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#1 Asa Valen

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Posted 26 October 2010 - 01:50 PM

Most people when they hear the word "Emo" they get all judgmental. The "Emo fashion" I feel Is very attractive i.e. clothes, hair. make up and so forth. The point to this thread is If they add heels to there fashion agenda, it would Be a OMG to 10th power. So how do you feel about adding a little Emo fashion with Heels. Might Have opened a hornets nest here, but oh well let the Buzzing began.


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Posted 26 October 2010 - 02:17 PM

Most people when they hear the word "Emo" they get all judgmental. The "Emo fashion" I feel Is very attractive i.e. clothes, hair. make up and so forth. The point to this thread is If they add heels to there fashion agenda, it would Be a OMG to 10th power. So how do you feel about adding a little Emo fashion with Heels. Might Have opened a hornets nest here, but oh well let the Buzzing began.


What is EMO? I would imagine that if it fetishist, of which high heels are just a small part of, it would probably not be proper for this site since it already frowns upon focusing upon crossdressing rather than shoes. But, that's for the MODSQUAD to decide. :wave:

#3 Asa Valen

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Posted 26 October 2010 - 02:40 PM

Yep! OK, well lets kick the discussion then. Kill it !!!!! I would my self but there is not a retract option. That's It for me. Am done!

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Posted 26 October 2010 - 02:50 PM

I personally dislike emo style, of course i wear high heels and used to have long hair, so i probably soud not critisize the fact that they wear makeup and everything else but i just don't like the fashion, don't think it looks good (one of the signs that i'm getting older). But like the OP said, when people hear emo they get extremely judgmental, they carry a very negative stigma and, quite franlky, if they start wearing heels (and i'm surprised this is not common) i don't think that would be good for the image of men in heels, because in the public eyes they would not be men in heels but rather emos being emos and public perception of heels would be even more tainted than it is now. As i write this i realize that my position does not make a lot of sense, so just to be clear i just don't like emo fashion, i think it looks bad and probably i don't want them wearing heels because i don't want to have that in common with them, but at the same time i admire the courage in the fact that they go out in public wearing these extremely feminine clothing and make up, of course they feel validated by the fact that it is common among the youth now, but they are definately brave in front of an (unfortunately) untolerant society.

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Posted 26 October 2010 - 02:54 PM

Yep! OK, well lets kick the discussion then. Kill it !!!!! I would my self but there is not a retract option. That's It for me. Am done!


Wow, this is quite surprising! What exactly do you mean "Am Done?"

I certainly hope you didn't join hhplace just to participate in your "personal fetish." The purpose of this forum is quite plainly explained at the top of the site. So, if you do have a big interest in high heels this is the right forum for you. However, if high heels are just a minor part of a broader interest, perhaps you might be more comfortable in some other venue. But, we are very much interested in your impressions of high heels, wearing high heels and your experiences in public. That being said, I am just another ordinary member. Just one of the little people that loves to wear my high heels --not a moderator or anyone with any influence what so ever. For my part, I would really like to hear your opinions and of your experiences. I sincerely hope "Am Done" does not mean, "I quit" ...

#6 Asa Valen

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Posted 26 October 2010 - 03:11 PM

I mean I was done with the topic. The more I looked at it and thought about it. I felt you were right. It not the right thing for here. I was not at all upset with anyone, but more dissatisfied with myself for not thinking things through before I posted a thread. You know, ever done something , then looked at it again and thought "What in the World was I thinking and why did I do that" It was one of those moments. So I asked one of the site admins to please kill it. It was one of those things were I was like nha! that's wrong he's exactly right about that. ;o)

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Posted 26 October 2010 - 04:18 PM

Jeez, the over-reations in here are off the wall sometimes... Emo is stuff all to do with Fetish. Its one of the teenage 'things' like being a chav, or a goth etc... Andi

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Posted 26 October 2010 - 04:43 PM

Emo isn't fetish.

Like Jarl Ayari said, it's a sub-culture. Stereotypical Emo guys wear eyeliner, skinny jeans, and have androgynous haircuts.

Emo - Wikipedia

@Asa Valen -- if you personally want to incorporate Emo style with your heels and it works for you, do it. :wave:

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Posted 26 October 2010 - 05:15 PM

As with Goths it's not just about fashion and there's such a huge range of 'looks' within Emo. It's a lifestyle/music choice. In the same way that having a mohican doesn't make you a Punk, wearing eyeliner and stripey socks doesn't make you Emo. I agree with Jarl Ayari that the knee jerk reactions are a little spooky. Asa Valen if you want to discuss Emo fashion then go right ahead. I can't see there being any problem talking about it here.

