When it comes to clothing and appearances, women talk. We exchange ideas and there are advertisements and help videos everywhere that tell us how to wear things. How to hide panty lines, how to hide bra straps, prevent unsightly bulges, etc. Almost every where we look, someone or something is giving us advice, whether we want it or not.
Men, on the other hand, just don’t talk as much about these things. The odds of men having a conversation about wearing spandex and makeup is slim (unless they are cosplayers). Which is why this is a series of articles geared towards men and cosplay.
Hopefully we can expand this series further as we move on.
Spandex is a wonderful material, but it is also an unforgiving material that does not hide anything. Spandex will make anything stand out, which is great for your musculature, but not so great for anything else. It will show the world every bulge and love handle you have. If you don’t do things right, then Spandex will show the world exactly what you are (or are not) wearing underneath it.
Underwear is what you typically (not everyone) wear under your clothes. Whether you are into briefs, boxers, bikinis or lacy panties, it’s not something anyone knows or cares about. Until we can (or can’t) see them.
When Spandex and your underwear collide, there is a problem.
From this point on this article is NSFW.