Category: underwear

These Couture Knickers Will Take Your Breath Away: A Look Back…

Lingerie of the Week: Menagerié Men’s Lace Boxer Brief

Lingerie of the Week: Menagerié Men’s Lace Boxer Brief

karenhurley: Thinx is a brand of underwear for humans that…

karenhurley:

Thinx is a brand of underwear for humans that menstruate. Those humans are not necessarily always going to be cisgendered women, as transgender men can, and do, menstruate. With its latest subway campaign, which took over New York’s Union Square station today, the brand has represented exactly that.

“Trans inclusion is something that has been on our radar since the iteration of our Boyshort, which was specifically designed with the trans male menstruating community in mind” Miki Agrawal

Review: Sock It To Meby @rosewednesday

Review: Sock It To Me

by @rosewednesday

Review: Sock It To Meby @rosewednesday

Review: Sock It To Me

by @rosewednesday

Trans Lingerie in Kansas City: The Launch of All is FairPhoto:…

Trans Lingerie in Kansas City: The Launch of All is Fair

Photo: All is Fair’s new binder design

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10 Cute and Comfortable Pairs of Plus Size Panties | The Lingerie Addict: Lingerie Fashion Blog

10 Cute and Comfortable Pairs of Plus Size Panties | The Lingerie Addict: Lingerie Fashion Blog

My 5 Favorite Pairs of Comfortable UnderwearCredits:Egretta…

My 5 Favorite Pairs of Comfortable Underwear

Credits:

  • Egretta Garzetta
  • Marianna Giordana
  • PACT
  • Play Out
  • Cheek Frills

Believe the Hype: A Review of Play Out Underwear@rosewednesday

Believe the Hype: A Review of Play Out Underwear

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Believe the Hype: A Review of Play Out Underwear

Believe the Hype: A Review of Play Out Underwear:

I’ve talked before about my love of Play Out Underwear’s marketing strategies and company ethos. As a brand, Play Out has decided to cater to the queer community
and they never looked back.

They hire queer models and models of color
for their runway shows. They design products meant to be gender-neutral
and make queer music videos. They did an amazing photoshoot with queer breast cancer survivors.

So after nearly a year of getting stoked about their business
practices, I was a little anxious to be reviewing Play Out’s underwear.
What if it turned out that after I’d experienced all this hype, I didn’t
like the product?

Luckily, the folks at Play Out are making a product that lives up to the brand image. In other words: I shouldn’t have worried.

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