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Originally Posted by tiger02
Anyone want to cop to gettin it up while preening?

That depends if YOU are going to!
 

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LabelKing no doubt will cite Edward Sexton describing his clients' reactions when fitted with a wardrobe he created for a film...
 

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The sight of a man dressed for business is a very powerful image that can trigger feelings of inadequacy in the viewer and feed into typical sadist/ masochist scenarios (BDSM) with one sexual partner appearing to have the upper hand merely by virtue of outward appearance.

----- So by dressing well, can we cause resentment, inadequacy in others, jealously as well as admiration, respect etc. The power of clothing, aha, my new book title
lol
 

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Originally Posted by Soph
The sight of a man dressed for business is a very powerful image that can trigger feelings of inadequacy in the viewer and feed into typical sadist/ masochist scenarios (BDSM) with one sexual partner appearing to have the upper hand merely by virtue of outward appearance.

----- So by dressing well, can we cause resentment, inadequacy in others, jealously as well as admiration, respect etc. The power of clothing, aha, my new book title
lol

I dunno, sounds awfully Machiavellian...
 

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Originally Posted by Soph
The sight of a man dressed for business is a very powerful image that can trigger feelings of inadequacy in the viewer and feed into typical sadist/ masochist scenarios (BDSM) with one sexual partner appearing to have the upper hand merely by virtue of outward appearance.

Someone better tell my girlfriend.
 

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On eBay:

"There are just a few drops of semen in the crotch area. Nothing bad, just a few drops."
 

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So where are the heterosexual women with this fetish??
 

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Related fetishes
  • Shoe fetishism: As some heterosexual men are aroused by women’s shoes, some homosexual men are aroused by men’s formal shoes (such as wingtips) that are used in business wear.
 

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Yeeeah. That last one applies to like half the people that post regularly in Men's Clothing. Shoe porn indeed!!!
 

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Wow, there is something incredibly disturbing about that wikipedia entry.
Besides, who spends a buttload of money on a bespoke suit only to have some chick...well...you get the picture.
 

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Originally Posted by Jovan
On eBay:

"There are just a few drops of semen in the crotch area. Nothing bad, just a few drops."


Or from a rental tux.
 

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First time I have heard of a jacket lining fetish...
 

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