Sunday, February 04, 2007
Vulnerablity and Innocence
Hola panty fans! The panty of the day is a Victoria's Secret Garter belt thong with little lace aprons in baby blue. I don't actually own a pair of these, but I do find them to be extremely sexy. I just love garter belts! I don't know what it is about them that makes them so hot for me. Maybe I saw a lot of porn with women wearing them and it left an impression, I don't really know. I knew this girl back in college who got a job in the lingerie department of a popular clothing store. She told me she bought a ton of lingerie including garter belts. She was the ex girlfriend of my old room mate, a really nice girl, fun and very pretty with a nice figure. When she told me about the garter belts, it was like something snapped in my brain. I started asking her all about it, like are you supposed to wear your panties under it or over? She said you could do either, although over makes it easy to go to the bathroom. I told her that made sense. I lost contact with her over the years, I wonder what became of her.
I was watching "Cape Fear", the remake version with Nolte and DeNiro, an excellent film. Scorsese uses some interesting camera angles and tricks during the course of the tale. You know someone like him doesn't put a single frame of film into a movie unless it has some sort of meaning. In one scene we are treated to Juliette Lewis laying on her bed in her white cotton panties. I took that scene to represent that she was innocent and vulnerable. It made me think of other instances where panties were used to the same effect, such as "Face Off", the John Woo film where Travolta's daughter is shown in her white panties as well. As often happens, this made me wonder about my own motivations for enjoying panties so much. Is it the vulnerability that I like? I actually think that it's an aesthetic that I enjoy. The way panties accentuate a womans curves and body, like a high lighter for the erogenous zones. Food for thought anyway.