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Purity Panties Keep Teens Sex-Free? They've Got to Be Kidding.

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Wed, May 25, 2011 at 12:39 PM

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A new brand of lingerie cotton underpants and tank tops asks us "What Would Your Mother Do?" and quite frankly they're some of the most unattractive underthings we've ever seen.

And, well...that might be the point. A collection of moms with no fashion sense and extra time on their hands have developed a line of undergarments with "empowering" messages that remind onlookers that the wearer is off limits.

(Not to mention that any chick in her right mind wearing these things has got to be at least 14 years old. So steer clear regardless.)

From the site:

With teenagers of our own, it is important to us that they make good, informed decisions - but, more importantly, that those decisions are theirs. With an empowering message and a little bit of humor, WWYMD's conversation underwear aims to give girls another fun avenue to express themselves.

These cheeky avenues of expression include:

Zip It.

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Not Tonight.

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Dream On.

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SIDENOTE: Is anyone else skeeved out that though these abstinence panties say "Stay out!" we must look at presumably underage camel toes while we shop?

It's certainly a decent alternative to the sheer thongs, lace-up G-strings and ruched booty shorts prevalent in little-kid clothing stores like Forever 21 and abercrombie. (The lower-case "a" means it's the kids' version of Abercrombie & Fitch, though by the look of the mannequins and the sales clerks ignoring you in the store, you'd never know the difference.)

But what horny teenager is going to freeze in his tracks after seeing "Dream On!" screen-printed to the waistband of his new girlfriend's underpants? He might hesitate, but then his raging boner will, well, rage on.

Because regardless of what teens tells their parents, guidance counselors and pediatricians, they're very likely experimenting and possibly even engaging in intercourse.

Don't believe us? Maybe you'll believe the youth of America on YouTube. Watch it.

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