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December 11, 2006

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Back before online shopping was such a craze, many of us, especially in rural areas remember the glory days of catalogue shopping. When I was young, I would spend time looking not at toys but the eye candy in the bra section. Granted most of the panties and baby dolls, I witnessed back then were considerably less racy than what you'd see on a site such as Dessous Gallery.

Dessous (That's French for underwear, fancy, eh?) has stuff slightly classier albeit trashier too than those granny panty-wearing models in the pages of the mail-order favorite of my youth. It was a family tradition though, part of coming of age for generation after generation. My father when he was a boy actually thought that you could order the girls not just the lingerie.

Sure, a boy (or girl for that matter) might catch a glimpse of nipple or even a camel toe or two but even in my strict upbringing, it was taken in stride and it was seen as relatively harmless. It was met with a chuckle or two maybe an occasional frown if someone else needed the bathroom and I was in there too long. However, no one seriously tried to discourage what comes naturally at that magical age when you decide girls aren't so icky after all.

That was then, this is now and times have changed. Those broads in brassieres and satin briefs were fairly well covered, which is hardly the case these days. Even mainstream retailers have to carry thongs and pushup bras. Underwear is sexy and suggestive rather than practical and discreet. I'm sure although my mother turned a blind eye to the catalogue, she might be less easygoing about seeing the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show on TV.

That's how the American Decency Association feels and they've posted a list of all the companies that sponsored its airing on CBS. They're up in arms over such corporate bigwigs as McDonald's supporting the naughty "fashion" (their site sarcastically puts quotations marks around the word fashion every time it's used) extravaganza.

I think they should see the funny side to skinny lingerie-clad supermodels getting sponsorship from a fast food giant. Meanwhile, other companies ran ads for things such as Vaseline, which is already suggestive even without seeing chicks in skivvies. However, my favorite listed is a drug company that makes cough medicine. Boycott that one and your son will learn seeking half-naked women leads to a buildup of a sticky substance that's hard to swallow and tastes nasty.

Posted by Will Peters at December 11, 2006 1:01 AM

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