Tuesday, August 23, 2016

WOMAN KNOW THYSELF: BENEFITS Of GOING COMMANDO!!!


HAPPY TUESDAY NNIGHT To ALL of My CRAZY COOL Family, Friends, Frats, Fans, Followers, Frenemies, and FANTABULICIOUSTICAL Funky, Fresh, Fly Folk of ALL Colors, Shapes, Sizes, Flavors, Persuasions, and Denominations!!!

This is a re-post. This is a RE-POST. THIS is a RE-POST.

Yours Truly CCG had been thinking that he had not put up aWOMAN KNOW THYSELF post in quite some time, so; going through the CRAZY COOL GROOVY!!! archives, found this one from SATURDAY, AUGUST 31, 2013; 11:55 PM EST.

CCG was born and raised in NEW ORLEANS, and;  since evacuating New Orleans due to the coming onslaught of HURRICANE KATRINA, now resides in ATLNTA.

The bottom line to that is that the summertime heat in both cities is most UNFORGIVING, and the month of AUGUST really is the HOTTEST MONTH Of The YEAR.

LADIES;

Give yourselves a break!!!

You need to BREATHE. YOU need to let your body breathe, because; Your BODY  needs to BREATHE. Your VAGINA needs to BREATHE.

So without further ado; from 08-31-13 at 11:55 PM; here are some the BENEFITS Of GOING COMMANDO:

HAPPY SATURDAY NIGHT to ALL of My CRAZY COOL GROOVY Luscious Life-Loving Ladies of ALL Colors, Shapes, Sizes, Flavors, Persuasions, and Denominations!!!

LADIES;

To WEAR panties, or; to NOT WEAR panties; that is the question.

How do YOU feel about going sans underwear while in public???

Do you EVER dare to go bare down there, OR; do must you ALWAYS have your privates covered???

Singer CHRISTINA AGUILERA said;
Going pantyless is "empowering,I like to be as free as possible at all times."
During a recent appearance on E! show, FASHION POLICE, Supermodel CHRISSY TEIGEN stated that she never wears underwear.

CHRISSY TEIGEN said;"
I just don't like it, I don't like it.".  
Domestic Goddess NIGELLA claims that she generally doesn't wear underthings.

NIGELLA says;
"I don't need to because I always wear a long skirt." 
Stepping out sans panties is becoming such a fashion move that more and more ladies are daring to give themselves a little air down there.

It is also not just a fashion statement. There are some legitimate healthful benefits that are associated with leaving your undies at home.

BUTT; it is NOT exactly a new trend.

For centuries, women around the world have been bold and breezy enough to go au naturel beneath their clothing.

If you are thinking about joining the COMMANDO CLUB, check out this coverage from COSMOPOLITAN:
COMMANDO PERKS:
Skipping your undies has practical advantages. First, you eliminate that dreaded wardrobe woe, visible panty lines. Second, you’ll never do an emergency load of laundry because you’ve run out of clean underwear.
But it’s also about reveling in your sexy side.

Clinical Sexologist Dr AVA CADELL says;
“Not wearing panties is risqué; you get a naughty rush knowing you’re so exposed. Removing the barrier that shields your intimate anatomy makes you more in touch with your innate sensuality. 
Another benefit to being bare: how it affects your man. Whisper that you’re pantyless and his lust level will instantly soar. Even if you don’t clue him in, he’ll still be burning with desire.

Dr. CADELL says;
“Without underwear blocking your body, a man has an easier time picking up on your pheromones, which are natural chemicals you emit below the belt that make you attractive to guys.” 

GLAMOUR goes in on the Commando Community:

You've heard the whole "let it air out" argument, right???

So should you kick off your undies before bed, or; leave them on???

Blogger LESLIE GOLDMAN says;
"Go commando. Underwear can trap moisture ... and encourage yeast to multiply."
Scientists are finding that bacteria are becoming smarter and more resistant to certain medicines. Thus, more women are having more episodes of YEAST INFECTIONS that are now increasingly more severe.

And, with all the talk about SUPER YEAST, this information should be all that you need to know when you are deciding whether or not to toss your knickers at night.

However, if  even at night you need to be covered; COTTON-crotch underwear are best.

BLACK WOMEN and women of other ethnicities who yearn to be panty-free, but; are BLESSED with a Bountiful Backside, or; women whose vaginas freely lubricate without provocation, or; BOTH, can easily relate to RENAY ALIZE who just wants to LET HER BREATHE.

BARE-DOWN-THERE DRAWBACKS:
Ditching your undies has a few small pitfalls. One minor risk is a rash that can result from the delicate skin down below chafing against your pants. Another is pubic lice, aka crabs — parasites that are usually transmitted via sex but can live on towels and other surfaces.
Going panty-free during your period makes you more vulnerable to infections.

CEDARS-SINAI HOSPIATL OB/GYN Dr. LISA MASTERSON says;
“Anytime you use a tampon, your vaginal opening is more exposed, allowing bacteria to enter and trigger bacterial vaginosis or a urinary tract infection”

What about ordinarry daily discharge?

Dr. MASTERSON says;
Without panties, the inside of your clothes may end up with a slight trace. But it’s not a health risk. “As long as you wash your private parts daily, you won’t increase your odds of developing an infection.”
LADIES;

The evidence seems to point towards at least going panty-free when you go to sleep at night.

So, here you see that it is all at once COMFORTABLE, SEXY, and HEALTHY.

Ultimately though, it is all about personal preference..You can choose to go without underwear as often, or; as seldom as you choose.

The BEST part is - NOBODY HAS TO KNOW... unless you choose to SHARE.

HAPPY WOMAN KNOW THYSELF - TAKE OFF YOUR PANTIES Have A COMFORTABLE, SEXY, And HEALTHY  SATURDAY NIGHT!!!

PEACE, LOVE, And BLESSINGS;

-CCG

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90 comments:

  1. See "Pantiless in NYC" for a good account of how to cure yeast infections ... not just treat symptoms with dubious results ... permanently.

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    1. THANKS!!! I'm sure that there are many women out there who could benefit from that information.

