posted on Apr, 20 2011 @ 03:49 PM
Ok, so I thought this way quite fascinating, and was wondering if this is how we are currently deciding to make teens second think having premarital
sex. The website is WWYMD, which stands for "What Would Your Mother Do". There is underwear that is sold that have slogans on them like;
"Zip It", "Dream On", "Not Tonight", "Make Wise Choices" etc,.
The catalog alone has young women dressed in these underwear, that may I say, is quite revealing. Now how in the heck is this supposed to get teens
not to have sex? In order for a guy to see it, she has to be in her underwear anyway. What would stop a guy from saying, "I dont believe you let me
see that it says that"?
Personally I think this has as much of a chance for it to actually prevent teens from having sex, as having underway that has the days of the week on
them, are we actually going to feel better about what choices are kids are making based on their underwear slogans.
Have parents decided that in order for them to "sleep on the job", as long as they buy the underwear they can rest easy? IMHO, this is just another
way out, and a fancy way for companies to target parents that have a real fear that their kids will actually live by the code of the underwear
I would like others opinions on this.
Here are some of the testimonials from the site.
"What a great idea, I want my girls to keep me in mind, when they go off to college"
I have my WWYMD panties on and I drink from my waterbottle from the line as well. The shape of the water bottle is elegant, curvy, and sexy. Well, as
elegant, curvy, and sexy as a water bottle can be. I love the undies the best though! They hug the curves in all the right spots. "
Now the first one was from a parent, and the second from a teen. Im not sure but this is confusing to say the least.