#10 Asa Valen

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Posted 26 October 2010 - 05:45 PM

I suppose that I made the wrong approach to the subject. I suppose I feel wearing my heels displays my more sensitive and gentle side. I feel like they show although am a guy I do have a softer, gentle, sensitive side am not ashamed of. I did not mean to bring a subject that would inflame anyone and hurt anyone's feelings, as I don't like that done to me either. All I was extrapolating, was what other things would enhance the pleasure of wearing heels. Not at all thinking of CD. I don't know, but it was a innocent Idea, not intending as I stated offend any one or drag the board off topic. Of course the operative Word is "Intending". I may have made a mistake, perhaps but I realized the mistake and apologized and took action to rectify the infraction that I may have caused. So I stand corrected by my silly mistake, funny thing is we all make them I suppose. Anyhow I shall be more thoughtful of what I share in the future. Regards. Asa

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Posted 26 October 2010 - 05:48 PM

Sorry for being a bit thick but what the hell is emo's.?

#12 Asa Valen

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Posted 26 October 2010 - 06:12 PM

kneehighs posted a link in his statement that best describes it

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Posted 26 October 2010 - 06:29 PM

I suppose that I made the wrong approach to the subject. I suppose I feel wearing my heels displays my more sensitive and gentle side. I feel like they show although am a guy I do have a softer, gentle, sensitive side am not ashamed of. I did not mean to bring a subject that would inflame anyone and hurt anyone's feelings, as I don't like that done to me either. All I was extrapolating, was what other things would enhance the pleasure of wearing heels. Not at all thinking of CD. I don't know, but it was a innocent Idea, not intending as I stated offend any one or drag the board off topic. Of course the operative Word is "Intending". I may have made a mistake, perhaps but I realized the mistake and apologized and took action to rectify the infraction that I may have caused. So I stand corrected by my silly mistake, funny thing is we all make them I suppose. Anyhow I shall be more thoughtful of what I share in the future.
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Asa, You didn't do anything wrong, no apology is needed. All that occurred is that someone didn't know what Emo was and rather than asking what it meant they left a slightly confrontational reply.

Cheers,

Ben

#14 Asa Valen

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Posted 26 October 2010 - 06:44 PM

Okie Dokie

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Posted 26 October 2010 - 07:39 PM

I'm a bit old for Emo...

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Posted 26 October 2010 - 07:46 PM

What is EMO? I would imagine that if it fetishist, of which high heels are just a small part of, it would probably not be proper for this site since it already frowns upon focusing upon crossdressing rather than shoes. But, that's for the MODSQUAD to decide. :wave:


Emo is a style like Mods, Rockers, Teddy Boys etc. It isn't a fetish at all. Think "My Chemical Romance" etc.

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Posted 26 October 2010 - 10:05 PM

As in opinions, we all have our own desires. They may or may not follow social labels or fashion trends, but if a person wants to wear certain items of attire, it shouldn't matter what others prefer. In fact, it gives them different perspectives to the traditional norms. Which became the norm because of the social stigma that everyone else has the right to choose your attire according to what pleases them. True justice would be satisfied had each individual been given the power of a "Fairy Godmother" to make others dress in what that individual wants. I know the idea is ridiculously unobtainable, but the real solution is to take matters of your personal choice back and wear what you want. Essentially, isn't this the reason for the different social trends. People are trying to find what they like.

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Posted 27 October 2010 - 12:24 AM

Emo, goth, crossdresser, TV etc... The never-ending quest of society to categorize people, in this case within a clothing-fashion group which would make it easier to point out how F%$#@d up those people belonging to those groups are compared to the "normal" people. It serves 1 main purpose, to make the "normal" people feel better about themselves.

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Posted 27 October 2010 - 02:05 AM

Hey man! There is an old southern saying down here in the SC lowlands that goes: If ya don't know, you just don't know! So, I didn't know. ( what else would you expect from a man that has been married almost all of his adult life, with 6 grandchildren? :wave: And, therefore, I'm sorry if I cause a ruckus, ruffled a few feathers and/or generated some hard feelings. Thanks for the explain and sorry for the misunderstand....(and that's all of that!}

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Posted 27 October 2010 - 02:14 AM

yeah...after a certain point,who needs the labels...mix and match or invent something completely different...do you own thing...not someone elses