For the Junk Heap: Special Underwear to Protect Against TSA’s Prying Eyes

Post to Twitter

I really do appreciate the New York Daily News for stories like this one about an invention that might be in high demand this week:

Jeff Buske has created a special kind of underwear with strategically placed fig-leaf designs he says will shield TSA scanners from viewing fliers’ private parts and keep travelers safe from radiation emitted from the notorious “backscatter” x-ray machines

The full article is here.  The figleaf motif is just too funny.  If only the women’s version had apples.

-Bridget Crawford

Image source: Rocky Flats Gear (here).
Share
This entry was posted in The Overrepresentation of Men, Travels. Bookmark the permalink.

One Response to For the Junk Heap: Special Underwear to Protect Against TSA’s Prying Eyes

  1. Pingback: Tweets that mention For the Junk Heap: Special Underwear to Protect Against TSA’s Prying Eyes | Feminist Law Professors -- Topsy.com

Comments are closed.