Terminology[ edit ] In countries such as the United Kingdom UK , Ireland , South Africa , Malaysia , Singapore and occasionally in other Commonwealth countries such as Australia   and New Zealand , panties are often referred to as "knickers" or "undies", although "knickers" can also refer to male underwear, while "panties" generally refers only to female underwear. In Australia, men's underpants are often referred to as "undies". The term is little used in the United States US and Canada , where the term "panties" is usually favoured. In the UK, the term " pants " is also used for both men and women's underwear not to be confused with the North American usage of pants, which refer to what both Americans and the British call "trousers", although this term is also used in some parts of Northern England. Both men's and women's underwear are also sometimes referred to as "drawers". In any context, "drawers" suggests underwear that is dowdy, not fashionable or attractive.
This only lasted for a moment though because there was a buzz in the room. Shirts and shoes flew as the women changed for class. What should be noted is that it happened in an unsuspecting way. Sheena LaShay Transforming in the Locker Room I noticed the women taking off their suits, uniforms and sensible pearl studs.
So now you are accusing me of race baiting? so ANYONE who post a personal illustration of what they believe is a racist behavior and you disagree with their assessment is out to make fuss at folks ? be careful here, you are starting to make this personal and about me, not about what this OP is really about. I did not write the story above to feel superior, so drop the assumptions.