So Chic Stilettos & Stockings @ Fameshed maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Fa MESHed/212/119/1001maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Gos/126/128/301 youtu.be/1Ts Vjv Ekc4s Thanks Jake for your help.
DP saying that he likes the contrast and the glimpse of flesh too so we may be arriving to the reasons of why stockings and suspenders turn men on. He just saw the light and thought that i may be also because I am wearing something sexy that I know he likes it, but he has just tried to fix it saying that I look sexy all the time no idea. lol.i do think it's symbolic of a woman lifting her skirt either accidentally or not, the sight of the tops of stockings meaning that the viewer has seen something "forbidden".
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I have a thing for men who wear suspenders - or 'braces' in British English - but I find 'suspenders' (or garter belts in Amercian English) that hold up socks a complete turn off.
If a guy can't keep his socks up without help, it makes me wonder what else he won't be able to keep up Surely lots of Women wear stockings because they are more comfortable though, maybe just maybe it's because men find Women sexually attractive, maybe a glimpse of stocking would remind them of what is above said stocking. A bit like a song forever reminding us of the first occasion we heard it.