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Play Out Apparel has taken a huge step in making the underwear market more inclusive of transgender and gender non-conforming individuals. The company produces gender-less underwear in bold, comfortable, and sexy designs. These styles are made for people of all genders.

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You can choose between boxer briefs and trunks, and all graphics and colors are available in both styles. Although the trunks offer a fabric pocket in the front to accommodate anatomy, anyone can wear any pair of Play Out underwear. The company also engages with gender in photos by working with androgynous and transgender models.




Creators Sylvie Lardeux and Abby Sugar thought up the concept in response to their frustrations with the colors, designs, and styles available in the women’s underwear market. The result is a line of underwear that's an awesome option for people of all genders and sexual orientations. Play Out underwear is made in the U.S. Check out their video below:

Itching to snag a pair? You can buy them at the BUST Holiday Craftacular on Saturday and Sunday 12/19 and 12/20 in New York City. The Craftacular runs from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. both days at Brooklyn Expo Center in Greenpoint. Get the full details here. Get your tickets now!

Images Via Play Out Apparel

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