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    2. FROM THE INTERNET
      "it's been awhile since i was in high school, but do schoolgirls nowadays really routinely go pantie-less with a skirt like that"
      Yes, indeed women, especially young women, seem 2B a lot more open 2 the idea (hardly a new idea at all - check your fashion history) that pantiless is quite, a in VERY MUCH acceptable aven PREFERRED ... & if the experts R right, knicker/thong/G-string/pantiless is a lot more healthy with fresh air an sunshine versus warm, dark, moist "pastures" 4 yeast and other germs and "gunk" down there! "As you like it" is best and Mother Nature very likely knows best for u2 go "au naturel"!!! Try it, get used 2 it, and a lot of folks say, you will never g back to panty-prison. GOOGLE on Why I Don't Wear Underwear .. also on Ditch Your Panties.

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    3. KEY TO GOOD HEALTH

      http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-3573984/Women-say-key-good-health-NOT-wearing-knickers-sounds-extraordinary-evidence-surprising.html#ixzz4OOx4U5eP

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  2. It seems so obvious that it hardly needs mentioning that the MORE u spend on underwear, the less u have to spend on outerwear ... or anything else for that matter. Add to it that without panties in particular (thongs, g-strings, kinckers, bloomers or whatever u call 'em -- usually paying more & more for less & less --- less fabric & less being covered up) u r far more likely to prevent thrush, yeast infections & goodness knows what else "down there" & spend your bank roll on gynecologists & other health treatments. (See Pantiless in NYC & WHat's Up Down There for gynecologists' advice on this subject.) So the Scottish kilt (without anything underneath) & going commando make more sense every day!

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    1. See this posting on the Cost of a Vagina -- with or preferrably without any yeast catching dark, moist, warm yeast colonies:

      "This Is How Much It Costs to Own a Vagina: An Itemized List Given the national debate regarding birth control coverage, it's increasingly clear that many people have no idea how much it costs it to own a vagina — folks are getting up in arms about the idea that the pill could set uninsured women back about $1000 a year, but in the grand scheme of things, that's nothing. Do you even know just how much you're shelling out for your clam? Were you aware of the fact that in your 20s alone, you will spend over $26,000 on vaginal maintenance? Herewith, we do the math on just how much that cooter is costing you. Note: Annual quantities of drugstore-type purchases and personal grooming treatments are estimates based on Jezebel staffers' personal experiences.
      "Birth Control Studies show that oral contraceptives have been used by about 80 percent of women in the U.S. at some point in their lives. And it's a huge expense—particularly so without health insurance. While Planned Parenthood does offer generic forms of certain pills at a discount, many women are prescribed specific pills for specific reasons and thus, cut-rate pills are not an option. Birth control pills are made of hormones—sometimes just one hormone and sometimes a combination of two hormones (progesterone and estrogen). The combinations and sequences vary and are selected for each patient to distinctly meet her needs. For example, women with polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) will need a different level of hormones than other women and thus, her presciption needs to be carefully managed under a doctor's care. The same goes with women suffering from irregular menses, dysmenorrhea, vaginal bleeding, ruptured cysts, or hemorrhagic cyst. That being said, birth control can cost a woman up to $129.99 per pill pack. Because they are taken daily like vitamins and not simply whenever a woman has sex like Viagra, a woman goes through a pill pack every 28 days. So this is actually what Sandra Fluke meant when she testified that it would set back law students $3000 over the course of law school if insurance didn't help defray the cost of birth control.Advertisement$129.99 a pack at 13 packs per year: $1689.87"
      See the whole (pun not necesarily intended) story including bloomers, best used only when bicycling!
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      Tampons & Maxipads
      Yes, there are reusable devices, like the Diva Cup (which has its own cult-like following), but about 70 percent of American women use tampons. And on average, a woman will, in her lifetime, use more than 11,000 tampons or pads. That's a lot of disposable cotton. And it's a necessity. Could you imagine if we just free-flowed? The entire world would look like a murder scene.
      My Bloody Initiation Into The Diva Cup Cult My Bloody Initiation Into The Diva Cup Cult My Bloody Initiation Into The Diva Cup Cult
      After discovering that my favorite tampons, O.B. Ultra, had been discontinued (yes, they're… Read more Read more
      $6.79 per box at Drugstore.com, at 9 boxes of tampons per year: $61.11
      $7.99 per package of maxi pads at Drugstore.com, at 7 packages a year: $59.43

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  3. THANKS to both of you for commenting, and your insight!!!

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    1. Panties, nickers, thongs, g-strings or whatever else they're called are a rather recent addition to women's fashion & make is pretty obvious that our ancestors were a lot wiser & more experienced in NOT WEARING ANYTHING "DOWN THERE" than modern slaves to fashion who suffer yeast infections & goodness knows (or sees) what else where they should be wearing "plain air" & freedom. Unless it's a very cold day, panties are a modern day health hazard ... best eliminated from women's wardrobe altogether.

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    2. CRYSTAL COLLINS-WHY I DON'T WEAR UNDERWEAR

      "Hi Crystal,

      I really enjoyed your article. My husband raised an eyebrow or two when he found out that I don’t wear underwear to the gym. Lol. I’m not stinky up my good panties. Then, he really freaked out when he found out that I don’t wear panties outside of the gym. Lol. It feels better.

      I like your sense of humor and bravery. I know my mom would gasp if she found out that I’m often panty-free. I’m going to forward this article to her and wait for my phone to blow up. Lol.

      Thanks again,
      Tee from CA"

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  4. Indeed, fight yeast infections, eliminate the cause: panties

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    1. Indeed. FIGHT in the name of GOOD HEALTH!!!

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  5. I would suggest Googling & reading up on the history of women's underwear ... it's pretty much a blank page until fairly recent times ... in short, our ancestors knew what they were doing when men wore loin cloths of sorts & women didn't & also didn't trap moisture, germs, disease & infections, using fresh air & sunshine to their advantage & hygiene. Women's fashion seems to have ranged from keeping women off of the workforce/competition with men for jobs/freedom of movement&sports activities to instruments of torture in the use of corsets & foot binding!!!

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  6. See the "cost of Having a Vagina" for more disadvantages of panties!

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    1. I did read a few of the various "Cost of Having A Vagina" articles. It blew my mind as far as the actual financial responsibility that accompanies having a VAGINA.

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    2. Indeed, look things "up" under the title of "Ditch Your Panties" & see just what disadvantages there are to buying,cleaning, etc. panties. No wonder so many gals are taking up "panty burning parties" with the idea of eliminating them forever from their wardrobe & budget! About the only loss (read Pantiless in NYC) would be to the gynecologists booming business in prescribing remedies for yeast infections/explosiong "down there"!

