sounds strange now, but excluding the last years leggings were banned for girls, and about during years it was acceptable only for men. It is the question of habit If a men wears them not this way shown on the picture, it is OK.
Combined with a short, loose fit knicker, why not? The guy in the first picture looks fine wearing leggings, I don't see a problem with it. I recently past month started wearing women's soft, fleece lined leggings out to pretty much anywhere, grocery shopping, restaurants, bars, etc I do wear them with lace or any style of panties, and yes you can see my panty line, especially in sunlight.
Haha I get some looks, but I think I look good in them and my girlfriend loves it too. I have nice muscular legs and butt, although my shape looks a little more like a woman in leggIngs which I actually like. I don't wear them for anyone else. I do it because they super comfortable and it makes me happy.
It doesn't matter to me what other people think. I've been asked if I'm a fitness instructor, and although I do workout, after I act like I don't know why they would ask me that haha I tell them no, I just like wearing leggings.
Idk about yoga pants, but I see men wearing those tight running pants all the time (especially in the summer). They're kinda like yoga pants, I think, especially the ones meant for warm weathers. So I see no harm in it, as they are comfortable and maybe practical too. Other yoga pants/shorts looked like they were something I'd wear in yoga class, and while that's cute on women, it isn't that attractive on men for a variety of reasons. I wanted something that was functional for my practice but still something I could wear to lift weights or run in. Mar 27, · After all, they are pants and very comfortable. I like them for around the house. I would not wear them going out in public (unless a loose fitting.