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“Anti-rape” underwear designed to help protect women against sex assault, report says

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Posted at 10:31 AM, Nov 19, 2013
and last updated 2013-11-19 10:31:10-05

A New York company is targeting women with their line of “AR Wear” – designed to help protect women against a sexual assault. That’s according to a recent report from Fox4KC.com.

The clothing is difficult to forcibly remove, cut or rip and they resemble a pair of athletic running shorts, the report says. A statement from the company reads:

“We developed this product so that women and girls could have more power to control the outcome of a sexual assault. We wanted to offer some peace of mind in situations that cause feelings of apprehension, such as going out on a blind date, taking an evening run, “clubbing”, traveling in unfamiliar countries, and any other activity that might make one anxious about the possibility of an assault.”

Click here to read the entire report from Fox4KC.com.