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    3. Indeed, it's a wonder women ever took to "panties" "g-strings" "thongs" or whatever ... check up some museums regarding women's fashion ... there's even a museum of menstruation, one of the few reasons to put anything between female legs on rare occasions of going "abroad" when subject to a "period" ... naturally such devices/garments became pretty much absurd once tampons came on to the scene for feminine hygiene!

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    4. I guess you really can learn something new every day! I did not know that there was a Museum of MENSTRUATION. Ladies, Let yourselves BREATHE

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  7. Indeed. Read: Ditch Your Panties & Pantiless in NYC (as well as History of Unmentionables) about how panties/ g-strings, thongs, etc. are covering up & making things wet, warm & dark for a great place for yeast & other infections. Treat the cause (& not the symptoms) by getting out of panties completely & permanently.... saves money & laundry too!

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    1. GREAT OPTIONS - Money, Time, and Household Chores Savings!!!

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      History from Below: Women's Underwear and the Rise of Women's Sport (with particular emphasis on tampons & their role in women advancing in employment, athletic competition

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    3. Reference:
      "Did Native Americans wear undergarments before contact with Europeans?
      Kathleen Kelley - Sugarland, Texas

      "Not really—but then, neither did Europeans wear underwear before contact with Native Americans. American Indian men and women wore loin- or breechcloths, which might be considered undergarments or outer garments, depending on climate and tribal lifestyle. But what we deem “going commando” today was more the norm until the 18th century—among native peoples and Europeans.
      "Adrienne Smith (Cherokee/Muscogee Nations of Oklahoma)
      Manager, ImagiNATIONS Activity Center, National Museum of the American Indian"

      "Read more: http://www.smithsonianmag.com/smithsonian-institution/the-history-of-going-commando-and-more-questions-from-our-readers-74338606/#ilWIgrwpL40UYCJo.99

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    4. So COMMANDO really is AMERICAN!!!

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  8. What Lies Beneath?
    For some of the world’s best-dressed women, the answer is nothing. We get to the bottom of the underwear-free trend.
    • October 16, 2013 11:01 AM | by Vanessa Lawrence W MAGAZINE P 122
    Media scrutiny of Gwyneth Paltrow’s fashion choices is nothing new, but throughout a circuit of public appearances this spring, the clothes she had on her person attracted less attention than the ones she had apparently left at home: her bra and panties. At the Los Angeles premiere of Iron Man 3, the actress was extensively photographed in a sheer Antonio Berardi gown that showcased several inches of her Tracy Anderson–toned derriere. (The look introduced a new term into the sartorial lexicon: “side butt.”) Later that month, when Paltrow accepted an award at the Gene Siskel Film Center gala in Chicago dressed in a white Alexander McQueen minidress, the blogosphere had a field day discussing her prominent nipplitis and unsupported bosom. And a few days afterward, there she was again, letting it all hang out in an ivory Prabal Gurung halter top while speaking at the 2013 Licensing Expo in Las Vegas.

    From left: Anne Hathaway’s pointy Prada, in February; Gwyneth Paltrow’s big reveal, in April.
    Going commando used to be the hallmark of provocative young celebs, whose drunken crotch flashes (Paris Hilton) and nipple slips (Lindsay Lohan) helped make TMZ a household name. But these days, elegant women, wearing elegant clothes at elegant events, are also embracing an ¬underwear-free lifestyle—and risking the same wardrobe malfunctions as their less classy counterparts. At the Cannes Film Festival, Eva Longoria inadvertently showed off her bikini waxer’s handiwork as she ascended a staircase in a slit-to-there mint green Versace gown. Anne Hathaway had a similar experience while exiting a car in a Tom Ford dress at the 2012 New York premiere of Les Misérables, much to the delight of the awaiting paparazzi. The Prada ensemble she wore at the Academy Awards, meanwhile, inspired two salacious new Twitter handles: @HathawayNipple and @AnnesNipples.
    So what’s behind this sudden aversion to under things? Are we entering a new phase of fashion feminism à la the Age of Aquarius? Emily Weiss, the much photographed founder of the hit beauty blog Into the Gloss, has taken a stance that would make Gloria Steinem proud. “A lot of bra marketing is about transforming you into something you aren’t,” Weiss says. “It’s about creating this male image of what’s sexy: pushing your boobs together, making them look three sizes bigger. It’s feeding a lie instead of supporting your body or making you excited to put something on because it looks really pretty.” And so, Weiss generally goes brassiere-free.
    Though Weiss’s lingerie philosophy is personal rather than political, according to Valerie Steele, the director of the Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York, it is still very much in line with the ethos of the ’60s and ’70s. Back then, women rebelled against the torpedo-¬boobed “sweater girl” prototype of decades past by embracing a more natural look—and, famously, trashed their bras in 1968 in protest of the Miss America pageant. “It was liberation of the body,” Steele says. “The idea was that you were naturally beautiful and perfect the way you were.”

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  9. W MAG CONTINUED:But just because women like Weiss are rejecting a Maxim magazine ideal of hotness doesn’t mean they’re uninterested in looking appealing—quite the opposite, in fact. “Going without a bra can look very sexy,” says Carly Cushnie, who with her partner, Michelle Ochs, designs the body-conscious fashion line Cushnie et Ochs. “But it’s sexy in a completely different way. It’s laid-back and less obvious.”
    And in the realm of high fashion, it’s really nothing new. Yves Saint Laurent famously sent braless models down his runways in even the sheerest of tops starting in the ’70s. Today, you’d be hard-presssed to spot a bra on any Fashion Week catwalk—unless it’s being treated as outerwear.
    Lola Rykiel, the head of U.S. communications for Sonia Rykiel, says that when her grandmother introduced her signature striped sweaters sans brassieres in the ’60s, “she wasn’t saying ‘Burn your bra’ or whatever. She was just showing a sophisticated and natural way of wearing a sweater. It was not exhibitionist; it was about a sense of freedom.” The elder Rykiel never wore a bra, and her fashionable granddaughter is following her lead. A formfitting dress, Lola says, can “get killed” by the lumps and bumps that straps impose upon a silhouette.
    The below-the-waist corollary to that is, of course, the ¬visible panty line. The jewelry designer and girl about town Genevieve Jones admits that she occasionally leaves her knickers at home to avoid that fashion faux pas. “It’s just with thin materials or things with cutouts that I don’t want to show underwear,” she explains.
    Until now, the alternative was to squeeze into a girdle or, more recently, a pair of Spanx, designed to provide a glass-smooth foundation for all manner of outfits. But the era of body shapers may be coming to a close. Those thigh-length undergarments are not suited for the revealing silhouettes currently dominating the red carpet—if there’s anything more unappealing than a panty seam on the cheek, it’s a glimpse of suntan beige control top. What’s more, those glorified Ace bandages aren’t exactly comfortable and can result in a frozen, cyborg-like ¬silhouette—the body equivalent of an over-Botox-ed face. The stylist Kate Young, whose clients include ¬Natalie Portman and Michelle Williams, describes that phenomenon as “a tube of butt. It’s so gross,” she says. “The whole point of an ass is that it shakes when you walk. It should move.”

