We bring you guys back to our regularly scheduled posts. I”m feeling better, but I was down for the count two days there. But today, we bring you the fetishwear and real guy results.
The fetishwear slide always amazes me that almost half of you guys don’t like something considered “Fetish.” I pretty much like everything on this list. But most of you are just into underwear and swimwear. The largest group is Spandex Gear, followed by lace. Lace has taken off increasingly in the men’s underwear world, as has men’s lingerie. And tied for third are harnesses and singlets. I am curious if the 42 percent haven’t tried or had the opportunity to try. They could be just not interested.
For those of you who buy fetish gear, you buy from an online specialty store or a regular underwear store. Fetish gear stores are rarer than underwear stores. I know we have one in Atlanta, SF, and, I think, Chicago.
This slide is always the same. You guys want to see a variety of guys. I agree, but for us to show guys, we need to know about brands sharing non-traditional models and for guys to send in pics. I want to bring back Fan Friday on the blog, where we show one or possibly a few guys who love undies. Please share a little about him and links to his social media.
This slide backs up my idea for Fan Friday. We can profile them, but the most important thing is we need you guys to participate in the program. We have a result coming that I think will shed light on this, but in the meantime, one of the upsides, you can meet new guys and make new friends.
We used this slide when we did our shots. We tried to use mainly up-and-coming models and real guys. We had a variety of guys over the years. I hope to finally get back to doing more shoots featuring a diverse group of guys.
Here is the result I mentioned earlier. Almost 60% of you guys wouldn’t participate in a real guy segment. We need guys to participate and send in pics. I hope once the program is up and running, many of you will change your mind. The more guys we have, the better.
Up next is our social media segment of the survey. We extended this with all the craziness going on with Twitter.