German Women Live in Fear: New ‘Anti-Rape’ Pants Sell Out
In the wake of the hijrah, the rape jihad has reached epidemic levels. Instead of pivoting and revising their open border policies, Chancellor Merkel, the autocratic EU and the elite press have dug in their heels. Anyone who speaks against this civilizational suicide is accused of “racism” (Islam is not a race), islamophobia and xenophobia. Women and Jews have had to bear the brunt of the invasion, with no end in sight. Jews have been forced to flee the continent. Women live in fear — daily terrors abound.
One device gaining popularity is the modern day chastity belt — 21st century liberalism has hurled a continent back to the bloody Middle Ages.
Pockets of resistance are popping up all over Europe. 120 decibels (#120db) is a new woman’s movement — named after the sound intensity of rape alarms now carried by large numbers of European women.
German women in fear: New anti-rape pants sell out very quickly
Oberhausen – A bitter experience got entrepreneur Sandra Seilz (42) the idea of a device that might protect women from sexual assault in the future.
Whilst out jogging, Sandra was attacked by three drunk men, who tried to tear her pants off. The brave intervention of a pedestrian prevented worse from happening. “After that I had the wish of developing a pair of pants with which women all over the world can feel safer”, says Seilz.
The high-tech pants, called “safe shorts”, are supposed to give three times protection. She developed the high-tech pants with three built-in mechanisms:
-The pants consist of a tear- and cut resistant material. They also feature a protector in the groin to protect from any grabbing
-Strings along the waist cross at the groin. They are being lashed down to prevent the pants from being pulled down/ripped down. A combination lock is supposed to provide additional safety.
-The pants have an alarm (130dB) that is being triggered by someone pulling/tugging/tearing on them. It can also be activated manually if needed.
The safe shorts are available as running pants or hotpants. “Starting off, we only produced a small series, but it was sold out really quickly”, tells us the entrepreneur from Oberhausen. The demand – 80% of it in Germany/from Germany (the article says, mostly German women buy it) – is high.
Now the production will be shifted to India, to make more affordable prices possible. The concept could in the future also be translated into jeans or other pants.