I have recently taken the bold and daring step of changing over to the sub-purse lifestyle. It was the right choice for me. Because I change purses so often, moving all the various items from one to another, then another, etc. had become not only tiresome, but risky. Sometimes purse-changes occur rapidly, for instance, if there is a sudden change in wardrobe elements that requires a different purse from that originally planned. When you're in a hurry, it's just too easy to leave an item in the purse that will be sitting this one out, and be dismayed to discover, on arriving at your destination, that you don't have your cell phone. Or your card holder, and therefore, whichever card will be needed, and it is the rare outing that will not require the presentation of at least one card to someone, for something. You could even forget your lip gloss! So all my erstwhile purse contents now have a permanent home in the form of a red satin clutch, gold scroll embroidery. Hardly the thing one would normally take to the supermarket, but hey, it's a sub-purse. Purse lingerie. Its own little under-secret. And now changing purses is a no-hassle, no risk operation. Just pop the sub-purse out of purse A, pop it in to purse B. Where do you stand on this controversial question?