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  10. wWMAG CONCLUDED:But, of course, it shouldn’t move too much. With ¬actresses and civilians alike now putting in elite-athlete-worthy hours at the gym and juicing themselves down to 8 percent body fat, it makes sense that they’d want to show off the results. “Certain people don’t wear underwear to prove that they don’t have to,” Young says. “The message is ‘Look, my body’s so incredibly good, I don’t need any help.’ I would say it’s a fuck-you move.”
    Whatever the motivation, even the most ardent underwear avoiders admit there are some situations that call for ¬covering up. “I mean, I’m not going to church in a sheer top without a bra,” says Jones, adding that she also wears a little something from Kiki de Montparnasse or Agent Provocateur for business meetings. “They’re all in suits, so the least I can do is wear a bra.” According to Young, nipples should be the deciding factor. “If they’re going to poke out, you should probably at least wear silicone covers so construction workers aren’t going to hoot at you the whole day,” she says.
    Jones, on the other hand, thinks visible nipples, in the right context, “are amazing—something a woman shouldn’t be embarrassed about. I’ve worn things that I only discovered were sheer when the flashbulbs went off,” she says with a shrug. “I would be more bothered by a zit on my face.”
    And Weiss, who is often seen sporting vintage denim shirts unbuttoned to mid-sternum—a look that, though popularized by such mainstream outlets as the J. Crew catalog, puts a bra-free girl at major risk of revealing more than she intended—also isn’t sweating the idea of giving strangers a peek. “What’s the worst that could happen?” she asks. “We all have them, we’ve all seen them, what’s the big deal? At the end of the day, they’re just boobs.”

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  11. THANK YOU for your vast contribution to this conversation!!! Personally, I DO believe that REGARDLESS of SIZE, a woman who is comfortable enough in her own skin to go without panties is the ultimate in SEXY.

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    1. Good point. Once again, panties (thongs, G-strings, bloomers [as in Emilia "Emma" Bloomer's bicycling drawers based upon "Haram pants"], whatever) are historically a very, very recent & unhealthy invention/imposition upon women's fashion. The sooner they are at least "optional" & at best unheard of the better (most any kilt wearing Scotsman or woman ought to know that they completely un-traditional & best left out of the wardrobe). Read up on "Pantiless Emily"/ Emilysans for the joys & advantages of being one's natural self!

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  12. Unfortunately, since the 1920's & the addition of "flashers" (pastel colored "panties" for dancing -- the colors designed to please & delight the viewing audience being enterained at night clubs, etc. -- why else offer them in such a pretty variety of colors -- to display in the chorus line or can can) to modern living created a great oportunity for adding (both manufacturing & advertising for) a new product to women's wardrobe (& patterns of spending on so called "necessities").

    Once you have a market (as in CREATED NEED) for something people never even knew existed or had any idea they "had to have"/ suddenly "couldn't live without," business is reluctant to give up this pretty little gold mine in the buyer's psyche. Voila a market that nobody would willing abandon, regardless of women's health & well being!

    Elastic being a relatively recent discovery, that's about all the history these unmentionables (that really were not there to be in the history books) have!! Pump on the advertising & the fad becomes a institution & necessity of society. So much over wearing just about nothing!

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    1. 100% AGREED!!! The irony is that the same argument could be made regarding other elements of culture, i.e. How did we ever live without cellphones???

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    2. At least cell phones had some useful purpose ... panties, not quite so useful or effective at doing anything!

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    3. Except for growing yeasty beasties precisely where u would most like not to have them!!!

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    4. Isn't that what MARKETING & especially ADVERTISING r all about, creating & then turning a desire/ in short a "WANT"/ something-u-never-even-thought-or-even-heard-of into a NECESSITY ... at least socially a necessity ... to covet ... as in "NEED." Then the only left to do is provide the availability (supply) & means (ability to pay for it) to have a thriving (free) marketplace! Too bad they're unhealthy & in essence uncomfortable (too, too sweaty & all that often too tight --- even cutting off circulation --- durn that elastic & VPL's).

      The trouble with panties however is, like many other thing on the market, r a health hazard & unless it's a very cold & windy day "down there" have "no use."

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  13. And the way things are going, these "postage stamps on dental floss" called underwear/panties/ g-strings/or what not, are practically disappearing before our eyes ... lately, they'e taking the form of disposable pasties to line ones jeans or short-short shorts ... I think "anti-panty" is the recent marketing term for them. At least we are getting rid, permanently, of panty-lines!

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    1. Yes; PANTY LINES Must GO!!!

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    2. And the best way to eliminate panty lines (permanently & completely) is to have a "panty burning party" or whatever. On the other hand one might as well just vow to stop buying them ever again & make use of them for cleaning rags once they are worn/torn & never replace them ... apparently the favorite use for old pantyhose & tights & nylon stockings is to give them a last washing & "stuff" what's left in making toys or throw pillows.

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  14. Suggested Reading: Janet & Peter Phillips - History from Below: Women's Underwear and the Rise of Women's Sport (with particular emphasis on tampons & their role in women advancing in employment, athletic competition & many other aspects of life formerly restricted or "taboo" as far as females were concerned. At least the world has been fairly successful in curbing or at least elimination foot binding, corsets & other means of torture suppression of women in the economy & society! Also refer The Journal of Popular Culture about suppression of women (& others)!!

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    1. For a better understanding of women's fashion history (there isn't any for panties prior to about 1935 & adaptations much like diapers in the Sears catalogue) try Googling "Chemise" for what women wore under their skirts (the only thing that they ever wore... if anything at all.. under their shirts) ... probably since the invention of clothing or the Time of sewing together a few leaves to newly discovered nakedness in the Garden of Eden,

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    2. Back to Basics, BACK To NATURE!!!

