Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Entertainer of the Decade and Panty Fashion Icon Extraordinaire

As a new year approaches and the decade draws to a conclusion, there will be much talk about who the top (fill in the blank with any subject) is. After viewing some snarky articles about Lady Gaga and some not so much, I felt I just had to get my two cents in. There is no question in my mind that Lady Gaga is the entertainer of the decade. That she is MTV News' Woman of the Year is great, but it doesn't go far enough. Her voice, her music, her outspoken advocacy for minority rights, her lyrics, her messages, her wild fashions, and yes, her panties, have all captivated me. In her latest music video alone, Bad RomanceLady Gaga appears in more lingerie fashions and different styles of panties than almost all other stars combined. She has helped bring wearing underwear as outerwear into vogue, which, combined with her talent, in my opinion, has helped make her the entertainer of the decade. Who else could have brought discussions of various panty styles so much to the fore? Who else was ready to step forward with such bold and provocative displays of wild fashion in their panties (and make them all look so good) and at the same time floor us with her music, lyrics and voice? Who else rises to the level of a being a phenomenon in entertainment? My blog was originally intended to review the styles, fabrics, fit, comfort, and feel of various styles of ladies full brief panties and help with photographs to illustrate how they look modeled, and I will hopefully continue to add more full brief panty reviews in the coming New Year, but for the moment have to continue to digress slightly. After reading some of the disparaging remarks about Lady Gaga in a major publication by a person whom I won't go so far as to dignify by mentioning their name, it seems more important to me to recognize Lady Gaga here and now before the decade ends. I feel grateful for her stands against gender bias and bigotry, for her having brought public panty wearing to the fore, and for her wonderful music and captivating music videos. Thank you Lady Gaga! Regardless of who does or doesn't disagree and who else does or doesn't say so, I declare that from my point of view LADY GAGA IS THE ENTERTAINER OF THE DECADE! 
     Here's wishing you and yours a very Happy 2010!

Thursday, December 17, 2009

Lady Gaga, Pink, and Madonna - Full Brief Pantied Music Legends

Not long after Lady Gaga first came to my attention I was very much taken aback by the extent to which she was initially savaged and ruthlessly criticized in the press and on the internet. The Hollywood Gossip ran a story criticizing her for her supposedly shocking performance at the MTV Video Music Awards. They ran a piece claiming that Lady Gaga's VMA performance offended pretty much everybody . The first thing that caught my attention when I looked to see what all the fuss was about, was that Lady Gaga's voice and singing are phenomenal. She has the voice of an operatic angel. I quickly learned that Lady Gaga had won big at the MTV Video Music awards, winning Best New Artist, Best Art Direction (Paparrazzi) and Best Special Effects (paparazzi). I saw the performance it on her official site at . Most of the criticism of the official music video "Paparazzi" seemed to miss the main themes of the video, which centered on the love/hate relationship between stars seeking fame and the danger of the way stars are treated by the paparazzi. It is a valid point which has not been adequately dealt with to this day. How soon the tragic death of Lady Diana seems to be brushed aside by these money hungry photographers. They stalk, invade privacy, and even break the arms of stars with their bulky cameras trying to get in too close.
      Another ridiculous rumor that was circulating for a while (maybe it still is) is that Lady Gaga was actually not a woman. If one checks out the multitude of photos of Lady Gaga in her knickers it becomes obvious that she is all woman. One can easily see how different a male looks like in panties even from the rear by looking at the photos I posted of myself (for adult women only) in my ladies_full_briefs-male_modeled-back_view . I am so thankful that Lady Gaga made public panty wearing fashionable. Her entire cast was wearing panties in an absolutely fantastic MVA performance. I am so glad she posted it on line. It is about time a mature women with that kind of talent get the amount of recognition and respect commensurate with their talent from both the public and the paparazzi.  That Music Video Award performance was incredibly artful and entertaining. Not only was I definitely not offended, I feel I have become a fan, and checked out Lady_Gaga_on_MySpace as well.
Right at the beginning of the song entitled: 'Don't Dream It', Be it' in the Rocky Horror Picture Show, Dr. Frankenfurter (played by Tim Curry) sings: 'Whatever happened to Fay Wray? That beautiful satin draped frame. As it clung to her thigh, How I started to cry, 'Cause I wanted to be dressed just the same.'  That's a sentiment that struck me and some time ago I used to go out in drag on Halloween.

I bought the soundtrack album to the movie Rocky Horror and saw it in person 11 times. On the subject of possibly dressing as Lady Gaga some Halloween (or any other time), I do like the idea of an excuse to have my panties show as they do in photos on my  site. I have become an (unofficial?) Lady Gaga fan. On the subject of Lady Gaga's messages, I loved the one she sent_loud_and_clear at the Gay Rights Rally at the National Equity March. (I saw it posted over at Grace The Spot where I was first introduced to the YouTube video of Pink - Sober where pink also appears in full brief panties and also has an unbelievable singing voice. Another favorite of mine). I noted in the video clip of Lady Gaga at the rally in Washington D.C. she was wearing pants. Sex may not equal power, but it can be be used in a powerful way by the ones being watched. I wonder how much more media attention and air time lady Gaga's short speech would have gotten had she been standing there in her panties instead of wearing pants? Not long ago there was a post on the Bitch magazine blogs entitled "Sapphic Salon: Why Lady Gaga is important for gay women ". The post included an imbedded YouTube video of Lady Gaga being interviewed by Barbara Walters Irrespective of the non-issue whether or not being bi would sell more records and whether Lady Gaga uses her sexuality to her advantage, the facts are these: Lady Gaga HAS IT ALL AND THEN SOME! She has a fantastic voice, is an excellent musician, writes interesting lyrics, is a fabulous entertainer, is incredibly sexy, brave and forthright. If her sexuality and her panties showing help, then good for her! HAVING IT ALL is what makes her more than just another star. It's made her a phenomenon. In My opinion, the panty wearing stars Pink, Madonna and Lady Gaga all really rock and will forever be music and entertainment legends.

