New Mobile Changing Room, The Undress, Highlights Female Modesty Problems
A new product funded on Kickstarter aims to help women avoid being naked in public. It’s called “The Undress” and it’s an actual dress that functions as a “mobile changing room.”
It’s primarily advertised as a great solution for active women looking to change out of their sweaty gym clothes into clean clothes after an outdoor workout, when there’s no suitable changing room nearby, or when you do have a locker room… you could use The Undress to “stay discreet” as the creators suggest.
This is how you can avoid the “dreaded public no-no’s,” which is apparently when you try to publicly change clothes under your towel or in your car.
Aside from using it post-workout, it’s also suggested for models, performers and actors: “You are sometimes forced to change clothes without adequate facilities. So take matters into your own hands and protect your assets by bringing The Undress to every gig around town and around the country.” Protect their assets? From what, thieves?
I’m not kidding when I call it a “contraption.” It’s got loops, a hook, secret flaps, cords and everything you need to keep your side boob hidden from view at all times. It reminds me of the crap on TV infomercials, where they try to convince you they’ve just invented something new and convenient, when all they’ve really done is unnecessarily complicate a mundane task.
Like using a banana slicer to chop bananas:
It just looks awkward to use in public (The Undress, I mean, but the banana slicer probably would be, too), and I’d rather use my towel or take my chances with the public “no-no’s.”
Now, sorry to tell you this, guys, but there’s no version made for men. Do they not need to worry about protecting their “ass-ets”? At least when it comes to nipples, they don’t. Men can run and exercise without a shirt. And okay, yeah, a lot of women wear sports bras to work out, but most can’t legally take their top off in public afterward, or wouldn’t feel comfortable going topfree. Modesty has always been a serious issue for women.
In an ideal world, women could just take off their sweaty sports bras after a run in the park and there wouldn’t be any negative repercussions. And all sexes would be able to change clothes in public without the threat of being charged with indecent exposure or some other crime.
Surprisingly (or unsurprisingly?), there is a demand for it because the Kickstarter did very well. They surpassed their goal of $22,000 and raked in over $600,000!
I look forward to the day when we no longer need a clothes changing system just to change clothes in public.
See more info at The Undress Kickstarter page.
This article about the Undress was published by – Young Naturists and Nudists America YNA