The picture Kendra posted of Eric Balfour a few days ago was quite a treat, but tell me truthfully, ladies: have you ever seen a man dressed like that? In person? These days, a guy has to be a rockstar to wear pants that tight, and you can’t even count on them anymore! In Slave, I left Cat either completely naked or wearing tight breeches with a strategic piece of fabric missing, and, looking back, I think my motivation for that was due to the current trend in men’s fashion for pants that are not just comfortably loose, but fall into the crotch-at-the-knees-and-nearly-falling-off category.
Who came up with that style? Certainly not a woman! It’s no secret that a tight pair of buns is one of those things that a woman looks for in a man, but nowadays it’s hard to tell where a man’s buns are, let alone get an idea of what they might look—or feel—like. I once followed a young man around Barnes & Noble waiting for his pants to finally succumb to gravity and puddle around his ankles, but needless to say, they never did. And so I was left to wonder how he kept them hanging in such a precarious position. Velcro?
Used to be you could at least count on plumbers to show a bit of backside skin, but there must be a profession-wide campaign against low-riding pants, because I’ve dealt with no fewer than five plumbers since my plumbing woes began last November, and while all were relatively young and most were cute, they all had their shirts tucked in and their pants securely belted. What a disappointment!
Men like to see women in tight, revealing clothes, and I’d be willing to bet that some girls have to use pliers to zip up their jeans! Don’t men have any idea that we girls like to see a little something, too? I mean, just look at our book covers!
So, I say: Women of the world unite! Bring back tight jeans!