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Faux-Vagina Undies: Yep, They've Arrived (And They're Definitely NSFW)

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Fans of junderwear, the kissenger, and the ever-popular brain-controlled cat ears can once again thank Japanese designers for another haunting, wearable invention.

Brace yourselves for Vagina Panties.

Described by Japan-based Kanjo Toys as a "simple and easy-to-wear belt in a skin tone color" that is also "paipan (hairless) for that extra sexy dimension."

Because it's made from rubber, the $128 pair of stretchy underwear will "likely fit all" and is also recommended for use on dolls and toys.

"Plus it works both ways," write the designers. "Sure, feel free to insert "things" into it but the wearer can also let their own, ahem, toy dangle out for that truly Japanese mixed gender androgynous experience."

Lucky you, indeed.

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