Maidenform Nylon Briefs and Flexees Camisole

This pair of  Style 98PB Sea Foam Green Maidenform Wise Buys Full Brief panties is shown male-modeled back view with a Style 3366_KMR  Kimono Red Flexees Shapewear Everyday Control Microfiber and Lace Camisole . The Flexees Camisole is 82% Tactel Nylon and 18% Lycra Elastane advertised for either inner or outer wear. It is currently offered on line in black or body beige. The Maidenform Wise Buys full cut nylon full briefs are 100% nylon with lace waist and generous cotton lined gusset.  Maidenform Style 40614 Wise Buys full cut nylon full briefs with generous cotton lined gusset and lace waist are currently available online in body beige, ivory and white.                            

WinterSilks Pink Tulip Full Brief Panties

This pair of Pink Tulip WinterSilks Style 014FB ladies full brief silk panties is shown in a size small, male-modeled, back view, with a pastel pink nylon cap sleeve ruffled baby-doll. Note the generous cotton gusset which allows for a good comfortable fit even even in a size 5 (small). Wintersilks also now makes a similar high waist silk panty with lace insets , Style number 4943              


Monday, November 30, 2009

Lady Gaga Falls, Later Trips During Montreal Performance (VIDEO)

Jennifer Lopez took a pratfall as well recently at a recent Awards performance. When will they learn not to allow such a glossy slippery finish on floors where they know people will be dancing? Lady Gaga looked incredibly HOT as always. I will be forever grateful she brought exposed panties into style. Lady Gaga in not only a treat to listen to and pretty, but she always manages a superbly entertaining performance. It is a shame the slippery floor caused her to have to restrict her moves somewhat. I'd be curious as to what Paula Abdul would say about the floor conditions. Then again, Paula Abdul is such a well studied dancer, she would no doubt have dealt with it well. It is hard to think of Lady Gaga, panties and dance without thinking of Madonna too. Madonna can dance! Love them both.
Read the Article at HuffingtonPost

Saturday, November 28, 2009


Sexting is one fad that has really caught on. So many trends start with younger people before the old fogies get with it. Sexting is something that older people should learn to participate in. It should common practice for adults. If all the old prudes that are making a mess of the world started providing entertainment instead of padding the law books with societal restrictions maybe the lawmakers could spend less time being pompous and spend more time with things that really matter. How about putting an end to all the wars and conflicts of interest? How about putting an end to legalized usury by the credit card companies? How about working on feeding the hungry instead of making bombs to destroy instead of build? Maybe if all the politicians were involved in sexting they wouldn't act so righteous while the people are unemployed. Put them all on YouTube in panties. At least we'll get entertainment and maybe some good laughs.

Response to recent criticism of Mackenzie Phillips

There have been a lot of publications that have engaged in spreading untruths, baseless speculation, gossip and published mean-spirited spirited comments about MacKenzie Phillips lately. I feel this is not right. MacKenzie Phillips is sincere and trying her best to become a better person, to confront her own past and psychological traumas and move on one day at a time. Sobriety is not always an easy route. I am very sure that by MacKensie sharing and being honest she has helped inspire many others to work towards sobriety. She is setting a good example. Kudos to her for her bravery. Many newly sober people avoid the immediate family members until they are a little stronger. It's hard to understand unless you have been through something similar. I think she has been judged too harshly and too quickly. We can not expect that those who have become famous somehow manage to miraculously undo their traumatic childhood experiences and heal themselves instantly into our fantasies of what perfect people should be like. My best wishes go to MacKensie for a continued brave recovery.

When Celebrities Go Pantsless (PHOTOS)

Ever since the phenomenon known as Lady Gaga hit the scene, it has been fashionable to be out in public in panties. Certainly there have been many other celebrities who have done it with Madonna not being the least among them. Now even I feel good about being seen in my ladies full brief panties. Rihanna looks great without pants. In fact if it were up to me, everyone in the world would have panties showing (the men too). I love it.
Read the Article at HuffingtonPost

Saturday, November 14, 2009

Full Brief Panties

The Dixie Belle brand feminine lace trim ladies full brief panties have a generous cotton gusset with a curved back seam. The full cut of this particular brand and style of ladies panties makes for a very comfortable fit and allows for full coverage. Shown male-modeled below, back view, this soft nylon panty feels good both under any kind of clothing. The feminine look of these lace trimmed ladies full briefs make this panty too pretty not to be seen.