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Motorcycle Jacket

Timothy Kincaid

September 5th, 2012

You may recall the report from a couple of years ago when Ted Cox went undercover to ex-gay group Journey Into Manhood’s weekend in the woods:

I sat on the floor between the outstretched legs of a camp guide, my head leaning back against his shoulder. The guide sat behind me, his arms wrapped around my chest. This hold was called “The Motorcycle.” Five men surrounded the two of us, their hands resting gently on my arms, legs and chest.

But what do you do if it isn’t a JIM weekend? What if you need some Motorcycle touch-therapy right now?

Well, fortunately London design student Si Chan has a solution:

From the 2012 London College of Design press show

See. He looks more manly already.



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Where and how you guys find this stuff truly amazes me. That one’s great!

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Give it to the Japanese. They can put some robot hands in there.

Priya Lynn
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I had to scroll down several blank pages to see the picture. But pretty sexy anyway.

Jim Burroway
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I fixed the display problem.

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There are other versions of the jacket if you click on the link. I like the green, multi-hugger!

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This looks like a great way to hide/hold in belly fat! So much more butch than a girdle.

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You don’t understand what the design is about? You just gonna sneer?

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There appears to be a hand going through his legs and grabbing his crotch as well. What is that hold called?

September 6th, 2012 | LINK

So when do you think it will show up at JCPenney? Now that we like shopping there.

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