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Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Pole Dancing Shoes in Australia



Not all pole dancers are ladies, and not all pole dancing ladies end their performances naked or almost naked. However, there are quite a number who do. With so much skin on show and almost nothing else being worn, a pole dancer’s footwear is even more important to her. Not only does it mean she is not completely in her birthday suit, they also give her much needed support for what is physically demanding and potentially dangerous performance.

Sunday, March 1, 2015

Ankle Boots with High Heels

Women’s footwear comes in a very wide range of styles and colours. The demand is ever changing, partly due to the very nature of fashion and also partly because the competitiveness of consumers who want something different to their peers. Therefore, while designers try to stay ahead of the market and offer ladies something different enough to be noticed but not too different, retail outlets have a range of products which never remains static.

Friday, January 9, 2015

High Heel Shoes for Men are More Popular than You Think

Although high heel shoes are almost always seen on women’s feet, that does not mean that men don’t wear them too. We’re not talking about transvestites, transsexuals and men who like to wear sexy shoes designed for ladies, although these are commonly sold and regular stock items. It may come as a bit of a surprise that many men, those who we see every day, are actually wearing shoes or boots with concealed height-enhancing heels.

Wednesday, November 12, 2014

The sexiest footwear for pole dancing


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The mostly men, and some women, who enjoy watching the sexiest ladies strutting their stuff around a stainless steel pole in the evening just care about entertainment. Some of them are nothing more than spectators who enjoy what they see.

Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Men Wearing High Heels is More Common than Many People Presume

Unlike most other aspects of our appearance, including the quality, shape and colour of our skin and bodies, we are unable to use medicine, diet or surgery to alter our height. For many people, especially those who want to fit into social circles or gain some respect from peers or subordinates, being short is a terrible handicap. 

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Sunday, August 24, 2014

High Heels For Adult Males



There are many of our physical appearances which can be altered by our lifestyles and plastic surgery. General physique, such as body fat and muscle, can be improved by exercise and a healthy diet. Complexion is also affected by one’s diet and a good balance of daylight and sleep. And what we can’t change by our own hard work can often be modified under the scalpel of a plastic surgeon. However, there’s one physical appearance characteristic which is very difficult, if not impossible, to change. Our genes and DNA nearly always dictate how tall we grow, and our height can affect so many other things in our lives.
Other than travelling by passenger plane or in a small car, or other confined space, being tall is generally more convenient than being short. Why is this so? Tall people get noticed more easily, and more often than not command more respect from their peers. This does not mean that short people are inadequate, but they often have to try harder to be noticed, listened to or succeed. There are some very famous men in the world who are or were vertically challenged, and these include Hollywood actors as well as military and political leaders and musical composers. Michael J. Fox (1m 63cm), Woody Allen (1m 65cm), and Dustin Hoffman (1m 67cm) are all household names from the movie screen, and Napoleon Bonaparte (1m 68cm) was the Emperor of The French in the early nineteenth century. Ludwig van Beethoven was even shorter than all of them.
Females can easily increase their perceived height to either look more attractive or gain some respect (often both) by wearing a pair of high-heel shoes or boots. These can be in a variety of colours and designs, and women’s fashion is most often led by footwear, especially items with heels as high as 6” or more. However, when men want to feel or look taller than they were created, things are quite different. For a man to openly wear a pair of height-increasing footwear is regarded as quite odd. In fact, instead of earning him more respect, it is likely to have the opposite effect. All is not lost though. There are lots of options of men’s high heels, including concealed high heels in shoes and boots. Men of all walks of life (no pun intended) can now confidently wear a pair of shoes or boots which increase his height without drawing unwanted or unnecessary attention. Shopping for such items online is also very common, due to the sensitive nature of the situation for some customers.