. wrote:I've recently realized that you post on another forum platform. It was on a forum that I hadn't visited or posted a two or three years. I saw a member there with your name and location. On the profile I also noticed your previous member name, which is familiar to me. We may have even conversed in the past. I won't out myself about who I am, or was, over there. Just thought I'd let you know. Thanks.
Now you have got me curious! If as I think you are the same guest who has been responding to my posts here all along, we obviously have interests in common. It's not hard to figure out which sites I visit - no need for me to tell you where to find me. I can well understand that you wish to be . here, but please contact me elsewhere (in confidence if you like).
. wrote:I notice some men thinks underwear for females is more comfortable. I don't understand this, what about the genitals? There isn't much room for them in female's underwear...
Any comments from men with experience?
Most underwear is stretchy these days - at least underwear designed for women is, which is why it is more comfortable than some underwear designed for men. For example, Sloggi cotton briefs are much more comfortable than Y-Fronts. They are not too girly-looking, either.
I personally do not find it a problem, but if it is, you can get 'manties', which are panties made specially for men, and there are manufacturers of men's tights (eg Activskin, Evona) that have an extra comfort panel in the front.