Underthings Go Green! Save That Sexy PlanetOctober 24, 2011 No Comments
You may be green, but what about your bra?
Triumph International is making women’s sexuality even more appreciated, turning donated lace and underwire into Refuse Paper and Plastic Fuel (RPF).
RPF is a cool form of energy that costs a lot less than Joe-average-coal and produces a hell of a lot less carbon dioxide. Sounds good.
A side benefit is that more modest Japanese women are able to use this technology to shield their undergarments from perverts. A poll found that 61 percent of Japanese women feel uncomfortable throwing their bras away because they are required to place them in a clear plastic bag. So, with this new option, women can recycle them instead, producing RPF instead of a wet dream.
Obviously, any efforts to help the world more and make women more comfortable is a great idea, but I can’t help feeling like charity or “going green” efforts always find a way to target female sexuality. Why does it have to be bras? And why can’t a charity be surrounding women without it involving the female for more than sex in some way? Is that our only uniting trait?
I love the idea of clothes going to a good cause, but the sexy woman in a bra thing to capture attention for the campaign is getting old. Women for a cause because we care, not because we’re sexy.
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