“I had long been curious to wear women’s underwear… The advantage of wearing the opposite gender’s undergarments within a partnership is that you don’t have to buy them. But with no one to borrow them from I trekked to the mall and paid a visit to Victoria’s Secret. Public speaking does not intimidate me nearly as much as shopping for myself in a Victoria’s Secret… I wanted a thong and I wanted it skimpy.
Wearing the thing itself was not quite what I expected. I became aware that any sort of erection would give myself a wedgie.”
~ Episode 93
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