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  15. The things "we" or our so called "representatives" in politics, society, etc. DO to keep women barefoot & pregnant & in their "proper places" (such as flat on their backs either getting pregnant or having babies)!!! Unfortunately, of all the problems in the world, like wars, poverty, hunger, disease, over-crowding, all of them are made all the more painful by over-population & cruel burdens on the environment.

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  16. NO panties is bestest!

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  17. See The Unofficial Underwear Issue - Creative Loafing Charlotte

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  18. REFERENCE: The Unofficial Underwear Issue - Creative Loafing Charlotte

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  19. As the saying goes: History of Panties? There Isn't Any!!!

    Some times one wonders whether our ancestors ... over several thousands of years & much, much more ... were completely incompetent or very, very wise rather than complete fools about how they lived, especially when it came to women's "so called" fashion. After all what's the purpose of a skirt but to keep covered (& perhaps warm) while still being able to squat, pee & whatever else it took to get by (without growing yeast & goodness knows what else that likes to colonize where it's warm, dark & moist between their legs versus sunny, cool & full of fresh air & comfort) over the thousands of years it took to arrive at modern fashion.

    So let's ask the experts how they (women, civilization & the "hand that rocked what passed for the cradle throughout unrecorded history) got by in the panties department (for indeed, they never had any in the first place to take to a panty-burning party/festival ... & probably never thought of having any in the first place):

    History of panties? There isn't any. There weren't any panties. Unnecessary & unhealthy among other reasons such as economy & convenience/practicality:

    "Did Native Americans wear undergarments before contact with Europeans?
    Kathleen Kelley - Sugarland, Texas

    "Not really—but then, neither did Europeans wear underwear before contact with Native Americans. American Indian men and women wore loin- or breechcloths, which might be considered undergarments or outer garments, depending on climate and tribal lifestyle. But what we deem “going commando” today was more the norm until the 18th century—among native peoples and Europeans.
    "Adrienne Smith (Cherokee/Muscogee Nations of Oklahoma)
    Manager, ImagiNATIONS Activity Center, National Museum of the American Indian"

    "Read more: http://www.smithsonianmag.com/smithsonian-institution/the-history-of-going-commando-and-more-questions-from-our-readers-74338606/#ilWIgrwpL40UYCJo.99
    Give the gift of Smithsonian magazine for only $12! http://bit.ly/1cGUiGv
    Follow us: @SmithsonianMag on"

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    1. THANK YOU so very MUCH for this contribution to the American History perspective of this discussion!!!

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    2. For more & better information on the non-existent history of panties, thongs, bikini's, G-strings in Women's Fashion read up on the Chemise, which was (& is) just about the only-wear women favored for 99.999% of history. Also, interesting is the Museum of Menstruation & their publications regarding panties/diapers for "that time of the month" (& only that time of the month ... with the adoption of tampons, women have eliminated the need for panties/knickers altogether! Au naturel is what Mother Nature prescribed from the beginning & for today & beyond. The way what's called "panties" is shrinking in every way except price will be disappearing entirely in no time (& for the best of reasons -- health & hygiene -- & a few other good reasons as well, including comfort) as far as history goes!

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    3. Au Naturel is ALL NATURAL!!!

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  20. Indeed, no panties was probably one of the reasons they survived & prospered (& why modern women are in many ways, like foot binding, have been held back on the job, in the home & in sports* ... the way they come out ahead seems to be common sense & longevity). Panties are & always have been pretty much optional & probably the trend toward going commando --- the way they're growing smaller & almost vanishing uncomfortably away they should be gone for good in a generation or two --- indicates the sooner the better from more than one perspective!

    *Hurrah for contraceptives, freedom of choice on abortions, & tampons with respect to active living -- no panties necessary at any time of the month!)

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    1. Aaahhh, YES, a Salute to FREEDOM!!! Let yourself go, let yourself breathe, and let yourself LIVE FREE!!!

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      For a better understanding of women's fashion history (there isn't any for panties prior to about 1935 & adaptations cut" much like diapers displayed for sale in the Sears catalogue) try Googling "Chemise" for what women wore under their skirts (the only thing that they ever wore... if anything at all... under their shirts) ... probably since the invention of clothing or the Time of sewing together a few leaves 2 remedy (at least a little bit, fig leaf & all) the "problem" (which they never knew they had until then) of their newly discovered nakedness in the Garden of Eden!!!

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    3. Contraceptives --- & ditto for the growing (or at least much more acknowledged) popularity of anal sex & analonly lifestyles as far as a cheap, reliable & almost fool proof method of not getting pregnant!

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    1. THANKS!!! Just trying to do my part for WOMEN'S FREEDOM.

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    2. Section: Need to Know

      Before you dismiss this idea as an embarrassing disaster waiting to happen, hear us out — it has some very sexy perks

      • Lacy undies are pretty, and boy shorts are playfully sexy… but nothing has the seductive power of boldly ditching it all and going commando. Just Netflix Basic Instinct and you'll see why Sharon Stone's infamous sans-panties scene ranks as one of the hottest, hominess-inducing movie moments ever. But look, besides the obvious fact that being bare down there makes men practically faint with lust, it turns out that it also does some pretty amazing things for you, both mentally and physically. Cool. Here, Cosmo explains all the reasons to go out wearing… uh, more skin.

      You Have a Very Sexy Secret

      First off, a huge mood boost happens when you slip off your undies — partly because you're riding an I'm-being-naughty buzz but also because, according to scientists, there's brain chemistry involving the neurotransmitters adrenaline and dopamine at work.

      "Anytime you take a risk, even a small one like going commando, your body releases adrenaline, which increases your heart rate and energizes you," says clinical psychologist Sandor Gardos, PhD, a sex therapist in San Francisco. The fact that you're breaking the rules by going pantieless intensifies the rush. Mix in dopamine (often called the brain's pleasure chemical), which you secrete whenever you do something exciting, and you've just created an awesome feel-good cocktail.

      There's another thing your bareness is probably doing to your brain: making it think about sex. "Forgoing underwear helps you feel more in tune with your sexuality, so you're mentally always primed for action," points out Jennifer Berman, MD, director of Berman Women's Wellness Center, in Beverly Hills, California. (more to cum)

      SOURCE: JODI SMITH, AUTHOR OF FROM CLUELESS TO CLASS ACT MANNERS FOR THE MODERN WOMAN PHOTO (COLOR): We see London, we see France… We don't see any underpants.

