When it comes to style, metro sexual guys are already having way too much fun: donning skirts, braiding their hair and even applying lipstick and highlighter to their faces. Now there is a new trend that hipsters, preppies and other brainwashed adventurous liberal dudes are starting to embrace in their way to total pussyfication: lingerie. To accommodate that new market there is a new line of lingerie for men that is currently helping feminists to emasculate men worldwide: Menagerié — offers silky boxers, lace pajamas and other fancy unmentionables just for guys.  After searching for something silky to wear and coming up short, Roman Sipe, the designer behind the line, brought Menagerié to the scene about two years ago.  The Menagerie is described as an “Intimate apparel brand that provides an atmosphere of sensual pleasure” and claims it is “Embracing masculinity from the boardroom to the bedroom.”  The goal: bring elegance without losing any of the masculinity.  And incredibly, the two-year-old concept seems to be catching on: Menagerié’s Chantilly lace-accented low-rise brief, which retails from $59 to $69, is currently sold out, while its black-lace elastic “biker short” ($89) is nearly so. Even a torturous-looking waist trainer ($89 to $99) is sold out in some sizes, meaning that at least a few guys have bought these fancy Spanx-for-men.
But while the response has been positive, Sipe realizes the idea of manly lingerie is a tough sell. “Most [straight guys] don’t think they need it, or couldn’t see themselves actually buying a pair of lace underwear,” he tells Refinery29.  “However, there are a few who find it intriguing and simply ask things like, ‘Well, are they comfortable?’ ”  So far, people are either in love with it or hate it. Some people don’t see the need for it. Maybe, we’ll get a better idea how this plays out next Valentine’s Day!