Achtung: Outfits that will whip you into shape! Vive La Guerre! Not your father's military surplus uniform By Julie Ann Ross It's spring, and that of course means the arrival of new designs from the makers of premier fetish wear.
It was my birthday. We were getting ready to go to the gym. But first, he said, I should open my presents.
Uniform fetishism is a particular type of clothing fetishism in which an individual is sexually aroused by uniforms. It is a form of sexual fetishism. Uniform fetishism has been associated with a variety of different uniforms, including schoolgirl and cheerleader uniforms, French maid uniforms, and uniforms associated with police or military organisations.
Daily Mail Sep 15, Clad in thigh-high boots, zip-up pants, braces and bra, topped off with aviator sunglasses and caps, the army of lingerie models marched on Selfridges department store, stopping the traffic along the way. Full Story. Nazi chic in fetish clothing.
Color Me Kinky refers to the "hanky code," a system in which certain colors connote one's sexual interests and proclivities in public spaces. Stay tuned for more science-smut next week, but right now? Revel in Uniform Worship.
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The upcoming Commanders Conference October in New Delhi is tipped to take up a soft issue which has nothing to do with military strategies or strategic matters. But the very fact that the issue is set to be broached at such an elite and formal gathering of military commanders is an indication of its importance. The issue is to do with the flaunting of ranks by the rank-conscious senior military officers who take the fetish of displaying stars and flags -- two symbols of ranks--to ridiculous limits, rather than displaying them just on their vehicles. In this context, it would be useful to read this interesting news story carried on Sunday by Times of India here and an insightful opinion piece published by a two-star general in April last year here.