Hi! I'm Eugene Wong, also known as Hosiery Advocate.
I am a guy wear shorts and hosiery every day in public and at home. I love the way that they feel, and I love the way that they look. I think I am very privileged to wear it in the city of Surrey, BC, where people do not seem to mind guys wearing hosiery.
I use this blog to share anything hosiery related that is interesting to me, but currently, it is especially used for sharing updates regarding my e-commerce store, which is Hosiery Advocate's Boutique. I also enjoy writing positive product reviews of my competitors's products.
The blog was originally for writing about my own experiences, and was a continuation of my blog on MySpace. Unfortunately, I did not have a consistent source of income, and I had personal problems, so I decided to not go out as often. It is very hard to blog about that.
I then went on to use my writing skills and curiosity to try to make hosiery more popular. I want to advocate for everybody: men and women, consumers and businesses, employees and employers, etc. My main focus will always be on men, but there is so much room for advocating for women, too.
A while ago, I had focused on bringing my readers the following type of hosiery related content on a consistent basis, and I would like to try to get back into that in the near future.
Is She Wearing Pantyhose?;
Hosiery In Wikimedia
|Mondays||recommended entertainment showing hosiery|
|Wednesdays||interviews; fashion trends; fashion recommendations|
|Thursdays||things to do with used hosiery|
The main reason that I wear them is because I like the feel of the fabric. Another important reason that I wear them is because I want to try to start a fashion trend. I want to see if I can get more people wearing them. I enjoy learning about new subjects, and a while ago, I spent some time reading about trends. I wanted to put the knowledge into practise. If I could start a trend, then I would be able to change the world, without the use of debates, demonstrations, arguments, and laws. Trends are a gentler way of changing people, and it tends to make people want to do that particular thing.
Just so that you know, I will filter comments. I intend to keep us focused on fashion, and not let our fashion be associated with homosexuality, cross dressing, or tranny stuff.