HERS’N HIS: gender-neutral underwear shows bias
DESCRIBED as Lesbian-inspired and featuring the wider waist-band with logo, which is typical of men’s underwear, the underpants produced and marketed by US concern Play Out offer a single range of print options to male and female consumers. For that reason, a US blog described the collection as gender-neutral. But, to account for different body shape requirements, boxer styles come with a pouch front while brief and boyshort styles are cut like traditional panties.
Heterosexual couples who adopt the brand still need to keep their underwear in separate drawers because a mistake made in the morning can lead to day-long identity