Are thongs comfortable? How can thongs be comfortable?
Women hear the are thongs comfortable and how can thongs be comfortable question often from guys. The best response they could give is you should give one a try and see. Most guys of course wouldn’t have the balls to take them up on it. Though I never asked a women the questions, I became interested in trying out a thong after I discovered they were available for guys. I’ve always admired a woman in a thong and at that time I was already into bikini underwear, so made sense to test out the thong water. I’ll give some insight on my experience with thongs, but trying a thong is the best way to get the answers.
The simple answer to the are thongs comfortable question is yes. But all thongs aren’t created equal. Some thongs are more comfortable than others. I suggest not giving up with one try and one type of thong. Fabric, cut, tail width, and size can all have factors on the fit of the thong, which all leads to comfort. I actually started off trying a g-string from Undergear (no longer in business), which I think was a polyester spandex blend. Now let me tell you that it wasn’t instant comfort, but it wasn’t instant discomfort when I first slipped them on. I did like how I looked for the most part in them, so that motivated me to see how things transpired with them. As you can see from my blog I grew to love thongs. I do prefer the look of a traditional thong, so that is the style I wear most nowadays..
Let’s go back to the factors of thong comfort now that I gave you a short background of my experience. Of course you want to pick the right size for the thong, so pay attention to the sizing chart and any reviews to help you with that. If you think the one you got is too small or large then get a different size and see if that improves the comfort. One thing I’d recommend, which is hard when you have to order online is find a soft fabric to start with. Then pay attention to the tail width. The wider it is the more fabric between the cheeks, which can affect comfort especially when first starting out. You can also try different cuts like the g-string or v-string and see if those are more comfortable for you over a traditional thong. Thongs also aren’t all cut the same for example the width of the sides or the rise can affect how the tail enters the cheeks. So if you are really interested in finding out the comfort of a thong then you should give them a try and that means a real try not just one time. They deserve more than one chance and with other chances there should be consideration of other brands, cuts, and fabrics to give them a fair try. So go out and get a thong to answer the are thongs comfortable question for yourself.