karenandklaudia · 14/11/2019 20:40
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YourOpinionIsNoted · 14/11/2019 20:41
This is the third random pro-M&S product thread to pop up on Mumsnet in the last few days.
The cynic in me would wonder if they've got their PR bods starting threads in an attempt to distract everyone from the fact that THEY LET MEN IN THE WOMENS CHANGING ROOMS FOR FUNSIES
AND THEIR WEBSITE IS FULL OF PERVY MEN WRITING ABOUT HOW SEXY THEY FEEL IN M&S FEMALE UNDERWEAR, WHERE THEY TUCK IN THEIR PENIS (UNSEWN GUSSET ALERT!) WITH ACCOMPANYING PHOTOS.
But that's the cynic in me. I'm sure it's just a random coincidence.
YourOpinionIsNoted · 14/11/2019 21:00
Just remember, when you buy your Percy Pigs that the guys who left these reviews can now be found in the female changing rooms, seeing if they can tuck their penis into the gusset of their m&s knickers, right next to the 12 year old having her first bra fitting.
YourOpinionIsNoted · 14/11/2019 21:39
Is is not a perversion for a man to wear female underwear for a "naughty touch" (his words, read the screenshot) or for a man to buy, wear and review a bra designed for teens / preteens?
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distortion or corruption of the original course, meaning, or state of something.
"the thing which most disturbed him was the perversion of language and truth"
sexual behaviour that is considered abnormal and unacceptable.
"his book revolutionized ideas about sexual perversion"
theflushedzebra · 14/11/2019 21:40
How did this post go from being about sweets to being a borderline public display of hatred and slander to men who choose to dress in women's clothes??
It's not hatred, and it's not slander because it's true. Men leave reviews of women's knickers online - and on other forums boast about trying them on, leaving er, stains on them, and then putting back on the rack.
These are men - identifying as male online - not transwomen.
M&S have decided to let all men change in women's changing rooms if they'd like to.
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