      By Nicole Blades

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    3. THANK YOU for this information that many women indeed NEED To KNOW!!!

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    4. CRYSTAL COLLINS QUOTATION --- GIVE UP YEAST FARMING

      "Hi Crystal,

      I really enjoyed your article. My husband raised an eyebrow or two when he found out that I don’t wear underwear to the gym. Lol. I’m not stinky up my good panties. Then, he really freaked out when he found out that I don’t wear panties outside of the gym. Lol. It feels better.

      I like your sense of humor and bravery. I know my mom would gasp if she found out that I’m often panty-free. I’m going to forward this article to her and wait for my phone to blow up. Lol.

      Thanks again,
      Tee from CA"

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    points out Jennifer Berman, MD, director of Berman Women's Wellness Center, in Beverly Hills, California.

    Not Only That…

    It's good for your health too. Doctors say it's important to give your body a break from wearing underwear 24/7. "Tight panties, especially those made with synthetic fibers, can up your risk of vaginal irritation and infection," says Jennifer Wider, MD, author of The Doctor's Complete College Girls' Health Guide. Those with a cotton crotch let you breathe a bit more down there but are still constricting, adds Dr. Wider.

    Harmful bacteria thrive in moist environments, and underwear only helps to trap wetness. Add an increase in sweat to the mix — think wearing undies when exercising — and you're practically laying out a welcome mat for bacteria such as Candida (a type of yeast) and e. coli. "As a result, you could contract ayeast, urinary-tract, or other vagina] infection, ''says Dr. Wider. Going commando can let things air out

    Another plus to going naked is less irritation alter shaving or waxing. When you get rid of hair in that area. you also remove a very thin layer of overlying skin, making the tissue more sensitive. "Often, your skin is temporarily irritated afterward, which causes those annoying little red bumps." says Dr. Berman. "Wearing underwear can irritate the skin even more due to friction."

    …And As We Were Saying

    The typical male reaction to finding out you're totally bare: drool, pant, pant (or something like that).As you can guess, you without panties is an incredible turn-on for a guy, says Gardos. "He'll feel like you're ready for anything, and that puts his desire into Overdrive." And for guys too, the fact that you're commando isn't just a mental turn-on but a biological one as well, if you're uncovered, explains Gardos. the odors that contain pheromones — the natural chemicals you emit that attract men ma\ more easily waft into the air to be picked up subliminally by the primitive part of his brain. This could happen whether or not you've whispered your secret to him. Combine that chemical kick with the extraconfident sexual vibe you're radiating and you can do some serious damage.

    the Sexy Issue How to Exit a Car If You're Commando

    Friends don't let friends do the crotch shot. So we asked an etiquette expert for tips on keeping your hoo-ha out of sight. Take a cue from these dos and don'ts.

    Holy hot mess! Kim Zolciak, of The Real Housewives of Atlanta, clearly needs more practice. Keep those legs together, girl, and try a longer skirt next time. But, hey, at least her stripper boots are on theme.

    We don't know if Fergie really is commando…and that's the point. The key to a graceful exit is keeping the knees together and bracing one arm on the seat for leverage.

    SOURCE: JODI SMITH, AUTHOR OF FROM CLUELESS TO CLASS ACT MANNERS FOR THE MODERN WOMAN PHOTO (COLOR): We see London, we see France… We don't see any underpants.

    By Nicole Blades

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    1. YES!!! Going commando truly is FASHIONABLE. However, it should also put you in a heightened state of awareness with regards to your movement.

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    2. How to exit a car or carriage? Simple. As the saying goes down there in olde Mexico, you ought to have the good sense to keep your legs together if you're not wearing chones (see Playboy on the subject) ... unless you might happen to be some sort of naturalist (seeking to "make a statement" in order to change our way of looking at ourselves in public), exhibitionist (who cares not for what anybody else wants to impose on the world of "so called" fashion) or seeker of Sharon Stone shots as a way to fame, fortune & notoriety.

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    3. Practice, PRACTICE makes PERFECT!!! Will enough practice, you should have no problems exiting cars, walking up stairs, etc.

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  23. Yes, indeed, commando/ pantiless/ au naturel/ just plain back to nature is best, especially after shaving/plucking or dissolving the "fur" between your legs. What an irritation & invitation to other discomforts & problems. Whoever thought of panties /knickers in the first place ... certainly not women?!!

    Bras don't count for much either with Coopers Droop when u prevent your body from developing its own support! What's the French saying, to be "beautiful" you're supposed to suffer!!!

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    1. YES, Back to Nature is BEST!!! Let yourself BREATHE.

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    Extensive research needs to be done on why a society needs underwear.

    Certainly it’s not to shore up the fortunes of the cotton industry. To be specific, do women need to walk around wearing any ngotha?

    A ngothaless damsel is not one in distress as one told me: “The feeling is breathtaking,” stretching her arms wide as she lets off a sigh. “You know,” she continued, “This is how our fore mothers did it. They didn’t have panties. And that was life. ‘Downstairs’ was aerated, in constant inter phase with air.”

    We posed this question to Dr Dorothy Gwajima, the assistant director of curative services, Ministry of Health in Tanzania. She composes herself and offered: “That’s hard to answer. No research has been done on it. But hygiene comes automatically – depending on many factors.”

    She argued, a woman who works in the office and one who works at home may need different ways of keeping hygiene. The same would apply to one who works in a busy environment that demands lots of energy.

    “It is possible to walk around without underwear and nothing dramatic will happen. So far, there is no scientific research that has found this kind of lifestyle dangerous to a woman’s health. But, I would take it that it is better having one than walking around with none.”

    The tricky part of this ngothaless business is during menstruation.

    “There is no debate on that. Panties at menstruation hold tampons and pads. They keep a woman comfortable through meetings and through work. It would be difficult to work in a busy environment with nothing underneath,” she said.

    Ultimately, offers Gwajima, dressing is all about choice.

    And while certain situations may demand for certain ways, at the end, preference and beliefs mater.

    Just be sure that your choice will keep you happy... and you won’t be ashamed of anything in case you trip and your dress is not enough.
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  25. I've never heard of panties (or anything else) ever being needed (or useful) to keep tampons in place ... understood that the tampon/menstrual marketers have done everything possible ... except glue ... to keep their product in place & working properly.

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  26. To commando or not to commando?

