"They call them "chastity underwear" at Blue Q, but we question whether these hot little low-rise hipster briefs would do much good in terms of
guarding. In fact, we might go so far as to recommend NOT wearing them if you're expecting to ward off any impure thoughts. They're gilded panties,
for the love of Saint Agnes. Elaborately ornamented, with a golden lock at the front and center, they are designed to "keep the royal treasures under
lock and key" and even have the words "safe & secure" . . ."
OK, is this for real? Unfortunately it is. Some moronic parent is gonna buy these for his little "princess" and end up with a "Maddonna" on his
Think about it your a teenager your about to loose your V plates (get to forth base for our american cousins) You drop your trousers (pants) and your
partner get's to see those undies the mood will be killed instantly.
Like Seapeople, I'm not quite seeing how this is "Right Wing" Insanity.
If anything, its a company playing on the 'ideal' of chastity and nothing more.
If anyone takes these panties seriously, well, that's another story.
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