Re: Profile in pants - for example From pant top downwards - males have bulges at different levels between their waists and the lowest hanging parts in the front and back. The rear bulge extends from a little below the waistline down to the lowest part of their trunk (I don't know the name of this point). The front bulge starts a little above this lowest point and continues downwards into an area reserved - clothing wise - for the legs. Some pants are tight in the hip area AND the legs. Your fanny is flattened out and molded into whatever profile the material's "contour" allows. The front bulge has no leg room, and no proper place to fit if not dropped down a leg; a bother when sitting. Most pants provide for the rear bulge (more or less) properly and use a "flare" in one or both of the upper legs to accommodate the legs and front bulge, selling "baggy" shorts or pants. Undergarments are used to control the external organs. I'm not sure exactly how to phrase what disappoints, but I feel there should be a better way. Anyone understand and have a suggestion ?