    That is the question Shakespeare should have asked, for it would have saved women’s magazines years upon years of anguish and debate over whether or not we should suffocate our lady bits in strangling contraptions better known as “underwear” or if we should just let them be.

    There are common misconceptions about going commando. Some see it as bad for your sexual health.

    Some see it as an indication you’re promiscuous. And others see it as a weird publicity stunt to gasp at (see: Britney Spears, circa 2010).

    But, at the end of the day, going commando is not nearly as big of a deal as we all think it is, mainly because you don’t really have to tell a single person you’re doing it. In fact, more women should embrace it.

    Here’s why.

    1. It’s comfortable.
    The number one reason you should go commando is that it’s, honestly, really comfortable.

    It’s just you, your vagina and your pants getting to know each other better, hanging out like old friends, sipping glasses of wine.


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    2. There are no links between going commando and contracting infections.
    It might feel like your bare vagina rubbing right up against the inside of your pants would create a perfect breeding ground for bacteria, but that idea has long been debunked.

    Dr. Gillian Dean, Planned Parenthood New York City’s associate medical director of clinical research and training, told The Village Voice there’s no scientific research suggesting a direct correlation between going commando and contracting infections like bacterial vaginosis or yeast infections.


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    3. Going commando can actually help prevent infections.
    If you have lots of itching and irritation down there, gynecologists actually recommend you skip wearing underwear.

    On her blog, gynecologist “Dr. Kate” has found doing so really will decrease those feelings of discomfort. If you can’t find it in you to ditch underwear during the day, try doing it at night.

    Vaginas are already moist and hairy, so adding a layer of suffocation (in the form of underwear) can actually make things worse.

    Dr. Alyssa Dweck, M.D., told Shape magazine if your vagina is constantly covered, more moisture collects down there, which cultivates an ideal environment for yeast growth.

    And since the risk of yeast infections among humans has actually been increasing, it might be a good idea to start going commando ASAP.


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    4. No VPL
    We’ve all seen the phenomenon: A woman in tight, light-colored pants who forgets her purple granny panties are visible through her ass — in color, shape and outline — to the whole world.

    Could someone really be that unaware? There’s nothing more embarrassing than that dreaded VPL (Visible Panty Line), but when you go commando, you’ll never, ever have to worry about it.

    Exercise caution, though: You aren’t safe from camel toes.


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    5. No wedgies
    Ever find yourself digging out a wedgie deeper than you’d dig for gold? Going commando means never again having to sneak away from a social situation to claw around inside your butt.

    If that right there isn’t enough of a reason, I don’t know what is.

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    6. When you actually need to go commando, you’ll already be used to it.
    In your life, you might wear something to require you to go commando, and there’s no better way to prepare for that moment than going commando all the time.

    Take a look at some of these celebrities whose dresses with impractical cut-outs forced them to forgo underwear for a fancy event.

    For those women who’d previously been uninitiated into the commando lifestyle, I’m sure having to do so was intimidating. But for those who were used to it, it was probably just another day.

    Back in high school, I wore a clingy, white, floor-length dress for senior prom that, if I wasn’t 17 at the time, I probably would have gone commando in.

    If you asked me to wear that same dress now, you can bet your ass I would not wear any underwear. I’d just get a really good bikini wax instead.


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    7. You’ll feel sexier.
    Sure, some girls feel sexy in a matching lace lingerie set, but what’s sexier and more risqué than being fully naked under those jeans?

    And that little secret you have with yourself will totally up your confidence when you talk to coworkers, professors, friends and the guy you have a crush on.


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    8. Your man will definitely find it sexy.
    Maybe your relationship needs a little excitement in the sexual department, or, hey, maybe you and your boyfriend already f*ck like wild animals and you just want to make things even more interesting.

    Let your boyfriend know you’re not wearing any underwear and watch his lust for you skyrocket.

    You can up the ante by whispering it in his ear in a public place where he can’t do anything about it just yet, like at a party.

    You will officially become the only thing on his mind all night.


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    9. Your pants will fit better
    Are there certain pairs of underwear you can’t wear with certain pairs of pants because they make your pants fit differently?

    I can’t wear full-coverage underwear with so many of my jeans; the underwear adds just enough extra thickness, making my jeans too tight.

    I feel much better in my jeans when I wear a thong or, better yet, when I go commando.

    If you went commando more often, you’d never have to worry about what kind of underwear you have to wear for specific pants.

    And you probably could afford to buy jeans in smaller sizes, which obviously would feel awesome.


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    10. You’ll feel random bursts of pleasure throughout the day.
    Having the seam of your pants run right along your vagina can create some interesting sensations throughout the day.

    This will especially happen if you’re wearing jeans, where the stitching is so thick, fidgeting around in a chair can rub you the wrong — or, ahem, right — way to make you feel a little unexpected warmth down there.

    When this happens, smile subtly to yourself and embrace it. It’s a day-maker for sure.


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    11. Sometimes, it’s just necessary
    If you’ve run out of clean underwear and you’re too lazy to do a wash, do not even think about going back in your dirty hamper and fetching a used pair. Instead, just go commando.

    There’s no better time to start than right now.

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    1. THANK YOU for your insightful analysis.

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    2. i was a pantyless and braless bride, and i recommend it! my two favorite all-time pantyless times are when i married my husband and when i met him.emily
      Tell us more.
      How did you meet your husband and what were you wearing?

      Tina V
      the people in our earlier message boards have heard this story. i was finishing lunch in an outdoor cafe and i saw a really cute guy up at the register picking up a take out order. really cute and nice guy. the kind you see and wonder, hmm, is he good with kids? he likes women? lol! i'd seen him before a couple times.

      he glanced around as he waited. i was wearing a mid thigh black rayon skirt, so i thought maybe he'll look at my legs. he did, so without thinking i turned in my chair to grab my purse and did a slow sharon stone move. yes, i flashed him and made it look accidental. lol, it caught his attention. i glanced up and made eye contact as i closed my legs. i smiled the way you smile at a cute guy. he smiled, looking a little nervous. he took his order and left. i got up and paid my bill, and walked out trying to see where he went. there he was, at the bus stop. i thought, i don't really have to get back to my office right away, i could go on a bus ride. so i waited at the bus stop too, we made eye contact, and i said, they make great sandwiches there, to break the ice. yes, he's a regular, too. we chatted, got on the bus and sat next to each other and chatted some more. i introduced myself, he introduced himself, and i never let on that i knew i flashed him. finally i got him to ask me out so i gave him my phone number. and by then i had to get back to the office.
      emily

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    3. It is probably a very good idea to start out by not wearing anything binding from the waist down ... eliminating panties or whatever constricts (& often infects) between your legs. Doing it "now & then" or on Friday informal dressing day or some other REGULAR schedule.

