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Disclosure: These underwear were purchased by The Lingerie Addict for the purpose of review. All opinions are my own. Navy & Blue Low Rise Boxer Briefs from Play Out, $24 I know I’m not alone in my search to find the perfect boxer brief to fit both my androgynous style and my full hips and thighs. I look for soft, stretchy elastic and hems that don’t bind or ride up. I also […]

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I’ve talked comfy panties on TLA a couple of times before, but now that it’s been a little over two years since the last article, I believe it’s time for a revisit. The topic of comfortable underwear is one I feel very passionate about. Especially when we’re talking everyday/go to work/run errand knickers, if it’s not, at bare minimum, so comfortable you forget you’re wearing it, what’s the point? There’s […]

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Disclosure: this post contains affiliate links. I’ll be honest: I’m fascinated by the idea of androgyny in lingerie. Androgyny (when we’re talking about aesthetics) is defined as a blending of masculine and feminine traits, or alternately, as a point between masculine and feminine. But when looking at lingerie, how do you decide whether a look is androgynous or not? As a Supreme Court justice once said about something completely different: […]

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Queer visibility is a strange thing when discussing women’s lingerie. A lot of indie men’s underwear designers are open about being gay and specifically market toward gay men (Andrew Christian comes to mind). Indie lingerie for women, on the other hand, seems to not get marketed as “by queer/for queer.” I wonder why? Is gay male underwear seen as more distinct from straight male underwear, putting pressure on designers to […]

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Lingerie Fashion Week (or LingerieFW) kicked off on October 24th with a bang and a bunch of exciting new talent on display. Since its launch in February 2013, the lingerie event has been growing and attracting a wide range of visitors and exhibitors. This season continued the trend, with a variety of old and new designers showcasing their brands and making us eager to see what the Spring/Summer 2015 season […]

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