Woman’s husband likes to wear pantyhose – Sentinel and Enterprise
Six of us work together as top aides to the head of our organization. For the past nine years, we have all sat in our office for lunch. A new director joined our organization this past year and for some reason feels entitled to drop in whenever he pleases. He drops in unannounced and always commands our attention. Every day when we sit down to lunch, in he comes and tries to join our conversation. I even put files on my spare chair, but he sat on the floor to talk to me! Our boss is a kind person and does not say anything about the frequent interruptions, so the rest of us have to suffer through it.
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. One need only consider the stereotypical femme fatale, offering a tantalising glimpse of her black lace stocking tops, to begin to appreciate the cultural significance of women's hosiery. More mundanely, pantyhose or tights 1 were, until fairly recently, a routine part of the dress code for secretaries and other female office workers, no matter what their rank.
Many men are wearing pantyhose and I have done tuns of research on it as well as have had my man wearing pantyhose. The first thing I would like to point out is I have seen doctors recommend pantyhose to men for leg circulation. Reports have show this to actually help poor circulation.