In the classic department of the MensUnderwear,it is the prime base line from where we find ourselves to be or not to be sexy. It is a huge business feeding on the bonfires of the vanities big time ,to where boutiques charge moucho for underwear.
Just as for the male swimsuit department, where ones personal view of what make us sexy is the rule to follow, just by pass media.
For example;I could not help but notice the fashion crimes. On a recent rest and replenish trip to Los Cabos ,it was wall to wall formless generic "sac-a- potatoes" trunks cut down to the knee with God Awful shower curtain print patterns from one end of the beach to the other. Seems the male form has been banished from the showcase arena,on a universal phenomenon level. Male Beauty Forum asks, why not a return to a more form fitted trunk like Vintage 60's tastefully showcase male buttock musculature as well as "Yes" the Male Bulge in a none tight but loose cut and fit with even some thighs showing as well; and yet not be afraid of being labeled "Gaymale" by jealous fans.
Just showing the tastefully attired male form for the prime piece of real estate it is ,something that is not discussed anywhere at all in the Men's Health Fitness magazines; in these days of all;oh so bland.
In say an upper thigh cut ,jet black Armani Artistic Beauty like Trunk one can blend right in but yet stand right out of the bland cattle drive crowd and into the Male Celebrity Look.It is simply a question of going beyond MensUnderwear,beyond the exotic play suits of silly gone bad in terms of taste.
And going to state of the art male under garment couture like 2(X)IST.
Look at ads putting the Male Modeling momentum forward, like what Michael Phelps in a TYR Sport/Speedo fastskin LZR Beijing Olympics Racer Suit has done in the ergonomics department. Then watch the balance shift to that great trunk look with style as opposed to what mainstream seems to have established as the dull formless norm.All in the name of male styles Leisure clothing. I realize it is a bit of a strong write up on a touchy topic of Prime real estate but plain is what plain does.