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Where can I unnoticed try on high heels as a boy?

Question by Guest | 19/01/2018 at 22:54

I am male and I am for a long time fascinated by higher shoes, boots and high heels worn by women. I really would like to try out for myself how the feeling is to walk on such shoes.

Unfortunately, I am a man and therefore, of course, I miss the possibilities. I do not have a sister where I could try on her shoes secretly and my mother does not wear such shoes. It's clear that I do not dare to go to a shoe store or the like to do it there.

Does anyone have an idea of what I can do? I would so much like to know how it is wearing high heels.

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Ive

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You could just order some shoes on the internet and perhaps send them back afterwards.

If you have a public package station address, your parents will not notice it.
20/01/2018 at 11:50

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You could also make a "fun" of it.

For example, you could dress up for carnival as a woman - and then it's suddenly inevitable that you also put on some high heels.

Or you go shopping with some girls and talk about high heels, then it often does not take long for the girls to want you to put some on.

In this context, it is suddenly completely normal and no one will look strange.
20/01/2018 at 15:48

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Are you visiting relatives or girlfriends someday? Maybe you could slip secretly in their shoes there... For example, in the toilet or something.

If you do not dare to try on the shoes in the public of a shop, you might as well go to the locker room for your tests.
20/01/2018 at 20:56

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