China eyes stockings that shoo away perverts
These hirsute leggings are designed to make a woman's legs as unattractive as possible. And for some women, that's apparently a good thing.
Consider these new stockings that make your legs look like those of a very hairy man. A photo of the stockings was uploaded to Sina Weibo, which is the Chinese version of Twitter, and has gone viral, according to Mashable.
The caption accompanying the photo refers to "super sexy, summertime anti-pervert full-leg-of-hair stockings, essential for all young girls going out."
No word on where to buy these stockings, or how much they will cost.
The post has become one of the most popular on Sina Weibo, according to the chinaSmack site. But judging from the comments, you won't see these stockings on anyone anytime soon.
"So disgusting!" one user wrote. "Tell me this isn't a female's legs," another added. And someone weighed in with a reasonable question: "If it has come to this, why not just wear pants? So unnecessary."
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I don't believe this is real. Looks like the legs of a real man were photoshopped with a woman's feet.
why are women/girls so stupid? Dress as sexy as you can and then complain about the attention.
So vain, so goofy. Men has admired women since the begining. It will never end. Get over it and get over yourselves little women. All ads, all fashions, all t.v., is all about how sexy can you look, you do it all yourselves. Then you whine and sneer about the attention. Grow up ladies, men like women.
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