      Then if (& more likely when) you wind up without clean underwear or whatever like perhaps having onlu a wet swim suit to wear or a "mess" to address, you will feel not only at ease but also quite comfortable & normal if the need should arise. Also you might decide never to go back to "panty" prison again & live a free life ... with more advantages & comfort than you ever dreamed!

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    4. Besides, panties, knickers, thongs or whatever are ridiculously expensive (not the mention unhealthy)! Better off & off permanently except for the coldest weather!

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    5. THANK YOU!!! Sounds like really simple instructions for any woman who has been considering taking the plunge, to make a seamless transition into a PANTY-FREE Lifestyle.

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    6. Regarding cold weather, panties aren't going to help much (and they won't do much under long underwear except get in the way or tangled) the best idea seems 2B ski pants and long underwear ... chucking your knickers/panties/thong or G-string cheese-wire on 2 the top of the panty-burning party fire freedom celebration! Hooray for au naturel!

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    7. YAAAAAAAAAYYY!!! CELEBRATE!!!

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  28. It seams that elastic (invented/discovered in the 20th Century along with/supporting modern-day "panties") mainly tends 2 choke, restrict & cut off the circulation to your legs and lower body extremities ... not much 2 improve your health & comfort! GOOGLE on "Ditch Your Panties" and "Why I Don't Wear Underwear" for starters 4 super health & comfort. Apparently, once u get used 2 pantiless, u never want 2 go back (2 panti-prison & infections).

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  29. It is ALWAYS GREAT to hear of actual HEALTH/MEDICAL BENEFITS!!!

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  30. Indeed, elastic might "hold up" your panties but it cuts off your circulation...both to your legs and anything below your waist...including bowels and reproductive organs!

    Solution: eliminate the panties COMPLETELY (also eliminating the yeast infections and other ways that keep out fresh air and sunshine and grow bacteria, yeast and goodness knows what in a warm, wet dare we say gooey environment). On the other hand, what will the gynecologists do...maybe treat the patients who really do need treatment!!! !

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  31. Pantiless also $ave$ money in your budget to u$e for OUTERWEAR (or other thing$ you genuinely will enjoy having) which you will enjoy others seeing!
    Travel light, travel right!!!

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  32. FROM THE INTERNET:
    zeuren
    Re: Commando at work. post July 25 2004, 5:19 PM

    My wife has just started work in a shop on a lingerie department. She dare'nt tell them that she hates panties and goes without a bra very often too. All the other ladies are very pro underwear.

    In the whole shop she knows of about 3 ladies who dont wear them, as she has discussed it with them.

    Anonymous(Login emilysans)Re:Commando at work.July 26 2004, 3:53 AM

    i work part time as a freelance commercial photographer's assistant. i freebuff all the time, and my boss knows it. emily

    zeuren Re: Commando at work.July 25 2004, 5:19 PM



    My wife has just started work in a shop on a lingerie department. She dare'nt tell them that she hates panties and goes without a bra very often too. All the other ladies are very pro underwear.

    In the whole shop she knows of about 3 ladies who dont wear them, as she has discussed it with them.

    Anonymous(Login emilysans)Re:Commando at work.July 26 2004, 3:53 AM

    i work part time as a freelance commercial photographer's assistant. i freebuff all the time, and my boss knows it.

    emily



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    1. Sounds like they both have very nice jobs where they are able to dress for their own PERSONAL comfort!!!

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  33. from the internet:

    "I've been underwear for 4 years and bra-free for 2 years. It's been so liberating for me. Plus, I save TONS of money on panties and bras.

    "The thing about jeans is that I don't wear them often because they're not really my style, but I'm wearing some today and I definitely don't have a crotch wedgie or anything. I don't tend to have problems with heavy discharge or wedgies (especially since I cut the underwear loose) so it's never really been an issue for me.

    "Just keep washing your skirts and jeans and trousers and you should be fine.

    "Read more at VaginaPagina: http://vaginapagina.livejournal.com/5138747.html#ixzz4RXrAlGZL"

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    1. SAFETY, SECURITY, and SAVINGS!!!

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  34. from the Internet:Reason for going without post
    August24 2011,3:13AM

    ""There is one simple reason why I do not wear knickers. I HATE THEM! Even as a young schoolgirl I found wearing them uncomfortable, always bunching up. Quite often I would take them off. I immediately felt so much better. As I got a little older I would slip them off when I left for school and not put them back until going home time. By the age of fifteen I didn't even bother to do that until one morning my mother said that the knickers I left in the dirty laundry basket didn't even look as though they had been worn. Taking my courage in both hands I told her that I had stopped wearing them. I expected her to make a big fuss, but instead she told me that sometimes on hot days she left hers off. She said, "just be careful, boys think that girls with no knickers are an easy lay".

    ""From that time I haven't ever worn knickers, even during my periods (just tampons).

    ""Upon leaving school and starting work my skirts have steadily got shorter. I now wear really short miniskirts all the time. I suppose that because I've become a bit of an exhibitionist I really don't care who knows I'm knickerless. Quite a few people have got a flash of my shaven pussy, sometimes intentionally.

    ""Sally""

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  35. from the Internet:

    ""I've been underwear for 4 years and bra-free for 2 years. It's been so liberating for me. Plus, I save TONS of money on panties and bras.

    ""The thing about jeans is that I don't wear them often because they're not really my style, but I'm wearing some today and I definitely don't have a crotch wedgie or anything. I don't tend to have problems with heavy discharge or wedgies (especially since I cut the underwear loose) so it's never really been an issue for me.

    ""Just keep washing your skirts and jeans and trousers and you should be fine.

    ""Read more at VaginaPagina: http://vaginapagina.livejournal.com/5138747.html#ixzz4RcXFThrZ""

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  36. I love "going commando" and do it all the time! I never sleep with underwear on, and very rarely wear panties with skirts. Sometimes I even go pantiless when I wear pants, but only with loose fitting pants, and never really with jeans, that's a little uncomfy. But otherwise, it's great! Woo hoo, Let the world be pantiless!

    Read more at VaginaPagina: http://vaginapagina.livejournal.com/5138747.html#ixzz4RchasHTH

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