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Re: Is selling items / clothing with USSR emblems offensive ?....
« Reply #1 on: November 18, 2018, 05:24:36 AM »


What do you think?

When will it ever end in this crazy world!! Next they will be demanding women's underwear be designed the same as the mens with

Gusset: A gusset is a piece of fabric, generally in a diamond, rectangle or triangle shape, inserted in a garment to allow for more space and greater ease of movement. In men’s underwear, the gusset appears along and around the inseams. They not only provide an improved fit but allow the garment to have fewer seams. The underwear is thus formed – fitting and comfortable.Inseams are also becoming shorter. Boxer briefs have been all the rage. However, when their inseams are too long, the leg tends to creep up and needs frequent adjusting throughout the day. This symptom is particularly apparent in men with muscular thighs. Men who enjoy the support of the boxer brief, but not the creeping are turning to the new underwear style known as trunks. It’s really a boxer brief with a 1″ – 2″ inseam and looks like the swimming trunks worn in the 50’s. They are very flattering, don’t creep, and their lines do not show through pants.


The Fly: Here’s an interesting fact. Fewer than 20% of men actually use their fly. That’s right; the majority of men simply go up and over. A few even go down and out. Thus the fly is more of a decoration than a functional feature. Regardless of whether it’s used or not, a fly will always be a stock feature on men’s boxers. Some have a center button or snap on the fly. This helps to keep the fly closed.Lately, the traditional brief has made quite a few changes to its flight. More and more, the traditional double – layered cross – overfly is disappearing. Initially invented by Jockey, this traditional brief fly tends to flatten out natural contours and gives a man no definition. A “contour pouch” is quickly replacing the old design. This pouch actually provides more room, gives the man a more normal silhouette, and provides comfortable support.

Problem is what about the men who enjoy wearing women's underwear?

Soon your going to have to wear dark sunglasses when you go out for fear of looking at someone the wrong way and lending them.. :laugh:
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