Keeping the manhood from poking out

General discussion of skirt and kilt-based fashion for men, and stuff that goes with skirts and kilts.
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Re: Keeping the manhood from poking out

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Learn from women. They usually don't hide their chest bulges.

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Jim wrote:
Sun Jun 28, 2020 6:37 pm
Learn from women. They usually don't hide their chest bulges.
Ahh... but then we must ask ourselves why this is the case?
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moonshadow wrote:
Sun Jun 28, 2020 6:40 pm
Jim wrote:
Sun Jun 28, 2020 6:37 pm
Learn from women. They usually don't hide their chest bulges.
Ahh... but then we must ask ourselves why this is the case?
Don't wear anything tight. I wear A line and fuller skirts, heavy materials Do a good job keeping "things" tamed or camouflaged better.
I have two utility kilts made from heavy twill, 3 US pounds of heavy twill. They completely keep my golf club in check.
While I don't want to emphasize my "mr. Willy" I'm not going to make it look like I don't have one.
It's a God given gift. Men have have them. Fact of biology. I'm a man that just happens to like wearing skirts. If you see some of my bulge, oh well. I'm sporting my OEM parts. And they are not going anywhere any time soon.
Like stated above a vast majority of women don't hide their chest bulges. Now days it's common place to women sporting plumbers crack and camel toe. With the American women's acceptance of yoga pants being the go to garment for almost any outing. Alot of times not much is left to the imagination. Yet we a called pigs for looking. I have never figured out the logic, women won't wear a skirt because men might try to look up it. But they will parade around in yoga pants or thick leggings. That puts most everything of hers on display.
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misha, I see it this way, "If they are prepared to display then I'm prepared to look." And sometimes I see a lot! Customers coming to the till showing cleavage and then a lot more when they bend over to pick something up. Camel toe - seen them. Short skirts - yes again. Tight leg coverings - yes. Backsides like two round peaches. You get the idea. Makes any male bulge look ordinary.
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Sinned wrote:
Mon Jun 29, 2020 11:22 am
misha, I see it this way, "If they are prepared to display then I'm prepared to look." And sometimes I see a lot! Customers coming to the till showing cleavage and then a lot more when they bend over to pick something up. Camel toe - seen them. Short skirts - yes again. Tight leg coverings - yes. Backsides like two round peaches. You get the idea. Makes any male bulge look ordinary.
That certainly puts it in perspective; sort of like pointing out a mole hill in a mountain range .......... or something like that.
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I never worry about this.
First, I don't have the sort of heavy-duty machinery
down there that's going to impress anybody, let alone
scare them.
Second, my usual choice of skirt fabric is a camouflage
in more ways than one.
Third, I see more anatomically explicit display in what
women are wearing nowadays. And, of course, I have
absolutely no objection to seeing that!

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Sinned wrote:
Mon Jun 29, 2020 11:22 am
misha, I see it this way, "If they are prepared to display then I'm prepared to look." And sometimes I see a lot! Customers coming to the till showing cleavage and then a lot more when they bend over to pick something up. Camel toe - seen them. Short skirts - yes again. Tight leg coverings - yes. Backsides like two round peaches. You get the idea. Makes any male bulge look ordinary.
The male bulge IS ordinary, half of the planet have them! why the hangups? Although I must admit I bought a tight black shiny skirt which I certainly wouldn't wear in public, far, far too revealing! So maybe you have a point!
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Big and Bashful wrote:
Tue Jun 30, 2020 4:54 pm
The male bulge IS ordinary, half of the planet have them! why the hangups?
Although I must admit I bought a tight black shiny skirt which I certainly
wouldn't wear in public, far, far too revealing! So maybe you have a point!
B & B - VERY Punny :D :rofl:

I watched your latest video clip and, truthfully, I don't get why you call yourself
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Hi Al,
Big and bashful; I am big as in 21 stone or more and significantly over 6 feet tall, One of my claims to fame while I was an apprentice was weighing 1.5 stone more than a rather small family of 4 folk, which was silly! I am not horrendously fat, just heavy and large, vertically as well as having a significant waistline! As for the bashful bit, I am happy to talk to strangers in bars, I am happy as a trainer on stage in front of a couple of hundred people, however, if you saw me pressed into going to a party or a dance, you will see someone feeling like an outcast, unable to join in or feel part of things, getting more and more drunk in a futile effort to relax. I suppose Bashful isn't the right word, but it seemed like a name that had a certain ring to it! It also keeps my ID here separate to my identity on the rest of t'Internet.
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I remember the controversy some years ago when the sprinter Linford Christie wore tight Lycra (spandex) shorts. He had some very significant assets which attracted the attention of the ladies , mostly in a favourable way for him. My advice is don’t worry just be proud of what you’ve got.
I’ve also heard of some guys padding out the fronts of speedos. What’s that all about?
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Apparently Queen Victoria's initial fascination with Albert was centred on his tight trousers -- the appearance of a bulge has royal approval.
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