4th Amendment Wear – Because everyone loves passive – aggressive protests


If you’ve gone anywhere by plane recently you will no doubt have passed by the dreaded TSA body scanners. If you haven’t been anywhere lately, I’m sure you are still very aware of all the controversy being caused by this invasion of privacy, designed to um, *cough* keep us all safe.

Well, you don’t have to just stand there and take it anymore. A new line of silent protest undergarments are headed your way, allowing you to get your point across, without ever saying a word.

4th Amendment Wear, white undergarments printed with metallic type that shows up on TSA scanners quietly evokes the 4th Amendment. Surely you remember the 4th Amendment, don’t you? It guards against unreasonable search and seizure. The amendment also requires that search warrants be supported by probable cause. Huh. Sounds like a great idea.

Anyway, the underwear, boxers, bras, panties, socks and t-shirts are either printed with the 4th Amendment or alternatively, gently suggest that the perverts scanning you should get themselves familiar with it. Available in small, medium, large and x-large, all starting at around $24.00 from  www.etsy.com

Hey, I’m willing to get naked to go to Hawaii, but I don’t have to like it.

Source: www.cargocollective.com

6 reviews or comments

Another David Says: November 30, 2010 at 1:32 pm

while in theory this is neat, the fact is that most people don’t even go through the scanners and go through regular metal detectors instead. i’m guessing that the metallic type would set them off, prompting them to search for and remove from you whatever it is that’s setting off the alarm. and if it just so happens to be your underwear, then i gotta say, you had it coming.

Julie Says: November 30, 2010 at 2:01 pm

From the frying pan into the fire so to speak…. I believe the metallic type is not enough to set off the detectors… but let’s let somebody else go first… okay?

Another David Says: November 30, 2010 at 2:02 pm

lol, agreed.

Mike Williams Says: December 15, 2010 at 1:30 am

LOL. I’m not brave enough to try it first. Agreed to let someone do it ahead and we’ll see next.

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